Contents 1 History 2 Digital television 2.1 Digital channels 2.2 Analog-to-digital conversion 2.2.1 Channel sharing trial 3 References 4 External links


History[edit] The station first signed on the air on October 1, 1990 as KSTV-TV. It was the second attempt to operate a television station in Ventura; the first, KKOG-TV (channel 16), operated from December 14, 1968 to September 13, 1969, with a schedule of entirely live, local programming. KSTV-TV was originally owned by Costa de Oro Television, Inc., and originally aired Spanish-language programming as an affiliate of Galavisión. The station signed on a low-power translator in Santa Maria in 1992. In 1994, Walter Ulloa purchased Costa de Oro Television and KSTV-TV, intending to increase its transmitting power and extend its signal to better reach to the Los Angeles area. However, although Ventura is considered part of the Los Angeles market, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules at the time placed KSTV-TV within the Santa Barbara–Santa Maria–San Luis Obispo market, similar to the situation of KADY-TV channel 63 (now KBEH-TV) in Oxnard, California which became Santa Barbara's UPN affiliate when the network launched in January 1995. Unable to get cable coverage in the Los Angeles area, on November 1, 1995, KSTV switched to an English-language format and became the WB affiliate for the Santa Barbara market. Logo for "LATV", the bilingual programming block produced by KJLA. However, the station continued in its attempts to enter the Los Angeles market. In July 1997, KSTV increased its effective radiated power to 5,000 kilowatts. The improved signal helped the station to obtain must-carry status on most cable providers in western Los Angeles County in February 1998. However, because Los Angeles already had a WB-affiliated station, KTLA (channel 5), KSTV-TV was forced to disaffiliate from the network. In the spring of 1998, the station relocated its studios and offices from Ventura to West Los Angeles. The station changed its call letters to KJLA on July 20, 1998, to further reflect its intentions to serve the Los Angeles market. On that date, KJLA became an independent station and adopted a split-scheduled format. The station began carrying financial news programming under the brand Business News 22 acquired from KWHY-TV, later BizNews 1 on weekday mornings and afternoons. Business news returned to KWHY-TV, this time only on its digital signal, in 2000, and was later dropped by KJLA. In November 2001, the Simi Valley translator was moved to Mount Wilson and started broadcasting to Los Angeles as KSMV-LP on channel 33. Ironically, the original low power translator in Simi Valley operated on channel 44, which caused interference with full power "cousin" station KRPA (now KXLA) which prompted the change to channel 33. Soon after, Trinity Broadcasting Network sought to move KTBN-TV's digital operation from channel 23 to channel 33, to avoid co-channel interference from the digital signals of KVMD (another "cousin" of KJLA) in the Inland Empire and San Diego CW affiliate XETV, now a repeater of XHGC-TDT. KTBN's move to channel 33 was authorized on February 5, 2009, ultimately displacing KSMV-LP to KTBN's former digital channel, 23. KSMV-LP soon flash-cut to digital and started rebroadcasting KVMD to the Los Angeles area. The following year in 2001, the station began branding its Spanish language programming block under the name LATV. In April 2007, LATV transitioned from a programming block on KJLA into a national network; it became distributed to several television stations (mainly carried on digital subchannels and low-power stations, with the subchannels of four stations owned by Post-Newsweek Stations and those owned by Entravision Communications among the network's charter affiliates).[2][3][4] In December 2017, it was announced that the station will become the Los Angeles market's Azteca América affiliate on January 3, 2018, replacing KAZA-TV, thus KVMD became the new affiliate of LATV in the Los Angeles market on January 1, 2018. Although the official switch to Azteca was not until January 3, the station started airing the majority of the network's programming on January 1 with an exception of shows that aired at the same time as KJLA's religious programming.[5]


Digital television[edit] Digital channels[edit] The station's digital channel is multiplexed: Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming[6] 57.1 720p 16:9 KJLA-DT Azteca América 57.2 480i 4:3 VFACE VietFace TV [www.vietface.net] (Vietnamese) 57.3 VNA TV VNA TV (Vietnamese) 57.4 VSTV VietSky Television (Vietnamese) 57.5 STV Saigon TV (Vietnamese) 57.6 VBS-TV VBS TV [www.vbstelevision.com] (Vietnamese) 57.7 NSONTV Diamond King TV (Vietnamese) 57.8 IBC-TV IBC TV (Vietnamese) 57.9 ZWTV Chung T'ien TV (Mandarin) 57.10 16:9 VietPho VietPhoTV (Vietnamese) 57.11 4:3 VSTAR VStarTV 57.11 (Vietnamese) 57.12 VGMT Viet Global Mall TV (Vietnamese) Analog-to-digital conversion[edit] KJLA had applied to convert to a digital-only signal, citing low over-the-air analog viewership rates and high operating costs to maintain the simulcast; this request was refused by the Federal Communication Commission on February 9, 2005. The higher operating costs were in part due to KJLA having two different transmitter sites. The station's channel 57 analog transmitter was located on South Mountain near Santa Paula in Ventura County; the facilities for its channel 49 digital signal are located on Mount Wilson in Los Angeles County.[7] KJLA shut down its analog signal, over UHF channel 57, on August 27, 2008.[8] The station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 49, using PSIP to display KJLA's virtual channel as 57 on digital television receivers, which was among the high band UHF channels (52-69) that were removed from broadcasting use as a result of the transition. KJLA is the second television station in the Los Angeles market to discontinue its analog signal, after KVMD, which shut down its analog signal in 2003. Channel sharing trial[edit] In February 2014, KJLA and PBS member station KLCS (channel 58) were granted special temporary authority by the FCC to conduct trials in partnership with CTIA and the Association of Public Television Stations, in which the two stations would conduct a test of the H.264 video codec for digital television transmission, and more importantly, the ability and viability of broadcasting two sets of television services within the same 6 MHz channel band. These tests came as the FCC prepared to perform a spectrum auction in 2015 (which was delayed to sometime in 2016 that November), in which television station operators would be able to voluntarily sell their broadcast spectrum to the government, and then receive profits from its sale to wireless providers. An FCC spokesperson stated that channel sharing would allow broadcasters to "[take] advantage of the incentive auction’s once-in-a-lifetime financial opportunity", while still maintaining its ability to run over-the-air television programming.[9][10][11]


References[edit] ^ KJLA Form 2100 - CSA ^ http://www.latv.com/sales/articles/PNewswekkStations.html[dead link] ^ "KSAT 12 owner invests in LATV Networks". San Antonio Business Journal. August 20, 2007. Retrieved January 11, 2015.  ^ "LATV, Bilingual Net, Adds 10 New Markets". MediaPost. May 22, 2007. Retrieved January 11, 2015.  ^ https://www.mediamoves.com/2018/01/azteca-america-latv-switch-channels-la.html ^ RabbitEars TV Query for KJLA ^ "Request to Discontinue Analog Operations of Station KJLA(TV)", Federal Communications Commission, Mar 10, 2005. ^ List of Digital Full-Power Stations ^ "FCC Grants STA for L.A. Spectrum Sharing". TV Technology. Retrieved 17 March 2014.  ^ "TV Stations in Los Angeles to Share a Channel to Free Up Spectrum". The New York Times. Retrieved 17 March 2014.  ^ "Overview of the KLCS/KJLA Channel Sharing Pilot — A Technical Report" (PDF). Alan Popkin, Director of Television Engineering & Technical Operations, KLCS-TV, Los Angeles Roger Knipp, Broadcast Engineer, KLCS-TV, Los Angeles Eddie Hernandez, Director of Operations & Engineering, KJLA-TV. Retrieved 21 May 2014. 


External links[edit] KJLA official website www.latv.com Query the FCC's TV station database for KJLA BIAfn's Media Web Database -- Information on KJLA-TV Santa Barbara TV Guide channel listings showing KSTV affiliations in 1992 and 1997. 1995 FCC petition requesting cable carriage under must-carry rules. 1998 FCC petition requesting modification of market under must-carry rules. 2000 FCC petition requesting cable carriage. USENET posting referring to KSTV-57 and WB affiliation TV57 description on R-VCR.COM Orange Bytes, November 1999 article announcing move of KWHY-TV business news v t e Television in Greater Los Angeles Network O&Os are in bold English-language stations KCBS-TV (2.1 CBS, 2.2 Decades) KNBC (4.1 NBC, 4.2 Cozi TV) KTLA (5.1 CW, 5.2 Antenna TV, 5.3 This TV) KSFV-CD 6.1 (HSN) KABC-TV (7.1 ABC, 7.2 LWN, 7.3 Laff) KFLA-LD (8.1 RTV, 8.2 CSTV, 8.3 Tuff TV, 8.4 Vmas) KCAL-TV (9.1 Ind) KTTV (11.1 Fox, 11.3 Light TV) KTBV-LD (12.1 Cornerstone TV, 12.2 3ABN Dare to Dream, 12.3 GBN, 12.4 3ABN, 12.5 Al Karma TV, 12.6 CNL) KCOP-TV (13.1 MNTV, 13.2 Buzzr, 13.3 Movies!, 13.4 H&I) KVME-TV (20.1 MeTV→ H&I (January 15)) KWHY-TV (22.2 Heartland) KNET-CD 25.1 (HSN) KVHD-LD 26.1 (EVINE Live) KPXN-TV (30.1 Ion, 30.2 Qubo, 30.3 Ion Life, 30.4 Ion Shop, 30.5 QVC Over the Air, 30.6 HSN) KMEX-DT (34.3 Bounce, 34.4 Justice) KTAV-LD (35.2 GuideUS TV, 35.4 SBN, 35.5 CTVN, 35.6 Peace TV) KHIZ-LD (39.1 The Country Network, 39.2 JTV) KTBN-TV (40.1 TBN, 40.2 Church, 40.3 JUCE TV/Smile, 40.5 Salsa) KFTR-DT (46.2 getTV, 46.3 Escape, 46.4 Grit) KAZA-TV (54.1 MeTV) KDOC-TV (56.1 Ind, 56.3 MeTV, 56.4 Comet TV, 56.8 Charge!) KBEH (63.1 Infomercials) KILM (64.1 PTN) Public television KVCR-DT (24.1 PBS, 24.2 FNX, 24.3 KVCR Desert Cities, 24.4 Create) KCET (28.1 Public Ind, 28.2 Link TV, 28.3 KCETLink Plus, 28.4 NHK World) KOCE-TV (50.1 PBS-HD, 50.2 PBS Plus, 50.3 Daystar, 50.4 World, 50.5 Kids) KLCS (58.1 PBS, 58.2 Kids, 58.3 Create, 58.4 FNX) Ethnic stations v t e Foreign-language television stations in the greater Los Angeles area Spanish KVTU-LP 3 / KCIO-LP 33 (Ind) KWHY-TV (22.1 Ind, 22.4 Santidad TV, 22.5 Majestad TV, 22.8 JRES) KNET-CD (25.3 ESNE) KVME-TV (23.3 ESNE) KVHD-LD (26.2 Rel) KVMD (31.1 LATV) KMEX-DT (34.1 Uni) KTAV-LD (35.1 / 35.3 / 35.8 ALMA, 35.7 Rel) K36JH-D (36.0 Vida) KTBN-TV (40.4 Enlace) KFTR-DT (46.1 UniMás) KVEA (52.1 TEL, 52.2 Exitos) KJLA (57.1 AZA) KRCA (62.1 estrellaTV, 62.2 Guadalupe Radio TV, 62.3 Tele Vida Abundante, 62.5 Latin TV) Armenian KIIO-LD (10.1 Ind) KSCI (18.2 amga, 18.5 USArmenia, 18.6 AABC TV, 18.7 Shant TV USA, 18.9 Horizon Armenian TV, 18.10 Best TV) KBEH (63.6 Pan Armenian Music TV, 63.7 Pan Armenian TV, 63.8 Armenia 1) Chinese Cantonese KXLA (44.4 Skylink 2) Mandarin KSCI (18.8 MACTV) KXLA (44.3 SkyLink 3, 44.6 ICN, 44.7 NTDTV, 44.9 G&E) KWHY (22.3 Sino TV, 22.6 HTTV) KJLA (57.9 ZWTV) KILM (64.2 Sino TV, 64.3 CTS, 64.4 TaiShan TV) Farsi KIIO-LD (10.1 Ind) Korean KSCI (18.3 MBC-D, 18.4 CGNTV, 18.11 YTN, 18.12 CHTV) KXLA (44.2 KBS, 44.5 Arirang) KILM (64.2 MDS MBN TV) Vietnamese KVME-TV (23.5 VIETV, 23.6 SCHANNEL, 23.7 VIETSUN) KWHY (22.5 VIETNET) KDOC (56.4 KVLA, 56.5 S-Channel, 56.6 VieTV) KJLA (57.2 VietFace TV, 57.3 VNATV, 57.4 SET, 57.5 SGTV, 57.6 VBS, 57.7 STV, 57.8 IBC, 57.10 ENT, 57.11 VIETSUN) Multilingual KSCI (18.1 Ind) KXLA (44.1 Asian language) Outlying areas KVTU-LP 3 (Ind, Agoura Hills) KUHD-LP 6 (Rel, Ventura) KZNO-LP 6 (Independent/community, Big Bear Lake) K12PO 12 (Ind/KUSI-TV, Temecula) KIMG-LD 19.1 (silent, Ventura) KRVD-LD 23.1 (PBS/KOCE-TV, Banning) KERO-TV (23.1 ABC, 23.2 Azteca, 23.3 MeTV, Bakersfield, available in High Desert region) KBLM-LP 25 (Spanish Ind, Riverside/Perris) K27DS (ABC/KESQ, Yucca Valley) KZSW-LP 27 (3ABN, Riverside) KVKV-LP 29 (Rel, Victorville) KBAK-TV (29.1 CBS, 29.3 Grit, 58.2 Fox, Bakersfield, available in High Desert region) KVMD (31.1 Ind, 31.2 ???, 31.3 FilAm TV (Filipino), 31.4 Guangdong TV, 31.5 Skylink 1, 31.6 Rel, 31.7 TBWTV, 31.8 WCETV, 31.9 CCTV News, Twentynine Palms) KCIO-LD (33.1 Ind, Lancaster) KVVB-LP 33 (Ind, Victorville) K55CW 34 (Ind, Victorville) K36JH-D 36 (Vida, Barstow) K41CB 41 (PBS/KOCE-TV, Lucerne Valley) KIJR-LP 47 (Rel, Lucerne Valley) KUHD-LD (51.1 Ind, Camarillo) Local cable channels Fox Sports West and Prime Ticket LA Cityview 35 Spectrum SportsNet and Spectrum Deportes SportsNet LA Defunct stations KKOG-TV 16 (Ind, Ventura/Oxnard) KPAL-LP 38 (A1, Palmdale) KEEF-TV 68 (Ind) KVST 68 (Ind, public-access) ICTN (Inland Community Television Network) La Cadena Deportiva Orange County Newschannel SportsChannel Los Angeles Adjacent areas Phoenix Las Vegas California television Bakersfield Chico–Redding Eureka Fresno Las Vegas NV Los Angeles Medford OR Monterey Inland Empire (Palm Springs) Reno NV Sacramento San Diego San Francisco Santa Barbara El Centro CA / Yuma AZ v t e Azteca network affiliates in the state of California KMSG-LD 39 / KFAZ 8 / KBID 31 / KMCF 35 (Fresno / Visalia) KAKZ-LD 4/19 (Palm Springs) KVYE 7.2 (El Centro) KSTV-LP 32 (Sacramento) XHAS-TDT 33 (Tijuana-San Diego) KRHT-LD 41 (Redding) KSBO-CD 42 (San Luis Obispo) KZKC-LP 42 (Bakersfield) KMCE-LP 43 (Monterey) KEMO-TV 50 (San Francisco) KJLA 57 (Ventura / Los Angeles) Defunct: KYAV-LD 12 Yucca Valley See also ABC CBS CW Fox Ion MyNetworkTV NBC PBS Other stations in California See also Azteca América Telemundo UniMás Univision Other Spanish network affiliates Religious Home Shopping Independent Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=KJLA&oldid=819416383" Categories: Television stations in Los AngelesTelevision stations in the Coachella ValleyTelevision channels and stations established in 19901990 establishments in CaliforniaHidden categories: All articles with dead external linksArticles with dead external links from December 2016Pages using deprecated image syntaxCoordinates on Wikidata


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