Contents 1 History 1.1 Early years 1.2 Since 1986 1.3 Ownership Change 2 Digital television 2.1 Digital channels 2.2 Analog-to-digital conversion 3 Programming 4 News operation 4.1 Notable current on-air staff 4.2 Notable former on-air staff 5 References 6 External links

History[edit] Early years[edit] The station first signed on the air on October 11, 1971; originally operating as an independent station, it was the first television station founded by the Pappas brothers, Mike, Pete and Harry, and served as the flagship station of their company Pappas Telecasting Companies. The station's original studios were located on Mooney Boulevard in Visalia. The funding for KMPH came from general manager Harry Pappas' plan of having hundreds of investors each investing a small amount of money that was needed to construct the station, rather than having one investor providing all the capital; as a result, the Pappas brothers had a combined ownership stake of only 30.5%, with the other 69.5% controlled by other investors.[1] KMPH carried Operation Prime Time programming at least in 1978.[2] Throughout the early to mid-1980s, KMPH was one of the top independent stations in the country. The station could be received up to 100 miles (160 km) from Visalia. Since 1986[edit] Pappas signed an affiliation deal with Fox for KMPH to become a charter affiliate of the network in 1986 (the other Pappas-owned stations, WHNS in Greenville, South Carolina and KPTM in Omaha, Nebraska; joined Fox two years later). KMPH became a Fox affiliate when the network launched on October 5 of that year. KMPH remains a Fox affiliate to this day; both it and NBC affiliate KSEE (channel 24) were the only two stations in Fresno that were unaffected by the 1985 network swap involving ABC and CBS between KFSN-TV (channel 30) and KJEO (channel 47, now KGPE) and the later launches of The CW and MyNetworkTV in September 2006. The station relocated its operations from its original studio in Visalia to its current facility on McKinley Avenue in Fresno in the early 1990s. Ownership Change[edit] On May 10, 2008, thirteen Pappas stations, including KFRE, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. As a result of the bankruptcy, Pappas Telecasting Companies was given until February 15, 2009 to sell these stations to other owners.[3] On January 16, 2009, Pappas announced that most of the stations, including KFRE, would be purchased by New World TV Group (no relation to the similarly named New World Communications, which switched most of its stations to Fox between September 1994 and July 1995), after the sale received United States bankruptcy court approval.[4] On April 2, 2009, Pappas laid off 22 employees involved with the KMPH/KFRE duopoly. New World TV Group formed a new holding company known as the Titan TV Broadcast Group (unrelated to the similarly named smaller-market radio station owner Titan Broadcasting), which completed its purchase of most of the Pappas stations involved in the bankruptcy on October 15, 2009. Titan announced the sale of KFRE-TV, KMPH-TV and most of the company's other stations to the Sinclair Broadcast Group on June 3, 2013.[5] The FCC approved the sale on September 19,[6] and the sale was officially finalized on October 3, 2013.[7] With the completion of the sale, KMPH was reunited with Bakersfield Fox affiliate, KBFX-CD, which formerly operated as a repeater of KMPH, before it was sold to Fisher Communications in 2005.

Digital television[edit] Digital channels[edit] The station's digital channel is multiplexed: Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming[8] 26.1 720p 16:9 KMPH-TV Main KMPH-TV programming / Fox 26.2 480i 4:3 KMPH-D2 This TV 26.3 Comet 26.4 16.9 Stadium On October 2009, KMPH began carrying the movie-oriented digital multicast network This TV on digital subchannel 26.2. On October 31, 2015, Comet began airing on 26.3. Analog-to-digital conversion[edit] KMPH-TV shut down its analog signal, over UHF channel 26, on June 12, 2009, the official date in which full-power television in the United States transitioned from analog to digital broadcasts under federal mandate. The station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 28.[9] Through the use of PSIP, digital television receivers display the station's virtual channel as its former UHF analog channel 26.

Programming[edit] Syndicated programs broadcast by KMPH-TV include The Wendy Williams Show, The People's Court, Modern Family, The Big Bang Theory, and Family Feud. It is one of the few stations to carry both of Steve Harvey's shows. In 2003, KMPH stopped carrying Fox's children's program block 4Kids TV; the block, which normally aired on Saturdays, was moved to sister station KFRE-TV and aired on that station on a tape delay on Sunday mornings (this resulted in KFRE carrying children's blocks from two major networks, as it already carried The WB's Kids' WB block). KMPH was one of the few Fox charter affiliates to have dropped the network's children's programming; beginning in the mid-1990s, Fox gave its affiliates (after several stations that switched to the network between 1994 and 1995 that were owned by New World Communications opted not to carry the lineup) the option to pre-empt Fox Kids programming and arrange for another local station to carry the block, a practice continued until the end of the 4Kids TV's run. KFRE continued to carry 4Kids TV until the block was discontinued by Fox in December 28, 2008 due to a dispute with the block's lessee 4Kids Entertainment; KMPH has also declined to carry Fox's Saturday morning infomercial block Weekend Marketplace, which instead airs on KFRE in 4Kids TV's former Sunday morning timeslot on the station.

News operation[edit] KMPH-TV presently broadcasts 34½ hours of locally produced newscasts each week (with 6½ hours on weekdays and one hour each on Saturdays and Sundays); in addition, the station produces the lifestyle program Around the Valley, which airs weekdays at 11:00 a.m. prior to its midday newscast. In 1978, KMPH launched its first news department and began producing a nightly primetime newscast; the program was discontinued in 1980. The station would not resume news programming for seven years until 1987, when channel 26 debuted a 10:00 p.m. newscast, which has gone on to become the longest-running primetime newscast in the Fresno market. On October 6, 2003, the station debuted a three-hour weekday morning newscast, titled Great Day; that same date, the station also launched a half-hour midday newscast at 11:30 a.m. In the spring[when?] of 2007, Great Day was expanded to five hours, running from 5-10 a.m. In January 2006, KMPH began to produce a half-hour 11:00 p.m. newscast for sister station KFRE-TV; the newscast was unable to compete against the established late evening newscasts on KFSN-TV, KSEE and KGPE and was canceled the following year in February 2007, due to low ratings. On September 30, 2009, KMPH-TV became the second television station in the Fresno market (after KFSN, which made the upgrade in April 2007) to begin broadcasting its local newscasts in high definition. It was the first television station in the market to provide news video from the field in true high definition, as KMPH upgraded its ENG vehicles, satellite truck, studio and field cameras and other equipment in order to broadcast news footage from the field in high definition, in addition to segments broadcast from the main studio.[10] In July 2014, Politifact reported that KMPH, in a news story, claimed that the implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act had increased the average emergency room wait time in California to five hours. Its reporting was deemed inaccurate, as it was based on statistics released by the California HealthCare Foundation in 2012, and not from after the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.[11] Notable current on-air staff[edit] Kopi Sotiropulos – anchor Notable former on-air staff[edit] Vic "The Brick" Jacobs – sportscaster (now at KLAC radio in Los Angeles) Lloyd Lindsay Young – weathercaster (later at WWOR-TV in Secaucus, New Jersey)

References[edit] ^ (1973 Broadcasting Yearbook: The Facilities of TV) ^ Buck, Jerry (May 20, 1978). "John Jakes' 'The Bastard' is latest effort from Operation Prime Time". Eugene Register-Guard. AP. Retrieved July 4, 2013.  ^ Pappas Saga Turning Into Tragedy, TVNewsCheck, September 24, 2008. ^ "New World Gets Pappas TVs for $260M". TVnewsday. January 16, 2008. Retrieved January 18, 2008.  ^ "Sinclair Buys 6 Titan Television Stations". TVNewsCheck. June 3, 2013. Retrieved June 4, 2013.  ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-09-21. Retrieved 2014-05-12.  ^ SINCLAIR BROADCAST GROUP CLOSES ON ACQUISITION OF THE TITAN STATIONS Archived 2013-10-04 at the Wayback Machine. ^ RabbitEars TV Query for KMPH ^ "DTV Tentative Channel Designations for the First and the Second Rounds" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-08-29. Retrieved 2012-03-24.  ^ KMPH Now Broadcasts News In HD ^ "RNC chair Reince Priebus 'thanks' Barack Obama for five-hour E.R. wait times in California". Politifact. Retrieved 9 July 2014. 

External links[edit] KMPH-TV official website Program Information for KMPH at Query the FCC's TV station database for KMPH-TV Query the FCC's TV station database for KMPH-CD BIAfn's Media Web Database -- Information on KMPH-TV v t e Television stations in Central California, including Fresno and Visalia Network O&Os are in bold English-language stations KAIL (7.1 MNTV, 7.2 Light TV, 7.3 H&I, 7.4 Cozi TV) KMPH-CD (17.1 Fox/KMPH 26.1) KVPT (18.1 PBS, 18.2 PBS Kids, 18.3 Create, 18.4 World) KFTV (21.2 GetTV, 21.3 Escape, 21.4 Grit) KSEE (24.1 NBC, 24.2 Bounce TV, 24.3 Grit) KMPH (26.1 Fox, 26.2 This TV, 26.3 Comet) KFSN (30.1 ABC, 30.2 Live Well, 30.3 Laff) KGMC (43.4 HSN, 43.5 Antenna TV, 43.6 MeTV) KGPE (47.1 CBS HD, 47.2 Escape) KNXT (49.1 Religious Ind) KNSO (51.3 ION) KFRE (59.1 CW, 59.3 TBD) Low-power digital stations KVHF-LD (4.1 TV Scout, 4.2 Tuff TV, 4.3 USTV, 4.4 Rev'n, 4.5 Jewelry Television, 4.6 Biz TV, 4.7 MyLife TV, 4.8 Classic Shows, 32.8 KJEO) K13ZL-D (13.1 Creation TV, 13.2 HSN, 13.10 SAB TV) KVBC-LP (13.1 MeTV/KGMC 43.6, 13.2 Heartland, 13.3 Movies!, 13.4 Retro TV, 13.05 Justice Network, 13.06 Youtoo TV, 13.07 Buzzr, 13.8 IND, 13.9 DrTV, 13.10 Newsmax TV) KSHC-LP (16.1 KJOI-FM, 16.2 Real estate/Barker channel, 16.4 SonLife, 16.5 Infomercials) K17JI-D 17/K03HK 3 (3ABN) KZMM-CD (22.2 Evine Live, 22.3 SonLife) KJKZ-LP (27.1 Charge!, 27.5 Asian Multilingual) KBID-LP (31.1 Euronews, 31.2 Deutsche Welle, 31.3 Al Mayadeen, 31.4 Diya TV, 31.5 AMGA, 31.6 Armenia 1, 31.7 Noor TV (US), 31.8 SAB TV) KJEO-LD (32.1 Bounce TV, 32.2 QVC, 32.4 MANA 3, 32.6 Hmong TV Network) KSDI-LD (33.2 FAM, 33.3 eScapes, 33.4 AMGTV, 33.6 France 24, 33.7 TheCoolTV) KMSG-LD (39.3 TCN, 43.3 Daystar) Spanish-language stations KVHF-LD (4.3 AZA) KSHC-LP (16.3 Infomercials (Spanish), 22.4 3ABN Latino) KZMM-CD (22.1 IND) KMSG-LD 39/KFAZ-CA 8/KVVG-LD (43.2/54.1 AZA, 39.3 Euronews (Spanish)) KFTV-DT (21.1 UNI) KJEO-LD 32 (32.5 Espiritu Santo y Fuego) KSDI-LD 33 (33.1 Mega) KGMC (43.1 Estrella TV) KGPE (47.3 LATV) KNSO (51.1 TMD 51.2 TXO) KVVG-LD (54.1 AZA) KFRE (59.2 Estrella TV) KTFF/KTFF-LD (61.1/41.1 UniMás) Adjacent locals Bakersfield, CA KKEY-LP (13.1 TMD) KGET-TV (17.1 NBC, 17.2 CW, 17.3 TMD, 17.4 Laff) KERO-TV (23.1 ABC, 23.2 AZA, 23.3 MeTV) KBAK-TV (29.1 CBS, 29.2 This TV, 29.3 Grit) KUVI-DT (45.1 MNTV) KBFX-CD (58.1 Fox, 58.3 Comet) San Francisco, CA KTVU (2.1 Fox, 2.2 Light TV, 2.3 Movies!, 2.4 Buzzr) KQED (9.1 PBS, 9.2 KQED+, 9.3 World) KQEH (54.1/2 PBS, 54.3 Encore, 54.4 PBS Kids, 54.5 World) Local cable channels CSN Bay Area CSN California CMAC-TV Defunct KHMM-CD (23.1 Tres) 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 Fox Network Affiliates in the state of California KTVU 2 (Oakland / San Francisco) KECY 9 (El Centro) KTTV 11 (Los Angeles) KCVU 20 / KBVU 28 (Chico / Redding / Eureka) KKFX-CD 24 (Santa Maria) KMPH 26 / 17 (Visalia / Merced) KBFX-CD 29 (Bakersfield) KDFX-CD 33 (Indio / Palm Springs) KCBA 35 (Salinas) KTXL 40 (Sacramento) KSWB 69 (San Diego) See also ABC CBS CW Fox Ion MyNetworkTV NBC PBS Other stations in California v t e Sinclair Broadcast Group sorted by primary channel network affiliations ABC KAEF-TV KATU KATV KDNL-TV KHGI-TV / KWNB-TV / KHGI-CD KOMO-TV KRCR-TV KTUL KTVO KTXS-TV / KTXE-LD KVII-TV / KVIH-TV WATM-TV WBMA-LD WCHS-TV WCTI-TV WEAR-TV WGTU / WGTQ 1 WHAM-TV 1 WICD WICS WKEF WJLA-TV WLOS WPDE-TV WSET-TV WSYX WTVC WXLV-TV CBS KBAK-TV KBOI-TV KDBC-TV KEYE-TV KFDM KGAN KGBT-TV KHQA-TV KIMA-TV / KEPR-TV KLEW-TV KMEG 1 KRCG KTVL KUTV KVAL-TV / KCBY-TV / KPIC WGFL 1 WGME-TV WHP-TV WKRC-TV WPEC WRGB WSBT-TV WTVH 1 WWMT The CW KECA-LD KFDM KFRE-TV KMYS 1 KOCB KTXS-TV / KTXE-LD KVCW KXVO 1 KYUU-LD WBUI 1 WBSF 1 WCWF WCWN WCYB-DT2 WFLI-TV 1 WHAM-DT2 1 WLFL WNAB 1 WNUV 1 WSTQ-LP WSWB 1 WTLF 1 WTTO / WDBB WTVX WUCW WVTV WWHO 1 WWMB 1 Fox KABB KBFX-CD KBSI KBTV-TV 1 KBVU 1 KCVU 1 KDSM-TV KFOX-TV KFXA 1 KFXL-TV KMPH-TV KOKH-TV KPTH KPTM KRXI-TV KSAS-TV KSCC WACH WBFF WDKY-TV WEMT 1 WFXL WGXA WLUK-TV WMSN-TV WOLF-TV 1 WPFO 1 WPGH-TV WRGT-TV 1 WRLH-TV WRSP-TV / WCCU 1 WSMH WTAT-TV 1 WTGS WTTE 1 WUHF WUTV WVAH-TV 1 WYDO 1 WYZZ-TV 1 WWCP-TV WZTV MyNetworkTV KAME-TV 1 KDBC-TV KECA-LD KMTW 1 KMYU KRVU-LD / KZVU-LD KTOV-LP KUTV KVCW-DT2 WABM WCIV WDKA WFGX WMYA-TV 1 WMYG-LP 1 WMYV WNYO-TV WPNT WQMY 1 WRDC WSTR-TV 1 WTCN-CA WTVZ-TV WUTB 1 WUXP-TV WVTV-DT2 3 NBC KECI-TV / KCFW-TV / KTVM-TV / KDBZ-CD KMTR / KMCB / KTCW 1 KRNV-DT 1 KSNV WCYB-TV WEYI-TV 1 WJAC-TV WJAR WNBW-DT 1 WNWO-TV WOAI-TV WPBN-TV / WTOM-TV WPMI-TV 1 WSTM-TV WTOV-TV WTWC-TV Spanish-language Azteca WWHB-CA Univision KEUV-LP KUCO-LP KUNP KUNS-TV KUNW-CD / KVVK-CD / KORX-CA UniMás KKTF-LD Other stations Antenna TV KXVU-LD Comet KENV-DT 1 WHOI Ind. 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