KJTV-TV (Lubbock, TX)

Television
KJTV-TV is the Fox-affiliated television station serving Lubbock, Texas. It is owned by Ramar Communications, and is the flagship property of the locally based media corporation. KJTV was a charter station for its network, having broadcast the network since its launch on October 9, 1986. It broadcasts on UHF digital channel 35. The station also operates a low-powered sister station on channel 32.1, KJTV-CD, branded as FOX 34 News NOW, also on KJTV's digital 34.2 subchannel. The station has studios located at 98th Street and University Avenue in south Lubbock, which also houses MyNetworkTV affiliate KMYL-LD, The CW affiliate KLCW-TV, Telemundo affiliate KXTQ-CD, branded as Telemundo Lubbock, Me-TV affiliate KLBB-LD and seven radio stations (1 on AM and 6 on FM). Just yards from the studio, KJTV's transmissions emanate from a 950-foot (290 m) tower with an effective radiated power of 1 million watts for its digital signal. Syndicated programming on KJTV includes: Two and a Half Men, Friends, Ellen, The Queen Latifah Show, How I Met Your Mother, and AgDay. Source

Scope Local
Language English
Country United States of America
Media Market ? Lubbock
UVMs ? Request pricing
Broadcast Affiliation ? FOX