Monday, June 26, 2006
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KXTV joins KCRA (Weather Plus) and KVIE (KVIE2) in offering secondary programming streams to Comcast cable subscribers and over-the-air viewers with digital/HD receivers.
HD Comes To Sacramento
CBS Radio To Jump In The "Stream"
Sports-formatted KHTK (1140); Country KNCI (105.1); Alternative Pop KZZO (100.5), Adult Hits KQJK (Jack 93.7); Urban KSFM (102.5) and AC KYMX (Mix 96.1) will go live within 60 days, as soon as equipment can be installed at three sites around Sacramento. Of the six, only KNCI is offering any sort of streaming audio, a country music channel that is not a simulcast of the top-rated on-air product.
KMPH, formerly licenced as KPMP, broadcasts with 5kw days and 1kw nights at 840 AM. The station's programming is still to be announced; it is operating from the former KTRB studios and transmitter sites in Modesto.
KTRB left the air in Modesto on June 19, 73 years to the day after it first signed on in Modesto.
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