KXMN-LD

KXMN-LD, VHF digital channel 9[1], is a low-power television station licensed to Spokane, Washington, United States. It is a translator of ABC affiliate KXLY-TV (channel 4) which is owned by Spokane Television Group, a subsidiary of Morgan Murphy Media. KXMN-LD's transmitter is located on Krell Hill southeast of Spokane; its parent station maintains studios on West Boone Avenue in the city.

KXMN-LD
(translator of KXLY-TV,
Spokane, Washington)

Spokane, Washington
United States
Brandingsee KXLY-TV infobox
ChannelsDigital: 9 (VHF)
Virtual: 4 (PSIP)
Affiliations4.1: ABC
4.2: MeTV
4.3: Heroes & Icons
OwnerMorgan Murphy Media
(Spokane Television, Inc.)
First air dateSeptember 5, 2006 (2006-09-05)
(as a separately-run station)
Call letters' meaningKXLY MyNetworkTV
(previous affiliation)
Sister station(s)KXLY-TV, KEZE, KHTQ, KXLX, KXLY, KXLY-FM, KVNI, KZZU-FM
Former callsignsK09FZ (until 2005)
K11VT (2005)
KUUP-LP (2005–2006)
Former affiliationsKXLY-TV repeater (analog, until 2006)
MyNetworkTV (analog 2006–2009; LD2 2009–2012)
Transmitter power0.2 kW
Height534.8 m (1,755 ft)
Facility ID167856
Transmitter coordinates47°34′34″N 117°18′2″W
Licensing authorityFCC
Public license information
(
translator of KXLY-TV,
Spokane, Washington)
Profile

(
translator of KXLY-TV,
Spokane, Washington)
CDBS
Websitewww.kxly.com

History

KXMN-LD first went on the air as an analog repeater of KXLY-TV—first as K09FZ channel 9, then K11VT channel 11, then later as KUUP-LP (reflecting an unrealized UPN affiliation). On May 24, 2006, KUUP-LP became KXMN-LP, after picking up the MyNetworkTV affiliation, soon after the network was first announced. KXMN-LP began separate programming on September 5, 2006. In February 2009, the station signed on a digital signal and once again became a repeater of KXLY.

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