Spokane TV Stations: From Analog to Digital

Spokane TV Stations: From Analog to Digital




Spokane TV stations are broadcast companies in Spokane Washington that transmits programs over a television (medium). The most recent technology contributes that broadcast signals will be switched to the new digital signal. There are a number of well-known TV stations in Spokane which is already broadcasting digitally. So it exactly method that they will all switch off the analog signals by next year. When switched to this latest innovation, viewers will discover that stations are able to add auxiliary channels.

Here is a list of Spokane’s TV stations that serves the Spokane television market provided with their corresponding channels:

  • KREM Channel 2

KREM Channel 2 is one of the television stations in Spokane, WA which serves the Spokane television market. This TV stop is located in 4103 South Regal Street Spokane, WA 99223. The programming of the stop is run by the CBS network. KREM operates with 893 kilowatts of strength and is owned by the Belo Corporation.

  • KXLY Channel 4

KXLY is a television stop which runs programming from the ABC network. KXLY is a digital complete-strength television stop that operates with 23.3 kilowatts of strength and is owned by Spokane Television Group, a subsidiary of Morgan Murphy Media.

  • KHQ Channel 6

This TV stop has just completed its installation and testing of a new digital antenna to greatly enhance the stop’s signal strength last week. The stop runs programming from the NBC network and operates 45.1 kilowatts of strength. The stop is owned by The KHQ Television Group, a subsidiary of Cowles Publishing Company, which owns The Spokesman-Review newspaper.

  • KSPS Channel 7

This TV stop which broadcasts three channels, including channels 8 and 44 has alternation its digital frequencies. This change will be effective next year. The stop runs programming from the PBS network and operates with 21.6 kilowatts of strength. KSPS Channel is owned by Spokane Public Schools.

  • KWSU Channel 10

KWSU is a television stop in Pullman which runs programming from the PBS network. KWSU with 6.2 kilowatts of strength and is owned by Washington State University.

  • KSKN Channel 22

KSKN is a television stop in Spokane which runs programming from the The CW network and identifies itself as “CW 22”. KSKN operates with 250 kilowatts of strength and is owned by Belo Corporation.

  • KQUP Channel 24

KQUP is a television stop in Pullman, WA which runs Daystar programming and identifies itself as “KQUP 24”. KQUP operates with 57 kilowatts of strength and is owned by Daystar Television Network.

  • KCDT Channel 26

KCDT is a television stop in Coeur d’Alene, ID which runs programming from the PBS network and identifies itself as “Idaho PTV”. This television stop operates with 38 kilowatts of strength and is owned by Idaho State Board of Education.

  • KAYU Channel 28

KAYU is a television stop in Spokane, WA which runs programming from the FOX network and identifies itself as “FOX 28”. KAYU operates with 91.4 kilowatts of strength and is owned by Northwest Broadcasting.

  • KGPX Channel 34

KGPX is a television stop in Spokane which runs programming from the ion network. KGPX is a digital complete-strength television stop that operates with 104 kilowatts of strength and is owned by ION Media Networks.

  • KHBA Channel 39

KHBA Channel 39 is a low-strength TV stop broadcasting locally on UHF. This TV stop is the only local Christian stop which runs programming from 3ABN. The stop is owned by He’s Alive Broadcasting Association.

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