KHII-TV, virtual channel 9 (UHF digital channel 22), is a MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station licensed to Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. The station is owned by Nexstar Media Group, as part of a duopoly with Fox affiliate KHON-TV (channel 2). The two stations share studios at the Haiwaiki Tower on Piikoi and Waimanu Streets in downtown Honolulu (between the Kaka'ako and Ala Moana districts); KHII's main transmitter is located in Akupu, Hawaii. On cable, the station is carried on Oceanic Spectrum and Hawaiian Telcom channel 5.

KHII-TV logo
Honolulu, Hawaii
United States
BrandingKHII (general)
KHON 2 News (newscasts)
SloganWorking for Hawaii (KHON-produced newscasts)
ChannelsDigital: 22 (UHF)
Virtual: 9 (PSIP)
AffiliationsMyNetworkTV (2006–present)
OwnerNexstar Media Group
(Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc.)
First air dateFebruary 7, 1988
(intellectual unit)
December 1, 1952
(current broadcast facility)
Call letters' meaningHawaII
Sister station(s)KHON-TV
Former callsignsKFVE (1988–2019)
Former channel number(s)Analog:
5 (VHF, 1988–2009)
23 (UHF, until October 2009)
5 (PSIP, until 2009)
Former affiliationsAnalog/DT1:
Independent (1988–1995)
UPN (1995–2002)
The WB (1998–2006; secondary until 2002)
Bounce TV (2018–2019)
Transmitter power40 kW
Height629 m (2,064 ft)
Facility ID36917
Transmitter coordinates21°23′52″N 158°6′0″W / 21.39778°N 158.10000°W
Licensing authorityFCC
Public license information:Profile

Satellite stations

As with other major television stations in Hawaii, KHII operates satellite stations across the Hawaiian Islands to rebroadcast the station's programming outside of metropolitan Honolulu. The stations formerly served as KGMB satellite stations until the 2009 KGMB/KFVE facility swap, which resulted in both stations becoming satellites of KFVE. The 2019 purchase by Nexstar retained these stations as KHII satellites.

Station City of license Channel
First air date ERP HAAT Facility ID Transmitter coordinates Transmitter location Public license information
KGMD-TV1 Hilo 9 (VHF)
9 (PSIP)
May 15, 1955 2 kW 31 m (102 ft) 36914 19°42′49″N 155°8′3″W / 19.71361°N 155.13417°W west of downtown Profile
KGMV2 Wailuku 24 (UHF)
9 (PSIP)
April 24, 1955 77 kW 755 m (2,477 ft) 36920 20°39′25.5″N 156°21′35.8″W / 20.657083°N 156.359944°W summit of Haleakala Profile


  • 1. KGMD-TV used the call sign KPUA-TV from 1955 to 1976.
  • 2. KGMV used the calls KMAU-TV from its 1955 sign-on to 1977.


Early history

KHII signed on the air on February 7, 1988 as KFVE, broadcasting on channel 5, as the final VHF station in the market. Originally, KFVE focused on low-budget programming such as Hawaii Five-O repeats. Later under the moniker "Hawaii is Watching us Grow", it focused on movies and syndicated fare, and by 1990 acquired programs from KMGT (channel 26, now KAAH) before its format switch to religious programming. As a small-time independent station, it had to rely on low-budget programming and Japanese television dramas (most of which were later carried on independent station KIKU, channel 20) through much of its early existence. That all changed in 1993 when another local station, KHNL (then a Fox affiliate owned by the Providence Journal Company), took over management of KFVE through a local marketing agreement (LMA). KFVE then merged its operations into KHNL's facility. It was the first such local market sharing organization in the country. After KHNL took over oversight of the station in the mid-1990s, coverage of University of Hawaii athletics moved over to KFVE, which rebranded as "The Home Team". The "K-5" logo and the slogan were borrowed from KHNL's then-sister station in Seattle, KING-TV.

UPN and WB affiliations

On January 16, 1995, KFVE became a charter affiliate of UPN under the brand name "K-5 UPN Hawaii". On December 28, 1998, the station began carrying programming from The WB as a secondary affiliation. Previously, The WB was carried throughout Hawaii on KWHE (channel 14). KFVE was acquired outright by Raycom Media on December 31, 1999. Raycom had purchased KHNL and the LMA with KFVE from Belo Corporation two months earlier, but acquired KFVE's license as well after the FCC began permitting duopolies between television stations.

On September 2, 2002, KFVE dropped its affiliation with UPN and became a primary WB affiliate. The station rebranded itself as "K-5, The Home Team: Hawaii's WB", with the "Hawaii's WB" branding being used primarily during promotional advertisements for WB programming. In the Honolulu market, UPN programming moved to KHON-TV (channel 2) and KGMB (then on channel 9), which both carried secondary affiliations with the network from September 2002 to October 2004.

MyNetworkTV affiliation

On March 7, 2006, Raycom Media announced that KFVE would affiliate with MyNetworkTV as part of a group deal involving many of Raycom-owned affiliates of The WB and UPN (whose consolidation and shutdowns the following September resulted in the creation of The CW Television Network,[1][2] which would affiliate in Hawaii with a digital subchannel of KHON-TV). KFVE officially joined MyNetworkTV on September 5, 2006 and did not air The WB's final two weeks of prime-time programming (though it continued to air WB daytime and Saturday morning programming until the end of the network's existence).

On January 15, 2009, DirecTV transferred KFVE from analog to its digital and high definition signals due to the analog shutdown. The HD feed of KFVE was pulled off DirecTV on January 16 for unknown reasons. A standard definition digital feed of the station was restored on the satellite provider on January 17. On February 29, 2012, KFVE's HD feed was restored on DirecTV.

On August 18, 2009, Raycom Media announced that it would enter into a shared services agreement with MCG Capital Corporation (owner of CBS affiliate KGMB), in which the operations of that station, KFVE and KHNL would be combined. The SSA also moved KFVE and its programming from PSIP channel 5 to channel 9 under MCG ownership, while KGMB moved from 9 to 5 and fell under Raycom's ownership. The FCC only recognizes ownership of facility IDs and not station call signs or intellectual property, allowing MCG Capital to gain ownership of KFVE and Raycom ownership of KGMB during the swap. The overall viewership of KFVE, while on channel 5, fell outside the criteria (which restricts ownership of two stations in the same market to one of the four highest-rated stations and one not among the top four) that would have otherwise barred a duopoly between KHNL and KGMB if facility IDs were traded as well.[3][4] The channel swap took effect with the SSA on October 26, 2009, as KFVE moved from 5 to 9 and changed its on-air branding from "K-5" to simply "KFVE." As a result, KFVE now operates under KGMB's license. The two stations also swapped outer-island satellites. On November 20, 2013, MCG Capital filed to sell KFVE and its satellites to American Spirit Media, a company owned by Thomas B. Henson and a shared services duopoly partner with Raycom in several other markets, for $22 million.[5]

Sale to Nexstar

On June 25, 2018, Atlanta-based Gray Television announced it had reached an agreement with Raycom to merge their respective broadcasting assets (consisting of Raycom's 63 existing owned-and/or-operated television stations, including KHNL and KGMB, and Gray's 93 television stations) under the former's corporate umbrella in a cash-and-stock merger transaction valued at $3.6 billion. Because Raycom operates three stations in the Honolulu market, the companies were required to sell either KHNL, KGMB or KFVE to another station owner in order to comply with FCC ownership rules.[6][7][8][9]

On November 1, 2018, Irving, Texas-based Nexstar Media Group—which has owned Fox affiliate KHON-TV since January 2017—announced that it would acquire KFVE and the licenses of satellites KGMD-TV and KGMV from American Spirit Media for $6.5 million.[10] Nexstar concurrently assumed the station's operations through a time brokerage agreement that took effect the day the transaction paperwork was filed with the FCC, under which Raycom forwarded the rights to certain managerial services involving KFVE – not counting certain other services to which Raycom would retain stewardship under the TBA – on a transitional basis.[11] Under the deal, Nexstar also intends to integrate KFVE's operations into KHON's studio facilities at the Haiwaiki Tower on Piikoi and Waimanu Streets. However, Raycom will retain rights to the KFVE intellectual unit (call letters, syndicated and local programming), which will be shifted to a digital subchannel of either KHNL or KGMB as will KFVE-DT2's Bounce TV affiliation (which will be moved to KGMB-DT4); the KFVE calls will also be retained by Raycom for branding continuity. As such, Nexstar will likely assign new call letters to the channel 9 license as well as acquire programming to replace that being maintained by Raycom post-acquisition (which may include shifting the programming on KHON's CW-affiliated DT2 feed to the KFVE license, and/or the retention of the MyNetworkTV affiliation, which Raycom did not include in the KFVE intellectual property transaction.)[12][13][14][15]

The sale of KFVE to Nexstar was approved by the FCC on December 17;[16] the Gray-Raycom merger was approved three days later.[17]

On January 17, 2019, Nexstar announced that it would relaunch the station as KHII-TV. The station would retain its MyNetworkTV affiliation and plans to continue its focus on bringing local programming to Hawaii.[18][19][20] The rebranding and call sign change took place concurrent with the sale's completion on January 28.[21][22] At the same time, KFVE's intellectual unit and syndicated programming, along with its Hawaii-centric specials, moved to the second digital subchannel of KHNL (airing in 4:3 SD on channel 13.2), and changed its cable channel position from Charter Spectrum 5/1005 to 22/1022, with the HD feed of "K5" becoming exclusive to cable.[23][24]

Digital television

Digital channels

Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming[25]
9.1 1080i 16:9 KHII-DT Main KHII programming / MyNetworkTV

Analog-to-digital conversion

KHII-TV (as KFVE) discontinued regular programming on its analog signal, over VHF channel 5, on January 15, 2009, the date in which full-power television stations in Hawaii transitioned from analog to digital broadcasts (six months earlier than the June 12 transition date for stations on the U.S. mainland). The station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 23,[26] using PSIP to display the station's virtual channel as its former VHF analog channel 5. Following the channel swap with KGMB, the station's digital channel switched to UHF channel 22 and its virtual channel to 9.


KHII clears all MyNetworkTV programming, except for the occasional pre-emption in order to broadcast local sports or other special events. As the station (as KFVE) once did with UPN and WB programs, KHII will delay MyNetworkTV programming until the weekend in order to broadcast these sporting events. Because MyNetworkTV airs ten hours of programming per week, syndicated programming makes up a vast portion of KHII's weekday schedule, especially during the daytime. Until the 2009 channel swap, KFVE, unlike most affiliates, only used the MyNetworkTV logo to promote its programming in a similar way to WXSP-CA in Grand Rapids, Michigan, which uses the branding "The X" and a "MyNetworkTV WXSP" logo. KFVE's local logo was used at all other times such as when promoting sitcom repeats or news.

Movies are also a regular part of its weekend afternoon schedule; late night and early morning timeslots on KHII primarily feature infomercials. KHII was also home to the most complete and comprehensive college sports package in the country as the station showcased more than 100 University of Hawaii sports events annually. Sports covered on KFVE included football, men's and women's volleyball, men's and women's basketball, baseball, softball, and women's soccer. KFVE (since 1994) and sister station KHNL (from 1984 to 1993) had been the home of University of Hawaii sports in the islands for over two decades. KFVE broadcast home games in high definition beginning in August 2009 on pay-per-view, with Wahine Volleyball, Warrior Basketball and Warrior Football televised in HD. Events that were not aired on pay-per-view were broadcast in standard definition.

KFVE broadcast its last University of Hawaii sports event on May 15, 2011 with a baseball game against the San Jose State Spartans. In August 2011, Oceanic Cable began carrying University of Hawaii sports evening on a new regional sports network OC Sports Channel (which is carried on channel 12). In January 2012, KFVE broadcast two Pac-West Conference basketball games in HD, featuring Hawaii Pacific University as the home team in both contests.

KHII currently airs the MyNetworkTV primetime programming block from 8 to 10 p.m., instead of the usual scheduled time period of 7 to 9 p.m., which is reserved for local and syndicated programming (KHII airs a local newscast produced by KHON during the 7 p.m. hour).[27]

In January 2015, KFVE added Korean dramas to its weekend lineup, airing Sundays from 2 to 5 p.m. They became the second station in Hawaii to feature Korean programming, after KBFD.


On April 17, 1995, KHNL began producing a primetime newscast at 9 p.m. that was simulcast on KFVE; this newscast, by then a standalone program as KHNL dropped its 9 p.m. newscast after switching from Fox to NBC, was dropped on August 3, 1997. On October 18, 2004, KHNL began producing a primetime newscast for KFVE once more, this time airing exclusively on the station; KFVE was the only station in the market to carry its late evening newscast at 9 p.m. as Fox affiliate KHON-TV airs its late newscast at 10 p.m. However, KHON-TV added a 9 p.m. newscast in 2014. KHNL's production of KFVE's newscasts expanded on January 7, 2008, when the then-channel 5 began carrying an early evening newscast at 6:30 p.m. Later that year on December 22, KHNL began broadcasting its local newscasts in high definition; KFVE's newscasts were included in the upgrade.

The shared services agreement resulted in the termination of all but four members of KHNL's on-air staff and all of the technicians for KHNL's morning show when its newsroom merged with KGMB and the two began simulcasting newscasts on October 26, 2009.[28] KFVE maintains its 6:30 and 9:00 p.m. newscasts that it had prior to the formation of the SSA between KHNL and KGMB; however, the SSA resulted in the addition of an hour-long weekday morning newscast from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m., which airs in that timeslot and for only one hour due to KGMB continuing to run an hour-long extension of Hawaii News Now: Sunrise from 7:00 to 8:00 a.m. There are no simulcasts of any newscasts from either of its two major network sister stations.[29]

As part of the switch to KHII, on January 28, 2019, the station began airing a simulcast of KHON's morning newscast Wake Up 2day and an hour-long weeknight 7 p.m. newscast produced by KHON. Five days later, on February 2, KHII began simulcasting KHON's 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. weekend newscasts.

Notable current on-air staff


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  2. ^ UPN and WB to Combine, Forming New TV Network, The New York Times, January 24, 2006.
  3. ^ "Execs explain TV swap, but some see it as blurry", from Honolulu Star-Bulletin, August 20, 2009
  4. ^ "Joint newscasts launch with technical glitches", from Honolulu Star-Bulletin, October 27, 2009
  5. ^ Application For Consent To Transfer Control Of Entity Holding Broadcast Station Construction Permit Or License CDBS Public Access, Federal Communications Commission, November 21, 2013; Retrieved December 16, 2013.
  6. ^ "GRAY AND RAYCOM TO COMBINE IN A $3.6 BILLION TRANSACTION". Raycom Media (Press release). June 25, 2018.
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  15. ^ Andrew Gomes (November 3, 2018). "KGMB, KHNL, KFVE and KHON linked in sale". Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Oahu Publications Inc. Retrieved November 9, 2018.
  16. ^ "Notice of Consent to Assignment" (PDF). CDBS Public Access. Federal Communications Commission. December 17, 2018. Retrieved December 21, 2018.
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  20. ^ KHII webpage
  21. ^ "Consummation Notice". CDBS Public Access. Federal Communications Commission. January 29, 2019. Retrieved January 29, 2019.
  22. ^ "Call Sign History (KHII-TV)". CDBS Public Access. Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved January 30, 2019.
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Channel 22 digital TV stations in the United States

The following television stations broadcast on digital channel 22 in the United States:

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KEQI-LP in Dededo, Guam

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KFXF-LD in Fairbanks, Alaska

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KHII-TV in Honolulu, Hawaii

KHMT in Hardin, Montana

KIPT in Twin Falls, Idaho

KJNE-LD in Jonesboro, Arkansas

KLEW-TV in Moscow, Idaho

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KLKW-LD in Amarillo, Texas

KLRU in Austin, Texas

KLUZ-TV in Albuquerque, New Mexico

KMCB in Coos Bay, Oregon

KMCT-TV in West Monroe, Louisiana

KMJC-LD in Topeka, Kansas

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KMYL-LD in Lubbock, Texas

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KOKI-TV in Tulsa, Oklahoma

KPDF-CD in Phoenix, Arizona

KPSN-LD in Payson, Arizona

KPXG-TV in Salem, Oregon

KPXR-TV in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

KQFX-LD in Columbia, Missouri

KRBK in Osage Beach, Missouri

KRID-LD in Boise, Idaho

KSFV-CD in Los Angeles, California

KSNC in Great Bend, Kansas

KSNV in Las Vegas, Nevada

KTLM in Harlingen/Rio Grande City, Texas

KTNW in Richland, Washington

KTVP-LD in Phoenix, Arizona

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KUVM-LD in Missouri City, Texas

KUWB-LD in Bloomington, Utah

KVYE in El Centro, California

KWBJ-CD in Morgan City, Louisiana

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KXLY-TV in Spokane, Washington

KXRM-TV in Colorado Springs, Colorado

KZVU-LD in Chico, California

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WLWC in New Bedford, Massachusetts

WLWK-CD in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin

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WMNS-LD in Charlotte Amalie, U.S. Virgin Islands

WNEM-TV in Bay City, Michigan

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WOFL in Orlando, Florida

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WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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WUCW in Minneapolis, Minnesota

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WVUT in Vincennes, IndianaThe following television stations, which are no longer licensed, formerly broadcast on digital channel 22:

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KWWF in Waterloo, Iowa

WQDS-LD in Athens, Georgia

Channel 9 virtual TV stations in the United States

The following television stations operate on virtual channel 9 in the United States:

K02AO-D in Eureka, Montana

K02EE-D in Weaverville, California

K02IK-D in Gateview, Colorado

K03HX-D in Etna, California

K04IH-D in Baker, Montana

K04OS-D in Reedsport, Oregon

K04RP-D in Delta Junction, Alaska

K05CR-D in Hayfork, California

K05FC-D in Lake McDonald, Montana

K07JS-D in North Bend, Oregon

K08OB-D in Newell, California

K08OR-D in Canby, California

K08OV-D in Nenana, Alaska

K09BJ-D in Entiat, Washington

K09CL-D in Rock Island, Washington

K09FF-D in Squilchuck St. Park, Washington

K09YK-D in Durango/Purgatory, Colorado

K09YW-D in Leamington, Utah

K11BX-D in Sutherlin, Oregon

K11GT-D in Eugene, Oregon

K11KI-D in Dorena, etc., Oregon

K11XC-D in Salina & Redmond, Utah

K12AA-D in Troy, Montana

K13AAE-D in Healy, Alaska

K14HX-D in Lakehead, California

K14KE-D in St. James, Minnesota

K14NM-D in Anton & SW Wash County, Colorado

K15EM-D in Escalante, Utah

K15IA-D in Orderville, Utah

K15IF-D in Basalt, Colorado

K15JG-D in Scottsburg, Oregon

K16BO-D in Milford, etc., Utah

K16IB-D in Mount Pleasant, Utah

K17JK-D in Cane Beds, Arizona/Hildale, Utah

K17KB-D in Belgrade, etc., Montana

K17MV-D in Richfield, etc., Utah

K17OB-D in Plevna, Montana

K18GM-D in Pleasant Valley, Colorado

K18KD-D in Libby, Montana

K18KH-D in Julesburg, Colorado

K19EX-D in Price, Utah

K19FH-D in Aspen, Colorado

K19GL-D in Yreka, California

K19ID-D in Green River, Utah

K19IE-D in Boulder, Utah

K19LN-D in Mayfield, Utah

K20DE-D in Alturas/Likely, California

K20DW-D in Juab, Utah

K20IJ-D in Wauneta, Nebraska

K21GW-D in Toquerville/Hurricane, Utah

K21JN-D in Erick, Oklahoma

K21MT-D in Seiling, Oklahoma

K22CQ-D in Idalia, Colorado

K22DM-D in Rural Summit County, Utah

K22KP-D in Wendover, Utah

K22LD-D in Chinook, Montana

K23DJ-D in Ekalaka, Montana

K23DP-D in Kanab, Utah

K23FO-D in Jackson, Minnesota

K23FT-D in Myton, Utah

K23JX-D in Hatch, Utah

K23KW-D in Circleville, Utah

K23ME-D in Camas Valley, Oregon

K24FD-D in Rural Garfield, etc., Utah

K24ID-D in Fernadle, Montana

K24IO-D in Ferron, Utah

K24IP-D in Huntington, Utah

K25GZ-D in Holyoke, Colorado

K25LH-D in Fishlake Resort, Utah

K25MW-D in Baudette, Minnesota

K25NI-D in Mapleton, Oregon

K27CD-D in Boulder, Montana

K27CL-D in Coos Bay/North Bend, Oregon

K27FI-D in Frost, Minnesota

K27HR-D in Manti & Ephraim, Utah

K27KB-D in Caineville, Utah

K27LO-D in Emigrant, Montana

K27MY-D in Altus, Oklahoma

K28CY-D in Lewiston, California

K28DB-D in Fall River Mills, California

K28KN-D in Emery, Utah

K29ID-D in Weeksville, Montana

K29IV-D in Fremont, Utah

K29JW-D in Granite Falls, Minnesota

K29KE-D in Big Falls, Minnesota

K30JN-D in Rural Carbon County, Utah

K31EL-D in Tropic, etc., Utah

K31GK-D in Ukiah, California

K31KP-D in Alton, Utah

K32EX-D in Peetz, Colorado

K32FQ-D in St. George, Utah

K33DO-D in Vernal, Utah

K33FO-D in Benkelman, Nebraska

K33KH-D in Nephi, Utah

K34DP-D in Plevna, Montana

K34FV-D in Duchesne, Utah

K34JJ-D in Hollis, Oklahoma

K34KL-D in Powers, Oregon

K35HW-D in Florence, Oregon

K35KL-D in Manila, etc., Utah

K36JT-D in Clear Creek, Utah

K36JU-D in Helper, Utah

K36JV-D in East Price, Utah

K36NQ-D in Altus, Oklahoma

K38AD-D in Yuma, Colorado

K38LD-D in Woody Creek, Colorado

K38MW-D in Torrey, etc., Utah

K38NP-D in Birchdale, Minnesota

K39HP-D in Park City, Utah

K39KH-D in Fountain Green, Utah

K39LT-D in Pringle, South Dakota

K40IO-D in Carbondale, Colorado

K40KP-D in Koosharem, Utah

K41GE-D in Cedar City, Utah

K41IT-D in Haxtun, Colorado

K41LB-D in Scofield, Utah

K41LD-D in Antimony, Utah

K41LX-D in Red Lake, Minnesota

K42CU-D in Roseau, Minnesota

K42HK-D in Cottage Grove, Oregon

K43DU-D in Butte, Montana

K43DY-D in Rural Garfield County, Utah

K43FS-D in Akron, Colorado

K43KL-D in Panguitch, Utah

K43NT-D in McDermitt, Nevada

K44EA-D in Fillmore, etc., Utah

K44FN-D in McCook/Culbertson, Nebraska

K44IP-D in Roosevelt, etc., Utah

K45GQ-D in Ridgecrest, California

K45LD-D in Scipio, Utah

K45MZ-D in Laketown, etc., Utah

K46DF-D in Parowan/Enoch, etc., Utah

K46EO-D in Long Valley Junction, Utah

K46JK-D in Orangeville, Utah

K46KS-D in Roseburg, Oregon

K47JI-D in Blanding/Monticello, Utah

K47MD-D in Henrieville, Utah

K47MG-D in Rural Sevier County, Utah

K48GA-D in Wray, Colorado

K48KS-D in Delta, etc., Utah

K48LR-D in Green River, Utah

K48LT-D in Beryl/New Castle/Modena, Utah

K48LW-D in Redstone, Colorado

K49FS-D in Logan, Utah

K49MF-D in Sterling, Colorado

K50DB-D in Alexandria, Minnesota

K50EE-D in Sterling, Colorado

K50HZ-D in Willmar, Minnesota

K50KC-D in Washington, etc., Utah

K51CM-D in International Falls, Minnesota

K51EY-D in London Springs, Oregon

K51GI-D in Kanarraville/New Ha, Utah

K51JO-D in Marysvale, Utah

K51JV-D in Beaver, Utah

K51KV-D in Hanksville, Utah

KAWE in Bemidji, Minnesota

KBHE-TV in Rapid City, South Dakota

KCAL-TV in Los Angeles, California

KCAU-TV in Sioux City, Iowa

KCFW-TV in Kalispell, Montana

KCRG-TV in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

KCTS-TV in Seattle, Washington

KDSE in Dickinson, North Dakota

KECY-TV in El Centro, California

KETC in St. Louis, Missouri

KETG in Arkadelphia, Arkansas

KEZI in Eugene, Oregon

KGMD-TV in Hilo, Hawaii

KGUN-TV in Tucson, Arizona

KHII-TV in Honolulu, Hawaii

KIXE-TV in Redding, California

KLRN in San Antonio, Texas

KMBC-TV in Kansas City, Missouri

KMSP-TV in Minneapolis, Minnesota

KNIN-TV in Caldwell, Idaho

KNMD-TV in Santa Fe, New Mexico

KOOD in Hays, Kansas

KPNE-TV in North Platte, Nebraska

KQED in San Francisco, California

KRBC-TV in Abilene, Texas

KSDX-LD in San Diego, California

KTRE in Lufkin, Texas

KTSM-TV in El Paso, Texas

KUAC-TV in Fairbanks, Alaska

KUEN in Ogden, Utah

KUSA in Denver, Colorado

KUSM-TV in Bozeman, Montana

KWES-TV in Odessa, Texas

KWTV-DT in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

KXLH-LD in Helena, Montana

W28DR-D in Cedarville, West Virginia

W29DP-D in Welch, West Virginia

W32EG-D in Williams, Minnesota

W50BD-D in Moorefield, West Virginia

WAFB in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

WAOW in Wausau, Wisconsin

WCPO-TV in Cincinnati, Ohio

WFTC in Minneapolis, Minnesota

WFTV in Orlando, Florida

WGN-TV in Chicago, Illinois

WHDT in Stuart, Florida

WLDW-LD in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

WMUR-TV in Manchester, New Hampshire

WNBW-DT in Gainesville, Florida

WNCT-TV in Greenville, North Carolina

WNIN in Evansville, Indiana

WOBZ-LD in East Bernstadt, Kentucky

WSOC-TV in Charlotte, North Carolina

WSUR-DT in Ponce, Puerto Rico

WSWP-TV in Grandview, West Virginia

WSYR-TV in Syracuse, New York

WTOV-TV in Steubenville, Ohio

WTVA in Tupelo, Mississippi

WTVC in Chattanooga, Tennessee

WTVM in Columbus, Georgia

WUSA in Washington, D.C.

WVAN-TV in Savannah, Georgia

WWOR-TV in Secaucus, New Jersey

WWTV in Cadillac, MichiganThe following stations, which are no longer licensed, formerly operated on virtual channel 9:

K07IA-D in Oakland, Oregon

K09YQ-D in Ketchikan, Alaska

K34IV-D in Fruitland, Utah

K39DG-D in Trinity Center, California

K42LH-D in WInston, Oregon

KABY-TV in Aberdeen, South Dakota

WLEP-LD in Erie, Pennsylvania

Grant Broadcasting

Grant Broadcasting System II (also referred to as Grant Communications and Grant Company) was an owner of various television stations in the United States, Based in Roanoke, Virginia.

Grant Broadcasting was founded in 1990 by Milton Grant (May 13, 1923 — April 28, 2007), who, in addition to being President of Grant Broadcasting, also served as President and General Manager for many of his stations.


KHII may refer to:

KHII (FM), a radio station (88.9 FM) licensed to serve Cloudcroft, New Mexico, United States

KHII-TV, a radio station (channel 22/PSIP 9) licensed to serve Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

the ICAO code for Lake Havasu City Airport in Lake Havasu City, Arizona

Kingdom Hearts II


KHON-TV, virtual channel 2 (VHF digital channel 8), is a primary Fox/subchannel-only CW-affiliated television station licensed to Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. The station is owned by the Nexstar Media Group, as part of a duopoly with MyNetworkTV affiliate KHII-TV (channel 9). The two stations share studios at the Haiwaiki Tower on Piikoi and Waimanu Streets in downtown Honolulu (between the Kaka'ako and Ala Moana districts); KHON's main transmitter is also located downtown at the Century Center condominium/business complex (near Kalakaua Avenue and Kapiolani Boulevard, just northwest of the Hawaii Convention Center).

On cable, KHON-TV is carried on Oceanic Spectrum channel 3 on Oahu and the Big Island, and channel 2 on Maui and Kauai. The station is also available on Hawaiian Telcom channel 2 statewide.

LIN Digital

LIN Digital is an online advertising and media services company based in Austin, Texas.

In 2008 it was ranked No. 1,055 in the Top 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies in the U.S. by Inc Magazine.LIN Digital's premium display ad network is among comScore's Top 30 Ad Networks according to comScore rankings. It aggregates traffic from thousands of top-tier online publishers reaching up to 100 million unique visitors per month.

List of ACC Network (Raycom Sports) affiliates

The following is a list of affiliates with the former ACC Network, an ad hoc syndicated sports network operated by Raycom Sports and featuring the athletic teams of the Atlantic Coast Conference. This network is not to be confused with the ACC Network linear channel announced on 2016 July 21 by the league and ESPN, which is slated for launch in 2019. The stations listed below include all stations that broadcast the syndication package.

Note: The ACC Men's Basketball Tournament is not broadcast by ACC Network affiliates outside the ACC's geographical footprint as ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU have rights to that tournament in areas outside the ACC footprint. The ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU broadcasts of the tournament are no longer blacked out in areas inside the ACC's footprint, which as of 2014, includes North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Indiana, Florida, Virginia, Maryland, Washington, D.C., Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.The current ACC Network includes:

35 CW affiliates (including WTTO in Birmingham, WCCT in Hartford, WTOG in Tampa, WUPA in Atlanta, WNOL in New Orleans, WKBD in Detroit, KPLR in St. Louis and KMYS in San Antonio)

32 MyNetworkTV affiliates (including WUXP in Nashville, WDCA in Washington, WNDY in Indianapolis, WUAB in Cleveland, and WCGV in Milwaukee)

19 independent stations (including WLNY in New York, KDOC in Los Angeles, and KTXA in Dallas)

11 CBS affiliates (including WFOR in Miami, WJZ in Baltimore and WBTV in Charlotte)

10 NBC affiliates (including WRAL in Raleigh)

9 ABC affiliates (including WHAS in Louisville, WPVI in Philadelphia and WTAE in Pittsburgh)

List of stations owned or operated by Nexstar Media Group

The Nexstar Media Group is a television broadcasting company which owns or operates 171 television stations across the United States, many of whom are affiliates with the four "major" U.S. television networks located in small to medium-sized markets. It also operates all of the stations owned by affiliated companies, such as Mission Broadcasting and Marshall Broadcasting, under local marketing agreements.The following stations listed below are either owned and operated by Nexstar, or controlled by Nexstar through management services agreements (MSAs) with affiliated companies like Mission Broadcasting and Marshall Broadcasting, among others, to comply with current FCC ownership limits. Until November 2015, Nexstar also held the license of one station which was operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group through an MSA. Most of the stations Nexstar owns and operates were acquired through acquisitions of Quorum Broadcasting in 2003, Newport Television in 2012, Communications Corporation of America in 2015, and Media General in 2017.Each Nexstar cluster also operates its own news website, although they do not use their station branding or call letters in the addresses, choosing to use a slogan related to their area (though in all cases call letter-specific addresses are retained by Nexstar and redirect to a station's site for familiarity to site visitors and to discourage cybersquatting). However, the Media General stations acquired by Nexstar (the deal also included Frankly, which provides platform software and CMS services for many television station websites) have retained their previous addresses, including call letter-specific addresses, and some Nexstar stations have resumed using call-only addresses.

Formerly, Nexstar stations also maintained separate deal of the day sites on the .biz domain with paid "ask the experts" sections and advertorial sections, though the decline of the local deal of the day business model, along with warniness of viewers of .biz sites from its association with spam marketing saw these sites eventually close when the Media General deal closed.

List of television stations in Hawaii

This is a list of broadcast television stations serving cities in the U.S. state of Hawaii. Each of the three municipal counties — Honolulu County, Maui County and Hawaii County — has its own set of stations. Kauai County has repeaters which broadcast Honolulu's stations through its islands.

Merrie Monarch Festival

The Merrie Monarch Festival is a week-long cultural festival that takes place annually in Hilo, Hawaii during the week after Easter. It honors King David Kalākaua, who was called the "Merrie Monarch" for his patronage of the arts and is credited with restoring many Hawaiian cultural traditions during his reign, including the hula. Many hālau hula (schools), including some from the U.S. mainland and some international performers, attend the festival each year to participate in exhibitions and competitions. The festival has received worldwide attention and is considered the most prestigious of all hula contests.Merrie Monarch week begins Easter Sunday every year. The competitive hula events end the week, and occur on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday; they are televised and live-streamed online by KHII-TV (formerly KFVE/K5). In 2019 the competitive events run April 25–27.

Mission Broadcasting

Mission Broadcasting, Inc. is a television station group that owns 20 television stations in 17 markets in the United States. The group's Chair is Nancie Smith, the widow of David S. Smith (who died in March 2011), who founded the company in 1996. All of Mission's stations are located in markets where the Nexstar Media Group also owns a station, and are managed by Nexstar through shared services and local marketing agreements—allowing duopolies between the top two stations in a market or in markets with too few stations to allow duopolies.

New Vision Television

New Vision Television was a broadcast company based in Santa Monica, California. Throughout its two decade plus history, the company owned or managed over 60 television stations in large and medium-sized markets.

Spartan Communications

Spartan Communications, Inc. was a company that was based in Spartanburg, South Carolina that owned WSPA-TV as Spartan's flagship station from 1956 to 2000 when Spartan merged with Media General of Richmond, VA.

In 1984, Spartan bought WBTW and KIMT-TV from the Shotts family.

Uncle Kokua

Uncle Kokua is a Hawaiian reality television series airing on KHII-TV.

Vaughan Media

Vaughan Media, LLC is a company which owns the broadcast licenses of several stations controlled by the Nexstar Media Group.

West Virginia Media Holdings

West Virginia Media Holdings was a media company in West Virginia. It owned television stations in each of the four main media markets in the state, as well as a weekly newspaper.

The group owned WOWK-TV in Huntington, WVNS-TV in Lewisburg, and WTRF-TV in Wheeling, West Virginia, which were all affiliated with the CBS network; and WBOY-TV in Clarksburg which is affiliated with NBC. WVNS and WTRF also carried Fox on their digital subchannels, while both subchannels carried MyNetworkTV in addition to Fox as a secondary affiliate. It also owned the State Journal weekly newspaper.

The group was founded in 2001. The idea was to share reporting among the four stations in order to better cover the state. WOWK handles most coverage of state government affairs, while WBOY handles most coverage of West Virginia University sports. The largest private investor in the company was Bray Cary, who served as president and CEO. Cary was formerly an executive with NASCAR, and was responsible for its television contract, and was also involved in syndication of college basketball games.

In August 2008, both WTRF and WBOY began carrying ABC programming on their digital subchannel. Previously, longtime ABC affiliate WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh served both markets as the de facto ABC affiliate and remains on cable in both markets (Fox Ohio Valley replaced WPGH on Comcast systems as the only Fox affiliate on the Comcast channel lineup).

On November 17, 2015, WVMH announced that it would sell its stations to Nexstar Broadcasting Group for $130 million. The company will take over the stations' non-license assets under a time brokerage agreement in December 2015 until the formal completion of the deal, expected in late-2016. The two companies viewed the acquisition as being a complement to Nexstar's WHAG-TV, whose coverage area includes the Eastern Panhandle region. Nexstar CEO Perry A. Sook is an alumnus of WOWK. The sale was completed on January 31, 2017.The State Journal was not included in the sale. However it was later acquired by NCWV Media in December 2016.

White Knight Broadcasting

White Knight Broadcasting is a company based in Lafayette, Louisiana owning seven stations, based in Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi. It was founded in 1995.

On April 24, 2013, as part of the sale of White Knight Broadcasting's partner Communications Corporation of America to the Nexstar Broadcasting Group, White Knight announced the sale of its entire group to Mission Broadcasting (except for KSHV-TV, which would be sold to a female-controlled company called Rocky Creek Communications), with Nexstar taking over the operations of the stations through shared services agreements. The deal was later withdrawn, and White Knight retained ownership of the stations although Nexstar had inherited the SSAs.

The CW

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