KTAZ, virtual channel 39 (UHF digital channel 29), is a Telemundo owned-and-operated television station licensed to Phoenix, Arizona, United States. The station is owned by the NBC Owned Television Stations subsidiary of NBCUniversal (itself a subsidiary of Comcast). KTAZ's studios are located on South 33rd Place in Phoenix, and its transmitter is located atop South Mountain on the city's south side.

Phoenix, Arizona
United States
BrandingTelemundo Phoenix (general)
Noticiero Telemundo Arizona (newscasts)
ChannelsDigital: 29 (UHF)
Virtual: 39 (PSIP)
(NBC Telemundo License LLC)
First air dateJanuary 12, 2001
(in Holbrook, Arizona; license moved to Phoenix in 2006)
Call letters' meaningTelemundo AriZona
Former callsignsKPHZ (2001–2006)
Former channel number(s)
  • Analog:
  • 11 (VHF, 2001–2006)
  • 39 (UHF, 2006–2009)
  • Digital:
  • 39 (UHF, 2009–2018)
Former affiliationsACN (2001–2002)
Transmitter power595 kW
Height544.7 m (1,787 ft)
Facility ID81458
Transmitter coordinates33°20′3.2″N 112°3′40.5″W / 33.334222°N 112.061250°WCoordinates: 33°20′3.2″N 112°3′40.5″W / 33.334222°N 112.061250°W
Licensing authorityFCC
Public license informationProfile


In 1986, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) designated VHF channel 11 as a commercial allotment for Holbrook. The allotment lay vacant until April 1996, when Channel 11 LLC applied for a permit to build a TV station. The application was granted on January 23, 1998, and in March, Channel 11 requested KBCZ for its call sign.,[1][2] In August 2000, Channel 11 struck an agreement to sell the station to Venture Technologies Group, LLC, which was approved in November and consummated in December.[3] Venture immediately changed the call letters to KPHZ and requested a waiver of the Main Studio Rule so that they could operate their new station out of existing facilities in Phoenix, used for stations KPHZ-LP (channel 58, now KDTP-LP channel 48) and KPSW-LP (channel 41, now KPDF-CD), instead of having the added expense of studio facilities in Holbrook.[4] Venture signed the station on air in January 2001 as an affiliate of the home shopping channel America's Collectibles Network (ACN)—now Jewelry Television (JTV). The FCC granted a license to KPHZ on December 5, 2001.[5] The station was never profitable, and in April 2002, shortly after its acquisition by NBC, Telemundo reached an agreement with Venture to acquire KPHZ, along with Venture's two Phoenix low power stations.[6][7] The FCC granted the request on August 23 and the purchase was consummated on September 26.[8] KPHZ was Telemundo's second full-power station in Arizona, after KHRR in Tucson), but it continued to air ACN programming until July 2003, when it switched to Telemundo programming.

License swap

By 2004, NBCUniversal concluded that in a small town like Holbrook (which had a population of 4,917, according to the 2000 U.S. Census), KPHZ was losing money and would likely have to be shut down. At the same time, the company had determined that its Phoenix-based Class A LPTV station, KDRX-CA (channel 48, now KDPH-LP), could not adequately compete with Univision's full-power station KTVW-TV.

NBCUniversal reached an agreement with the Daystar Television Network, and the two broadcasters together filed an application with the FCC to move the KPHZ license from Holbrook to Phoenix, where it would broadcast on channel 39. Daystar's KDTP license would move from Phoenix to Holbrook, broadcasting on channel 11. It was an unusual and complicated request that involved not only a swap of cities of license and frequencies, but would also require removing the non-commercial reservation from channel 39 in Phoenix and creating a non-commercial reservation on channel 11 in Holbrook. Holbrook already had a non-commercial allocation on channel 18 which had never been built, and most likely never would be. In addition, NBCUniversal would transfer KDRX-CA and KPHZ-LP to Daystar, preserving a Daystar outlet in Phoenix.

The FCC is extremely reluctant to remove a non-commercial reservation from a market, and naturally, Univision objected to the proposal, but in October 2005, the FCC agreed to allow the switch, saying that the benefit of having competing full-power Spanish-language television stations in the Phoenix market outweighed the loss of the non-commercial reservation.[9][10] In April 2006, the FCC granted construction permits to move the licenses.

On May 27, 2006, the KTAZ call letters were moved to the channel 39 license. There were a few complications with the move, requiring newly named KTAZ to move to a different broadcast tower. KTAZ temporarily kept the Daystar programming and the Telemundo programming remained on channel 11, which became KDTP-CA (now KDPH-LP), while KTAZ's permanent transmitter facilities were being constructed; the move was completed on July 23, 2006,[11] and on August 9, KTAZ resumed carrying Telemundo programming, and Daystar programming began airing on KDTP-CA. The FCC licensed the changes to KTAZ on November 7, 2006.

Digital television

Digital channels

The station's digital signal is multiplexed:

Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming[12]
39.1 16:9 1080i KTAZ DT Main KTAZ programming / Telemundo
39.2 4:3 480i T-Xitos TeleXitos
39.3 16:9 COZI Cozi TV

Analog-to-digital transition

Because it was granted an original construction permit after the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) finalized the DTV allotment plan on April 21, 1997,[13] the station did not receive a companion channel for its digital signal. Instead, at the end of the digital conversion period for full-power television stations, KTAZ was required to turn off its analog signal and turn on its digital signal (called a "flash-cut"). The station's digital signal went into operation on its former analog-era UHF channel 39 on June 12, 2009, the official date in which full-power television stations in the United States transitioned from analog to digital broadcasts under federal mandate.


The first news on Telemundo Phoenix debuted in October 1997, produced by local ABC affiliate KNXV. Several years later, after then-KDRX had moved into KNXV's former studio facilities, the station began to produce its own news. Under cost-cutting measures in 2007, KTAZ's news began to be produced from a news hub in Dallas; the production of the shows was restored to Phoenix several years later, and until 2014, KTAZ additionally produced the local newscasts seen on KBLR in Las Vegas. That later ended in July 2014 when KBLR debuted its own local newscast. On July 26, 2014, KTAZ began producing weekend newscasts to air at 4:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.[14]

KTAZ's newscasts are also aired on KHRR in Tucson. Tucson news and weather is incorporated into the broadcasts.


  1. ^ Application Search Details, FCC CDBS Database January 23, 1998
  2. ^ Call Sign History, FCC CDBS Database
  3. ^ Application Search Details, FCC CDBS Database November 14, 2000
  4. ^ Legal Action Information, FCC CDBS Database December 13, 2000
  5. ^ Application Search Details, FCC CDBS Database December 5, 2001
  6. ^ Joint Petition to Amend the Television Table of Allotments, FCC Request for Rule Making August 7, 2003
  7. ^ Application for Consent to Assignment of Broadcast Station Construction Permit or License, FCC CDBS Database April 26, 2002
  8. ^ Application Search Details, FCC CDBS Database August 23, 2002
  9. ^ http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-05-175A1.txt
  10. ^ Stronger signal to expand reach of Telemundo, AZBilingualed (via The Arizona Republic), October 29, 2005.
  11. ^ [1]
  12. ^ RabbitEars TV Query for KTAZ
  13. ^ Final Digital TV (DTV) Channel Plan from FCC97-115, Doug Lung's RF Technology Page May 28, 1997
  14. ^ Telemundo Arizona Adds Weekend Newscast, TVNewsCheck July 24, 2014

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Channel 29 digital TV stations in the United States

The following television stations broadcast on digital channel 29 in the United States:

K24II-D in Kanab, Utah

K29AA-D in Kalispell/Whitefish, Montana

K29AZ-D in Newport, Oregon

K29BH-D in Wellington, Texas

K29BM-D in Montpelier, Idaho

K29BN-D in Silver Springs, etc., Nevada

K29BR-D in Canadian, Texas

K29CK-D in Carbondale, Colorado

K29EB-D in Grand Rapids, Minnesota

K29ED-D in Everett, Washington

K29EG-D in Milton, etc., Oregon

K29EL-D in La Grande, Oregon

K29EM-D in Manti & Ephraim, Utah

K29ES-D in Carson City, Nevada

K29EV-D in Valmy, Nevada

K29EY-D in Preston, Idaho

K29FA-D in Beryl/Modena, etc., Utah

K29FD-D in Lake Havasu City, Arizona

K29FM-D in Artesia, New Mexico

K29FR-D in Quanah, Texas

K29FS-D in Wolf Point, Montana

K29FY-D in Henefer/Echo, Utah

K29GI-D in Holyoke, Colorado

K29GJ-D in Tropic & Cannonville, Utah

K29GO-D in Cortez, etc., Colorado

K29GV-D in Hagerman, Idaho

K29HB-D in Clovis, New Mexico

K29HD-D in Idalia, Colorado

K29HG-D in Jackson, Wyoming

K29HK-D in Emery, Utah

K29HL-D in Hanalei, etc., Hawaii

K29HM-D in Lake George, Colorado

K29HN-D in Escalante, Utah

K29HR-D in Farmington, New Mexico

K29HS-D in Scipio/Holden, Utah

K29HV-D in La Barge, etc., Wyoming

K29HW-D in Austin, Texas

K29HX-D in Wanship, Utah

K29HY-D in Strong City, Oklahoma

K29HZ-D in Woodward, etc., Oklahoma

K29IA-D in Centralia, etc., Washington

K29IB-D in Grays River, etc., Washington

K29ID-D in Weeksville, Montana

K29IE-D in St. James, Minnesota

K29IF-D in Frost, Minnesota

K29IG-D in Sunlight Basin, Wyoming

K29IH-D in Meeteetse, etc., Wyoming

K29II-D in Park City, Utah

K29IM-D in Samak, Utah

K29IN-D in Coalville and adjacent area, Utah

K29IP-D in Corpus Christi, Texas

K29IS-D in Round Mountain, Nevada

K29IT-D in Gateview, Colorado

K29IU-D in Parlin, Colorado

K29IV-D in Fremont, Utah

K29IW-D in Clear Creek, Utah

K29IX-D in Caineville, Utah

K29IY-D in Ferron, Utah

K29IZ-D in Huntington, Utah

K29JA-D in Alton, Utah

K29JB-D in Moses Lake, Washington

K29JD-D in Redding, California

K29JF-D in Rolla, Missouri

K29JL-D in Las Animas, Colorado

K29JN-D in Gold Beach, Oregon

K29JO-D in Douglas, Wyoming

K29JP-D in East Price, Utah

K29JQ-D in Fishlake Resort, Utah

K29JW-D in Granite Falls, Minnesota

K29KD-D in Delta, Utah

K29KE-D in Big Falls, Minnesota

K29KH-D in Kasilof, Alaska

K29KJ-D in Orovada, Nevada

K29KR-D in Camas Valley, Oregon

K29KT-D in Thoreau, New Mexico

K29LB-D in Vernal, etc., Utah

K29LC-D in Truth Or Consequences, New Mexico

K29LG-D in Soda Springs, Idaho

K29LJ-D in Altus, Oklahoma

K29LL-D in Phoenix/Talent, Oregon

K29LN-D in Santa Rosa, New Mexico

K29LV-D in Jackson, Minnesota

K29MK-D in Deming, New Mexico

K29NM-D in Spokane, Washington

K29NO-D in The Dalles, Oregon

K38LU-D in Billings, Montana

K40AD-D in Cottonwood, etc., Arizona

K41HC in Springfield, Missouri

K41IW-D in Polson, Montana

K42JA-D in Hot Springs, Montana

K46HL-D in Susanville, etc., California

K48GG-D in Hawthorne, Nevada

K48GQ-D in Redwood Falls, Minnesota

K49DM-D in Coos Bay, Oregon

K49IC-D in Salmon, Idaho

K51FK-D in Rockaway Beach, Oregon

KBFX-CD in Bakersfield, California

KBJE-LD in Tyler, Texas

KBWF-LD in Sioux City, Iowa

KCYU-LD in Yakima, Washington

KDEN-TV in Longmont, Colorado

KDKF in Klamath Falls, Oregon

KDOS-LD in Globe, Arizona

KECA-LD in Eureka, California

KEPB-TV in Eugene, Oregon

KFTR-DT in Ontario, California

KFXL-LD in Lufkin, Texas

KGAN in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

KGRQ-LD in Gila River Indian Community, Arizona

KHDS-LD in Salina, Kansas

KITU-TV in Beaumont, Texas

KMBC-TV in Kansas City, Missouri

KMSG-LD in Fresno, California

KNKC-LD in Lubbock, Texas

KPIX-TV in San Francisco, California

KPLO-TV in Pierre, South Dakota

KPSE-LD in Palm Springs, California

KQMM-CD in Santa Maria, California

KRBC-TV in Abilene, Texas

KSAS-LP in Dodge City, Kansas

KSTF in Scottsbluff, Nebraska

KTAZ in Phoenix, Arizona

KTUZ-TV in Shawnee, Oklahoma

KTXA in Fort Worth, Texas

KTZT-CD in Tulsa, Oklahoma

KUHM-TV in Helena, Montana

KUPT in Hobbs, New Mexico

KUPX-TV in Provo, Utah

KVCW in Las Vegas, Nevada

KWBQ in Santa Fe, New Mexico

KWNB-LD in McCook, Nebraska

KWOG in Springdale, Arkansas

W29CI-D in Salem, Illinois

W29DE-D in Hayesville, North Carolina

W29DH-D in Moorefield, West Virginia

W29DM-D in Lewisburg, Tennessee

W29DN-D in Athens, Georgia

W29DP-D in Welch, West Virginia

W29DT-D in Tuscaloosa, Alabama

W29EE-D in San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico

W29EG-D in Zanesville, Ohio

W29EZ-D in Elmira, New York

W40CV-D in Jacksonville, Illinois

W46ED-D in Willsboro, New York

W47DH-D in Clarks Summit, etc., Pennsylvania

W48DB-D in Coloma, Wisconsin

WANN-CD in Atlanta, Georgia

WAUR-LD in Ottawa, Illinois

WAZS-LD in North Charleston, South Carolina

WBIH in Selma, Alabama

WCHS-TV in Charleston, West Virginia

WCYB-TV in Bristol, Virginia

WDTB-LD in Hamburg, New York

WECP-LD in Panama City, Florida

WEDS-LD in Fort Walton, Florida

WEHG-LD in Wausau, Wisconsin

WEYS-LD in Miami, Florida

WFTC in Minneapolis, Minnesota

WFTS-TV in Tampa, Florida

WGTE-TV in Toledo, Ohio

WGTU in Traverse City, Michigan

WIVN-LD in Newcomerstown, Ohio

WJAC-TV in Bedford, Pennsylvania

WKNO in Memphis, Tennessee

WKTV in Utica, New York

WMAQ-TV in Chicago, Illinois

WMJN-LP in Somerville, Alabama

WMPB in Baltimore, Maryland

WMVJ-CD in Melbourne, Florida

WOMS-CD in Muskegon, Michigan

WORA-TV in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico

WQMY in Williamsport, Pennsylvania

WTCI in Chattanooga, Tennessee

WTTK in Kokomo, Indiana

WUHQ-LD in Grand Rapids, Michigan

WUNJ-TV in Wilmington, North Carolina

WUTF-TV in Worcester, Massachusetts

WUVP-DT in Vineland, New Jersey

WVBT in Virginia Beach, Virginia

WVUE-DT in New Orleans, Louisiana

WXIX-TV in Newport, Kentucky

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KBKV-LD in Columbia, Missouri

WAOH-CD in Akron, Ohio

WBOA-CD in Kittanning, Pennsylvania

WNYJ-TV in West Milford, New Jersey

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K14SC-D in Ashland, Oregon

K24NI-D in Yuma, Arizona

K27DO-D in Bend, etc., Oregon

K31PF-D in Weed, California

K34ND-D in Moses Lake, Washington

K34QA-D in Klamath Falls, Oregon

K38MM-D in International Falls, Minnesota

K39CH-D in Redwood Falls, Minnesota

K39EO-D in Crescent City, California

K39EY-D in Cortez, Colorado

K39IU-D in Springfield, Missouri

K39JC-D in Butte, Montana

K39JS-D in Salt Lake City, Utah

K45KM-D in Bend, Oregon

KABE-CD in Bakersfield, California

KBLR in Paradise, Nevada

KETF-CD in Laredo, Texas

KFPX-TV in Newton, Iowa

KFXO-CD in Bend, Oregon

KGKC-LD in Lawrence, Kansas

KHGS-LD in Glenwood Springs, Colorado

KHIZ-LD in Los Angeles, California

KIAH in Houston, Texas

KJDN-LD in Logan, Utah

KJNB-LD in Jonesboro, Arkansas

KJNE-LD in Jonesboro, Arkansas

KKJB in Boise, Idaho

KMCT-TV in West Monroe, Louisiana

KMMD-CD in Salinas, California

KNSD in San Diego, California

KQDK-CD in Denver, Colorado

KTAZ in Phoenix, Arizona

KWCZ-LD in Sunnyside-Grandview, Washington

KWYT-LP in Yakima, Washington

KXTX-TV in Dallas, Texas

KZLL-LD in Joplin, Missouri

W27DG-D in Millersburg, Ohio

W39CA-D in Fulton, Mississippi

W39CY-D in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

W39DE-D in Cayey, Puerto Rico

W39DF-D in Jacksonville, Florida

WBXH-CD in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

WCZU-LD in Bowling Green, Kentucky

WDTB-LD in Hamburg, New York

WEMT in Greeneville, Tennessee

WETU-LD in Montgomery, Alabama

WFWA in Fort Wayne, Indiana

WGCT-CD in Columbus, Ohio

WHTN in Murfreesboro, Tennessee

WIVM-LD in Canton, Ohio

WIVX-LD in Loudonville, Ohio

WJKP-LD in Corning, New York

WLVT-TV in Allentown, Pennsylvania

WMJF-CD in Towson, Maryland

WNBJ-LD in Jackson, Tennessee

WNYN-LD in New York, New York

WOCB-CD in Marion, Ohio

WQRF-TV in Rockford, Illinois

WSFL-TV in Miami, Florida

WSNN-LD in Sarasota, Florida

WUDM-LD in Wolcott, Indiana

WUNJ-TV in Wilmington, North Carolina

WWBK-LD in Richmond, Virginia

WXCB-CD in Delaware, Ohio

WYHB-CD in Chattanooga, Tennessee

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