OnTV4U

OnTV4U (often capitalized as ONTV4U) is an American television network that airs a 24/7 infomercial format. It can be seen through various cable providers and on terrestrial affiliates (listed).

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KBTV-CD

KBTV-CD, virtual channel 8 (UHF digital channel 27), known on-air as Crossings TV, is a television station in Sacramento, California, United States, broadcasting locally as a multicultural independent station. KBTV-CD is also available throughout the Central Valley on Xfinity channel 398. It is owned by HC2 Holdings. KBTV-CD's transmitter is located in downtown Sacramento. The station broadcasts programs in various ethnic languages as well as programming from Shop LC (formerly Liquidation Channel) during the late-night hours.

KEXT-CD

KEXT-CD was a television station in the San Francisco Bay Area, broadcasting on virtual channel 27.

KJJM-LD

KJJM-LD is a low-power digital television station in the Dallas, Texas area of the United States, broadcasting locally on channel 34.

The station was first established as K46EV on channel 46 as a FamilyNet affiliate, then on February 18, 2000 the call letters changed to KJJM. In 2005, the station moved its broadcasts to channel 34 to make way for KTAQ's channel 46 digital signal, and switched affiliates to LAT TV in 2006.

For several weeks after LAT TV folded on May 20, 2008, KJJM was running a test pattern without FCC-required station IDs, putting the owners in danger of fines and other penalties. In September 2008 the station began broadcasting infomercials until the Universal Access Network was established in November 2008.

From November 2008 until June 2011, KJJM broadcast Universal Access Network programming, including the daily Access Live hosted by Pastor Lee Sherrell and produced at the KJJM studios. Weekend programming includes local Dallas ministry programs produced live at KJJM. The schedule also included syndicated programs, a handful of old movies, cartoons, classic TV shows including Bonanza, and programs from other sources.

In June 2011, Universal Access Network moved to full-power station KTAQ on subchannel 47.2.

In June 2013, KJJM-LD was slated to be sold to Landover 5 LLC as part of a larger deal involving 51 other low-power television stations; the sale fell through in June 2016. Mako Communications sold its stations, including KJJM-LD, to HC2 Holdings in 2017.KJJM is not currently available on cable systems in the immediate Dallas/Mesquite area.

KMMK-LP

KMMK was a low power analog station that used to show the MTV Tr3́s network. It has since gone off the air as of 2019.

KOHC-CD

KOHC-CD, virtual channel and UHF digital channel 45, is an Azteca América-owned and operated television station located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States. The station is owned by HC2 Holdings. KOHC-CD maintains studios located near Northwest 38th Street and MacArthur Boulevard in Warr Acres, and its transmitter is located near Southeast 104th Street and South Bryant Avenue in south Oklahoma City (on the city limits of Moore). The station is available on Cox Communications digital cable channel 438 and AT&T U-verse channel 38.

KPDR-LD

For the Wheeler, Texas-based FM radio station KPDR, see KPDR (FM).KPDR-LP is a low power television station servicing Salt Lake City, Utah. Founded in 2004, the station currently broadcasts from Kessler Peak in the Oquirrh Mountains. KPDR is primarily a Youtoo TV affiliate, but it also broadcasts several locally produced programs and sports shows.

KPTN-LD

KPTN-LD is a Home Shopping Network affiliate for the St. Louis market, licensed in St. Louis, Missouri, owned and operated by HC2 Holdings. The station broadcasts on virtual channel 7 (digital channel 36).

From 1991 to 2001, the station was an affiliate of The Box music channel. KPTN later picked up the Home Shopping Network in 2003.

The station began broadcasting HSN on 7.1 infrequently in June 2011. In November 2011 the SBN Christian Network began broadcasting on 7.2. The CoolTV returned to St. Louis on 7.3 in late December 2012 (until 2013). 7.4 has a title card announcing P-TV coming soon as of late December 2012. The station appeared to go silent in late December 2011. As of at least June 24, 2012, it was back on the air, with programming as noted above. In May 2015, three more subchannels were added, however, while 7.7 was displaying as OnTV4U, the programming was actually being broadcast on 7.4, which was displaying as LIQUID, while 7.7 was broadcasting a test pattern.

In June 2013, KPTN-LD was slated to be sold to Landover 5 LLC as part of a larger deal involving 51 other low-power television stations; the sale fell through in June 2016. Mako Communications sold its stations, including KPTN-LD, to HC2 Holdings in 2017.

KVAT-LD

KVAT-LD, digital channel 17, is a low-power television station licensed to Garfield, Texas (Austin market). The station is owned by HC2 Holdings.

The station was originally an affiliate of LAT TV, a Houston-based Spanish-language television network that launched in May 2006; however, the network folded 2 years later.

In December 2010, the station's call letters changed from KVAT-LP to KVAT-LD.

In June 2013, KVAT-LD was slated to be sold to Landover 5 LLC as part of a larger deal involving 51 other low-power television stations; the sale fell through in June 2016. Mako Communications sold its stations, including KVAT-LD, to HC2 Holdings in 2017.

Media in Cleveland

The following is a list of media in Cleveland, Ohio, United States.

Sutro Tower

Sutro Tower is a 977 ft (298 m) three-pronged TV and radio antenna tower in San Francisco, California. Rising from a hill between Twin Peaks and Mount Sutro near Clarendon Heights, it is a prominent feature of the city skyline and a landmark for city residents and visitors. The tower was the tallest structure in San Francisco from the time of its completion until 2017, when it was surpassed by the Salesforce Tower.

Named after the family of Adolph Sutro, a businessman and former mayor of San Francisco whose grandson, Adolph Gilbert Sutro, built a mansion, La Avanzada, on their property in the highest peaks of San Francisco. In 1948, the mansion and property was sold to the American Broadcasting Company, where it became the original home of their San Francisco operation as KGO Television. The tower stands 297.8 m (977 ft) above ground and 552 m (1,811 ft) above sea level. It is the second tallest structure in the city by ground-to-tip height, though its mountain location overlooks the city's downtown skyscrapers.

W20EJ-D

W20EJ-D is a digital low-power television station in San Juan, Puerto Rico, transmitting over digital channel 20, virtual 26. The station serves as an Azteca América O&O station that is owned by HC2 Holdings, and its licensee is HC2 LPTV Holdings, Inc.

The station's signal is relayed throughout Puerto Rico through a low-power satellite station: and W27DZ-D (channel 27) in Mayaguez. W27DZ-D is also owned by HC2 Holdings.

W20EJ-D formerly operated W31DL-D (channel 31) in Ponce, serving the southern Puerto Rico area. W31DL-D was owned by Howard Mintz. The station shut down on August 1, 2018 and the license was canceled on October 4, 2018.

In June 2013, W20EJ-D (as W26DK-D), W31DL-D, and W27DZ-D (as W51DJ-D) were slated to be sold to Landover 5 LLC as part of a larger deal involving 49 other low-power television stations; the sale fell through in June 2016. Howard Mintz sold three stations, including W26DK-D, to HC2 Holdings in 2017; concurrently, HC2 purchased W51DJ-D from Sean D. Mintz.

WBXA-CD

WBXA-CD is a low-power, Biz Television-affiliated television station licensed to Birmingham. Owned by L4 Media Group, it broadcasts a standard definition digital signal on UHF channel 24 from a transmitter located along Golden Crest Drive atop Red Mountain in southern Birmingham. The height above average terrain for WBXA-CD is 380 feet.

WEKA-LD

WEKA-LD is a digital low-powered television station serving the Cleveland-Akron-Canton, Ohio media market. Licensed to Canton, Ohio, the station is owned by DTV America Corporation. The station broadcasts its digital signal on UHF channel 27 (virtual channel 41 via PSIP).

WIWN

WIWN, virtual channel 68 (VHF digital channel 5), is a television station licensed to Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, United States, carrying a number of networks, including the NBCUniversal-owned classic television network Cozi TV on its primary subchannel. Owned by CNZ Communications, WIWN is sister to Milwaukee-licensed low-powered, Class A station WMKE-CD (channel 21). The two outlets share studios on West Stratton Drive in suburban New Berlin; WIWN's transmitter is located on North Humboldt Boulevard in Milwaukee's Estabrook Park neighborhood. Although the station mainly serves the Milwaukee area, it is officially assigned by Nielsen to the Green Bay–Appleton media market due to its city of license residing in the Green Bay market.

WKOB-LD

WKOB-LD is a low-powered television station in New York City, licensed, owned and operated by HC2 Holdings.

WKUW-LD

WKUW-LD is a Digital low-powered television station that is licensed to White House, Tennessee and is serving the Nashville, Tennessee area. It broadcasts a digital signal on UHF channel 40.

WMKE-CD

WMKE-CD, virtual and UHF digital channel 21, is a low-powered, Class A television station licensed to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. Owned by CNZ Communications, it is a sister station to Fond du Lac-licensed Cozi TV affiliate WIWN (channel 68). The two stations share studios on West Stratton Drive in suburban New Berlin; WMKE-CD's transmitter is located at the Milwaukee PBS tower on Milwaukee's northeast side.

WQDI-LD

WQDI-LD is a digital low-powered television station serving the Cleveland-Akron-Canton, Ohio media market. Licensed to Canton, Ohio, the station is owned by DTV America Corporation, which also owns WEKA-LD. The station broadcasts its digital signal on UHF channel 21 (virtual channel 20 via PSIP). The station's independent channel (.7) carries infomercial programming.

WZCK-LD

WZCK-LD is a low-power digital television station in the Madison, Wisconsin area, and officially twin-licensed to both Madison and Middleton. The station is owned and operated by DTV America Corporation.

WZCK was originally known as W08CK, and broadcast a low-power analog television signal on channel 8. The station was owned by the Science of Identity Foundation, a new religious movement with Hindu roots, and broadcast music, some religious programming, and a station ID from a transmitter atop the Tenney Building near the Wisconsin State Capitol and a signal only strong enough to cover the central Madison Isthmus and the UW campus. Though it was off the air for most of the 2010s, W08CK was for a time the only station in Madison to broadcast on the VHF band (WISC-TV left analog channel 3 for digital channel 50 in the 2009 digital TV transition; WMSN-TV would relocate its physical digital signal from 11 to 49 earlier in the 2010s).

By 2016, W08CK would be acquired by DTV America, an owner/operator of LPTV stations throughout the U.S. With the silent station rechristened WZCK-LD, DTV America proceed to construct a digital signal on physical channel 36 at the WKOW studio/transmitter link tower on the west side of Madison. On November 16, 2016, WZCK began digital broadcasting.

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