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Los Angeles Area Television Stations

Station Virtual*
Channel
Digital**
Channel
Network
Affiliation
Address Telephone
KCBS 2 43 CBS 4200 Radford Ave, Studio City 91604 (818) 655-2000
KNBC 4 36 NBC 3000 W Alameda Ave, Burbank 91523 (818) 840-4444
KTLA 5 31 CW 5800 Sunset Blvd, Hollywood 90028 (323) 460-5500
KSFV-LP 6 --- Independent 5670 Wilshire Blvd, #1300, Los Angeles 90036 (323) 965-5400
KABC 7 7 ABC 500 Circle Seven Dr, Glendale 91201 (818) 863-7777
KCAL1 9 9 Independent/CBS 4200 Radford Ave, Studio City 91604 (818) 655-2000
KTTV 11 11 Fox 1999 S Bundy Dr, Los Angeles 90025 (310) 584-2000
KCOP2 13 13 MyNetworkTV/Fox 1999 S Bundy Dr, Los Angeles 90025 (310) 584-2000
KSCI 18 18 Independent 1990 S Bundy Dr, Ste 850, Los Angeles 90025 (310) 478-1818
KBBC 20 20 Independent 5757 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles 90045 (323) 216-0063
KWHY 22 42 Telemundo/NBC 3000 W Alameda Ave, Burbank 91523 (818) 840-4444
KVCR 24 26 PBS 701 S Mt Vernon Ave, San Bernardino 92410 (909) 384-4444
KNLA-LP 27 50 Independent 5757 W Century Blvd, Los Angeles 90045 (323) 216-0063
KCET 28 28 PBS 4401 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles 90027 (323) 666-6500
KPXN3 30 38 Ion Media 2600 Olive Ave, Ste 900, Burbank 91505 (818) 563-1005
KJLA 33 57 LATV

2323 Corinth Ave, West Los Angeles 90064

(310) 943-5288
KMEX 34 34 Univision 5999 Center Dr, Los Angeles 90045 (310) 216-3434
LA36 36 --- L.A. Cable TV Access

108 W Second St, #108, Los Angeles 90012

(213) 346-3864
KPAL-LP 38 --- Independent 118 W Avenue I, Ste A, Lancaster 93534 (661) 726-0382
KTBN 40 33 Trinity Broadcasting 3150 Bear St, Costa Mesa 92626 (714) 832-2950
KXLA 44 51 Independent

2323 Corinth Ave, West Los Angeles 90064

(310) 478-0055

KFTR 46 29 Telefutura (Univision)

5999 Center Dr, Los Angeles 90045

(310) 410-8900
KOCE 50 48 PBS 17011 Beach Blvd, Ste 1550, Huntington Beach 92647 (714) 861-4300
KVEA 52 39 Telemundo/NBC 3000 W Alameda Ave, Burbank 91523 (818) 840-4444
KAZA 54 47 Azteca America

1139 Grand Central Ave, Glendale 91201

(818) 241-5400
KDOC 56 32 Independent 625 N Grand Ave, Santa Ana 92701 (949) 442-9800
KLCS 58 41 PBS 1061 W Temple St, Los Angeles 90012 (213) 241-4000
KRCA 62 35 Independent 1845 W Empire Ave, Burbank 91504 (818) 563-5722
KBEH 63 24 MTV Tr3s 5757 W Century Blvd, Ste 490, Los Angeles 90045 (323) 216-0063
KHIZ 64 44 Retro Television PO Box 1468, Victorville 92393

 (760) 241-6464

* Virtual Channel - A channel designation which differs from the actual digital channel or frequency on which the signal travels.
Virtual channels enable viewers to choose the same channel number as previously used with analog television.
** Digital Channel - A communications path that handles only digital signals.

Note: "-LP" are low-power television channels.

1 KCAL TV Channel 9, was purchased by CBS Corporation in 2002 and operates as a sister station to KCBS Channel 2.
2 KCOP TV Channel 13 was transferred in September 2006, along with much of the WB/UPN network, to MyNetworkTV, a
sister network (although separate) to the Fox Network. Both are owned by News Corporation.
3 From 1969 to 1989, KHOF 30, later KZKI, was operated as a religious TV station by Dr. Gene Scott's Faith Tabernacle.
The station was purchased by Paxson Communications in 1995 and was transformed into KPXN 30. Paxson changed its
name to ION Media Networks in 2005.

 

Arbitron reports that, for the 2005-2006 period, the Los Angeles Area market has 5,536,430 television households
with 14.4 million possible viewers who are age 12 plus.

NBC Channel 4 announced in September 1995 a name changeover from "KNBC 4" to "NBC 4." Though the official
FCC registration remains KNBC, the station decided to use the shorter designation due to greater viewer recognition.

In 1964, Gene Autry purchased KTLA of Los Angeles for $14 million. He sold it in 1983 for $245 million.

KSCI Channel 18 of Los Angeles is Los Angeles County’s most linguistically diverse television station and the leading
Asian language television station in the United States It provides programming and entertainment in 14 different languages
including Arabic, Armenian, Khmer, Cantonese-Chinese, English, Farsi, Hindi, Hebrew, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin-
Chinese, Tagalog, Urdu, Vietnamese.

Prior to its purchase by the now-former WB Network in 1995, KTLA Channel 5 was one of the leading independent
TV stations in the nation.

 

 

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