It is KXTV-LD 36Does the translator have its own call letters? I checked for one the first few days it was on but didn't see any (I sometimes got KICU in, and tuning to that got KXTV's new translator in its place when it came on.) I get both it and their VHF signal though reception of that has always been inconsistent- they really needed to do something about it if they wanted people here to watch. Wondering if they'll put something back on 10-3, Movies! was one of the only channels I really cared about. (On my LG TV, if you manually enter channel 10-3 the VHF channel name will show as "Blank" with no sound or picture signals but signal strength shows it as present but my TV won't let me add it back into available channels and there doesn't seem to be such a channel on the UHF translator. When KMTP was on full-power, their two blank channels 32-2 and 32-4 always showed up in the available channels, also showing a signal being present but triggering the TV's wallpaper as no picture or sound were actually there.)
This is incorrect. It is a digital replacement translator, exactly as dhett describes.It is not a translator. It is a Low Power DTV.. KXTV-LD.
As dhett states, it lacks its own call sign. KXTV-LD does not exist.Wouldn't they have to show "KXTV-TV and LD" in their legal IDs then?
The former virtual 12, KQSL-LD, transmitting from Mt. Tamalpais in Marin County, changed to virtual 17 a few weeks ago. RF 12 is KNTV, virtual channel 11, transmitting from Mt. San Bruno. I'm not sure what you were receiving.I picked up 12.3,12.4 12.5 RF12,no picture or info.Also KQED RF 9 appeared ,was working good but lost on rescan.Cant find any info on LARRYS LIST.
Does anyone know how to contact KMAX about programming? I can't find any contact info on line.
They're showing Major Crimes on Saturday evening but recently only every other episode. Pretty hard to watch a 5 part story when only 2 episodes are shown.
I thought maybe it was showing on different nights but scrolling through the guide for a week didn't find any other showings.