KJTV-TV launched on Dec 11, 1981 is a Fox affiliate broadcasting from Lubbock, TX. Owned by Ramar Communications, the channel shares duopoly with KLCW and is a sibling to four other LP channels including KJTV-CD, KMYL-LD, KXTQ-CD and KLBB-LD. It also is a sister to seven radios with one AM and Six FM’s. All television and radio sisters are located in the same facility at 98th Street and University Avenue in South Lubbock which also houses transmitters of KLCW and KJTV-TV.
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Channel 34 first went on air in 1967 as KKBC under the ownership of KB Company with offices and transmitter located at the tallest downtown building. The calls were changed to KMXN-TV and the transmitter was shifted to a new tower built at 98th and University Avenue. Due to financial issues the channel shut down and the license was returned to FCC in mid-70s. Ramar later on acquired the newly built towers for the television and its transmitter and a newly channel KJAA was launched on Dec 11, 1981. The callsign was changed to KJTV on Aug 16, 1985 before signing with Fox as its new charter affiliate in 1986. For a small period of time, it struck a secondary affiliation with Prime Time Entertainment Network before adding the TV suffix to its call letters on Oct 2, 2000.
Syndicated programs produced by the channel include How I Met Your Mother, Tamron Hall, The People’s Court, Two and a Half Men, and The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Local news, Texas Headlines, New Mexico News, weather and sports updates, videos, contests and more is available online. Find Fox 34 on Facebook and Twitter. Here is the website: https://www.fox34.com/