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KAJB
Telefutura network logo
El Centro, California/Yuma, Arizona
City of license Calipatria, California
Branding TeleFutura 54
Channels Digital: 36 (UHF)
Affiliations TeleFutura
Owner Calipatria Broadcasting Company, LLC
(JSA with Entravision Communications Corporation)
First air date 2000
Sister station(s) KVYE
Former channel number(s) Analog:
54 (UHF, 2000-2009)
Former affiliations independent (2000-2002)
Transmitter Power 155 kW
Height 476 m
Facility ID 40517
Transmitter Coordinates 33°3′5.3″N 114°49′43.2″W / 33.051472°N 114.828667°W / 33.051472; -114.828667
Website TeleFutura

KAJB is a full-service television station licensed to Calipatria, California and serving as the Telefutura affiliate for the Imperial Valley television market, which includes the cities of Yuma, Arizona and El Centro, California. It broadcasts in digital on UHF channel 36 with a virtual channel of 54.x. KAJB is owned by Calipatria Broadcasting Company and operated by Entravision, (the owner of Univision affiliate KVYE) under a joint sales agreement (JSA).

Digital television

KAJB was originally assigned UHF channel 50 for its digital companion channel, however, with Mexican television station XHRCS-TV broadcasting on the same frequency from San Luis Rio Colorado, Sonora, KAJB could not build its facilities without causing interference. The station released its allocation and participated in the FCC second round elections, selecting UHF channel 36 for its digital allocation instead. After years of efforts to obtain Mexican coordination for the use of channel 36, KAJB was granted a construction permit to build digital facilities in August 2008, nearly nine years after requesting authorization, and began airing in March 2009.

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