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KAME-TV
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Reno, Nevada
Branding My21
Channels Digital: 20 (UHF)
Affiliations MyNetworkTV
Owner Ellis Communications, Inc.
(controlled by Cox Enterprises, Inc.)
First air date October 11, 1981
Sister station(s) KRXI-TV
Former channel number(s) Analog:
21 (UHF, 1981-2009)
Former affiliations independent (1981-1986)
Fox (1986-1996)
UPN (1996-2006)
Transmitter Power 53 kW
Height 176 m
Facility ID 19191
Transmitter Coordinates 39°35′3″N 119°47′51″W / 39.58417°N 119.7975°W / 39.58417; -119.7975
Website www.foxreno.com

KAME-TV, My 21, is the MyNetworkTV television network affiliate for Reno, Nevada. It broadcasts on digital channel 20, and is co-managed with the Cox-owned local Fox affiliate KRXI, under a local marketing agreement. KAME was the original Fox affiliate until 1996 when KRXI was launched. After that station took the Fox affiliation away, KAME eventually became affiliated with UPN.

KAME's transmitter is located in Sun Valley, Nevada.

KAME shares the "My21" moniker with KRVU-TV of Chico, California.

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