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KBSV
Ceres, California
Branding KBSV-TV 23, AssyriaVision
Channels Digital: 15 (UHF)
Affiliations Independent
Owner Bet-Nahrain, Inc.
First air date April 14, 1996
Sister station(s) KBES
Former channel number(s) Analog:
23 (UHF, 1996-2009)
Transmitter Power 421 watts
Height 595 m
Facility ID 4939
Transmitter Coordinates 37°29′33″N 121°13′33″W / 37.4925°N 121.22583°W / 37.4925; -121.22583
Website www.betnahrain.org/kbsv

KBSV (TV 23 Assyria Vision) is an Assyrian television station broadcasing on digital UHF channel 15, that serves the Modesto, Stockton, and Sacramento, California areas.

It was the first Assyrian television station in the world, and began broadcasting on April 14, 1996. It began webcasting 24 hours a day in 1997. The station is owned by Bet-Nahrain, Inc., which also owns and operates the Bet-Nahrain Assyrian Cultural Center in Ceres, California, and KBES radio (89.5 FM).

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