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Phoenix, Arizona
Channels Analog: 58 (UHF)
Affiliations Jewelry Television
Owner Daystar Television Network
(Community Television Educators, Inc.)
Founded August 21, 1990
Call letters’ meaning Daystar Television Phoenix
Former callsigns K58DV, KPHZ-LP
Former affiliations The Box
Transmitter Power 23.6 kW
Height 504 m
Facility ID 3169

KDTP-LP is a low-power television station in Phoenix, Arizona, broadcasting locally on channel 58 as a Jewelry Television affiliate. The station is owned by Community Television Educators, Inc., a board set up by Daystar Television Network to manage their non-commercial license (co-owned KDTP) in accordance with FCC regulations.


The original construction permit for low-power television station K58DV was granted to Atrium Broadcasting Company (later Venture Technologies Group) on August 21, 1990, with the transmitter to be located on South Mountain in Phoenix. The FCC granted the license on September 29, 1992. Originally, K58DV aired programming from The Box, a music video channel based in the UK. In February 1996, the station took the call letters KPHZ-LP.

In 2000, the station changed its programming to America's Collectibles Network, or ACN (now Jewelry Television). In September 2002, Venture Technologies Group sold KPHZ-LP to NBC Telemundo, along with stations KPHZ and KPSW-CA (now KTAZ and KPDF-CA, respectively). In June 2006, as part of the Telemundo/Daystar license swap, NBC Telemundo sold KPHZ-LP to Daystar, along with station KDRX-CA (now KDPH-LP). In August 2006, Daystar changed the station's call letters to KDTP-LP.

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