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San Francisco, California
City of license Vallejo, California
Branding TeleFutura 66
Channels Digital: 34 (UHF)
Subchannels 66.1 KFSF (Telefutura)
66.2 KDTV (Univisión)
Affiliations TeleFutura
Owner Univision Communications, Inc.
(TeleFutura San Francisco, LLC)
First air date November 25, 1986
Call letters’ meaning TeleFutura San Francisco
Sister station(s) KDTV-DT
Former callsigns KPST-TV (November 25, 1986 to January 13, 2002)
KFSF (January 14, 2002 to December 31, 2003)
KFSF-TV (January 1, 2004 to June 12, 2009)
Former channel number(s) Analog:
66 (UHF, November 25, 1986 to June 12, 2009)
Former affiliations Asian/HSN (November 25, 1986 to January 13, 2002)
Transmitter Power 150 kW
Height 419 m
Facility ID 51429
Transmitter Coordinates 37°45′19″N 122°27′6″W / 37.75528°N 122.45167°W / 37.75528; -122.45167
Website TeleFutura

KFSF-DT (Channel 66) is a Univision-owned television station affiliated with TeleFutura, their new Spanish-language 24-hour network founded in January 14, 2002. KFSF is licensed to Vallejo and serves the San Francisco Bay Area. A sister station to KDTV-DT, KFSF features additional programming choices. Sports, including boxing and soccer; productions from Mexico by Televisa or Galavision (Mexico) and Venezuela; and nightly major Hollywood movies, dubbed in Spanish are KFSF's significant offerings. KDTV is also available on KFSF's digital subchannel (66.2).

Channel 66 began telecasts in November 25, 1986 as KPST-TV, providing a combination of Asian productions and affiliation with the Home Shopping Network.

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