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KNJO-LP
America One logo
Holbrook, Arizona
Channels Analog: 6 (VHF)
Digital: CP:15 (UHF)
Affiliations America One
Owner KM Communications
Founded October 17, 2002
First air date October 2005
Call letters’ meaning NavaJO County
Former callsigns K06NL (CP only)
Transmitter Power 0.475 kW
Height 125 m
Facility ID 131162

KNJO-LP is a fully automated low-power television station serving Holbrook, Arizona, as an America One affiliate. It provides over-the-air service in analog on VHF channel 6 from its transmitter about 5 miles (8 km) south-southwest of downtown Holbrook and has a construction permit to build a digital television station on UHF channel 15. KNJO-LP is owned by KM Communications of Skokie, Illinois.

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History

An original construction permit for a low-power television station on channel 6 was granted to KM Communications on October 17, 2002.[1] The original callsign was K06NL, but KM Communications soon changed it to KNJO-LP for Navajo County, of which Holbrook is the county seat.[2] The station was licensed on October 28, 2005 as Holbrook's second local over-the-air television station.[3]

Digital television

In June 2006, the FCC opened a window for low-power television stations to file short-form applications for digital companion channels for the DTV transition. KM Communications applied for UHF channel 15 for KNJO-LD on June 30, 2006[4] and on January 12, 2007, the FCC granted a construction permit to build the station, to expire in three years.[5]

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