Fox Central Oregon

KFXO-LD is a low-power television station in Bend, Oregon broadcast on local digital UHF channel 39. It is is affiliated with the Fox network and ... See more owned by the News-Press & Gazette Company. Channel 39 is multiplexed, with its main programming from Fox and local programming on 39.1 and on 39.2 , KFXO-DT2, it shows a sister station, KQRE-LP Telemundo. The station began broadcasting as K39DU in 1993 as a relay transmitter of Fox KPDX in Portland. In 1995, it upgraded to low-power level and was renamed to KFXO-LP. The Meredith Corporation acquired KFXO-LP and KPDX in 1997. In 2002, KFXO-LP became its own self-sufficient station. In 2007, Meredith sold KFXO-LP to the News-Press & Gazette Company. In 2002, KFXO started simulcasting newscasts from Portland Fox affiliate KPTV. In January 2006, KFXO started its own separate news department, offering an hour-long prime time broadcast weeknights at 10. In 2007, the show was replaced by one produced by KTVZ and reduced to a half-hour and expanded to seven nights a week. In September 2007, KTVZ began to air its newscasts in 16:9 widescreen enhanced definition and the broadcast on KFXO was included.

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Bend - Oregon, United States