KAXT Channel ONE

KAXT-CD is a low-power Class A television station in San Francisco, California, broadcasting on local digital UHF channel 42 and virtual channel 1. Founded in ... See more 1989, it is owned by Broadland Properties, Inc. KAXT is an independent community channel, with 20 subchannels to broadcast to the wide diversity of peoples in the Bay Area. Channel 1.1 shows WhatsOn, an Electronic Program Guide listing of all over-the-air TV stations in the San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose DMA; 1.2 airs My Family TV, with family-friendly television programs; 1.3 offers Diya TV, a South Asian-language broadcast channel; 1.4 shows Bounce TV, an African-American broadcast channel showing classic television programs; 1.5 is Quê Hương, a Vietnamese-language channel; 1.6 broadcasts NetV, with Vietnamese and English content; 1.7 shows EMTV (Entertainment Movie Television) in Vietnamese-language programming; 1.8 airs Pnoi TV, a Filipino broadcast channel; 1.9 broadcasts TVHS, a Taiwanese-language channel; 1.10 shows Tiempos Finales, a Spanish-language Christian inspirational channel; 1.11 offers Jewelry Television, a shop-at-home service; 1.12 airs Corner Store, a shop-at-home service. The channel has eight audio-only subchannels. Channel 1.13 with Brioso Classical Music station;1.14 with Vietnamese-language content; 1.15 with Mixed Classical music; 1.16 with Classic Hindi/Bollywood music; 1.17 with Bhajans, a spiritual station; 1.18 with Desi Jams, a modern Hindi music station; 1.19 with Tagalog-language programs; 1.20 with Punjabi Radio USA. KAXT was previously affiliated with TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Network) from 1989 until 2003 and AlmaVision from 2003 until 2006.

60 tune ins KAXT-CD Digital Channel: 42 Virtual Channel: 1

San Francisco - California, United States