KBAX-LP is a low-power television station in Twin Falls, Idaho, broadcasting on local digital UHF channel 27. Founded in 1999, it is owned by Christian
Broadcasting of Idaho, Inc. KBAX is an affiliate of the Retro Television Network (RTV), a system of television stations that air classic television shows as well as more recently produced programs. RTV programming is a round-the-clock schedule of shows dating from the 1950s along with rarely seen older programming and more recently-produced programming, such as "Cold Squad," "Da Vinci's Inquest" as well as reality and documentary programming, including reruns of "Cold Case Files." RTV also features a Saturday morning block of vintage cartoon programming. KBAX also carries local news programs. KBAX is a multiplexed channel, with four subchannels. Channel 27.1 carries KBAX and FamilyNet programs; 27.2 shows FamilyNet Television, dedicated to providing responsible, relevant, and entertaining viewing choices for today's diverse family; 27.3 carries America One, which airs primarily international sports programming in prime time, reruns and syndicated programming during the day, and 27.4 broadcasts Revenue Frontier, a shop-at-home and entrepeurship station.