KSAW-LD TWIN FALLS, ID

Display
Channel
Physical
Channel
VideoAudioCall Sign       Network/Programming   NicknameNotes
51-1 15.3720pDD5.1 KSAW DTABC "KSAW ABC 51" 
51-215.4480iDD2.0 Laff  
51-315.5480iDD2.0 Escape  
51-415.6480iDD2.0 Grit  

Technical Data

FAC-ID: 59256 
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LPD-LIC:
Granted
Channel 15 Longley-Rice coverage map available. TWIN FALLS, ID
BLDTL-20140325AEJ (f2bc2b2ed173422f9c57cf6212b6c0ea) - App
548' 15 kW DA (  ) Directional Pattern
(0.855 kW + 12.44 dB gain = 15 kW ERP)
35.5 mile contour / 3949 sq. mi. area / Est. Pop. 134,879
110' AGL; 4401' AMSL; (1236585)
Unknown or 0° Elec Beam Tilt; Full Service Filter
[H-Pat] Jampro JUHD-5/3(15)
NAD83: N 42° 43' 45.9", W 114° 24' 56.5" (42.729417, -114.415694) Flat Top Butte (ID)
  TSID: 3623 (0x0E27)

  TSReader Data: HTML Export (08/16/2010)   
  Bitrate Allocation: Constant

Digital
Channel
Display
Channel
Call SignSrc
ID
PMT
PID
VideoDimensionsAspect
Ratio
Video
PID
Video
(Mbps)
PCR
PID
Audio
Type
Audio
PID
Audio
Bitrate
15.351-1KSAW DT720p1280x72016:90x003118.3DD5.10x0034384kbps
15.451-240x0040480i4:30x00410Mbps0x0041DD2.00x0044192kbps
15.551-350x0050480i4:30x00510Mbps0x0051DD2.00x0054192kbps
15.651-460x0060480i4:30x00610Mbps0x0061DD2.00x0064192kbps

Historical, Ownership, Transition, and Translator Data

OperatorScripps-Howard
LicenseeSCRIPPS BROADCASTING HOLDINGS LLC
Call Sign History:
  820615QD    
01/28/1985  K27AO    
11/30/1987  K68CO    
04/26/1996  KSAW-LP    
07/08/2009  KSAW-LD    
Translators:
Call Sign    Ch  LocationTSReader Data
K29GV-D29HAGERMAN, ID  HTML Export (08/16/2010)   
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