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KSPX-TV, virtual channel 29 (UHF digital channel 48, is an Ion Television owned-and-operated television station licensed to Sacramento, California, United States. The station is owned by Ion Media Networks. KSPX-TV's offices are located on Mather Field Road in Rancho Cordova, and its transmitter is located in Walnut Grove.

HistoryEdit

The station first signed on the air on August 27, 1990 as KCMY; it originally operated as an independent station with a general entertainment format. Paxson Communications (the forerunner to Ion Media Networks) purchased the station in 1998, changing its call sign to KSPX. The station became a charter owned-and-operated station of its new Pax TV network (later i: Independent Television and now Ion Television) on August 31, 1998.

In 2014, KSPX began simulcasting Telemundo affiliate KCSO-LD on digital subchannel 33.2.


TV stations in California
KPXN, Los Angeles

KIEM-DT2, Eureka
KSPX, Sacramento
KKPX, San Francisco
KION, Monterey
KNSO-DT3, Merced

TV stations in Northern California, including Sacramento, Stockton, and Modesto
KCRA 3 (NBC)

KVIE 6 (PBS)
KBTV-CD 8 (Ind)
KXTV 10 (ABC)
KOVR 13 (CBS)
KUVS 19 (UNI)
K20JX-D 20 (3ABN)
KEZT-CD 23 (UNI)
KBSV 23 (Ind)
K20JX-D 27 (3ABN)
KSPX 29 (Ion)
KMAX 31 (CW)
KSTV-LP 32 (JTV)
KFKK-LD 32 (DrTV)
KCSO-LD/KMUM-CD/KMMW-LD 33 (TLM)
K04QR-D 38 (Info)
KTXL 40 (Fox)
KAHC-LD 43 (Stadium)
KRJR-LP 44 (Daystar)
KFMS-LD 47 (Info)
KSAO-LD 49 (AZA)
KMSX-LD 51 (IBN)
KQCA 58 (MNTV)
KACA-LP 61 (Daystar)
KTFK 64 (UMas)

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