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KVMD is an independent television station licensed to San Bernardino, California, USA. The broadcast signal covers most of the Inland Empire on digital UHF channel 23. KVMD-DT is also available on DirecTV and Dish Network on channel 31, its former analog channel. The station is also seen throughout the Los Angeles media market on various cable TV systems. - wikipedia

December 1, 1997

analog channel 31, KVMD signed on. While its analog signal was rather weak and could not generally be received beyond Twentynine Palms and Yucca Valley, it sought and obtained carriage on many cable television systems throughout Southern California, as well as satellite TV, due to its fortuitous location in the outskirts of the Los Angeles DMA and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) must-carry rules. KVMD started out broadcasting ethnic programming in Japanese (English subtitled), Korean, Mandarin Cantonese, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Persian, Armenian, Arabic, Hindi, Russian, French, Italian, German, Greek, Portuguese and Spanish before it moved to KXLA in 2001, KVMD aired America's Collectibles Network every night from 1AM to 6AM before it moved to KVMD's sister station KXLA, also this station aired Spanish Religious programming during the daytime. On August 8, 2001 KVMD eliminated their ethnic programming and it moved to KXLA and this station only aired some Japanese (English subtitled), Korean, Mandarin Cantonese, Vietnamese, Hindi, German, Spanish and English programming. On July 29, 2002, its digital signal went on the air on channel 23. This signal is much stronger, potentially reaching 80 times as many viewers over the air as its analog signal, and reaching most of the Inland Empire. It also reaches a good portion of Los Angeles, Orange and part of San Diego counties, but XETV-TDT Tijuana/San Diego, which also broadcast digitally on channel 23, blocked KVMD's signal. - wikipedia

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