The KQHO zombie walk continues

KQHO-LP, channel 56, currently licensed to Beaumont with a transmitter near Devers, has applied to switch frequencies when it completes its zombie walk to Houston.

Channel 56 is “out-of-core” ever since the digital transition, which reduced the TV back to channels 2-51. The owners, LMO Christian Media, have found a suitable frequency to relocate their signal: channel 20.

They obviously won’t be able to identify as channel 20, since KTXH uses that channel ID. By the PSIP standard, KQHO will have to identify as channel 19 when they go on the air.

The projected signal pattern of the new station will put all of its signal over eastern, southern and southwestern Harris County.

Expect a religious format on this station.

Posted on June 9, 2011, in Up and Down the Dial and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Really, KQHO-LP should map to 56, since that’s where the analog is/was.

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