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KDFX-CA Indio / Palm Springs, California Branding Fox 11 (general) NewsChannel 3 HD Channels Analog: 33 (UHF) Digital: KESQ-DT 42.4 (UHF, 33.2 via PSIP) Affiliations Fox Owner News-Press & Gazette Company (Gulf-California Broadcast Company) Founded 1990 Call letters' meaning Desert FoX Sister station(s) KESQ-TV, KCWQ-LP/LD, KUNA-LP, KESQ-AM, KUNA-FM Former callsigns KDBA-LP Former channel number(s) 40 (UHF) Former affiliations CBS (as translator of KECY-TV, 1990-1995) Transmitter power 9.6 kW (analog) 42 kW (KESQ-DT4) Height 171 m (analog) 277 m (KESQ-DT4) Facility ID 51207 (analog) 25577 (KESQ-DT4) Transmitter coordinates 33°51′58″N 116°26′2″W / 33.86611°N 116.43389°W / 33.86611; -116.43389 Website KDFX Fox 11 KDFX-CA is the Class A Fox-affiliated television station for the Coachella Valley licensed to Indio and Palm Springs, California. It broadcasts an analog signal on UHF channel 33 from a transmitter on Edom Hill northeast of Cathedral City and I-10. Owned by the News-Press & Gazette Company, the station is sister to ABC affiliate KESQ-TV, low-powered CW affiliate KCWQ-LP/LD, and low-powered Telemundo affiliate KUNA-LP. All four stations share studios located at 42-650 Melanie Place in Palm Desert. Syndicated programming on KDFX-CA includes: "Anderson", "Family Guy", "The Nate Berkus Show" and "The Simpsons". History KDFX-CA went on-the-air on UHF channel 40 in 1990 originally as a satellite of CBS affiliate KECY-TV in El Centro, California / Yuma, Arizona. It became KDBA-LP on November 1, 1992 but switched to full-time Fox programming in 1995 when KECY switched their affiliation to that network. In 1997, KDBA split off to become a self-supporting affiliate for the Coachella Valley when Pacific Media Corporation (principally controlled by Judge Robinson O. Everett of Wilmington, North Carolina) entered into a management agreement with Lambert Broadcasting of Los Angeles. Lambert invested heavily in KDBA and upgraded the station to Class A status. After becoming a separate stand alone entity, it adopted the current KDFX-CA call letters and the on-air moniker "The Desert Fox". The station was very successful in its first year of operation and Lambert Broadcasting sold its option and management contract to the News Press & Gazette Company just one year later. In the interim, FOX programming came on cable from Los Angeles' KTTV. When KDFX-CA became an independently-run local station, the Coachella Valley area cable companies displaced KTTV-TV and KDFX-CA adopted the "Fox 11" moniker. Overnight, the station simulcasts KESQ-DT4 which is called the "First Alert Weather Channel" and offers The Local AccuWeather Channel. Newscasts NewsChannel 3 HD in the Morning (Weekday Mornings 7 to 9) Anchors: Jeff Stahl Emilie Voss Weather: Jerry Steffen Reporter: June Bulnes NewsChannel 3 HD at 5:30 (Weeknights 5:30 to 6) Anchors: John White Tamara Damante Weather: Ginger Jeffries NewsChannel 3 HD at 10 (10 to 10:30 P.M.) Weeknights Anchors: John White Tamara Damante Weather: Ginger Jeffries Sports: Spencer Linton Reporter: Philippe Djegal Weekends Anchor: Jason Sloss Weather: Ashley Brown Sports: Greg Lee Reporter: Gil Diaz KDFX-CA features additional news personnel from KESQ-TV. See that article for a complete listing. External links KDFX-CA Fox 11 KCWQ-LP/LD "Palm Springs CW 5" Query the FCC's TV station database for KDFX-CA v · d · eTelevision stations in Palm Springs, California and the Coachella Valley Local stations KCWQ-LP/LD (2.3 The CW) • KVER-CA 4 / KVES-LP 28 (UNI) • KEVC-CA 5 (TFU) • K06MB 6 (RTV) • KVPS-LP 8 (Vida) • K09XW 9 / KJHP-LP 18 (PBS) • KYAV-LP 12 (silent) • KUNA-LP/LD (15.1 TMD) • KODG-LP (17.1 PBS-HD, 17.2 OC, 17.3 DS, 17.4 PBS World) • KLPS-LP 19 (silent) • K20HZ 20 (IND) • K21DO 21 (3ABN) • KSHT-LD (22.1 IND / Gala) • KVMD (23.1 IND / A1) • K25GW 25 (A1) • KRET-CA 31 (31.1 MeTV, 31.2 This TV, 31.3 Estrella TV, 31.4 Antenna TV) • KDFX-CA (33.2 Fox) • KMIR (36.1 NBC, 36.2 Mexicanal) • KPSP-CD (38.1 CBS) • K40ID 40 (silent) • KESQ (42.3 ABC, 42.4 Fox, 42.7 TMD, 42.8 The CW, 42.9 AccuWX) • KDUO-LP 43 (Tr3́s) • KIJR-LP 47 (IND / ethnic) • K49HV 49 (IND) • KPSE-LP 50 (MNTV) Cable channels KCET Desert Cities (Public Independent) California television: Bakersfield • Chico-Redding • Eureka • Fresno • Los Angeles • Medford OR • Monterey • Palm Springs • Reno NV • Sacramento • San Diego • San Francisco • Santa Barbara • El Centro CA / Yuma AZ See also: Phoenix TV v · d · eFox Network Affiliates in the state of California KTVU 2 (Oakland / San Francisco) • KECY 9 (El Centro) • KTTV 11 (Los Angeles) • KCVU 20 / KBVU 28 (Chico / Redding / Eureka) • KKFX 24 (Santa Maria) • KMPH 26 / 17 (Visalia / Merced) • KMVU 26 (Yreka/Mt. Shasta) KDFX 33 (Indio / Palm Springs) • KCBA 35 (Salinas) • KTXL 40 (Sacramento) • KBFX 58 (Bakersfield) • KSWB 69 (San Diego) See also: ABC, CBS, CW, Fox, ION, MyNetworkTV, NBC, PBS and Other stations in California v · d · eNews-Press & Gazette Company Daily newspapers Atchison Globe · The Daily Star-Journal · Gladstone Dispatch · Green Acres · Hiawatha World · Johnson County Sun · Kansas City Nursing News · Kearney Courier · Liberty Tribune · Louisburg Herald · Miami County Republic · Osawatomie Graphic · Smithville Herald · St. Joseph News-Press Television stations ABC affiliates KECY-DT2 · KESQ-TV · KIFI-TV · KJCT · KRDO-TV · KVIA-TV Azteca América affiliate KAEP-LP1 CBS affiliate KIDK2 CW affiliates KCWQ-LP · KJCT-DT3 · KIFI-DT3 · KTVZ-DT2 Fox affiliates KDFX-CA · KECY-TV · KFXO MyNetwork TV affiliates KECY-TV3 · KXPI-LD2 NBC affiliate KTVZ Telemundo affiliates KECY-DT2 · KESE-LP · KIFI-DT2 · KJCT-DT2 · KQRE-LP · KUNA-LP Radio stations KESQ-AM · KRDO-AM · KRDO-FM4 · KUNA-FM 1 This station is owned by Hubbard Broadcasting, but is operated by NPG. 2 This station is owned by Fisher Communications, but is operated by NPG. 3 This station carries a secondary MyNetworkTV affiliation on its primary channel. 4 This station is owned by Optima Communications, but is operated by NPG.