KTSS-LP
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CityHope
Channels
Programming
AffiliationsDefunct (formerly Independent (primary)
Ion Television (secondary))
Ownership
OwnerArtex TV, LLC
History
FoundedApril 10, 1994 - March 21, 2017
Former call signs
K07VR (1994)
K55HO (1996)
American Independent Network (1996-1998)
PAX (1998-2005)
i: Independent Television (2005–2007)
Technical information
Facility ID58995
ClassLow Power Television - LPTV
ERP14.5 kW
Transmitter coordinates33°39′26″N 93°33′0″W / 33.65722°N 93.55000°W / 33.65722; -93.55000

KTSS-LP was a low-powered community television station broadcasting from Hope, Arkansas on channel 50. The station was viewable throughout much of southwestern Arkansas with an over-the-air digital broadcast antenna and was also available on local cable television providers throughout the region. The channel aired a wide variety of local shows which it produced, as well as paid religious programming and infomercials.

KTSS-LP also occasionally served as a secondary Ion Television affiliate for the area.

The station was founded in 1994 by Kevin McKinnon and the non-profit group Christian Community Television (CCT). McKinnon and Sandra May purchased the station's assets in 1998 to operate the station commercially as Hope Television, Inc. McKinnon and May sold KTSS-LP to Greg Bobo and Joyce Bobo (Artex TV, LLC) in 2002. The station closed permanently in March 2017. From 2001 to 2005, KTSS-LP aired rebroadcasts of NBC affiliate KTAL-TV's 6 P.M. and 10 P.M. newscasts with the newscast being replayed on KTSS-LP at 6:30 P.M. and 10:30 P.M.

KTSS-LP's license was cancelled by the Federal Communications Commission on June 8, 2021 for failure to file a license renewal application.