|Agoura Hills–Los Angeles, California|
|City||Agoura Hills, California|
|Channels||Digital: 3 (VHF)|
(formerly 3.1: Azteca Corazón
3.2: Azteca Clic
3.3: Azteca Cinema
|Owner||HC2 Holdings |
(DTV America Corporation)
|Founded||March 26, 2004|
First air date
|March 26, 2004 (first incarnation)|
circa April 2016 (second and current incarnation)
Last air date
Former call signs
|K29GA (2004) |
Former channel number(s)
29 (UHF, 2004-2010)
|TBN (2004-2010) |
|HAAT||597 feet (182 m)|
KVTU-LD, virtual and VHF digital channel 3, was a low-power Azteca Corazón-affiliated television station serving Los Angeles, California, United States that was licensed to Agoura Hills. The station was owned by DTV America.
The station signed on the air in 2004 as an owned-and-operated translator of the Trinity Broadcasting Network, relaying the signal from TBN flagship KTBN-TV of Santa Ana. In 2010, TBN took the station silent.
In 2015, DTV America purchased the station.
On October 29, 2020, KVTU-LD's license was canceled by the Federal Communications Commission due to the station having been silent for more than twelve months.
The station's digital signal was multiplexed:
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