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BrandingTreasure Valley CW 2.2 (general)
CBS 2 News on The CW (newscasts)
Affiliations35.1: CW+ (2011–present)
35.2: TBD
35.3: Comet
35.4: Stadium
35.5: Dabl
First air date
November 10, 1993 (1993-11-10)
(original station)
October 1, 2012 (10 years ago) (2012-10-01)
(current station)
Last air date
September 10, 2012 (2012-09-10)
(18 years, 305 days)
(original station)
Former call signs
K66EV (1993–2000)
K35GE (2000–2004)
KUNS-LP (2004–2006)
KUNB-LP (2006–2009)
KYUU-LP (2009–2012)
Former channel number(s)
66 (UHF, 1993–2000)
35 (UHF, 2000–2009)
Telefutura (2002–2008)
CBS (as KBOI repeater, 2008–2009)
RTV (2009–2011)
Technical information
Licensing authority
Facility ID190303
ERP8.8 kW
HAAT852 m (2,795 ft)
Transmitter coordinates43°45′20.8″N 116°5′57″W / 43.755778°N 116.09917°W / 43.755778; -116.09917
Translator(s)KBOI-DT 2.2 (9.2 VHF)
Public license information

KYUU-LD (channel 35) is a low-power television station in Boise, Idaho, United States, affiliated with The CW Plus. It is owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group alongside CBS affiliate KBOI-TV (channel 2). Both stations share studios on North 16th Street in downtown Boise, while KYUU-LD's transmitter is located at the Bogus Basin ski area summit in unincorporated Boise County.

In addition to its own digital signal, KYUU-LD is simulcast in 720p high definition on KBOI-TV's second digital subchannel (2.2, hence the Treasure Valley CW 2.2 branding) from the same transmitter site.


The station signed on November 10, 1993 with the call sign K66EV and airing an analog signal on UHF channel 66. Until mid-December 2008, it was affiliated with the Spanish-language network Telefutura as K35GE, later KUNB-LP and broadcasting on channel 35. The station then began to simulcast sister station KBCI-TV (now KBOI-TV) until July 1, 2009, when it joined the Retro Television Network; the KYUU-LP call letters were assigned on June 10. At one point in time, the station was listed as a Univision affiliate but has never been affiliated with that network.

On September 12, 2011, KYUU-LP became Boise's CW affiliate, with RTV programming moving to a subchannel on ABC affiliate KIVI-TV (channel 6). At some point in 2012, KYUU-LP shut down its analog signal and started broadcasting in digital on channel 28, using 35.1 for its PSIP. On April 11, 2013, Fisher Communications announced that it would sell its properties, including KYUU-LD, to the Sinclair Broadcast Group.[1] The deal was completed on August 8, 2013.[2]

Technical information


The station's digital signal is multiplexed:

Channel Video Aspect Short name Programming[3]
35.1 720p 16:9 CW35 Treasure Valley CW
35.2 480i TBD TBD
35.3 Comet Comet
35.4 Stadium Stadium
35.5 Dabl Dabl

See also


  1. ^ Malone, Michael (April 11, 2013). "Sinclair to Acquire Fisher Stations for $373 Million". Broadcasting & Cable. Retrieved April 12, 2013.
  2. ^ "Sinclair Broadcast Group Closes On Fisher Communications Acquisition". All Access. August 8, 2013. Retrieved August 8, 2013.
  3. ^ RabbitEars TV Query for KYUU-LD