Updated 29 Jan. 2019
@webscare | Posted 28 Jan. 2019
KILM Channel 64 is known as an Ion Media Networks channel operating in LA; Ion Life, the subsidiary of Ion Media Networks owns it. The network has a sibling KPXN-TV based in San Bernardino to which it shares a duopoly. The studios are situated in Burbank on West Olive Avenue, however; the transmitter place is Mount Wilson.
The history of KILM goes back to 1987, a KVVT was established for Barstow license. This was known as the only independent station to telecast local news in the area of Mojave Desert, at that time. In 1989, due to lack of receiving a good reception from KABC, KILM affiliated with ABC. In 1992, the call-letters were flipped into KHIZ, and the signal strength in the Mojave Desert was also increased by KABC in the exact same year and eventually the association with ABC was exterminated by KHIZ.
The format of the channel
was changed from Fast Forward to 2000s, plus they also changed its service
area. In 2007, Sunbelt Television, Inc. was taken by Multicultural Broadcasting
and as the ownership transferred the format of the station was once again
flipped into ethnic content.KILM Channel 64 Los Angeles Watch Online here.
Inland Empire Live (broadcasting in the whole region of Inland Empire) was a weekday morning news show that was used to telecast on KHIZ; it was receiving that service from a satellite from the WSEE-TV (an Erie-based service) in Pennsylvania. An operational control was taken by filmOn under an agreement of local marketing on 1 September 2012; they renamed it then into KILM, the ILM in the call-letters reflect the importance of FilmOn.
On 25 November 2013, it separated itself from FilmOn and swapped the content with paid stuff. On July 12, 2014, all types of paid content were removed from the scheduled and instead they started to use evangelic content of SonLife Broadcasting Network in place of that. On 1 August 2017, another LMA was started with Punch TV, and it commenced the brokered material at KILM.