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For the station that formerly used this callsign in Dallas–Fort Worth, see KXTX-TV.
Not to be confused with WDTV.

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1979–1990 1990–2013 2013–2019 2019–present
1979–1990 1990–2013 2013–2019 2019–present

1975–1979

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KDTV signed on the air on August 10, 1975, it is the Bay Area's first full-time Spanish station; two other channels broadcast Spanish-language programs, KEMO channel 20 (now KOFY-TV) and KGSC channel 36 (now KICU-TV). It was originally on channel 60.

1979–1990

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KDTV did not remain on channel 60 for long. Desirous of a lower channel number, in early 1977, the station approached the College of San Mateo, which owned KCSM-TV (now KPJK, a small educational station in San Mateo. The trade, which the college approved that March, gave KDTV a lower channel number and KCSM-TV, then with anemic technical facilities, full-power coverage of the Bay Area and $400,000 in equipment. The swap took place on the morning of March 5, 1979.

1990–2013

2013–2019

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2019–present

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