Watch CFJC TV Online

Watch CFJC TV Online


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Kamloops, British Columbia
Branding CFJC TV
Slogan Everything Kamloops! (general)
Local Matters (news)
Everywhere! (Citytv programming)
Channels Analog: 4 (VHF)
Translators see below
Affiliations Citytv (2009–present)
Owner Jim Pattison Broadcast Group
(Jim Pattison Broadcast Group LP)
First air date April 8, 1957
Former callsigns CFCR-TV (1957–1971)
Former affiliations CBC (1957–2006)
CH / E! (2006–2009)
Transmitter power 3.7 kW
Height 152.7 m
Transmitter coordinates 50°40′9″N 120°23′52″W / 50.66917°N 120.39778°W / 50.66917; -120.39778
Licensing authority CRTC
Website CFJC Today


Detailed Antenna Reception Information For CFJC TV


State British Columbia
City Kamloops
Country Canada
Virtual Channel 4
Height Above Average Terrain (HAAT) 153m
Latitude 50.4015007019043
Longitude -120.23500061035156
Callsign CFJC-TV
MHZ 66
Network Affiliation INDEPENDENT
Additional Data FCC Station Information


CFJC TV is an English-language TV station in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. It’s a local news and entertainment channel that broadcasts breaking news along with weather, traffic, sports, and general entertainment programming. In addition to being known as CFJC TV, it’s also called simply by its FCC call sign CFJC. You can watch the station online via its collection of videos, updated regularly.

Call Sign: CFJC
Location: Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
Genre: Local News, Entertainment
Website: CFJC TV Homepage

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CFJC TV is owned by Jim Patterson Broadcast Group. It is an affiliate of the network City network. As an affiliate, CFJC TV tends to focus its original news coverage on local issues during the traditional morning, mid-day, evening and late-night news slots. To fill in the rest of its broadcasting schedule, the station airs national programs provided by City.