On April 2, 1998, the granted an original construction permit to Paxson Communications (the current Ion Media Networks) for a full-service television station serving Spokane. On May 15, 1998 the FCC issued the call letters KBEU. It was the fourth television station granted such a permit on channel 34 since 1984. The previous station, low-power K34DU, reportedly signed on in 1997 and is mistakenly thought to have been the same station as KGPX.
KGPX-TV is an network in , United States, owned and operated by . It broadcasts on channel 34 (digital) from a transmitter atop Browne Mountain southeast of Spokane. The station received no separate digital channel allotment.
KGPX-TV shut down its analog signal, over channel 34, on June 12, 2009, and "" its digital signal into operation on UHF channel 34. Because it was granted an original after the finalized the allotment plan on April 21, 1997.
No matter if you need a board for extensive cruising trips, vigorous carving or just a chilled city ride: The Dusters Channel 34" Complete Longboard will be your companion. The construction made of eight plies of maple imparts a stiff flex for a direct ride. Your center of gravity gets lowered to the ground thanks to the drop-through mounting to take the heat off your feet when pushing for a longer time. The Channel comes pre-mounted with 180 millimeter Slant trucks and Dusters wheels.
specifications of the deck:
- length: 86 cm
- width: 23,4 cm
- wheelbase: 61 cm
- construction: eight plies of maple
- concave: medium
- flex: stiff
- truck mounting: drop-through
- trucks: Slant 180 mm
- wheels: Dusters California 71 mm 83A
- bearings: Dusters California Ultimate Cruising Bearings, spacers included
- hardware: Phillips bolt pack
- griptape: cleargrip