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KPCI
PBC 2 Seattle

Location

Seattle, WA

Branding

PBC 2
PBC 2 News

Slogan

Your Source for Pokemon News in Seattle!

Channel(s)

Analog: 2 (VHF)
Digital: 2 (UHF)

subchannel(s)

2.1 KPCI-PBC

Affiliation

PBC

First air date

March 2, 1968

Former call letters

KJJN (1968-1998)

Former channel number

none

Former Affiliation

EBC (1968-1998)

 KPCI is the flagship O&O PBC station that serves the Seattle, WA area. It broadcasts on channel 2.

Gallery


Television Stations in the Seattle/Tacoma/Everett/Bellingham, WA area
KPCI 2 (PBC)

KWLS 3 (ABC)
KABN 4 (ABN)
KCV-TV 5 (QTV)
KST-TV 6 (FOX)
KNNG 7 (YesNet)
KSTA 8 (IND)
KTRS 9 (KTTV)
KWIX 10 (CW, WIN on DT2)
KWBS 11 (ITV)
KHTC 12 (ABN, Kent)
KAYB 13 (ABN, Bellingham)
KWFO 14 (CBS)
KGOA 18 (RKO)
KSTG 25 (NBC)
KPNY 29 (RDN)
KSWD 31 (DBC)
KSW 32 (RBC)
KUSW 35 (UNI)
KEIO 39 (UBN)
KSWU 40 (UDC)
KSLE 42 (CRBD)
KIGB 43 (MNTV)
KTAC 50 (WB)
KSAT 56 (Ind)
KSEA 67 (UPN)

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