- Channel 74
Channel 74 has been removed from television use in 1983, but was formerly used by television stations in North America which broadcast on 830-836 MHz. In the United States, channels 70-83 served primarily as a "translator band" containing repeater transmitters to fill gaps in coverage for existing stations:
- WMGT-TV 74 Adams, Massachusetts has now become WCDC-TV channel 19, a rebroadcaster of WTEN-TV Albany, New York.
- KCCI-TV (CBS Des Moines) rebroadcaster K74CO Ottumwa, Iowa was moved to K23CI channel 23.
- KTVX-TV (ABC Salt Lake City) rebroadcaster K74AO Fillmore, Utah moved to K40GD channel 40.
- KFDA-TV (CBS Amarillo) rebroadcasters K74CH Childress, Texas and K74CJ Clarendon, Texas were moved to K50CQ channel 50 and K51CB channel 51.
- KEZI-TV (ABC Eugene) rebroadcaster K74AJ Cottage Grove, Oregon moved to K56DK channel 56.
- KNDO-TV (NBC Yakima) rebroadcaster K74DT Ellensburg, Washington moved to K31AK channel 31.
- KNME-TV (PBS Albuquerque) rebroadcasters K74AZ Gallup, New Mexico and K74BO Santa Rosa, New Mexico were moved to K23FE channel 23 and K30FP channel 30.
- KOB-TV (NBC Albuquerque) rebroadcaster K74AC Bayfield, Colorado moved to K46FM channel 46.
- KOIN (CBS Portland) rebroadcaster K74BE Hood River, Oregon moved to K53EI channel 53.
- KSAZ-TV (Fox Phoenix) rebroadcaster K74AI Flagstaff, Arizona was moved to K48GI channel 48.
- KVBC-TV (NBC Phoenix) rebroadcaster K74AN Chloride, Arizona moved to K42CQ channel 42.
- KREM-TV (CBS Spokane) rebroadcaster K74BZ Milton-Freewater, Oregon moved to K51DF channel 51.
- KSAT-TV (ABC San Antonio) rebroadcaster K74DP Leakey, Texas moved to K47GF channel 47.
- KSL-TV (NBC Salt Lake City) rebroadcaster K74DB Little America, Wyoming moved to K29CR channel 29.
- KVII-TV (ABC Amarillo) rebroadcaster K74BF Canadian, Texas was moved to K35CE channel 35.
- KWSU-TV (PBS Pullman) rebroadcaster K74CK Lewiston, Idaho moved to K15CH channel 15.
- WCVE-TV (PBS Richmond) rebroadcaster W74AV Rockfish Valley, Virginia was moved to W39AK channel 39.
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