Bishop Armando Ochoa, seen in 2011, announced Thursday, June 7, 2017 that the Fresno area’s 24-hour Catholic TV station, KNXT (Channel 49.1), will stay on air after the Catholic Diocese of Fresno found a partnership with the CatholicTV Network.
Bishop Armando Ochoa, seen in 2011, announced Thursday, June 7, 2017 that the Fresno area’s 24-hour Catholic TV station, KNXT (Channel 49.1), will stay on air after the Catholic Diocese of Fresno found a partnership with the CatholicTV Network. Daniel Casarez Vida en el Valle file
Bishop Armando Ochoa, seen in 2011, announced Thursday, June 7, 2017 that the Fresno area’s 24-hour Catholic TV station, KNXT (Channel 49.1), will stay on air after the Catholic Diocese of Fresno found a partnership with the CatholicTV Network. Daniel Casarez Vida en el Valle file

Fresno-based Catholic TV station will stay on air with help from network

June 07, 2017 11:30 AM

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