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KTTV, virtual and VHF digital channel 11, is a Fox owned-and-operated television station licensed to Los Angeles, California, United States, serving as the network's West Coast flagship outlet. The station is owned by the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of Fox Corporation.
In addition to carrying the entire Fox network programming lineup, KTTV serves as the flagship station for TMZ on TV and Dish Nation. Other syndicated programming broadcast on KTTV includes The Dr. Oz Show, and The Wendy Williams Show, among others.
Since the team's move to Los Angeles in 1958 (with exception of a brief pause from 1993 to 1995), KTTV has carried the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball games from varying sources; the station aired road games beginning in the late 1970s with the home games on the subscription/pay-per-view service Dodgervision; these road games aired on the station until 1992, when KTLA began airing the road games beginning with the 1993 season. Currently, select Dodger games are broadcast nationally through the network's sports division via its MLB package since 1996 (including its 2017 and 2018 World Series appearances); all other Dodger games are currently broadcast locally through SportsNet LA (with a small number of games simulcast over-the-air on KTLA since 2016). It also airs any Angels games that are aired through Fox's MLB contract, including their World Series victory in 2002.
With the return of the Rams franchise to Los Angeles, since 2016, KTTV has been the 'unofficial home' for the Los Angeles Rams through the network's primary rights of the National Football Conference. It had held this role for one season in 1994 prior to their move to St. Louis. During the NFL regular season, Rams games are rotated with KNBC (through NBC Sunday Night Football), KABC-TV (through Monday Night Football) and most especially KCBS-TV (through the NFL on CBS).
Since 2017, it has also broadcast Los Angeles Chargers games featuring a visiting NFC team, or games that are cross-flexed from CBS, with some select games from either team carried by KCOP if both teams are playing at the same time. Beginning in the 2018 season, the station began airing Thursday Night Football which is simulcast on NFL Network.