KPTH FOX 44 is licensed to TTBG Sioux City OpCo, LLC and is associated with Titan Broadcasting Management group.
The station began broadcasting in May 1999, initially covering the Sioux City Metro area before increasing to full power in October 1999. Full power extended its coverage area to include the 23-county area that makes up the Sioux City designated market area. With a powerhouse lineup of the most popular comedies available in syndication (Two and a half men, Everybody Loves Raymond, Friends, Seinfeld and The Simpsons), KPTH quickly became Siouxland's number one choice for entertainment and was recognized as the market leader with membership in the FOX #1 Club in 2004 and 2005. In partnership with the FOX network, KPTH is also the home for TV's most popular sporting events, including the NFL, BCS, NASCAR, and the World Series.
With a focus on local sports KPTH is also the home of Iowa High School sports championships as the station telecasts the state tournaments in basketball, wrestling and football.
The number one television show in America, American Idol, is a FOX product, as are House, Bones, Smarter than a Fifth Grader, and The Simpsons.
In the fall of 2006 KPTH launched Siouxland's only Prime Time newscast...KPTH FOX 44 News at Nine. The ratings have grown consistently since its launch as more and more Sioulanders choose to get their local news and hour earlier.
KPTH broadcasts from a 2000-foot tower, operating at 5,000,000 Watts of power, the maximum allowable by law; the all-new transmitting plant provides coverage over a 75-mile radius. KPTH's studio and control room constitute a state-of-the-art, all-digital technical facility with a world-class on-air look. KPTH is available in crystal clear high definition.