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Equal Opportunity Employer

KTLA 5 is an equal opportunity employer. We employ qualified people in all job classifications and positions without discrimination on the basis of race, religion, sex, national origin, age or disability. We are dedicated to providing outreach regarding job vacancies, and need the help of local organizations in referring qualified applicants to our station. Visit our jobs page for human resources contact info and links to EEO public file reports.

KTLA 5 Public File

KTLA’s public inspection files are available for viewing online.

EEO reports, political files and the Children’s Television Programming Report can be accessed by going to publicfiles.fcc.gov and typing KTLA in the search box.

For further information regarding the online files, you can call KTLA at 323-460-5500 during business hours.

Channel Listings

KTLA/The CW (KTLA-DT1)
Over the air: 5.1
Cable: 5

Antenna TV (KTLA-DT2)
Over the air: 5.2
Charter: 317
Verizon Fios: 466
Cox Communications: 815
Time Warner Cable: 1258

This TV (KTLA-DT3)
Over the air: 5.3
Charter: 313
Verizon Fios: 465
Cox: 811

TBD (KTLA-DT4) 
Over the air: 5.4