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Yes TV (stylized as yes TV) is an independently owned Canadian nonprofi and CRTC-licensed religious broadcasting television system in Canada. It consists of three conventional over-the-air television stations (located in the Greater Toronto Area, Calgary, and Edmonton), two rebroadcast transmitters, and several partial affiliates. Formerly known as the Crossroads Television System (CTS), the Yes TV stations and repeaters air a lineup consisting predominantly of Christian faith-based programming, such as televangelists and Crossroads’ flagship Christian talk show 100.

Huntley Street and “balanced” religious programming. During the late-afternoon and evening hours, Yes TV broadcasts secular, family-oriented sitcoms, game shows, and reality series; the system’s September 2014 re-launch as Yes TV emphasized its newly acquired Canadian rights to a number of major U.S. reality series, such as American Idol and The Biggest Loser.

Outside of the three owned and operated Yes TV stations, the system also syndicates its acquired programming to other Canadian independent stations through a secondary affiliation network called “indieNET”. It is operated out of Crossroads’ headquarters in Burlington, Ontario. CITS-DT-2 London is now broadcasting on channel 19 and displays 19.1.

The Crossroads Television System (CTS) originally consisted of a single television station, CITS-TV in Hamilton, Ontario (also serving Toronto), with rebroadcast transmitters in London and Ottawa. CITS, launched in 1998, was the second religious terrestrial television station launched in Canada, after CJIL-TV in Lethbridge, Alberta.On June 8, 2007, the CRTC approved CTS’ application for new television stations to serve the Calgary and Edmonton markets. Respectively, these are CKCS-TV, which broadcasts on channel 32, and CKES-TV, which broadcasts on channel 45; both stations launched on October 8, 2007.

On August 12, 2014, CTS announced that it would relaunch as Yes TV on September 1, 2014. Describing the new brand as “embracing positivity and approaching the world with an affirmative position”, the re-launch coincided with the announcement that it had picked up several new secular reality and game shows for the 2014–15 season, including America’s Funniest Home Videos (formerly aired by Citytv), American Idol (formerly aired by CTV and CTV 2), Judge Judy, Jeopardy! and Wheel of Fortune (both formerly aired most-recently by CHCH-DT), The Biggest Loser (formerly aired by City), and The X Factor UK.

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