Radio-TV Broadcast History
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KVZK, licensed to the Government of American Samoa is a unique call sign since it originally applied to six high-power collocated VHF stations in Pago Pago American Samoa. The stations went on the air in the mid '60s and were used for primary and secondary education of Samoan children. Currently, there are fewer channels and the stations have a "public broadcasting" format.