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KSKJ-CD is a low-power Class A television station in Van Nuys broadcasting in analog on UHF channel 45 as an independent station. Founded May 29, 1993, the station is owned by NRJ TV, LLC. The station serves as a satellite station of KSCI.

KSKJ originally broadcast on channel 38, but moved to channel 45 to make room for KPXN-DT in Los Angeles, which operates on digital channel 38. As a result, co-channel interference occurs with KLAU-LP, also broadcasting on channel 45, in some areas.

Founded on August 23, 1989, KSKP-CA was a co-owned class A television station in Oxnard, California broadcasting in analog on UHF channel 25. The station's license was cancelled by the Federal Communications Commission and the KSKP-CA call sign deleted from its database on November 16, 2012.

On January 30, 2013, Capital Broadcasting Corporation filed to sell KSKJ-CD to NRJ TV (a company unrelated to European broadcaster NRJ Radio). The deal will make KSKJ a sister station to KSCI.