FOX 5 San Diego History
FOX 5 San Diego is the local FOX network TV station proudly serving San Diego television viewers and our advertisers with high-quality news, entertainment, sports and more.
Broadcasting locally in high definition on digital TV channel 69.1 and cable channels 705 and 5, the station is known by the call letters KSWB, and our signal began broadcasting in San Diego on September 30, 1985. The station started broadcasting as FOX 5 San Diego on August 1, 2008.
Over the years the station has seen many changes and improvements to our programming and technology. Today as a top-rated FOX television network affiliate, FOX 5 San Diego produces 11 hours of local news every weekday, and another 4 hours each weekend, all of it in high definition. Additionally, the station carries programming from “Antenna TV” and “This TV” on our digital sub channels and operates FOX 5 San Diego branded online, mobile and social platforms.
Contact FOX 5
FOX 5 Studios
7191 Engineer Rd.
San Diego, CA 92111
FOX 5 Phone: 858-492-9269
FOX 5 Fax: 858-268-0401
Looking for a copy of a news story from FOX 5 News?
- TVvideoclips.com at 800-799-8881 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Parker News Service at 858-274-NEWS (6397) or e-mail to email@example.com. Their Web site is parkernews.com.
Online Public File Information
Main Studio/Public File Location: 7191 Engineer Road, San Diego, CA 92111
KSWB Online Public File
For accessibility issues pertaining to the online public file, visit the FCC’s Help Website.
For other Public File questions, contact the station’s Public File Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 858-492-9269.
Licensing FOX 5 Video
For commercial, paid licensing of FOX 5 (KSWB) footage and archive (not viewer requests), please e-mail email@example.com.
Watch FOX 5
To see what’s on now, tonight, and tomorrow, visit our TV Listings Page.
FOX 5 Contests
To see all of our current contests, see our Contest Page.
Meet The FOX 5 Team
Get to know the anchors and reporters by visiting our People Page.