KTHQ-TV (branded on-air as "Chrononetwork Fresno") is a commercial-free television station serving the Fresno, California area, and is affiliated Chrononetwork. It operates on channel 2, and is owned by Chronostorm (division of RedStrong Holdings).
KTHQ-TV was known as KJJF-TV until 1992 and KAKI-TV until 2000, and it was owned by Taito Corporation until 1978, Namco until 1989, Acclaim Entertainment until 2001 (THQ operates the station from 1999 thru 2001), and THQ until 2007 of which Ubisoft purchase the station but THQ continues operating the station from 2007 until 2013. Ubisoft then wholly ran the channel since 2007 until 2016, when it was acquired 50% by Laserium Holdings.
In April 2019, Ubisoft and Qualis (the successor for Laserium Holdings) put the station up for sale.
in 2020, Chronostorm acquired KTHQ-TV, change its affiliate to Chrononetwork.
1970-1982KTHQ-TV began broadcasting in 1970 as KJJF-TV, which is the first station to offer TVbD graphics from 1977 to the present day.
1982-1992In 1982, KJJF-TV begins broadcasting in stereo.
1992-2000In 1989, Acclaim Entertainment purchased KJJF-TV from Namco, and changed its calls to KAKI-TV in 1992.
2000-2007In 2000, KAKI-TV becomes KTHQ-TV under the new on-air branding "THQ2" or "KTHQ Channel 2".
In 2007, KTHQ-TV begins broadcasting in HD, it re-branded as "Ubisoft 2".
KTHQ re-brands as "Ubisoft TV Fresno" after getting acquired 50 precent by Laserium Television Stations.
in 2020, "Ubisoft TV Fresno" branding got abandoned, as KTHQ-TV changed its affiliate from Nick Jr, Sprout, Disney Junior, BabyFirst TV, BabyTV, and Treehouse TV to Chrononetwork.