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Entravision Communications

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Entravision Communications Corp.
Company typePublic
Russell 2000 component
IndustryMedia and Entertainment
Founded1996; 28 years ago (1996)
FounderWalter Ulloa
Key people
Michael Christenson (CEO)
Jeffrey A. Liberman (President and COO)
OwnerWilliam F. McCarter (71%), Walter Ulloa estate (12%)[1]
TelevisaUnivision (10%)[1][2]
Philip Wilkinson (5%)[1]
Paul Zevnik (4%)[1]

Entravision Communications Corporation is an American media company based in Santa Monica, California. Entravision primarily caters to the Spanish-speaking Hispanic community and owns television and radio stations and outdoor media, in several of the top Hispanic markets. It is the largest affiliate group of the Univision and UniMás television networks.[3] Entravision also owns a small number of English-language television and radio stations.[citation needed]


On August 4, 2006, Entravision sold five of its radio stations in the DallasFort Worth area to Liberman Broadcasting.[4] On May 16, 2008, the company sold its outdoor media division, whose operations were primarily based in New York and Los Angeles, to Lamar Advertising Company.[5]

In 2007, Entravision Communications Corporation acquired Spanish-language radio station WNUE-FM serving the Orlando, Florida, market from Mega Communications for an aggregate purchase price of approximately $24 million.[6]

On 2018, Entravision acquired Barcelona based DSP Smadex.[7]

In October 2020, the company announced the acquisition of a majority stake in Latin American digital media company Cisneros Interactive from Grupo Cisneros.[8]


The company owns multiple radio and television stations, and a sales and marketing business.


Market Callsign Frequency Notes
Albuquerque, New Mexico KRZY 1450
Aspen, Colorado KPVW 107.1
Denver, Colorado KJMN 92.1
KXPK 96.5
KMXA 1090
El Centro, California KSEH 94.5
KMXX 99.3
El Paso, Texas KOFX 92.3
KINT-FM 93.9
KYSE 94.7
KHRO 1150
KSVE 1650
Las Vegas, Nevada KRRN 92.7
KQRT 105.1
Los Angeles, California KLYY 97.5
KDLD 103.1
KSSC 107.1
Lubbock, Texas KAIQ 96.5
KBZO 1460
McAllen/Rio Grande Valley KFRQ 94.5
KKPS 99.5
KNVO-FM 101.1
KVLY 107.9
Miami, Florida WLQY 1320
Modesto, California KTSE-FM 97.1
KCVR-FM 98.9
Monterey/Salinas, California KLOK-FM 99.5
KSES-FM 107.1
KMBX 700
Palm Springs, California KLOB 94.7
KPST-FM 103.5
Phoenix, Arizona KLNZ 103.5
KDVA 106.7
KVVA-FM 107.1
KBMB 710
Reno, Nevada KRNV-FM 102.1
Sacramento, California KRCX-FM 99.9
KHHM 101.9
KNTY 103.5
KXSE 104.3
Santa Fe, New Mexico KRZY-FM 105.9
Stockton, California KMIX 100.9


Market Callsign Channel Network Notes
Albuquerque, New Mexico KTFQ-TV 41 UniMás
KLUZ-TV 14 Univisión Station owned by Univisión and operated by Entravision under a local marketing agreement.
Boston, Massachusetts WUNI 66 Univisión Station owned by Univisión and operated by Entravision under a local marketing agreement.
WUTF-TV 27 UniMás
Colorado Springs, Colorado KVSN-DT 48 Univisión
KGHB-CD 27 UniMás
Corpus Christi, Texas KORO-TV 28 Univisión
KCRP-CD 41 UniMás
Denver, Colorado KTFD-TV 50 UniMás
KCEC 14 Univisión Station owned by Univisión and operated by Entravision under a local marketing agreement.
El Centro, California KVYE-TV 7 Univisión, Azteca América Univisión and Azteca América broadcast on separate sucbchannels.
KAJB 54 UniMás Station owned by Calipatria Broadcasting Company and operated by Entravision under a Joint sales agreement.
El Paso, Texas KINT-TV 26 Univisión
KTFN 65 UniMás
Hagerstown, Maryland WJAL 68 NTD
Hartford, Connecticut WUVN-TV 18 Univisión
WHTX-LP 43 Univisión
WUTH-CD 47 UniMás
Laredo, Texas KLDO-TV 27 Univisión
KXOF-CD 31 Fox
KETF-CD 39 UniMás, Azteca América Univisión and Azteca América broadcast on separate subchannels.
Las Vegas, Nevada KINC 15 Univisión
KELV-LD 27 UniMás
KNTL-LD 15 Univisión
Lubbock, Texas KBZO-LD 51 Univisión
McAllen, Texas KXFX-CD 20 Fox Repeats KMBH-LD.
KCWT-CD 21 The CW Plus, PBS
KTFV-CD 32 UniMás
KNVO-TV 48 Univisión
KMBH-LD 67 Fox, The CW
KFXV 60 Fox Repeats KMBH-LD.
Midland, Texas KUPB-TV 18 Univisión
Salinas/Monterey, California KDJT-CD 33 UniMás
KSMS-TV 67 Univisión
Orlando, Florida WOTF-TV 26 Grit
Palm Springs, California KVER-CD 41 Univisión
KVES-LD 28 Univisión
KEVC-CD 5 UniMás
KPSE-LD 29 MyNetworkTV
Reno, Nevada KREN-TV 27 Univisión
KRNS-CD 46 UniMás
San Angelo, Texas KANG-LD 31 UniMás
KEUS-LD 41 Univisión
San Diego, California KBNT-CD 17 Univisión
KHAX-LD 17 Univisión
K03JB-D 17 Univisión
KDTF-LD 36 UniMás
XHDTV-TDT 49 Milenio Televisión Mexican station; owned by Televisora Alco and operated by Entravision.
Santa Barbara, California K10OG-D 10 UniMás
K17GD-D 17 Univisión
K32LT-D 28 Univisión
KTSB-CD 35 UniMás
KPMR-TV 38 Univisión
Tampa, Florida WFTT 62 NRB TV
Washington, D.C. WMDO-CD 47 dark
Derby-Wichita-Hutchinson, Kansas KDCU-DT 31 Univisión

Other holdings

  • Entravision Solutions (50 percent) – National spot radio advertising representative specializing in Spanish-language stations; co-owned with Lotus Communications.[9]

Formerly owned media properties


  1. ^ a b c d "Ownership Report for Commercial Broadcast Stations". Federal Communications Commission. December 19, 2013. Retrieved September 24, 2014.
  2. ^ "Summary of ENTRAVISION COMMUNICATIONS CORP". Yahoo! Finance. March 10, 2014. Retrieved September 24, 2014.
  3. ^ "Entravision". Retrieved 4 April 2018.
  4. ^ "Calif. media company to buy Dallas radio stations". Dallas.bizjournals/com. Retrieved November 8, 2021.
  5. ^ "Entravision Communications Corporation Completes Sale of Outdoor Advertising Operations". Archived from the original on 18 September 2012. Retrieved 8 November 2021.
  6. ^ "ENTRAVISION COMM: Acquired Mega Comm.'s WNUE-FM" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-12-12. Retrieved 2013-06-18.
  7. ^ "Entravision expands digital advertising unit with acquisition of Smadex". Media Moves. June 13, 2018. Retrieved March 2, 2021.
  8. ^ "Leading Hispanic media company Entravision Communications Corp. acquires Cisneros Interactive". South Florida Business Journal. October 16, 2020. Retrieved March 2, 2021.
  9. ^ "Entravision's National Radio Spot Services To Wind Down". December 3, 2019. Retrieved March 3, 2021.
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