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List of Univision affiliates (table)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Univision is an American broadcast television television network owned by Univision Communications, which was launched on September 30, 1962 as the Spanish International Network (SIN). As of October 2015, the network currently has 23 owned-and-operated stations, and current affiliation agreements with 38 other television stations.[1] Univision maintains a national cable network feed that is distributed directly to cable, satellite and IPTV providers in various media markets not listed in this article, as an alternative method of distribution in areas without either the availability or the demand for a locally based owned-and-operated or affiliate station.

This article is a listing of current, pending and former Univision-affiliated stations in the continental United States and U.S. possessions (including subchannel affiliates, satellite stations and select low-power translators), with outlets owned by network parent company Univision Communications separated from privately owned affiliates, and arranged in alphabetical order by city of license and/or Designated Market Area. There are links to and articles on each of the broadcast stations, describing their histories, local programming and technical information, such as broadcast frequencies.

The station's virtual (PSIP) channel number follows the call letters. For the table for the owned-and-operated outlets, the number in parentheses that follows is the station's actual digital channel number; the digital channel number is listed as a separate column in the list of private affiliates. The article also includes a list of its former affiliate stations, which is also based on the station's city of license or market, and denotes the years in which the station served as a Univision affiliate as well as the current status of the corresponding channel that carried the network.

Owned-and-operated stations

  • (**) – Indicates a station that was an original Univision-owned station from the network's inception as the Spanish International Network in 1962.
  • (++) – Indicates a station that was built and signed on by Univision.
  • (¤¤) – Indicates a station that was owned by USA Broadcasting prior to its acquisition by Univision in 2001.

Stations are listed alphabetically by state and city of license.

City of license/market Station Channel
TV (DT)[1]
Year of affiliation Owned since
Phoenix KTVW-DT ++ 33 (33) 1979 1979
Tucson, Arizona KUVE-DT 46 (34) 2002 2002
KUVE-CA 38 (N/A) 2001 2001
Bakersfield, California KABE-CD[n1 1] 39 (35) 1989 1989
FresnoVisalia KFTV-DT ++ 21 (20) 1972 1972
Los Angeles KMEX-DT ** 34 (34) 1962 1962
ModestoSacramento KUVS-DT 19 (18) 1970s[specify] 1990s[specify]
San Francisco KDTV-DT 14 (51) 1975 1992
MiamiFort Lauderdale WLTV-DT 23 (23) 1971 1971
AthensAtlanta WUVG-DT ¤¤ 34 (18) 2001 2002
JolietChicago WGBO-DT 66 (38) 1995 1995
Paterson, New JerseyNew York City WXTV-DT 41 (40) 1970 1970
FayettevilleRaleighDurham WUVC-DT 40 (22) 2003 2003
Cleveland WQHS-DT ¤¤ 61 (36) 2002 2002
Philadelphia WUVP-DT ¤¤ 65 (29) 2002 2002
Ponce, Puerto Rico WSUR-TV
(satellite of WLII-DT)[n1 2]
9 (9) 2002 2005
San Juan, Puerto Rico WLII-DT[n1 2] 11 (11) 2002 2005
Aguadilla, Puerto Rico WOLE-DT
(satellite of WLII-DT)
12 (12) 2015 2018
Austin, Texas KAKW-DT 62 (13) 2002 2002
DallasFort Worth KUVN-DT 23 (33) 1986[n1 3] 1988
Houston KXLN-DT 45 (30) 1987 1993
San Antonio KWEX-DT ** 41 (24) 1962 1962
ProvoSalt Lake City, Utah KUTH-DT 32 (32) 2004 2008
ArlingtonWashington, D.C. WFDC-DT[n1 4] 14 (15) 2005 2002

Univision-affiliated stations

City of license/market Station Virtual
channel
[1]
Physical
channel
Year of
affiliation
Owner Notes

United States

Arizona

YumaEl Centro KVYE-TV 7.1 22 1996 Entravision Communications

Arkansas

Fayetteville KQRY-LD 36.1 5 2004 Pinnacle Media
WinslowFort Smith KWNL-CD 31.1 31 2004

California

ChicoReddingRed BluffEureka KUCO-LD 27.1 27 1994 Sainte Partners II, L.P.
Eureka KEUV-LP 31 N/A 1994 Semi-satellite of KEUV-LP
Monterey KSMS-TV 67.1 31 2004 Entravision Communications
Palm Springs KVER-CD 41.1 27 2004
San Diego KBNT-CD KDTF-LD 17.1 36.17 24 1992 Entravision Communications
KTCD-LP 46 N/A 1992 Repeater of KBNT-CD
Santa Barbara KPMR 38.1 21 2001 Entravision Communications
Vista KHAX-LP 49 N/A 1992 Repeater of KBNT-CD

Colorado

Denver KCEC 14.1 15 1999 Entravision Communications
PuebloColorado Springs KVSN-DT 48 27 2009

Connecticut

HartfordNew Haven WUVN 18.1 46 2001 Entravision Communications

Florida

Fort Myers WUVF-LP 2 18 2004 Media Vista Group, LLC
WLZE-LP 51.1 51 2004 Repeater of WUVF-LP
Jacksonville WUJX-LD 18.1 18 2016 Watsnu Media, Inc.
Orlando WVEN-TV 43.1 43 1991 Entravision Communications
Tampa WVEA-TV 50.1 47 2001

Kansas

Derby (Wichita) KDCU-DT 31.1 31 2009 Entravision Communications
(operated under a joint sales agreement by Gray Television)

Massachusetts

BostonWorcester WUNI 66.1 27 1993 Entravision Communications

Missouri

Kansas City KUKC-LP 20 45 2005 Media Vista Group, LLC

Minnesota

MinneapolisSt. Paul WUMN-LP 13 17 2005 Media Vista Group, LLC

Nevada

Las Vegas KINC 15.1 16 1996 Entravision Communications
Reno KREN-TV 27.1 26 2009[n1 5]

New Mexico

Albuquerque KLUZ-TV 14.1 22 1987 Entravision Communications

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City KUOK-CD 36.1 36 2004 Tyler Media Group Repeater of KUOK/Woodward
Tulsa KUTU-CD 25.1 25 2005
Woodward KUOK 35.1 35 2004

Oregon

La Grande KUNP 16.1 16 2001 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Portland KUNP-LD 47.1 34 2001

Tennessee

Nashville WLLC-LP 42.1 42 2014 JKB Associates, Inc.

Texas

Corpus Christi KORO 28.1 27 1987 Entravision Communications
El Paso KINT-TV 26.1 25 2004
Laredo KLDO-TV 27.1 19 1998
McAllen KNVO 48.1 49 1992
Midland KUPB 18.1 18 2001
San Angelo KANG-LP 31 31 2013
Victoria KUNU-LD 21.1 19 1999 Morgan Murphy Media

Washington

Kennewick KVVK-CA 15.1 N/A 2007 Sinclair Broadcast Group Repeater of KUNW-CD
Seattle KUNS-TV 51.1 50 2006
Walla Walla KORX-CA 16 N/A 2007 Repeater of KUNW-CD
Yakima KUNW-CD 2.1 30 2007

Former affiliates

City of license/Market Station Channel
TV (RF)
Years of affiliation Current status
Amarillo, Texas KUWF-LP 36 (N/A) 2000–2010 Defunct
KEYU 31 (31) 2004–2010 Telemundo affiliate owned by Gray Television
Aurora-Chicago, Illinois WXFT 50 (60.2) 2017 Former simulcast of WGBO-TV, replaced by Escape
Bend, Oregon KABH-LP 15 2001-2015 Defunct. Former simulcast of KUNP
Detroit, Michigan K66BV 66 (N/A) 1980s−1990s Trinity Broadcasting Network owned-and-operated repeater station
WUDT-CA 23 (23) 2004−2009 Daystar affiliate owned by Word of God Fellowship
Honolulu, Hawaii KHLU-CD 46 (46) 1994−2016 Defunct
Indianapolis, Indiana WIIH-CA 17 (8) 2003−2008 Simulcast the Local Weather Station service from co-owned WISH-TV until 2013; now operates as a fill-in translator for WISH-TV and owned by Nexstar Media Group.
Mayagüez, Puerto Rico WORA-TV 5 (29) 1995−2014 Telemundo affiliate owned by Telecinco, Inc. as a semi-satellite of WKAQ-TV
Nashville, Tennessee WNTU-LP 26 2006−2009 Daystar affiliate owned by Word of God Fellowship
San Juan, Puerto Rico WSJU-TV 30 (31) 1987-1988 Defunct
WAPA-TV 4 (27) 1988−1991, 1994−2002 Independent station owned by Hemisphere Media Group
WacoTempleBryan, Texas KUTW-LP 35 (N/A) 2002–2010 Defunct
Washington, D.C. WMDO-CD 47 (22) 2002−2005 UniMás affiliate owned by Entravision Communications
Wichita Falls, Texas KUWF-LP 36 (N/A) 2009–2010 Defunct

Notes and references

Station notes

  1. ^ KABE's signal is repeated on second digital subchannel of co-owned MyNetworkTV affiliate KUVI-DT (digital subchannel 45.2, UHF digital channel 26).
  2. ^ a b This station was operated by Univision Communications under a local marketing agreement with Raycom Media from 2002 to 2005, when Univision purchased the station.
  3. ^ Univision was carried as a secondary affiliation until Univision Communications purchased the station.
  4. ^ Univision Communications holds the license to this station, though it is operated by Entravision Communications.
  5. ^ KREN-TV was previously affiliated with Univision from 1986 to 1994.

References

  1. ^ a b c "Stations for Network - Univision". RabbitEars. Retrieved November 7, 2015.
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