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TypeDigital broadcast and internet streaming television network
United States
by Kevin Ngo
AreaUnited States
Key people
Kevin Ngo
(Chief Executive Officer)
Robert Pham
Launch date
2011 (2011)
Official website

VIETV is an American Vietnamese-language broadcast television network based in Houston, Texas. The network began broadcasting over-the-air in Houston in 2011, and has since started affiliates broadcasting in Los Angeles, California, Orange County, California, San Francisco, California, San Jose, California, Dallas, Texas, Atlanta, Georgia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Boston, Massachusetts, and Washington, D.C.[1] The Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, and San Jose affiliates are also available in live streaming video on the website,[2] and the network has created the UNO IP IPTV set-top box for viewing their content on televisions outside their broadcast area.[1]

VIETV has six studios, including their headquarters in Houston and locations in Southern California, Northern California, Boston, and Philadelphia. Original programming on VIETV includes the Evening NEWS and NEWS @ Nite programs,[3] the It's Your Birthday children's show, Cooking with Chef Cam-Yuet, Beauty by Tiffani, World Travel, and The Law & Legal Issues, hosted by VIETV president Robert Pham.[1]


VAN-TV 55.6 was the first Vietnamese language in Houston, established in May 2009 originally via KTBU subchannel 55.2.[citation needed] It then was sold in 2015 to VietV because the founders, Ban Vu and Bich Ngoc Nguyen (Vicky Vu) wanted to retire.


Market Callsign Channel[4]
Los Angeles KDOC-TV 56.6
Dallas / Fort Worth KNAV 22.2
Houston KUBE-TV 57.11
San Francisco / San Jose KCNS-TV 38.3
KSCZ-LD 16.4
Boston WMFP 62.3
Washington, D.C. WWTD-LD 49.4
Tulsa, Oklahoma KZLL-LD 39.5


  1. ^ a b c "VIETV, the Houston-based Vietnamese language TV network, keeps expanding". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 2 December 2014.
  2. ^ "VIETV Houston - Watch Free Vietnamese Internet Television Online Channels In US". Retrieved 2 December 2014.
  3. ^ "Style profile: Kieu Tram aims for a modern take on tradition". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 2 December 2014.
  4. ^ "RabbitEars.Info VieTV". Retrieved 2 December 2014.
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