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Multimedios Television.png
El Paso, Texas
City of license El Paso, Texas
Branding Multimedios Televisión
Channels Analog: 26 (UHF)
Digital: 26 (UHF) (Coming soon)[1]
Virtual: 40 (PSIP) (Coming soon)[2]
Affiliations Multimedios Televisión
Owner Broadcast Group Ltd.
(BGM License, LLC)
Founded March 6, 1998
First air date March 6, 1998
Former callsigns K69IB (1998-2001)
K40FW (2001-2011)
Former channel number(s) Analog:
69 (UHF) (1998-2001)
40 (UHF) (2001-2011)
Former affiliations K69IB:
XHIJ-TV (1998-2001)
K40FW: XHIJ-TV (2001-2003)
silent (2003-2004)
Mas Música TV (2004-2006)
Multimedios Televisión (2006-2009)[3]
Transmitter power 15 kW
Height 655 m
Class TX
Facility ID 59114
Transmitter coordinates 31°48′18.09″N 106°29′00.08″W / 31.8050250°N 106.4833556°W / 31.8050250; -106.4833556

K26KJ is a low-power Spanish-language Multimedios Televisión outlet in El Paso, Texas. They are owned by Broadcast Group, Ltd. Currently, is the only television station in El Paso-Ciudad Juárez that doesn't broadcast in digital signal.


The station began broadcasting as K69IB in March 6, 1998 broadcasting the Ciudad Juárez-based Intermedia-owned XHIJ-TV programming, making the last station in El Paso-Ciudad Juárez-Las Cruces area (after the Ciudad Juárez-based, TV Azteca-owned, Azteca 7-affiliate XHCJH-TV).

The station changed their callsigns to K40FW and moved to the channel 40 in 2001, because the RF Channel numbers 60-69 are for non-television purposes. Other television station in the 60-69 channels is the full power once The WB-affiliate KKWB (and then TeleFutura-affiliate, now UniMás-affiliate KTFN) that is broadcast in channel 65. but in since 2007, began broadcasting in the digital channel 51.

In 2003, K40FW went silent, and later became a Mas Musica TV-affiliate since 2004; until 2006, and then, a Multimedios Televisión-affiliate since 2006.

In 2011, the station became K26KJ and broadcasts in analog channel 26, but has an application to flash-cut the channel to digital channel 26. Please note that since 1984 until June 12, 2009, the analog channel 26 was occupied by th full-power Univision-affiliate KINT-DT, the another station now broadcasts on digital channel 25 (Virtual Channel 26.1).

The FCC granted the station a construction permit to cease programming analog channel 26, and begin broadcasting in K26KJ-D Digital channel 26 RF (Virtual 40.1).[4]


  1. ^ Multimedios HD en Juarez el 1 de Agosto, Network54.com, July 13, 2012 at 10:20 PM, reviewed in July 25, 2012 at 4:33 PM
  2. ^ Multimedios HD en Juarez el 1 de Agosto, Network54.com, July 13, 2012 at 10:20 PM, reviewed in July 25, 2012 at 4:33 PM
  3. ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ukxnx4dCJP8
  4. ^ 1442744.pdf July 24, 2013, reviewed in August 1, 2013 at 9:55 PM

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