KSDX-LD

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KSDX-LD
Estrella TV Logo.png
San Diego, California
Branding Estrella TV KSDX 29
Channels Digital: 9 (VHF)
Virtual: 9 (PSIP)
Affiliations Estrella TV[1]
Owner Liberman Broadcasting
(KRCA License, LLC)
Founded October 9, 1997
Call letters' meaning San Diego
DX is also taken from their former callsign
Former callsigns K29DX (1997-2000)
KSDX-LP (2000-2011)
Former affiliations Infomercials (1997-2004)
Independent (2004-2009)
Transmitter coordinates KSDX-LD: 32°41′53″N 116°56′3″W / 32.69806°N 116.93417°W / 32.69806; -116.93417
Website http://www.estrellatv.com/

KSDX-LD is a low-powered television station broadcasting as a Spanish independent in San Diego, California. It converted to digital about Oct 22, 2009. It broadcasts on channel 9 with a PSIP of 29, and is under ownership of Liberman Broadcasting.

KSDX on KRCA-DT[edit]

KSDX-LP was available on digital subchannel 68.2 on its Los Angeles sister station KRCA. During that time, for some reason no audio was transmitted on the subchannel. KRCA has since discontinued the feed for KSDX on its subchannel and instead runs a test pattern with a streaming audio in the background of a local Spanish-language radio station.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Coming, a new force in Hispanic TV". Media Life Magazine. March 20, 2009. Retrieved 2009-04-11. 

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