|San Diego, California|
|Channels||Digital: 50 (UHF)|
|Owner||International Communications Network Inc.|
|Founded||March 5, 1998|
|Call letters' meaning||K San Diego Y|
|Former callsigns||K61GH (1998-2011)
|Former affiliations||Multimedios Television|
|Transmitter power||15 kW|
KSDY-LD is a low-powered television station owned and operated by International Communications Network Inc. It broadcasts digitally on channel 37 and has FCC license in San Diego, California. It is also affiliated with K09YL.
Channel 50 is a local and independently owned channel with the call letters KSDY, which serves the Latino community in Southern California and Baja California. Because of its strategic alliances with international networks in Mexico and the U.S., Channel 50 transmits two channels: Milenio and Veria Living.
The company was created over 10 years ago, it started very small as any business would start, but it has been working its way up since then. The channels KSDY broadcasts a wide variety of shows, pleasing the viewers no matter what they like. This way, San Diegans can stay connected with their people and culture, as well as be informed with the latest updates across the border.
Channel 50 belongs to the broadcasting company, International Communications Network, LLC. With more than fifteen years in the broadcasting industry and with previous partnerships with Grupo Formula and MTV Tr3es, ICN and Channel 50 thrive to give the ultimate entertainment experience to the viewer and assurance to advertisers.
Commercially, the station is known to San Diegans as "Canal 50", mostly because all of the broadcasting is primarily in Spanish-language.
The station's digital channel is multiplexed: