LATV

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Not to be confused with LAT TV, a defunct over-the-air Spanish-language television network in the United States.
Not to be confused with Lativi, a defunct over-the-air television network in the Indonesia.
LATV
Type broadcast television network
Country United States
Availability National
Slogan Latino Alternative Television
Owner LATV Networks LLC
Key people
Luca Bentivoglio (COO)
Launch date
2001, on KJLA in Los Angeles
May 7, 2007, nationwide
Official website
http://www.latv.com

LATV is a bilingual music and entertainment network. LATV has been on the air in the Los Angeles market as KJLA since 2001 and is distributed through mostly digital television subchannels throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.

LATV features Latino-themed programming aimed at young adults aged 18 to 34, including the animated comedy show Ceasar and Chuy.

Affiliates[edit]

City Station Virtual
channel[1]
Owner

Arizona[edit]

Phoenix KPDF-CA 41.3 Una Vez Mas Holdings, LLC
Tucson KWBA 58.2 Journal Broadcast Group

California[edit]

San Francisco KTVU 2.2 Fox Television Stations
Monterey KSMS-TV 67.3 Entravision Communications
Fresno KSEE 24.3 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
Los Angeles KJLA 57.1 LATV Networks, LLC
Yuma-El Centro KVYE 7.2 Entravision Communications
Coachella Valley KVER-CA 4.2
Santa Barbara KPMR 38.3

Connecticut[edit]

Hartford WUVN 18.4 Entravision Communications

Colorado[edit]

Denver KCEC-TV 50.2 Entravision Communications
Colorado Springs KVSN-DT 48.3

District of Columbia[edit]

Washington WMDO-CA 47.2 Entravision Communications

Florida[edit]

Fort Myers/Cape Coral WFTX-TV 36.2 Journal Broadcast Group
Miami WLMF-LD 51.3 Paging Systems, Inc.
Daytona Beach/Orlando WVEN-TV 26.2 Entravision Communications
Tampa WVEA-TV 62.2 Entravision Communications
West Palm Beach WTVX 34.4 Sinclair Broadcast Group

Georgia[edit]

Atlanta WANN-CD 32.6 Prism Broadcasting Network
WTBS-LD 26.4

Illinois[edit]

Chicago W25DW-D 25.5

Massachusetts[edit]

Boston WUNI-TV 27.2 Entravision Communications

Mexico[edit]

Tijuana, Baja California/San Diego, California XHAS-TV 33.2 Entravision Communications

New Mexico[edit]

Albuquerque KLUZ-TV 41.2 Entravision Communications

New York[edit]

New York City Time Warner Cable NY/NJ Channel 186
New York City FiOS NY/NJ Channel 480
New York City

WBQM-LD

Oklahoma[edit]

Oklahoma City KLHO-LD 31.3 Aracelis Ortiz Corporation

Ohio[edit]

Columbus WCSN-LD 32.2 Columbus Television, LLC

Puerto Rico[edit]

Aguadilla, Puerto Rico WSJP-LD
(secondary)
18 LKK Group

Rhode Island[edit]

Providence WLWC 28.2 OTA Broadcasting, LLC

Texas[edit]

Corpus Christi KORO-TV 28.3 Entravision Communications
El Paso KTFN-TV 65.3 Entravision Communications
Harlingen/McAllen KNVO-TV 48.3 Entravision Communications
Houston KYAZ 51.6 Una Vez Mas Holdings, LLC
Laredo KLDO 19.4 Entravision Communications
Mesquite/Dallas KATA-CD 50.1 Mako Communications
Midland/Odessa KUPB 18.2 Entravision Communications

Utah[edit]

Salt Lake City KULX-CD 10.3 Entravision Communications

Washington[edit]

Yakima KWYT 39.3 Grupo Hispanavision

Audience[edit]

Place TV network  % of US households reached Number of households viewable Type of Television Network
1 Univision 55% 62,810,000 Spanish Commercial
2 Telemundo 48% 54,816,000 Spanish Commercial
3 MundoFOX 48% 54,816,000 Spanish Commercial
4 UniMÁS 47% 53,674,000 Spanish Commercial
5 V-me 45% 51,390,000 Spanish Educational
6 Estrella TV 40% 45,680,000 Spanish Commercial
7 Azteca América 38% 43,396,000 Spanish Commercial
8 LATV 37% 42,254,000 Spanish Commercial

List of United States over-the-air television networks[2]

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