|Industry||Radio and Television Broadcasting|
|Headquarters||Burbank, California, USA|
|Area served||United States|
|Key people||José Liberman, Lenard Liberman|
Liberman Broadcasting is a media company based in Burbank, California. Liberman Broadcasting primarily caters to the Spanish-speaking Hispanic community and owns television and radio stations in several of the top Hispanic markets.
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José Liberman, and his son Lenard founded the company in 1987. Between them, they have more than 55-years of operating experience in the broadcasting industry. They have created radio and television clusters in Los Angeles and Houston, then in the late 1990s to early, 2000s, they have expanded to Dallas and San Diego. Although their television stations are part of the Liberman Television Network, they're still classified as independent stations.
On May 21, 2007, Liberman has announced that it would expand to Utah with a $10 Million purchase of former UPN station KPNZ from Utah Communications, LLC. The acquisition was finalized on November 30, 2007.
On February 22, 2010, Liberman Broadcasting acquired W40BY Chicago from Trinity Broadcasting Network with plans to launch its Estrella TV network on the low-power station.  The sale was closed on December 6.
April 2012, Liberman Broadcasting closed on its sale of a Houston-area station. The KSBJ Educational Foundation bought KXBJ-FM (96.9) for $2.1 million.
On May 2, 2012, Liberman Broadcasting closed its deal to sell KJOJ, Conroe (880)another Houston-area station to Aleluya Christian Broadcasting for $1 million.
On February 11, 2013, Liberman Broadcasting closed on its $6 million deal to sell Spanish CHR “Baila 101.7” KTCY in the Dallas Ft. Worth market to Educational Media Foundation.
This is a list of O&O Estrella TV stations.
|Estrella TV 40||WESV-LD||TV-40||10 kW||Chicago, Illinois|
|Estrella TV 29||KMPX-TV||TV-29||10 kW||Fort Worth, Texas|
|Estrella TV 53||KETD||TV-53||10 kW||Denver, Colorado|
|Estrella TV 61||KZJL-TV||TV-61||10 kW||Houston, Texas|
|Estrella TV 62||KRCA-TV||TV-62||10 kW||Los Angeles, California|
|Estrella TV 42||KVPA-LD||TV-42||10 kW||Phoenix|
|Estrella TV 25,||WASA-LD||TV-25||10 kW||Port Jervis, New York|
|Estrella TV 24||KPNZ-TV||TV-24||10 kW||Salt Lake City|
|Estrella TV 29||KSDX-LD||TV-29||10 kW||San Diego|
|La Raza 93.7||KNOR-FM||93.7 MHz||10 kW||Fort Worth, Texas|
|El Norte 98.3||KBOC-FM||98.3 MHz||25 kW|
|FunAsia Radio 104.9||KZMP-FM||104.9 MHz||10 kW|
|ESPN Deportes Radio 1540||KZMP-AM||1540 kHz||35 kW|
|La Bonita 106.7||KZZA-FM||106.7 MHz||25 kW|
|La Raza 103.3||KJOJ||103.3 MHz||25 kW||Houston, Texas|
|Balia 101.7||KNTE||101.7 MHz||35 kW||Bay City, Texas|
|El Norte 107.9||KQQK||107.9 MHz||25 kW||Beaumont, Texas|
|La Raza 98.5||KTJM||98.5 MHz||25 kW|
|Que Buena 96.1||KRQB||96.1 MHz||1 kW||San Bernardino, California|
|Que Buena 105.5||KBUE||105.5 MHz||1 kW||Los Angeles, California|
|Que Buena 94.3||KBUA||94.3 MHz||5 kW|
|Que Buena 94.3||KEBN||94.3 MHz||5 kW|
|La Ranchera 930||KHJ-AM||930 kHz||5 kW|
|Little Saigon Radio 1250||KVNR||1250 kHz||5 kW|
|La Rockola 96.7||KWIZ||96.7 MHz||5 kW|
The following television shows are produced by Liberman Broadcasting and are distributed exclusively to Liberman owned & operated TV stations:
- José Luis Sin Censura
- Maria Laria
- El Show de Don Cheto
- El Show de Lagrimita y Costel
- Estudio 2
- Alarma TV
- Trancazo Musical
- A Que No Puedes
- Noticero STN
- La Raza TV
- “El Humor de Hector Suarez”
- “Estrellitas Del Sabado”
- “El Shaka”
- “Quiero Triunfar”
- Que Jalada
- Noches con Platanito
- Esto es Guerra
- Calif. media company to buy Dallas radio stations Dallas Business Journal
- Salt Lake Stick Leads Liberman To Utah Hispanic Market Weekly
- Deals - 8/25/2008 Broadcasting & Cable
- "Coming, a new force in Hispanic TV". Media Life Magazine. March 20, 2009. Retrieved 2009-04-11.
- "LBI Media, Inc. Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2008 Results". PR Newswire. March 31, 2009. Retrieved 2009-04-11.
- Ostrow, Joanne (January 28, 2010). "Denver's TV market to get new Latino station". Denver Post. Retrieved February 2, 2010.
-  Broadcasting & Cable
- FCC records for sale of WASA-LP
- Television Business Report