Media in Los Angeles

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The media of Los Angeles serve a large population in the Los Angeles area.

Los Angeles Times Headquarters

The major daily newspaper in the area is the Los Angeles Times. La Opinión is the city's major Spanish-language paper. There are also a wide variety of smaller regional newspapers, alternative weeklies and magazines, including the Los Angeles Daily News (which focuses coverage on the San Fernando Valley), Los Angeles Register, LA Weekly, Los Angeles magazine, Los Angeles Business Journal, Los Angeles Daily Journal (legal industry paper), The Hollywood Reporter and Variety (entertainment industry papers), and Los Angeles Downtown News. In addition to the English- and Spanish-language papers, numerous local periodicals serve immigrant communities in their native languages, including Korean, Persian, Russian and Japanese.

Many cities adjacent to Los Angeles also have their own daily newspapers whose coverage and availability overlaps into certain Los Angeles neighborhoods. Examples include the Daily Breeze (serving the South Bay), and The Long Beach Press-Telegram.

Los Angeles arts, culture and nightlife news is also covered by a number of local and national online guides like Thrillist, Kristin's List, DailyCandy, LAist, and Flavorpill[1]

The Los Angeles metro area is served by a wide variety of local television stations, and is the second-largest designated market area in the U.S. with 5,431,140 homes (4.956% of the U.S.).

Los Angeles is the only city to have all 7 VHF allocations possible assigned to it. Other markets have 7 VHF but they are split among different cities. For instance, New York City has 7 VHF allocations but two of these are assigned to cities in New Jersey.

Los Angeles, along with Washington, DC, is one of the few TV markets that did not have a VHF allocation reserved for public broadcasting.

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Note: Bold letter is the network owned-station.

Channel Call Sign Network Digital subchannel Digital Subchannel Digital Subchannel Owner
2 KCBS CBS -- -- -- CBS Television Stations
4 KNBC NBC Cozi TV -- -- NBC Universal Television Stations
5 KTLA CW Antenna TV This TV -- Tribune Company
6 KSFV Independent -- -- -- Venture Technologies Group
7 KABC ABC Live Well Network (HD) Live Well Network (SD) -- Disney-ABC Television Group
9 KCAL Independent -- -- -- CBS Television Stations
11 KTTV FOX -- -- -- Fox Television Stations
13 KCOP MyNetworkTV Bounce TV Movies! -- Fox Television Stations
18 KSCI Independent UTB Hollywood (Japanese channel) -- -- AsianMedia Group
22 KWHY MundoFOX Canál 22 -- -- Meruelo Group
24 KVCR-DT PBS-HD PBS-SD KVCR Desert Cities Create TV San Bernardino Community College
25 KNET-CD Independent -- -- -- Venture Technologies Group
27 KNLA-CD Independent -- -- -- Venture Technologies Group
28 KCET Public TV KCET Kids and Family V-me MHz WorldView Community Television of Southern California
30 KPXN-TV Ion qubo ION Life Worship ION Media Networks
31.6 KVMD-DT6 BereaVision Independent BereaVision General Communication Center Berea
33 KSVM-LP Spanish/English Independent -- -- -- LATV Holdings, LLC
34 KMEX-DT Univision -- -- -- Univision Communications
40 KTBN TBN -- -- -- Trinity Broadcasting Network
44 KXLA FCI,[16] KBS,[17] YTN,[18] Saigon TV[19] Arirang TV IAVC (Mandarin) New Tang Dynasty TV Rancho Palos Verdes Broadcasters, Inc.
46 KFTR-DT UniMas -- -- -- Univision Communications
50 KOCE PBS-HD OC Channel Daystar World KOCE-TV Foundation
52 KVEA Telemundo -- -- -- NBC Universal Television Stations
54 KAZA Azteca America -- -- -- Pappas Telecasting Companies
56 KDOC Independent ENSE TV Me-TV -- Ellis Communications, Inc
57 KJLA Main KJLA programming/ LATV LATV Korean International Broadcasting (Korean) Saigon Entertainment Television (Vietnamese) LATV Holdings, LLC
58 KLCS PBS PBS Kids Create Telecourses Los Angeles Unified School District
62 KRCA Estrella TV -- -- -- Liberman Broadcasting
63 KBEH CNN Latino -- -- -- HERO Broadcasting, LLC

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