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(Repeater for WKAQ-TV since 1995)
Tele12 logo
Aguadilla / Mayagüez, Puerto Rico
Branding Tele12
Slogan El sol del oeste
(The sun of the west)
Channels Digital: 12 (VHF)
Virtual: 12 (PSIP)
Subchannels 12.1 Telemundo HD
12.2 Punto 2
12.3 Telemundo SD
Translators W21CX-D 21.1 Mayagüez
Affiliations Telemundo
(will become Univision on January 1, 2015)
Owner Western Broadcasting Corp. of Puerto Rico
(Empresas Bechara, Inc.)
Founded May 10, 1960
First air date May 1960[1]
Sister station(s) WKJB, WPRA
Former callsigns WOLE-TV (1960–2009)
Former channel number(s) Analog:
12 (VHF, 1960–2009)
Former affiliations Independent (1960-1979)
Repeater for WKAQ-TV (1979-1984)
Repeater for WAPA-TV (1984-1994)
Transmitter power 47 kW
Height 661 m
Facility ID 71725
Transmitter coordinates 18°09′0″N 66°59′0″W / 18.15000°N 66.98333°W / 18.15000; -66.98333
Website www.woletv.net

WOLE-DT is a full-power television station licensed to Aguadilla, Puerto Rico transmitting over digital channel 12. The station has its studios in Aguadilla and its main offices are located in the Westernbank Building in downtown Mayagüez.

WOLE-DT is owned by Western Broadcasting Corporation of Puerto Rico and serves as a repeater for WKAQ-TV under an affiliation agreement and simulcasts over 95% of its programing. The station brands itself as Tele12 during local programing.

WOLE-DT simulcasts on W21CX-D, channel 21.1. W21CX-D is a translator station in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico and is also owned by Western Broadcasting Corporation of Puerto Rico.

On October 15, 2014, Univision Communications announced that WOLE-DT will become a satellite of Univision station WLII-DT; pending regulatory approval, the programming change will occur on January 1, 2015. With the move, WOLE will drop all programming from WKAQ-TV and Telemundo, which quickly entered into negotiations with WLII's existing western Puerto Rico satellite, WORA-TV (channel 5).[2]

Noticias Locales[edit]

WOLE-DT produces a 10-minute segment of local news called "Noticias Locales" similar to WORA-TV's WORA TV Noticias. The station uses a Telemundo 12 logo during these segments.

Digital television[edit]

  • 12.1/21.1: main WOLE-DT Programming / Telemundo HD
  • 12.2/21.2: Punto 2
  • 12.3/21.3: WOLE-DT Programming / Telemundo SD


  1. ^ The Broadcasting and Cable Yearbook says May 13, while the Television and Cable Factbook says May 10.
  2. ^ Santana, Glenn (October 15, 2014). "Con nueva señal en el oeste Univisión y Telemundo en el 2015". Primera Hora (in Spanish). Retrieved October 16, 2014. 

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