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San Juan, Puerto Rico
City of license San Juan, Puerto Rico
Branding TCV Music Network
Channels Digital: 32 (UHF)
Subchannels 32.1 Independent
Owner International Broadcasting Corporation
First air date October 1, 1964 (original incarnation)
July 29, 1984 (current incarnation)
Call letters' meaning Tu Canal de Videos[citation needed]
Former callsigns WTSJ-TV (1964-1972)
WSJU (1984-1997)
WTCV (1997-2001)
WAVB-TV (2001-2002)
Former channel number(s) Analog:
18 (1984-2009)
Former affiliations NBC (1984-1991)
HSN (2001-2002)
Music Videos (1991-2013)
Transmitter power 759 kW (analog)
50 kW (digital)
Height 847 m (both)
Facility ID 28954
Transmitter coordinates 18°18′28″N 65°47′41″W / 18.30778°N 65.79472°W / 18.30778; -65.79472

WTCV is a full-service television station in San Juan, Puerto Rico transmitting over digital channel 32. The station's programming consists of informercials & Music Videos, and is the Flagship of the TCV Music Network. WVEO is a full-service television station in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico transmitting on digital channel 17. WVOZ-TV (digital channel 47) is also a full-service television station located in Ponce, Puerto Rico. These stations are part of the TCV Music Network owned and operated by International Broadcasting Corporation.[citation needed]

During the 1980s and early 1990s, WTCV was known as WSJU (SJU standing for San Juan International Airport's ID) and was an NBC affiliate, one of two commercial English-language networked stations broadcasting in Puerto Rico (the other being WPRV-TV) during the 80s; around 1990, the station also carried Home Shopping Network programming during most of the late-morning and afternoon hours.[1][self-published source?] There are now three commercial English-language network-affiliated stations in Puerto Rico, all of which broadcast from Mayagüez.[citation needed]

Satellite stations[edit]

WTCV can be seen across Puerto Rico on the following stations:[citation needed]

Station City of license Channels
First air date Last air date ERP
Facility ID Transmitter Coordinates
WVEO1 Aguadilla 44 (UHF)
17 (UHF)
October 7, 1974 present 309 kW
42 kW
372 m
372 m
61573 18°18′59″N 67°10′41″W / 18.31639°N 67.17806°W / 18.31639; -67.17806 (WVEO)
WVOZ-TV2 Ponce 48 (UHF)
47 (UHF)
June 1986 present 61.7 kW
50.1 kW
247 m
247 m
29000 18°4′43″N 66°44′49″W / 18.07861°N 66.74694°W / 18.07861; -66.74694 (WVOZ-TV)


  • 1. WVEO was a satellite of WAPA-TV from its 1974 sign-on until 2001.
  • 2. WVOZ used the callsign WIEC from its 1986 sign-on until 1993.

Digital television[edit]

On February 17, 2009, WTCV signed off its analog signal and completed its move to digital.


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