Coordinates: 27°31′28.9″N 99°31′20.8″W / 27.524694°N 99.522444°W / 27.524694; -99.522444
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BrandingBuena Vida Broadcasting
Subchannels15.1: Spanish-language religious
for others, see § Subchannels
OwnerJ. B. Salazar
FoundedJanuary 12, 1998
First air date
December 10, 1999 (23 years ago) (1999-12-10)
Former call signs
K68FU (1999–2000)
KLMV-LP (2000–2011)
Former channel number(s)
Analog: 68 (UHF, 1999–2011)
Vida Communications (1999–2000)
HSN (2000–2003)
Almavision (2003–2006)
Independent (2006–2020)
MeTV (2020–2022)
Call sign meaning
"Laredo's Most Valuable"
Technical information
Licensing authority
Facility ID29452
ERP15 kW
HAAT96.1 m (315 ft)
Transmitter coordinates27°31′28.9″N 99°31′20.8″W / 27.524694°N 99.522444°W / 27.524694; -99.522444
Public license information

KLMV-LD (channel 15) is a low-power Spanish-language religious independent television station in Laredo, Texas, United States. The station is owned by J. B. Salazar.


KLMV started broadcasting on December 10, 1999, as K68FU on analog channel 68 and was Buena Vida Broadcasting's flagship station. It aired independent Spanish Christian programming across South Texas. From 1999 to 2000, channel 68 was affiliated with Vida Communications, and then HSN. From 2003 through 2006, the station was affiliated with Almavision. In September 2006, KLMV went independent. KLMV was Buena Vida Broadcasting's flagship station.[1] The network, KLMV, and the repeaters are owned and operated by J. B. Salazar. In July 2012, KLMV started broadcasting on subchannel 15.3 a local general programming channel called Televida Laredo. In February 2011, KLMV switched to digital channel 15. In late December 2012, KLMV announced that it would start broadcasting TeLe-Romantica programming on subchannel 15.2 in the first quarter of 2013. In February 2013, TeLe-Romantica programming could be seen on channel 15.2 and Vida Vision TV on 15.4. In March 2013, KLMV replaced TeLe-Romántica programming with infomercials and switched Televida Laredo on 15.4 and Vida Vision on 15.3. In early 2014, KLMV dropped Televida Laredo programming and replaced it with color bars. In September 2020, KLMV dropped all religious programming and affiliated to MeTV[2] on its main channel, Estrella TV[3] on 15.2, Movies![4] on channel 15.3 and Jewelry TV[3] on channel 15.4. As of November 2022, KLMV is once again displaying color bars on all four channels. In December 2022, KLMV started broadcasting La Fregona TV on subchannel 15.2 and Voz y Vision TV on channel 15.3. On Tuesday February 28, 2023, a television network called Vision Latina began its transmissions on the main channel 15.1. [5][6]


The station's signal is multiplexed:

Subchannels of KLMV-LD
Channel Res. Aspect Short name Programming
15.1 480i 4:3 KLMV-LP Spanish-language religious
15.2 La Fregona TV
15.3 Movies!
15.4 [Blank]


  1. ^ "Buena Vida Broadcasting's stations".
  2. ^ "Where to Watch MeTV". Me-TV Network.
  3. ^ a b "Orbytv channel finder enter 78041".
  4. ^ "Movies! TV Network | Where to Watch Movies!". Movies! TV Network.
  5. ^ Sabado 3 de Diciembre 2022 iniciamos transmision al aire 24/7 por canal 15.2 y 15.4, para los 2 Laredos, La fregona tv el canal de @CoyutlaRestaurant . | By La fregona tv | Facebook, retrieved December 29, 2022
  6. ^ Humbert, Raymie (April 14, 2023). "What Is Visión Latina?". En Frecuencia. Retrieved September 1, 2023.