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McAllen, Texas
United States
CityMcAllen, Texas
BrandingUniMás McAllen
ChannelsDigital: 48 (UHF)
Virtual: 32 (PSIP)
Subchannels32.1 UniMás
32.2 Charge!
32.3 TBD
32.4 Stadium
Translators KNVO-2 48.2 (49.2 UHF) McAllen
OwnerEntravision Communications
Call letters' meaningK TeleFutura Rio Grande Valley (Refers to previous network name)
Sister station(s)KNVO-TV
Former callsignsK32ER (1997–2000)
KLIA-LP (2000–2006)
KTFV-CA (2006–2012)
Transmitter power12 kW
Height144 m
Facility ID28280
Transmitter coordinates26°5′18″N 98°3′44″W / 26.08833°N 98.06222°W / 26.08833; -98.06222

KTFV-CD, virtual channel 32 (UHF digital channel 48), branded as UniMás McAllen, is a low-powered, Class A UniMás-affiliated television station licensed to McAllen, Texas, United States. Owned by Entravision Communications (minority owned by Univision's parent, Univision Communications), it is a sister station to Fox/MyNetworkTV affiliateKFXV-LD, channel 67 (and it's translator KXFX-CD), The CW Plus affiliate KCWT-CD (channel 21) and Univision affiliate KNVO (channel 48). The five stations share studios on North Jackson Road in McAllen; KTFV-CD's transmitter is located near Scissors, near the United States-México country line.

Before becoming the primary UniMás affiliate, KTFV was a translator of sister station KXFX-CA alongside KCWT-CA.

Digital television[edit]

The station's digital channel is multiplexed:

Digital channels
RF Channel
Video Aspect Programming
32.1 48.1 1080i 16:9 Main KTFV programming / UniMás
32.2 48.2 480i Charge!
32.3 48.3 4:3 TBD
32.4 48.4 Stadium

After XHRIO dropped the Fox affiliation for MundoFox, residents of the lower Rio Grande Valley had trouble receiving the new low-power Fox signal. Due to this, it was decided to add a feed of KFXV to the second subchannel of KTFV and display it as 67.1 (same display channel as KFXV) in an attempt to reach a larger audience.

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