KUMY-LD

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KUMY-LD
Beaumont, Texas
United States
Channels Analog: 22
Digital: supposed to be 22 but still analog (UHF)
Affiliations Mexicanal
Owner Minority Broadcasting Company
(SETX Public Television Corporation)
Founded 2000s
Call letters' meaning BeaUmont M Y Network TV
Former callsigns K21DT (1991–2001)
K22GB (2001–2002)
KEBQ-LP (2002–2006)
KUMY-LP (2006–2012)
Former affiliations America One
My Network TV
Retro TV
Soul of the South
Transmitter coordinates 30°4′51.2″N 94°05′58.6″W / 30.080889°N 94.099611°W / 30.080889; -94.099611

KUMY-LD, Channel 22, is the Mexicanal affiliate for Beaumont, Texas.

The station was launched in the early 2000s and is owned by the Minority Broadcasting Company.

KUMY is not available on local cable but can be seen over the air on channel 22 and on DirecTV's local package for the Beaumont area. Their transmitter is in downtown Beaumont on top of the former Petroleum Building. Their antenna is about 200 feet above ground level.

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