KWCE-LP

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KWCE-LP
Alexandria, Louisiana
Branding Me-TV Alexandria
Channels Analog: 27 (UHF)
Affiliations MeTV
Owner Pollack/Belz Broadcasting Company, LLC
(Pollack/Belz Communication Company, Inc)
Sister station(s) KLAX-TV
Former callsigns K36DS (or KCLA) (1994-2004)
Former channel number(s) 36 (to 2006)
Former affiliations UPN (1998–2006)
RTV (2006–2012)
Website kwce.tv

KWCE-LP, channel 27, is a low-power analog television station in Alexandria, Louisiana. It is owned by Pollack/Belz Broadcasting Company along with ABC affiliate KLAX-TV, and is an affiliate of MeTV.

KWCE-LP had previously operated on channel 36 and was brought on air by Tiger Broadcasting Company of Miami, FL. In 2000, state representative Woody Jenkins attempted to purchase the station, but it eventually was acquired by Pollack/Belz in 2002, making KWCE-LP a sister station to KLAX-TV. It was the local affiliate of UPN until the network's closure in 2006. At that point, KWCE-LP switched to RetroTV. When KLAX upgraded to high definition in 2012, KWCE was moved to a subchannel of channel 31 and affiliated with Me-TV.

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