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|Slogan||At 9, It's News, At 10, It's History|
|Channels||Digital: 20 (UHF)
Virtual: 67 (PSIP)
(Entravision Holdings, LLC)
|Call letters' meaning||K TeXas FoX|
|Former callsigns||K20FK (1997–1999)
|Former channel number(s)||20 (UHF analog, 1999–2001)
21 (UHF analog, 2001–2015)
|Former affiliations||Telefutura (2005–2012)|
|Transmitter power||0.5 kW|
KXFX-CD is a low-power television station in Brownsville, Texas, broadcasting locally as a translator of Fox affiliate KFXV-LD 67.1 on channel 20.1. It was previously an affiliate of the Telefutura network.
While affiliated with Telefutura, the programming of KXFX-CA (then known as KVTF-CA) was also seen in McAllen on KTFV-CA channel 32, in La Feria on KCWT-CA channel 30, and on the digital signal of KNVO channel 48.2 / 49.2. KTFV and the KNVO subchannel continue to carry what is now UniMás, while KCWT is now a CW affiliate.
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