|Channels||Digital: 31 (UHF)|
|Founded||February 18, 1997|
|Call letters' meaning||"XOF" is "Fox" spelled backwards (former callsign of KETF-CD; callsign predates the creation of XOF Productions by twelve years)|
|Former callsigns||K15EZ (1997–1999)|
K25GN (June–October 1999)
|Former affiliations||Enlace TBN (1997–1999)|
|Transmitter power||15 kW|
KXOF-CD is a Class A Digital television station in Laredo, Texas, broadcasting locally as an affiliate of the UniMás network on digital channel 31.1. KXOF-CD's digital channel 31 also has one subchannel 31.2 KETF-CD Fox.
The station began on channel 15 as K15EZ in 1997, moving to channel 25 in 1999 as K25GN. From 1999 to 2005, it was KZLD-LP, which aired the primetime lineup of the PAX network. Entravision bought the station in 2005, in which they switched the station to the Spanish-language Telefutura network as KETF-CA. In 2009, KETF-CA went off the air due to XHBR transmitting digitally on channel 25.1. In June 2009, KETF-CA applied for a permit to start transmitting digitally on channel 31.1. In January 2010, it began broadcasting on digital channel 31.1, and changed its call sign to KETF-CD on January 3, 2011. On January 7, 2013, Telefutura changed its name to UniMás.
|Channel||Video||Aspect||PSIP short name||Programming|
|31.1||480i||4:3||KXOF-CD||Main KXOF-CD programming / UniMás|
|31.2||720p||16:9||KETF||Simulcast of KETF-CD|
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