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Fresno, California
United States
BrandingKZMM 22
ChannelsDigital: 35 (UHF)
Virtual: 22 (PSIP)
AffiliationsSpanish Independent
OwnerHC2 Holdings
(HC2 Station Group, Inc.)
FoundedJanuary 4, 1991
Call letters' meaningKZ Mas Musica (former affiliate)
Former callsignsK07UX (1991-2000)
KZMM-LP (2000-2004)
KZMM-CA (2004-2012)
Former channel number(s)Analog:
7 (VHF, 1999-2004)
22 (UHF, 2004-2012)
22 (UHF, 2012-2018)
Former affiliationsMas Musica (1991-2006)
Tres (2006-2015)
Transmitter power150 kW
Facility ID18740

KZMM-CD is an Independent station in Fresno, California, broadcasting locally on virtual channel 22 (digital channel 35). As a Tres affiliate, The Station is owned by HC2 Holdings.


Logo for KZMM used from 2006-2015.

On January 4, 1991, the station signed on as K07UX, and the station was later granted class A status in 2004. The Station signed on as an affiliate of Mas Musica, which played all Spanish music videos 24 hours a day.

In December 2005, Viacom acquired Más Música and ten of the network's affiliated stations (Including KZMM). The sale was finalized in January 2006, when Más Música became MTV Tres, and KZMM started broadcasting that programming.[1] The station continued the tradition & aired videos of various Latin American music styles, including Latin Hip Hop and R&B, Rock and Contemporary Spanish-language hits, a constant that remained even with the merger of Mas Musica into "MTV Tr3́s". General programming also airs from the station's current network.

In 2013, CNZ Communications purchased KZMM from Viacom.[2]

On August 3, 2015, KZMM-CD dropped the MTV Tres Affiliation and went to be a Spanish Independent Station, The Station also added additional Subchannels with additional programming.

Digital channels[edit]

The station's digital channel is multiplexed:

Channel Programming[3]
22.1 Main KZMM-CD programming
22.2 EVINE Live
22.3 SonLife
22.4 3ABN Latino


  1. ^ Higgins, John M. (2006-04-02). "MTV Makes Bilingual Music". Broadcasting & Cable. Retrieved 2007-08-08.
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ KZMM-CD Digital Subchannels from Rabbitears

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