List of LATV affiliates

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LATV is an American bilingual broadcast television network owned by LATV Networks, LLC, that is aimed at Hispanic and Latino American adults between the ages of 18 and 34. The following article is a list of current and former affiliates of the network.

Affiliates[edit]

Current affiliates[edit]

City of license/Market Station[1] Virtual
channel
Cable
channel
Owner

Arizona[edit]

Phoenix KPHE-LD 44.1 Lotus Communications Corporation
Tucson KWBA 58.2 Journal Broadcast Group

Baja California[edit]

Tijuana-San Diego, CA XHAS-TDT 33.2 Entravision Communications

California[edit]

Coachella Valley KEVC-CD 5.3 Entravision Communications
El Centro-Yuma, AZ KAJB 54.2
Fresno-Visalia KGPE 47.3 Nexstar Media Group
Los Angeles KVMD 31.1 KVMD TV, LLC. (Ronald Ulloa)
Monterey KSMS-TV 67.3 Entravision Communications
San Francisco-
Oakland-San Jose
KTVU 2.2 Fox Television Stations
Santa Barbara KPMR 38.3 Entravision Communications

Connecticut[edit]

Hartford-New Haven WUVN 18.4 Entravision Communications

Colorado[edit]

Denver KTFD 50.2 Entravision Communications
Colorado Springs-Pueblo KVSN-DT 48.3

District of Columbia[edit]

Washington WMDO-CD 47.2 Entravision Communications

Florida[edit]

Jacksonville-St. Augustine WQXT-CD 28.7 A1A TV, Inc.
Miami w16cc9 16.9 Paging Systems, Inc.
Daytona Beach-Orlando WOTF-TV 26.2 Entravision Communications
Tampa-St. Petersburg WFTT-TV 62.2 Entravision Communications
West Palm Beach WTVX 34.4 Sinclair Broadcast Group

Georgia[edit]

Atlanta WANN-CD 32.6 Prism Broadcasting Network

Illinois[edit]

Chicago W25DW-D 25.5 Mako Communications

Massachusetts[edit]

Boston WUTF-TV 27.2 Entravision Communications

Michigan[edit]

Detroit WHNE-LD 14.1 Tait Broadcasting

Nevada[edit]

Las Vegas KINC 15.2 Entravision Communications

New Mexico[edit]

Albuquerque KTFQ-TV 41.2 Univision Communications

New York[edit]

New York City WBQM-LD 51.2 Time Warner Cable 186
Verizon FiOS 480
Albany WYBN-LD 14.7 Mid Hudson Cable 21
Cable Ad Net New York, Inc.

Oklahoma[edit]

Oklahoma City KOHC-CD 45.2 Sunshine State Television Networks Inc.

Pennsylvania[edit]

Philadelphia WZPA-LD 33.4 Mako Communications

Puerto Rico[edit]

Aguadilla WSJX-LP 24 Caribbean Broadcasting Network

Texas[edit]

Austin KVAT-LD 17.2 Mako Communications
Dallas KTXD 47.3 London Broadcasting Company
Corpus Christi KORO-TV 28.3 Entravision Communications
El Paso KINT-TV 26.3
Harlingen-McAllen KNVO-TV 48.3
Houston KUVM-CD 34.1 Mako Communications
Laredo KLDO 19.4 Entravision Communications
Mesquite-Dallas-Fort Worth KATA-CD 50.1 Mako Communications
Midland-Odessa KUPB 18.2 Entravision Communications
San Antonio KISA-LD 40.2 Mako Communications

Utah[edit]

Salt Lake City KULX-CD 10.3 Entravision Communications

Washington[edit]

Yakima KWYT 39.3 Grupo Hispanavision

Wisconsin[edit]

Fond du Lac/Milwaukee WIWN 68.4 CNZ Communications

Former affiliates[edit]

City of license/Market Station Current ownership Years of affiliation Status
Aguadilla, Puerto Rico WSJP-LD 18.3 Caribbean Broadcasting Network
(Was owned at the time by LKK Group)
2007-2014 Now a secondary Comet affiliate
Amarillo, Texas KFDA-TV 10.4 Raycom Media
(was owned at the time by Drewry Communications Group)
2008–2011 Was simulcasting NewsChannel 10 24/7; now a MeTV affiliate
KEYU 31.2 2011–2018 Subchannel now defunct
Atlanta, Georgia WTBS-LD 26.9/30.9 Prism Broadcasting Network 2011
Cape Coral/Fort Myers, Florida WFTX-TV 36.2/35.2 E. W. Scripps Company 2009–2016 Now an Escape affiliate
Chicago, Illinois WGN-TV 9.2/19.2 Tribune Broadcasting 2008–2010 Now an Antenna TV affiliate
WOCK-CD 13.1/4.1 KM Communications 2010–2013 Now a MundoMax affiliate
Coachella Valley KVER-CA 4.2/40.2 Entravision Communications 2011-2015 Station is now on virtual channel 41, affiliation moved to KEVC-CD
Columbus, Ohio WCSN-LD 32.2/33.2 Columbus Television, LLC 2015-2016
Dallas–Fort Worth, Texas KDAF 33.2/32.2 Tribune Broadcasting 2007–2010 Now an Antenna TV affiliate
Detroit, Michigan WDIV-TV 4.2/45.2 Graham Media Group
(Was owned at the time by Post-Newsweek Stations)
2007–2013 Now a This TV affiliate
El Paso, Texas KVIA-TV 7.4 News-Press & Gazette Company Unknown start date-December 2010 Now an Azteca affiliate
KTFN (see status) Entravision Communications December 2010 – 2014 For some time in December 2010, the station broadcast in 65.2 (then MundoMax afiiliate, now airing an SMPTE Test pattern), simultaneously with KTFN sister station Univision affiliate KINT-TV 26.2 (that subchannel now broadcasting a standard definition simulcast of KTFN 65.1); moved in 2012 to subchannel 65.3 (then ZUUS Latino-affiliate; now off-air); and moved again for the last time to subchannel 65.4 (still on-air but no longer audio and video there) until they stopped airing that channel in 2014; affiliation moved to sister station KINT-DT3.
Fresno, California KSEE 24.3/-- Nexstar Media Group 2007–2016 Now a Grit affiliate
Houston, Texas KPRC-TV 2.2/35.2 Graham Media Group
(Was owned at the time by Post-Newsweek Stations)
2007–2013 Now a This TV affiliate
KYAZ 51.6/47.6 Una Vez Mas Holdings, LLC 2012-2015 Now airing QVC.
Jacksonville, Florida WJXT 4.2/42.2 Graham Media Group
(Was owned at the time by Post-Newsweek Stations)
2007–2013 Now a This TV affiliate
Miami, Florida WPLG 10.2/-- World Media Holdings
(operated by Graham Media Group)
(was owned at the time by Post-Newsweek Stations)
2007–2013 Now a MeTV affiliate
Midland–Odessa, Texas KWES-TV 9.2/-- Raycom Media
(was owned at the time by Drewry Communications Group)
2007-2012 Now a CW affiliate (via The CW Plus)
New Bedford, Massachusetts/Providence-New Bedford WLWC 28.2/22.2 OTA Broadcasting, LLC 2010–2014 Now a Movies! affiliate
Orlando, Florida WKMG-TV 6.2/26.2 Graham Media Group
(Was owned at the time by Post-Newsweek Stations)
2007–2013 Now a Cozi TV affiliate
Phoenix, Arizona KPDF-CA 41.3/-- Una Vez Mas Holdings, LLC 2010-2016 Replaced by LifehacksDRTV, and the LATV affiliation moved to KPHE-LD.
Sacramento, California KTXL 40.2/-- Tribune Broadcasting 2007–2011 Now an Antenna TV affiliate
San Antonio, Texas KSAT-TV 12.2 Graham Media Group
(Was owned at the time by Post-Newsweek Stations)
2010-2012 On April 2, 2012, KSAT replaced LATV with the classic television service MeTV. Not to confused on digital 40.2, if you live in neighborhoods of San Antonio and have a strong signal, you will see LATV. So technically, it's moved to 40.2.
Twin Falls, Idaho KXTF 35.2 Northwest Broadcasting
(was owned at the time by Sunbelt Communications Company)
2007-2009 Main channel now affiliated with Cozi TV, This TV was on 35.2 2009-2012 then on main channel 2012-2013
Ventura, California (Los Angeles) KJLA 57.1 Costa de Oro Media, LLC (Walter Ulloa) (KJLA, LLC) 2007–2017 Now an Azteca América affiliate
Yuma, Arizona/El Centro, California KYMA-DT 11.2 Northwest Broadcasting
(was owned at the time by Sunbelt Communications Company)
2007-2009 Then a This TV affiliate; subchannel now replaced with Ion

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