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People ask pointless questions.
- Not a pointless question, but it is most definitely one that can be answered with a heaping spoonful of common sense. Mike H 15:51, Jul 13, 2005 (UTC)
In 2010, KVEA/KWHY will move from its longtime home on Alameda Avenue in Burbank, NBC Studios. A new studio is being built at Telemundo Square in Wilshire Center, 8.51 miles away in Mid-Wilshire.
This cannot be verified and was added by an anon user who vandalized several radio station pages today. It should only be added back if it can be verified. Tobycat 01:32, 28 May 2005 (UTC)
For most of its existence, the station served as an Telemundo affiliate but became the Univision affiliate for Los Angeles on July 1, 2006, following the defection of long-time Univision station KMEX-TV to NBC Universal.
I moved this content here for further discussion/evaluation because it is confusing. The date stated is in the future. Additionally, a check of KVEA's website still shows an ABC affiliation. It's unclear what this content is trying to convey.Tobycat 03:43, 12 January 2006 (UTC)
- That makes no sense, as KVEA is owned by NBC Universal and KMEX-TV is owned by Univision. I asked around to a couple people I know who work at both stations and it is not true in any way. -- FunkyChicken! 03:43, January 12, 2006 (UTC)
- This user has been adding similar remarks to other LA area station pages Jorobeq 23:55, 22 September 2006 (UTC)
Removal of newscast schedules?
To all editors, please see the discussion at Wikipedia_talk:What_Wikipedia_is_not#Newscast_schedules.2C_redux, where the issue of removing locally originated programming schedules is discussed. Calwatch 05:22, 23 August 2006 (UTC)
Not very comfortable with these paragraphs
On January 15, 2001 KVEA launched a number of news programs in to compete with powerhouse KMEX. From 6 a.m to 7 "Buenos Dias Los Angeles" began transmision. After the terrorists attacks of 9/11, the station upped the "Buenos Dias" coverage by an hour, starting at 5 a.m.. The show was anchored by seasoned Mexican journalist and former CBS Telenoticias reporter, Ruben Luengas, Anchor Azalea Iniguez and by Sal Morales in charge of weather and the light side of the news. Iniguez was KVEA's popular weeknight anchor who came to Los Angeles from her native Mexico. Morales used to sub for Luengas when he was on vacation or working on an assignment. Real CHP officer Guillermo Preciado joined them later on, providing traffic reports. This concept brought the element of "familia unida" implemented by News Director Al Corral, which proves that Hispanics are loyal to what they know and tend to shy from getting anything from another source including news. From day one, this team clicked. This chemistry worked: The three anchors really liked and respected one another. The viewers caught on and "Buenos Dias" was perceived as a real contender to KMEX's morning show, "Primera Edicion". Sadly this team is no longer in place. Only Azalea Iniguez remains in the mornings as Head Anchor for "Buenos Dias"
- or this one:
In 2006, Eduardo Quezada left the station. Once again KVEA is playing musical chairs with their on air personalities. Time will tell if they finally have gotten their act together.
Many changes are still needed in this article Jorobeq 23:54, 22 September 2006 (UTC)
- I wholeheartedly agree that changes are needed, but I think the issue here is more about unencyclopedic tone and opinion than poor grammar. Perhaps a change in templates is in order? Anyway, I think this section needs some citations before we can worry about copy editing. Paulwe2 (talk) 22:46, 3 May 2015 (UTC)
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