|Branding||WESV 40 Chicago|
|Channels||Digital: 40 (UHF)|
(KRCA License LLC)
|Founded||December 8, 1987|
|Call letters' meaning||W-Estrella TV|
|Former callsigns||W36AO (1987-2002)
|Former channel number(s)||Analog:
|Transmitter power||6 kW|
|Height||455 m (above ground level)|
WESV-LD is a low-power television station that is licensed in Chicago and is owned by Liberman Broadcasting. The station is an owned-and operated station of Liberman's Spanish language Estrella TV, and transmits from Willis Tower in The Loop.
|Virtual & Physical Channel||Video
|40.1||720p||16:9||WESV-LD||Main WESV-LD programming / Estrella TV|
Prior to becoming an Estrella TV affiliate, this station was licensed to Palatine and it was owned by Trinity Broadcasting Network as a translator of full-power station WWTO-TV in LaSalle for Chicago's northwest suburbs before moving to Chicago proper in the digital age. Liberman bought the licence in February 2010. The sale was closed on December 6 and the station signed on with Estrella TV programming the following day.
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