WSJX-LP

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WSJX-LP
CityAguadilla, Puerto Rico
ChannelsAnalog: 24 (UHF)
BrandingLATV Puerto Rico
Programming
AffiliationsDefunct
Ownership
OwnerCaribbean Broadcasting Network
WSJP-LD
WVGN-LD
WVXF
History
First air date
October 19, 2005
Last air date
November 1, 2020
(license cancelled January 14, 2021)
Former call signs
W24CU (2002-2004)
CBS (via WVXF)
Fox (2004–2014)
Silent (2014–2015)
LATV (2016-2020)
Call sign meaning
San Juan Fox
(former affiliation)
Technical information
Facility ID128825
ClassLPTV
ERP5 kW
Links
Websitewww.caribbeanbroadcasting.com

WSJX-LP, UHF analog channel 24, was a low-powered LATV-affiliated television station licensed to Aguadilla, Puerto Rico. The station was owned by Caribbean Broadcasting Network along with sister station WSJP-LD (channel 18).

History[edit]

The station has been silent on January 2014. From that point until the Fox affiliation ended, it continued broadcasting on channel 18.2 of sister station WSJP-LD.

On January 1, 2016, and after two years off the air, WSJX-LP resumes broadcasting and becomes an affiliate of the LATV network.

WSJX-LP broadcasts the entire LATV schedule with Shop LC paid programming overnights.

The station has been silent since November 1, 2020. The station's call-sign has been deleted from the FCC database on January 14, 2021. The LATV affiliation has been moved to the fifth subchannel of WSJP-LD.

WSJX's former logo as a Fox affiliate.

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