KVEA

KVEA, virtual channel 52 (UHF digital channel 25), is a Telemundo owned-and-operated television station serving Los Angeles, California, United States. Licensed to Corona, it is Telemundo's West Coast flagship station. KVEA is owned by the NBC Owned Television Stations subsidiary of NBCUniversal (itself a subsidiary of Comcast), as part of a duopoly with Los Angeles-licensed NBC West Coast flagship KNBC (channel 4). The two stations share studios on Lankershim Boulevard in Universal City; KVEA's transmitter is located atop Mount Wilson.

KVEA
Telemundo 52 2012
Corona/Los Angeles, California
United States
CityCorona, California
BrandingTelemundo 52 (read as "Telemundo Cincuenta y Dos")
Noticiero Telemundo 52 (newscasts)
ChannelsDigital: 25 (UHF)
Virtual: 52 (PSIP)
Affiliations
OwnerNBCUniversal
(NBC Telemundo License LLC)
First air dateJune 29, 1966
Call letters' meaningQue VEA ("You should see" in Spanish)
Sister station(s)KNBC
Former callsigns
  • KMTW-TV (1966–1968)
  • KBSC-TV (1968–1985)
Former channel number(s)
  • Analog:
  • 52 (UHF, 1966–2009)
  • Digital:
  • 39 (UHF, until 2019)
Former affiliations
Transmitter power620 kW
Height988.9 m (3,244 ft)
Facility ID19783
Transmitter coordinates34°12′47.8″N 118°3′41″W / 34.213278°N 118.06139°WCoordinates: 34°12′47.8″N 118°3′41″W / 34.213278°N 118.06139°W
Licensing authorityFCC
Public license informationProfile
CDBS
Websitewww.telemundo52.com

History

KVEA first went on the air on June 29, 1966 as independent station KMTW-TV. The station was founded by Mount Wilson Broadcasting, which planned to expand into the television market. Mount Wilson Broadcasting sold the station's license to Kaiser Broadcasting (which owned UHF independents in several large media markets) before KMTW's debut. It was the third commercial UHF station in Los Angeles, after KIIX-TV (channel 22, now KWHY-TV) and KMEX-TV (channel 34). Kaiser changed channel 52's call letters to KBSC-TV, standing for "Kaiser Broadcasting Southern California" (the KMTW call sign is currently used by a MyNetworkTV affiliate in Wichita, Kansas).

KBSC was never a serious competitor against established independents KTLA (channel 5), KHJ-TV (channel 9, now KCAL-TV), KTTV (channel 11) and KCOP (channel 13). Few television sets could receive UHF broadcasts at the time, and there was insufficient program inventory.

The station operated on a half-day schedule, usually signing on in the early afternoon and signing off in the late evening. KBSC carried general entertainment: cartoons, short films, sitcoms and old movies. Weekday-afternoon programming was directed at children, with Japanese cartoons dubbed into English (including Speed Racer, Kimba the White Lion, Ultraman, Johnny Sokko and Gigantor) and compilations of comedy short subjects by the Three Stooges and the Little Rascals.

KBSC also aired programs produced by other Kaiser stations, such as WKBD's Lou Gordon Program. Gordon's weekly show was broadcast at least twice a week (on Saturdays and Sundays) during the early 1970s. Programs rarely flowed smoothly from one to the next; most of the children's programming was punctuated by long breaks, consisting of a shot of the station's logo, call letters and city of license accompanied by Bert Kaempfert's "That Happy Feeling". The logo was a black "52" joined at the top within a white television screen, typical of Kaiser stations; the logo and song began its broadcast day.

In 1976 Kaiser left broadcasting and sold its stations to its partner, Field Communications, except for KBSC and a minority stake in Cleveland station WUAB; the latter was sold by majority owner United Artists to Gaylord Broadcasting. KBSC, not included in the deal due to its low ratings and lack of growth potential in the Los Angeles market, was sold to Oak Communications.

The station's general-entertainment format initially remained the same from its noon sign-on. By April 1977, KBSC's programming ran from 1:15 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. It then became the Los Angeles-area outlet of ONTV, which carried movies and live sports and whose programming aired after 8:00 p.m.-12:00 midnight on weekdays and 8:00 p.m.-2:00am on weekends.

In 1978 KBSC changed to a 24-hour schedule, running ONTV from 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. daily. From 6:00 a.m. to noon the station broadcast public affairs and religious programs, with general-entertainment programming initially retained from noon to the start of ONTV programming in the evening. In summer 1979, KBSC sold its entertainment-programming inventory to KTLA. The station broadcast religious programs from 6:00 to 9:00 a.m. and ONTV after 6:00 p.m., with Spanish-language programming from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on weekdays and 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturdays. English-language religious programming was carried on Sundays from 6:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

In 1980 KBSC expanded its Spanish programming from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on weekdays and 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on weekends, with ONTV programming filling the rest of the day. In 1982, the station began carrying ONTV on a scrambled signal 24 hours a day.

In September 1985 KBSC was sold to Miami-based NetSpan, which became Telemundo in 1987. It was the first mainland U.S. station owned by Telemundo at the network's beginning. ONTV was dropped, and the station's call letters were changed to KVEA; KBSC callsign was later used for low-powered station in Brookings, Oregon. The call letters represent the Spanish phrase Que vea, meaning "You should see".

NBC purchased Telemundo in 2001, creating a triopoly with NBC-owned-and-operated KNBC and Spanish-language independent KWHY (channel 22; that station was later sold in 2011). Los Angeles and San Francisco are the only markets where a company can legally own three stations, due to Federal Communications Commission rules permitting ownership of more than two stations in markets with a minimum of 20 full-power television stations. KVEA's news, promotion and senior-management operations moved to NBC's Burbank studios. In spring 2014, the station's news department moved to Universal Studios Hollywood, where it shares a new broadcast facility with KNBC.

Digital television

Digital channels

The station's digital signal is multiplexed:

Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming[1]
52.1 1080i 16:9 KVEA-HD Main KVEA-DT programming / Telemundo
52.2 480i 4:3 T-Xitos TeleXitos

On December 5, 2010, KVEA began mobile DTV broadcasts. It operates a mobile DTV feed of subchannel 52.1, broadcasting at 1.83 Mbit/s.[2][3]

Analog-to-digital conversion

KVEA shut down its analog signal, over UHF channel 52, on June 12, 2009, as part of the federally mandated transition from analog to digital television.[4] The station's digital signal remained on its pre-transition UHF channel 39, using PSIP to display its virtual channel as 52 on digital television receivers, which was among the high band UHF channels (52-69) that were removed from broadcasting use as a result of the transition.

News operation

Knbcstudiobldg
Studio building shared by KNBC and KVEA

KVEA presently broadcasts 19 hours and 55 minutes of locally produced newscasts weekly: three hours and 35 minutes each weekday and one hour each Saturday and Sunday. The station also produces a news magazine, Acceso Total (broadcast weekday mornings at 10 a.m.), and the public-affairs program Enfoque Los Ángeles (a local version of the Telemundo discussion program Enfoque, broadcast Sundays at noon).

The station's news department, which had initially broadcast at 6 and 11 p.m. weekdays after its acquisition by Telemundo, expanded on January 15, 2001 to compete with Spanish-language news station KMEX. A weekday news program from 6 to 7 a.m., Buenos Días Los Angeles, accompanied the two evening newscasts and new anchors and reporters were introduced.

After the September 11 attacks in 2001, KVEA expanded Buenos Días to two hours, starting at 5 a.m. The morning newscasts were anchored by Mexican native Azalea Iniguez, Mexican journalist and former CBS Telenoticias reporter Ruben Luengas and weather anchor-feature reporter Sal Morales (who joined KVEA from its San Francisco sister station KSTS and was a substitute anchor for Luengas). California Highway Patrol officer Guillermo Preciado later joined the newscasts as a traffic reporter. The news team's lineup introduced the idea of familia unida (a united family) implemented by news director Al Corral, who based the concept on his belief that Hispanics are loyal to what they know and shy away from news from other sources. Ratings improved, and Buenos Días competed with KMEX's morning newscast Primera Edicion. Iniguez was later moved to an anchor position on Buenos Días.

KVEA then introduced Noticiero 52 with graphics, music, and an anchor team: Lucia Navarro (from Houston sister station KTMD), Tijuana reporter Vicente Calderon and Mario Solis. Solis left after a disagreement with station management, and was replaced by Mauricio Cardenas. Calderon was transferred to the newly acquired independent station KWHY-TV (channel 22) to anchor its 10 p.m. newscast with Pilar Gariboto. Navarro was joined by former Telemundo and Telenoticias anchor Raul Peimbert, who later left the station for a government position in his native Mexico. Ratings fell due to personnel changes, and longtime Univision anchor Eduardo Quezada joined Navarro at 6 and 11 p.m. In early 2006, Navarro and Quezada were moved from the 11 p.m. newscast to a new program anchored by Luengas.

The station introduced weekend evening newscasts anchored by former weeknight anchor Mirthala Salinas, former TV Azteca anchor Eduardo Blancas and weather anchor Carolina Davalos. Salinas was eventually replaced by Azucena Gomez, and Blancas was replaced by former KTLA weekend sports anchor Claudia Trejos. Trejos later moved to Telemundo's news division in Hialeah, Florida.

In 2006 Eduardo Quezada left KVEA and the station renamed its 11 p.m. newscast En Contexto, anchored by Luengas. The format change was successful, with the program winning several journalism awards. Sports announcer and former KVEA weekend sports anchor Adrian Garcia Marquez replaced Luengas on Buenos Días, joining Iniguez, entertainment reporter Victor Cordero and weather anchor Ericka Pino. Morales had left the station and went back to his hometown, Miami, to work as a full-time reporter for WSBS-22, known as Mega TV. After this lineup was put in place in summer 2007, the program's ratings fell, and KMEX was back on top.

Also in 2006, NBC's 2.0 restructuring plan for its broadcast properties resulted in across-the-board layoffs, including reporter Osmin Rodriguez and KWHY anchor Vicente Calderon; Jose Ronstadt became the news anchor. On July 3, 2007, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa admitted to the Los Angeles Daily News that he had been having an extramarital affair with KVEA reporter Mirthala Salinas.[5] Telemundo's Miami management replaced station general manager Manuel Abud with interim GM Mike Rodriguez, general manager of Miami sister station WSCV. News director Al Corral and Salinas were given two-month leaves of absence, and Rodriguez made it clear that he would not be taking the job permanently.

On September 15, 2007, KVEA became the second Spanish-language television station in the United States (after Reno-based CW affiliate KAZR-CA) and the sixth television station in the Los Angeles market to broadcast its local newscasts (Buenos Días Los Angeles) in high definition. In 2009, Buenos Días was cancelled due to difficulties with NBC. Its anchors became reporters, and were joined by former KWHY anchor Dunia Elvir (who had presented morning updates during ¡Levántate!, now known as Un Nuevo Día). Although the morning show and Elvir's 1 p.m. program on KWHY were cancelled, NBCUniversal's acquisition by Comcast that year resulted in the return of Buenos Días in 2011. In 2014, the program moved to 5 a.m.

The 2014 Telemundo revamp included more changes to the news team, a new studio, a new network-wide graphics package, and a network-wide time change for the weekend newscast (from 6 to 5:30 p.m.). The station's news department refocused on the two evening newscasts, which included investigative reporting of a wide range of stories. Most anchors again became reporters, and Edgar Muñoz joined previous chief anchor Ana Patricia Candiani. Buenos Días Los Angeles added Julio Vaqueiro and Estefanía Iglesias to its team, expanding to 5 a.m. with sister station WNJU-TV. In February 2014, Denny Alfonso became the investigative and consumer reporter on its "Telemundo 52 Responde" segment. On September 18, 2014, Telemundo announced that its 14 local stations would carry a 5:30 p.m. weekday newscast. On September 25, its 11 p.m. newscast outdrew rival KMEX-TV in ratings for the first time in 27 years.[6] On February 22, 2018, The network began producing and broadcasting news. Miami, New York and Los Angeles and other owned and operated television stations, joined this effort producing more newscasts those some of their rivals in markets in Spanish.

  • Current:

On-air staff

    • Dunia Elvir – News and weather anchor
    • Enrique Chiabra – News anchor
    • Julio Vaqueiro – Evening news anchor
    • Ana Patricia Candiani – Evening news anchor
  • Former:
    • Adrian Garcia Marquez – Sports anchor (2002–2007)
    • Raul Peimbert – Anchor (2001–2002)
    • Eduardo Quezada - Anchor (2003-2006)
    • Lucía Navarro – 6 & 11pm Anchor
    • Sal Morales - Anchor - Weather, news and special projects reporter
    • Ruben Luengas - Weekday am anchor
    • Mirthala Salinas – Weekend anchor
    • Carolina Davalos – Weekend weather
    • Eduardo Blancas – Weekend anchor

References

  1. ^ "RabbitEars.Info". rabbitears.info.
  2. ^ "RabbitEars.Info". rabbitears.info.
  3. ^ "Mobile DTV Station Guide". mdtvsignalmap.com.
  4. ^ List of Digital Full-Power Stations Archived 2013-08-29 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ L.A. Mayor Admits to Affair with TV Anchor, KABC-TV, July 5, 2007.
  6. ^ "Telemundo Station KVEA Beats Univision's KMEX For the First Time in 27 Years". mediabistro.com.

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Channel 39 digital TV stations in the United States

The following television stations broadcast on digital channel 39 in the United States:

K39AA-D in Ninilchick, Alaska

K39AF-D in Grand Junction, Colorado

K39AN-D in New Mobeetie, Texas

K39CX-D in Imlay, Nevada

K39DC-D in Parlin, Colorado

K39ED-D in Rocky Ford, Colorado

K39EO-D in Crescent City, California

K39EW-D in Gallup, New Mexico

K39EY-D in Cortez, Colorado

K39FQ-D in Cedar City, Utah

K39FT-D in Garfield, etc., Utah

K39FV-D in Lake Havasu City, Arizona

K39GH-D in Quanah, Texas

K39GN-D in Rural Sevier County, Utah

K39HM-D in Haxtun, Colorado

K39HP-D in Park City, Utah

K39HS-D in Heber/Midway, Utah

K39IR-D in Valmy & Red House, Nevada

K39IS-D in Huntsville, etc., Utah

K39IU-D in Springfield, Missouri

K39IV-D in Teasdale/Torrey, Utah

K39IZ-D in Antimony, Utah

K39JA-D in Henrieville, Utah

K39JC-D in Butte, Montana

K39JD-D in Koosharem, Utah

K39JG-D in Panguitch, Utah

K39JL-D in Duchesne, Utah

K39JS-D in Salt Lake City, Utah

K39JZ-D in St. George, etc., Utah

K39KE-D in Chalfant Valley, California

K39KF-D in East Carbon County, Utah

K39KH-D in Fountain Green, Utah

K39KK-D in Malad, Idaho

K39KL-D in Akron, Colorado

K39KT-D in Lamar, Colorado

K39KZ-D in Shurz, Nevada

K39LB-D in Manila, etc., Utah

K39LE-D in Ruth, Nevada

K39LU-D in Wray, Colorado

K39LV-D in Perryton, Texas

K39LW-D in Lansing, Iowa

KABE-CD in Bakersfield, California

KAJJ-CD in Kalispell, Montana

KASN in Pine Bluff, Arkansas

KAZD in Lake Dallas, Texas

KCNS in San Francisco, California

KDFX-CD in Indio/Palm Springs, California

KENS in San Antonio, Texas

KFXO-CD in Bend, Oregon

KHGS-LD in Glenwood Springs, Colorado

KIRO-TV in Seattle, Washington

KJDN-LD in Logan, Utah

KMMD-CD in Salinas, California

KQDK-CD in Denver, Colorado

KREZ-LD in Durango, Colorado

KRTN-LD in Albuquerque, New Mexico

KSCE in El Paso, Texas

KSWE-LD in Liberal, Kansas

KVEA in Corona, California

KWTV-DT in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

KWYT-LP in Yakima, Washington

KZHO-LD in Houston, Texas

KZLL-LD in Joplin, Missouri

W39CV-D in Minocqua, Wisconsin

W39CY-D in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

W39DE-D in Cayey, Puerto Rico

W39DF-D in Jacksonville, Florida

WADL in Mount Clemens, Michigan

WAOE in Peoria, Illinois

WAWV-TV in Terre Haute, Indiana

WBCF-LD in Florence, Alabama

WBYD-CA in Johnstown, Pennsylvania

WCTX in New Haven, Connecticut

WCZU-LD in Bowling Green, Kentucky

WETU-LD in Montgomery, Alabama

WFRV-TV in Green Bay, Wisconsin

WFTV in Orlando, Florida

WIVB-TV in Buffalo, New York

WJAL in Hagerstown, Maryland

WJKP-LD in Corning, New York

WJKT in Jackson, Tennessee

WJWN-TV in San Sebastian, Puerto Rico

WKTC in Sumter, South Carolina

WLEX-TV in Lexington, Kentucky

WLPX-TV in Charleston, West Virginia

WLVT-TV in Allentown, Pennsylvania

WMJF-CD in Towson, Maryland

WMLD-LD in Brownsville, Florida

WMYS-LD in South Bend, Indiana

WMYT-TV in Rock Hill, South Carolina

WNYN-LD in New York, New York

WOCB-CD in Marion, Ohio

WQRF-TV in Rockford, Illinois

WSAV-TV in Savannah, Georgia

WSB-TV in Atlanta, Georgia

WSBK-TV in Boston, Massachusetts

WUDM-LD in Wolcott, Indiana

WWME-CD in Chicago, IllinoisThe following stations, which are no longer licensed, formerly broadcast on digital channel 39:

K39DG-D in Trinity Center, California

Channel 52 virtual TV stations in the United States

The following television stations operate on virtual channel 52 in the United States:

K15HQ-D in Sayre, Oklahoma

K23IY-D in Weatherford, Oklahoma

K25LQ-D in Elk City, Oklahoma

K27IG-D in Cortez, etc., Colorado

K27JO-D in Strong City, Oklahoma

K30MI-D in Redding, California

K31JW-D in Elk City, Oklahoma

K35LF-D in Eureka, California

KDTS-LD in San Francisco, California

KFWD in Fort Worth, Texas

KSBI in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

KVEA in Corona, California

W23DM-D in Falmouth, Kentucky

W49BE-D in Hackettstown, New Jersey

WGGN-TV in Sandusky, Ohio

WGVK in Kalamazoo, Michigan

WHLV-TV in Cocoa, Florida

WKON in Owenton, Kentucky

WNJT in Trenton, New Jersey

WNYI in Ithaca, New York

WRFB in Carolina, Puerto Rico

WWRS-TV in Mayville, WisconsinThe following stations, which are no longer licensed, formerly operated on virtual channel 52 in the U.S.:

WBTD-LD in Suffolk, Virginia

WMSY-TV in Marion, Virginia

Diva (TV network)

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The list of Diva channels includes:

Diva (Asia TV channel)

Diva Universal (Philippines) defunct

Diva Universal (Bulgaria) defunct

Diva Universal (Italy) defunct

Diva Universal (Romania) currently

Diva Universal (Russia) defunct

Diva Adria (Serbia/Croatia/Slovenia)

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While the prevalence of instrumental music before the 20th century is widely debated, folk instruments include the langspil and fiðla (Icelandic fiddle). Both instruments are in the zither family and are primarily played with a bow. Though very little is known about the fiðla, the langspil is closely related to the pan-European Scheitholt and Appalachian dulcimer.Traditional Icelandic folk music remained widely performed into the last decades of the 19th century, when folk collecting began in the country. However, the advent of Western classical music and other foreign influences in the same period began leading to a decline in traditional music. Later, the arrival of popular music furthered this change; some folk music was recorded between the World Wars, but intense collecting did not begin in earnest until recently.

KNBC

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In the few areas of the western United States where an NBC station is not receivable over-the-air, KNBC is available on satellite television through DirecTV.

KWHY-TV

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KWHY's signal is relayed on two low-power translator stations: K46GF (analog channel 46) in Santa Maria, and K47GD-D (digital channel 47) in San Luis Obispo.

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Studio Universal

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Sugardaddyforme.com

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In 2013 the dating site had over 4 million members and over 2,000 new sugar daddy and sugar baby profiles every day. The website gets 1.5 million unique new visitors every month. The age range for women is predominantly 18-45 and for men the age range is predominantly 25-60.SugarDaddyForMe.com was featured on The Montel Williams Show (2006) and The Tyra Banks Show. (2009). The website was covered in stories on Good Morning America, Fox News Channel, Current TV, CBS and KVEA (Telemundo 52).Publicly known members include businessman Geoffrey Edelsten and Danny Kedem, Anthony Weiner’s mayoral campaign chief.

Syfy Universal (Russia)

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Syfy replaced Sci-fi Channel on April 13, 2010

TeleXitos

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Universal Studios Hollywood

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Outside the theme park, a new, all-digital facility near the Universal Pictures backlot was built in an effort to merge all of NBCUniversal's West Coast operations into one area. As a result, the current home for KNBC, KVEA and NBC News with Telemundo Los Angeles Bureaus with new digital facility is on the Universal lot formerly occupied by Technicolor SA. Universal City includes hotels Universal Hilton & Towers, the Sheraton Universal Hotel, and Universal CityWalk, which offers a collection of shops, restaurants, an 18-screen Universal Cinema and a seven-story IMAX theater. In 2017, the park hosted 9,056,000 guests, ranking it 15th in the world and 9th among North American parks.

WSCV

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WSCV is one of two commercial television stations with a city of license in Broward County (the other being UniMás flagship WAMI-DT, channel 69, licensed to Hollywood). The station also serves as the de facto Telemundo outlet for the West Palm Beach market.

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