VasalloVision was a small Spanish-language television network in the US that catered to the Mexican audience. Its programming mainly consisted of films, pro wrestling and some children's shows. The network was made up of four stations, mostly in the western US.

TypeFormer Broadcast
former television network
Key people
Carlos Vasallo, president and CEO
Launch date
October 22, 2009
Official website
Replaced byMundoFox

Former affiliates

City Station Channel Owner Comment
Del Rio/San Antonio, Texas KYVV-TV
SATV 10, LLC Current Grit affiliate
Aurora/Denver, Colorado KQDK-CA
(satellite of KQCK, Cheyenne, WY)
Fusion Communications Sold to Christian Television Network
Cheyenne, Wyoming/Denver, Colorado KQCK
Baytown/Houston, Texas KAZH
Titan Broadcast Group First station to carry VasalloVision programming.
Relaunched as English-language independent station KUBE-TV September 27, 2010.
Laughlin/Las Vegas, Nevada KMCC
Beam Tilt, LLC Current Azteca América affiliate
Louisville, Kentucky WBKI-TV
Fusion Communications Dropped in August 2012 after ownership switch; station taken off air in 2017 in FCC spectrum auction.

External links

Independent News Network

News HUB (formerly known as Independent News Network) is a production company based in Little Rock, Arkansas, which syndicates "localized" news programs for broadcast television stations in the United States, that have budgets limiting their ability to produce their own local newscasts.

In addition to producing local newscasts, INN also produces a Spanish language Hispanic News Network, or HNN, and INN News for national syndication.


KMCC, virtual channel 34 (UHF digital channel 32), is an Azteca América-affiliated television station serving Las Vegas, Nevada, United States that is licensed to Laughlin. Owned by Entravision Communications, it is a sister station to Las Vegas-licensed Univision affiliate KINC (channel 15) and low-powered UniMás affiliate KELV-LD (channel 27). KMCC's offices are located at The Boulevard Mall on Maryland Parkway in the unincorporated community of Paradise (with a Las Vegas mailing address). Its main transmitter is located near Dolan Springs, Arizona, with a secondary transmitter on Mount Arden near Henderson, Nevada.


KQCK, virtual channel 39 (VHF digital channel 11), is a CTN owned-and-operated television station licensed to Cheyenne, Wyoming, United States and also serving Denver, Colorado. The station is owned by the Christian Television Network. KQCK's studios are located on East Lincoln Way (near U.S. 30) in southeastern Cheyenne, and its transmitter is located on Horsetooth Mountain, just outside Fort Collins, Colorado. The station's signal is relayed on low-power Class A translator station KQDK-CD (channel 39) in Denver.


KQDK-CD, virtual channel 39 (UHF digital channel 16), is a low-power Class A television station licensed to Denver, Colorado, United States. It is a translator of Cheyenne, Wyoming-licensed CTN owned-and-operated station KQCK (channel 39) that is owned by the Christian Television Network. KQDK's transmitter is located on East Iliff Avenue (near Colorado Highway 83) in southeastern Denver; its parent station maintains studios on East Lincolnway in Cheyenne.


KUBE-TV, virtual channel 57 (UHF digital channel 31), is an independent television station serving Houston, Texas, United States that is licensed to the suburb of Baytown. The station is owned by NRJ TV LLC. KUBE-TV's studios are located on Fountain View Drive and Burgoyne Road on Houston's southwest side, and its transmitter is located near Missouri City, in unincorporated northeastern Fort Bend County.


KYVV-TV is a Grit-affiliated television station licensed to Del Rio, Texas, United States. Owned by Stryker Media, it broadcasts a digital signal on virtual and UHF channel 28 from a transmitter southeast of the city. The station's signal is relayed on the fourth digital subchannel of Class A station KGMM-CD (channel 24.4) in San Antonio.

List of Spanish-language television networks in the United States

The following is a list of Spanish-language television networks in the United States. As of 2016 the largest Hispanic/Latino television audiences in the U.S. are in California (Los Angeles, San Francisco area), New York, Florida (Miami area), Texas (Houston, Dallas, Ft. Worth, San Antonio), Illinois (Chicago), and Arizona (Phoenix).

List of television stations in Nevada

This is a list of broadcast television stations serving cities in the U.S. state of Nevada.

WBKI-TV (1983–2017)

WBKI-TV, virtual channel 34 (UHF digital channel 19), was a CW-affiliated television station serving Louisville, Kentucky, United States that was licensed to Campbellsville. The station was owned by LM Communications, LLC; Block Communications, which owned Louisville-licensed Fox affiliate WDRB (channel 41) and Salem, Indiana-licensed MyNetworkTV affiliate WMYO (channel 58), operated WBKI-TV under a local marketing agreement (LMA). WBKI-TV's transmitter was located in Raywick, Kentucky. In 2014, all of WBKI-TV's operations were consolidated at WDRB and WMYO's shared studio facility on West Muhammad Ali Boulevard (near Route 150) in downtown Louisville. Previously, WBKI-TV maintained separate studios at the Kaden Tower on Dutchmans Lane in Louisville's Bowman section (along I-264/US 60/Henry Watterson Expressway), while the WDRB/WMYO facilities only housed WBKI-TV's master control and some internal operations.

Even though WBKI-TV broadcast a digital signal of its own, the station's broadcasting radius did not reach the northern portions of the Louisville market, particularly on the Indiana side. Therefore, the station was simulcast over WMYO's digital subchannels in order to reach the entire market. Following the sale of WBKI-TV's spectrum in the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)'s incentive auction, WBKI-TV ceased broadcasting on October 25, 2017 (with its license canceled on October 31); its channels are now broadcast solely through WMYO (which assumed the WBKI-TV call sign on February 12, 2018) on that station's license.

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