WOCK-CD

WOCK-CD, virtual channel 13 (VHF digital channel 4), is a low-powered, Class A independent television station licensed to Chicago, Illinois, United States. Owned by Skokie-based KM Communications, the station primarily broadcasts paid programming. WOCK-CD's transmitter is located on the John Hancock Tower.

WOCK-CD
Chicago, Illinois
United States
BrandingWOCK 13
ChannelsDigital: 4 (VHF)
Virtual: 13 (PSIP)
SubchannelsSee below
AffiliationsIndependent/Infomercials
OwnerKM Communications
(KM LPTV of Chicago-13, L.L.C.)
FoundedAugust 22, 1984
Call letters' meaningW(R)OCK music (for former music video format)
Former callsignsW13BE (1984–1994)
WOCK-LP (1994–2000)
WOCK-CA (2000–2009)
Former channel number(s)Analog: 13 (UHF, 1984–2009)
Former affiliationsIndependent (1984–1991)
The Box, MTV2 (1991–2001)
CCTV (2001–2003)
Azteca América (2003–2008)
CV Network (2008–2010)
MegaTV (2010–2013)
MundoFox (2013-2015)
MundoMax (2015–2016)
Transmitter power300 watts
Licensing authorityFCC
Public license informationProfile
CDBS

History

MundoFox WOCK 13
logo as MundoFox (2013 - 2015)

The station was originally assigned the translator call sign of W13BE; it changed to WOCK-LP in 1994, and received Class A status in 2000, making it WOCK-CA.

WOCK was an affiliate of The Box until that network's acquisition by Viacom in 2001, resulting in The Box being merged into MTV2. The station became an affiliate of Florida-based Videomix which aired hip hop music videos, during the mid-summer 2001. That autumn, it began broadcasting programs from China Central Television, carrying a mix of CCTV-4 and CCTV-9 programming provided by China Star TV. It switched to Azteca América in October 2003, and then to CV Network in late 2008.

WOCK-CA received a construction permit to build a low-power digital television station, WOCK-CD, on channel 4, radiating primarily to the southwest. This took to the air at midnight on June 4, 2009, with WOCK then ceasing its analog transmission.

After the transition, WOCK was running the CV Network programming previously seen on the analog signal on virtual channel 13.1, and Korean language programming, simulcast from co-owned WOCH-CA, on virtual channel 13.2. WOCK dropped CV Network for Mega TV on January 11, 2010.[1]

In July 2010, WOCK acquired LATV from WGN-TV, after the latter dropped the network; it shortly after began its run on WOCK-CD's subchannel, 13.3.[2]

In August 2012, WOCK moved MegaTV to 13.5 and began carrying the MundoFox network on the primary 13.1 in HD. They also dropped LATV, which moved to W25DW-D as 25.5. Additionally, WOCK's main signal was picked up by Fox Television Stations on WPWR-TV over their 50.3 digital subchannel, both to provide a full-power over-the-air signal of MundoFox to the market and to address the weaknesses of transmitting in the low VHF band digitally.

On January 28, 2013, America One/Asian American Network on 13.4 was replaced by WeatherNation TV.[3]

On May 27, 2013, MegaTV was replaced by Soul of the South Network.[4]

In January 2014, WeatherNation TV was replaced by Infomercials, then replaced by TheCoolTV a few months later. [5]

On March 1, 2015, Soul of the South was replaced by Arirang after WOCK's owners filed a lawsuit for breach of contract due to non-payment of lease fees.[6]

On March 1, 2015, TheCoolTV was replaced by Karmaloop TV. It was then replaced by FAD Channel in May 2015.

Some time in August 2015, the WPWR-DT3 simulcast of 13.1 was taken dark after ownership of MundoFox was transferred fully to RCN Televisión; the network was rebranded as MundoMax, and Fox had no further obligations to extend WOCK's signal.

In August 2016, 13.1 stopped airing MundoMax and is currently airing Infomercials.

Digital channels

Virtual RF Video Aspect Name Programming
13.1 4.1 720p 16:9 WOCK-CD 13.1 Main WOCK-CD programming/Infomercials
13.2 4.2 480i 4:3 KBC-TV KBC-TV (KBS World)
13.3 4.3 WOCK-CD 13.3 Z Living
13.4 4.4 16:9 WOCK-CD 13.4 KBS World
13.5 4.5 4:3 WOCK-CD 13.5 Arirang
13.6 4.6 WOCK-CD 13.6 KBS World 24
13.7 4.7 WOCK-CD 13.7 Sonlife

Newscasts

WOCK-CD launched a 9 p.m. newscast, Hoy Noticias MundoFox 13 (later Hoy Noticias MundoMax) on April 18, 2014. The newscast was produced by the Chicago Tribune-owned Spanish-language newspaper Hoy.[7]

References

  1. ^ Malone, Michael (January 11, 2010). "Mega TV Debuts in Major Markets". Broadcasting & Cable. Retrieved January 11, 2010.
  2. ^ http://www.latv.com/affiliates
  3. ^ "WOCK-TV Introduces 24-Hour WeatherNation TV to Chicago". January 28, 2013. Retrieved January 29, 2013.
  4. ^ "SOUL OF THE SOUTH NETWORK Set to Launch Memorial Day Weekend After Securing Nearly $10 Million Investor Infusion". April 18, 2013. Retrieved May 29, 2013.
  5. ^ [1] Chicagoland Radio and Media, January 17, 2014.
  6. ^ Beherc, Sean (February 18, 2015). "Soul of the South Sued for Alleged Breach of Contract". Arkansas Business. Retrieved March 3, 2015.
  7. ^ Channick, Robert (April 3, 2014). "Hoy to launch nightly newscast on MundoFox Chicago". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved April 3, 2014.

External links

América CV Network

América CV was a Spanish television network in the United States, created as a result of the joint venture agreement between Sherjan Broadcasting (owner of América Teve) and Caribevision Holdings (owned by Barba TV Group & Pegaso Television) (owner of CaribeVisiòn). The network's name was a combination of the names of the two companies's broadcasting outlets, América TeVe and CV Network.

Channel 13 virtual TV stations in the United States

The following television stations operate on virtual channel 13 in the United States:

K03DT-D in Superior, Montana

K03FW-D in Kenai, etc., Alaska

K04GW-D in Spearfish, South Dakota

K04HF-D in Panaca, Nevada

K05AH-D in Hot Springs, Montana

K05ML-D in Sula, Montana

K06JC-D in Chadron, Nebraska

K06KR-D in Crawford, Nebraska

K07XM-D in Mink Creek, Idaho

K07ZC-D in Ellensburg/Kittitas, Washington

K07ZG-D in Powderhorn Valley, Colorado

K08KW-D in Richland, Oregon

K08LN-D in Harrison, Nebraska

K09DY-D in Westcliffe, Colorado

K10NF-D in Halfway, Oregon

K10PN-D in Cedar City, etc., Utah

K11FQ-D in Thompson Falls, Montana

K11IV-D in Pioche, Nevada

K11JP-D in Plains-Paradise, Montana

K11TY-D in Salmon, Idaho

K12OV-D in Shelter Cove, California

K12PN-D in Cedar Canyon, Utah

K12QT-D in Trout Creek, etc., Montana

K13AV-D in Gunnison, Colorado

K13LU-D in Ursine, Nevada

K13LV-D in Caliente, Nevada

K13OG-D in Rural Juab, etc., Utah

K13TR-D in Homer, Alaska

K14BF-D in Wenatchee, Washington

K14IC-D in Burley, Idaho

K14IU-D in Frenchtown, etc., Montana

K14PA-D in Rural Juab County, Utah

K15CD-D in Mayfield, Utah

K15DY-D in Ontario, etc., Oregon

K15FQ-D in Milford, etc., Utah

K15HN-D in Bluff & area, Utah

K16BT-D in Orderville, Utah

K16DR-D in Jack's Cabin, Colorado

K16GJ-D in Polson, Montana

K16JD-D in Northome, Minnesota

K16KO-D in Leadore, Idaho

K17GC-D in Pitkin, Colorado

K17HM-D in Wendover, Utah

K17HR-D in Emery, Utah

K17IG-D in Hoehne, Colorado

K17JZ-D in Bondurant, Wyoming

K18HZ-D in Navajo Mountain, Utah

K18IA-D in Oljeto, Utah

K18IB-D in Mexican Hat, Utah

K18LL-D in Eads, etc., Colorado

K19CG-D in Belle Fourche, South Dakota

K19EW-D in Preston, Idaho

K19GO-D in Fremont, Utah

K19HU-D in Montezuma Creek & Aneth, Utah

K20IV-D in Baker City, etc., Oregon

K20JG-D in Salida, etc., Colorado

K20MS-D in Richfield, etc., Utah

K21CE-D in Montpelier, Idaho

K21FD-D in Taos, etc., New Mexico

K21FL-D in Salina & Redmond, Utah

K21ID-D in Fremont, Utah

K21JV-D in Green River, Utah

K21LY-D in Mapleton, Oregon

K21MB-D in Scottsburg, Oregon

K22NA-D in Inyokern, etc., California

K23JA-D in Malad City, Idaho

K23JZ-D in Boulder, Utah

K23KZ-D in Bigfork/Marcell, Minnesota

K24IG-D in Woodland, Utah

K25CG-D in Aberdeen, Washington

K25GY-D in Beryl/Modena/New Castle, Utah

K25HF-D in Heber City, Utah

K25HH-D in Myton, Utah

K25HJ-D in Hornsby Ranch, etc., New Mexico

K25HV-D in Truth or Consequence, New Mexico

K25JG-D in Leamington, Utah

K25JJ-D in Fillmore/Meadow, etc., Utah

K25KK-D in Peoa, etc., Utah

K25LF-D in Philipsburg, Montana

K25OI-D in Soda Springs, Idaho

K25OO-D in Pendleton, Oregon

K26JM-D in Ferron, Utah

K26JN-D in Huntington, Utah

K26KA-D in Drummond, Montana

K26KM-D in Orr, Minnesota

K26NK-D in Wichita Falls, Texas

K27JY-D in London Springs, Oregon

K27KH-D in Orderville, Utah

K27KX-D in Las Animas, Colorado

K27MM-D in Tendoy/Leadore, Idaho

K28GM-D in Rural Garfield County, Utah

K28HL-D in Riverton, Wyoming

K28JC-D in Enterprise, Oregon

K28JK in Huntsville/Liberty, Utah

K28JL-D in Morgan, etc., Utah

K28JS-D in Samak, Utah

K28KC-D in Canon City, Colorado

K28KJ-D in Chelan, Washington

K28KP-D in Clear Creek, Utah

K28KS-D in East Price, Utah

K28NK-D in Holbrook, Idaho

K29EM-D in Manti & Ephraim, Utah

K29GJ-D in Tropic & Cannonville, Utah

K29HN-D in Escalante, Utah

K29HX-D in Wanship, Utah

K29JQ-D in Fishlake Resort, Utah

K29KT-D in Thoreau, New Mexico

K29LN-D in Santa Rosa, New Mexico

K30BU-D in Leadore, Idaho

K30EJ-D in Crested Butte, Colorado

K30JG-D in Randolph & Woodruff, Utah

K30KG-D in Coalville, etc., Utah

K30KU-D in Silver City, New Mexico

K30MH-D in Overton, Nevada

K30OA-D in Milton-Freewater, Oregon

K30OJ-D in Las Vegas, New Mexico

K31GT-D in Scipio, Utah

K31KN-D in Caineville, Utah

K31MA-D in Big Falls, Minnesota

K32HN-D in Circleville, etc., Utah

K32IX-D in Lihue, Hawaii

K32JZ-D in Kabetogama, Minnesota

K33KJ-D in Crested Butte, Colorado

K33LV-D in Henefer, etc., Utah

K33PL-D in Birchdale, Minnesota

K34NG-D in La Grande, Oregon

K35CK-D in Price, Utah

K35HB-D in Deming, New Mexico

K35JR-D in Arrey & Derry, New Mexico

K35OP-D in Park City, Utah

K36AK-D in Blanding/Monticello, Utah

K36BQ-D in Pahrump, Nevada

K36GQ-D in Parlin, Colorado

K36IM-D in Duchesne, etc., Utah

K36JB-D in Cripple Creek, Colorado

K36KZ-D in Max, Minnesota

K38EC-D in Eagles Nest, New Mexico

K38GF-D in Beaver, etc., Utah

K38GQ-D in Hatch, Utah

K38MK-D in Cheyenne Wells, Colorado

K38MT-D in Manila, etc., Utah

K39AA-D in Ninilchick, Alaska

K39KF-D in East Carbon County, Utah

K39KT-D in Lamar, Colorado

K40CH-D in Parowan/Enoch, etc., Utah

K40IT-D in Florence, Oregon

K40IX-D in Antimony, Utah

K40JM-D in Kanab, Utah

K41KZ-D in Chalfant Valley, California

K41LE-D in Fountain Green, Utah

K41LY-D in Rural Sevier County, Utah

K42AA-D in Pahrump, Nevada

K42CM-D in Centralia/Chehalis, Washington

K42HQ-D in Delta/Oak City, etc., Utah

K42JU-D in Bicknell, etc., Utah

K42JX-D in Salmon, Idaho

K43AA-D in Summit County, Utah

K43CC-D in Santa Clara, Utah

K43KM-D in Koosharem, Utah

K43MV-D in Marysvale, Utah

K44FU-D in Long Valley Junction, Utah

K44JF-D in Crescent City, California

K44JR-D in Laughlin, Nevada

K44LH-D in Fruitland, Nevada

K45GD-D in Romeo, etc., Colorado

K45JS-D in Henriville, Utah

K45JV-D in Green River, Utah

K45KB-D in Lake George, Colorado

K46HW-D in Preston, Idaho

K46IP-D in Cottage Grove, Oregon

K46IX-D in Roosevelt, Utah

K46JC-D in Kanarraville, etc., Utah

K46JI-D in Panguitch, etc., Utah

K47AB-D in Garfield, etc., Utah

K47JW-D in Hagerman, Idaho

K47LZ-D in Sargents, Colorado

K47MY-D in Red Lake, Minnesota

K48GR-D in Hanksville, Utah

K48GV-D in Laketown, etc., Utah

K48IL-D in Mount Pleasant, Utah

K48KK-D in Orangeville, Utah

K49BU-D in International Falls, Minnesota

K49JQ-D in Garrison, etc., Utah

K49KY-D in Scofield, Utah

K49ND-D in Fish Creek, etc., Idaho

K50LS-D in Thompson Falls, Montana

K50MN-D in Helper, Utah

K51GA-D in Logan, Utah

KAFT in Fayetteville, Arkansas

KCOP-TV in Los Angeles, California

KCOS in El Paso, Texas

KCPQ in Tacoma, Washington

KCWY-DT in Casper, Wyoming

KECI-TV in Missoula, Montana

KEET in Eureka, California

KERA-TV in Dallas, Texas

KETA-TV in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

KFME in Fargo, North Dakota

KFPH-DT in Flagstaff, Arizona

KGWR-TV in Rock Springs, Wyoming

KHGI-LD in O'Neil, Nebraska

KHGI-TV in Kearney, Nebraska

KHNL in Honolulu, Hawaii

KIPT in Twin Falls, Idaho

KKEY-LP in Bakersfield, California

KKRP-LD in St. George, Utah

KLBK-TV in Lubbock, Texas

KLTM-TV in Monroe, Louisiana

KOLD-TV in Tucson, Arizona

KOVR in Stockton, California

KPSD-TV in Eagle Butte, South Dakota

KQTA-LD in San Francisco, California

KRCG in Jefferson City, Missouri

KRDO-TV in Colorado Springs, Colorado

KRQE in Albuquerque, New Mexico

KSFY-TV in Sioux Falls, South Dakota

KSTU in Salt Lake City, Utah

KSWT in Yuma, Arizona

KTNE-TV in Alliance, Nebraska

KTNL-TV in Sitka, Alaska

KTNV-TV in Las Vegas, Nevada

KTRK-TV in Houston, Texas

KTVR in La Grande, Oregon

KUPK in Garden City, Kansas

KVAL-TV in Eugene, Oregon

KVBC-LP in Reedley, California

KXDF-CD in Fairbanks, Alaska

KXMC-TV in Minot, North Dakota

KYUR in Anchorage, Alaska

KZAU-LD in Brownwood, Texas

W05AA-D in Roanoke, Virginia

W13CS-D in Gernada, Mississippi

W21CP-D in Gloversville, New York

W28DA-D in Pittsfield, Massachusetts

W38DL-D in Adams, Massachusetts

WBKO in Bowling Green, Kentucky

WBTW in Florence, South Carolina

WEAU in Eau Claire, Wisconsin

WEEJ-LD in Jacksonville, Illinois

WEXZ-LD in Bangor, Maine

WGME-TV in Portland, Maine

WHAM-TV in Rochester, New York

WHBQ-TV in Memphis, Tennessee

WHO-DT in Des Moines, Iowa

WIBW-TV in Topeka, Kansas

WIRT-DT in Hibbing, Minnesota

WJZ-TV in Baltimore, Maryland

WLOS in Asheville, North Carolina

WLOX in Biloxi, Mississippi

WMAZ-TV in Macon, Georgia

WMBB in Panama City, Florida

WMED-TV in Calais, Maine

WNET in Newark, New Jersey

WNMU in Marquette, Michigan

WNYT in Albany, New York

WOCK-CD in Chicago, Illinois

WORO-DT in Fajardo, Puerto Rico

WOWK-TV in Huntington, West Virginia

WPXS in Mount Vernon, Illinois

WQED in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

WREX in Rockford, Illinois

WSET-TV in Lynchburg, Virginia

WTHR in Indianapolis, Indiana

WTVG in Toledo, Ohio

WTVT in Tampa, Florida

WUBX-CD in Durham, etc., North Carolina

WVEC in Hampton, Virginia

WVTM-TV in Birmingham, Alabama

WYCN-CD in Nashua, New Hampshire

WZZM in Grand Rapids, MichiganThe following television stations, which are no longer licensed, formerly operated on virtual channel 13:

K07VH-D in Sargents, Colorado

K10PB-D in Montezuma Creek/Aneth, Utah

K42KR-D in Mountain View, Wyoming

KVTV in Laredo, Texas

Channel 4 digital TV stations in the United States

The following television stations broadcast on digital channel 4 in the United States:

K04BJ-D in La Pine, Oregon

K04DD-D in Weaverville, California

K04DH-D in Gunnison, Colorado

K04DS-D in Kenai River, Alaska

K04GF-D in Wolf Point, Montana

K04GP-D in Alyeska, Alaska

K04GT-D in Bullhead City, Arizona

K04GW-D in Spearfish, South Dakota

K04HF-D in Panaca, Nevada

K04HH-D in Aspen, Colorado

K04IH-D in Baker, Montana

K04JH-D in Homer, Alaska

K04JZ in Gold Hill, Oregon

K04MG-D in Wedderburn, etc., Oregon

K04NK-D in Dolores, Colorado

K04ON-D in Weber Canyon, Colorado

K04OO-D in Ismay Canyon, Colorado

K04OS-D in Reedsport, Oregon

K04PJ-D in Hesperus, Colorado

K04QP-D in Casas Adobes, Arizona

K04QR-D in Esparto, California

K04QV-D in Thompson Falls, Montana

K04QX-D in Townsend, Montana

K04RA-D in Clarksville, Arkansas

K04RP-D in Delta Junction, Alaska

K04RS-D in Salinas, California

K04RT-DT in Judith Gap, Montana

K41LF-D in Salina & Redmond, Utah

KAHO-LD in Woodville, Texas

KAKZ-LD in Cathedral City, California

KHFW-LD in Dallas, Texas

KQSL-LD in San Rafael, California

KRMF-LD in Reno, Nevada

KSNB-TV in Superior, Nebraska

W04AG-D in Garden City, etc., Virginia

W04BS-D in Bethel, Maine

WACP in Atlantic City, New Jersey

WGCI-LD in Skowhegan, Maine

WHBF-TV in Rock Island, Illinois

WMDF-LD in Key West, Florida

WNHT-LD in Montgomery, Alabama

WOCK-CD in Chicago, Illinois

WPXO-LD in East Orange, New Jersey

WTSP in St. Petersburg, FloridaThe following stations, which formerly broadcast on digital channel 4, are no longer licensed:

K04OF-D in Sargents, Colorado

Channel 4 low-power TV stations in the United States

The following low-power television stations broadcast on digital or analog channel 4 in the United States:

K04AI in Prescott, Arizona

K04BJ-D in La Pine, Oregon

K04BR in Green River, Utah

K04DD-D in Weaverville, California

K04DH-D in Gunnison, Colorado

K04DS-D in Kenai River, Alaska

K04EN in Glenns Ferry, Idaho

K04EQ in Fort Jones, etc., California

K04EZ in Big Bend, etc., California

K04FF in Forsyth, etc., Montana

K04GF-D in Wolf Point, Montana

K04GP-D in Alyeska, Alaska

K04GT-D in Bullhead City, Arizona

K04GW-D in Spearfish, South Dakota

K04HE in Yreka, etc., California

K04HF-D in Panaca, Nevada

K04HH-D in Aspen, Colorado

K04HM in St. Paul Island, Alaska

K04HN in Manila, etc., Utah

K04HV in Sand Point, Alaska

K04HX in Ridgecrest, etc., California

K04IG in Kiana, Alaska

K04IH-D in Baker, Montana

K04IK in Noorvik, Alaska

K04IR in Wainwright, Alaska

K04IT in Point Lay, Alaska

K04IU in Kaktovik, Alaska

K04IW in East Price, Utah

K04JF in Nulato, Alaska

K04JH-D in Homer, Alaska

K04JP in Williams, Oregon

K04JR in Starr Valley, Nevada

K04JW in Unalakleet, Alaska

K04JZ in Gold Hill, Oregon

K04KG in Gateway, Colorado

K04KN in King Salmon, Alaska

K04KP in Northway, Alaska

K04KQ in Klukwan, Alaska

K04KS in Barrow, Alaska

K04KU in Ruby, Alaska

K04KV in Unalaska, Alaska

K04KX in Slana, Alaska

K04LB in Pelican, Alaska

K04LE in Stebbins, Alaska

K04LJ in Atka, Alaska

K04LN in Takotna, Alaska

K04LT in Deering, Alaska

K04LU in Buckland, Alaska

K04LZ in Galena, Alaska

K04MB in Nikolai, Alaska

K04MG-D in Wedderburn, etc., Oregon

K04MK in Chefornak, Alaska

K04MM in Hyder, Alaska

K04MN in Wales, Alaska

K04MO in Hoonah, Alaska

K04MQ in Paxson, Alaska

K04MR in Gustavus, Alaska

K04MT in Newtok, Alaska

K04MV in Point Baker, Alaska

K04MW in Pitkas Point, Alaska

K04NK-D in Dolores, Colorado

K04OH in Challis, Idaho

K04OI in Pasco-Kennewick, Washington

K04OM in Collbran, Colorado

K04ON-D in Weber Canyon, Colorado

K04OO-D in Ismay Canyon, Colorado

K04OS-D in Reedsport, Oregon

K04PH in Astoria, Oregon

K04PI in Bluff & area, Utah

K04PJ-D in Hesperus, Colorado

K04QC in Palermo, California

K04QP-D in Casas Adobes, Arizona

K04QR-D in Esparto, California

K04QV-D in Thompson Falls, Montana

K04QX-D in Townsend, Montana

K04RA-D in Clarksville, Arkansas

K04RP-D in Delta Junction, Alaska

K04RS-D in Salinas, California

K04RT-DT in Judith Gap, Montana

K14QH-D in Butte Falls, Oregon

K41LF-D in Salina & Redmond, Utah

KAHO-LD in Woodville, Texas

KAKZ-LD in Cathedral City, California

KDLN-LP in Newport, Oregon

KFIQ-LP in Lubbock, Texas

KHFW-LD in Dallas, Texas

KQSL-LD in San Rafael, California

KRMF-LD in Reno, Nevada

KTFB-CA in Bakersfield, California

KVER-CA in Indio, California

W04AE in Herkimer, New York

W04AG-D in Garden City, etc., Virginia

W04BS-D in Bethel, Maine

W04CI in Appomattox, Virginia

WBXF-CA in Des Moines, etc., Iowa

WGCI-LD in Skowhegan, Maine

WKPZ-CD in Pennington Gap, Virginia

WLWP-LP in Millsboro, etc., Delaware

WMDF-LD in Key West, Florida

WNHT-LD in Montgomery, Alabama

WOCK-CD in Chicago, Illinois

WPXO-LD in East Orange, New Jersey

WTSP in St. Petersburg, Florida

WUVM-LP in Atlanta, GeorgiaThe following low-power stations, which are no longer licensed, formerly broadcast on digital or analog channel 4:

K04AU in Panguitch, Utah

K04BN in Teasdale/Torrey, Utah

K04BO in Marysvale, Utah

K04CV in Broken Bow, Nebraska

K04CX in Cascadia, Oregon

K04EG in Trenton, Nebraska

K04EK in Orderville, Utah

K04EY in Grants Pass, etc., Oregon

K04FR in Escalante, Utah

K04FT in Mazama, Washington

K04GA in Kings River, Nevada

K04GB in Fort Bidwell, California

K04GD in Beowawe, etc., Nevada

K04GR in Dorena, etc., Oregon

K04GS in Crested Butte, etc., Colorado

K04HK in Black Butte Ranch, Oregon

K04HL in Ord, Nebraska

K04IN in Tropic, etc., Utah

K04JD in Salida, etc., Colorado

K04NU in Seiad Valley, California

K04OF-D in Sargents, Colorado

K04OJ in Ticaboo, Utah

K04OZ in Oljeto, Utah

K04PP in Navajo Mtn. Sch., etc., Utah

KCDH-LP in Winnfield, Louisiana

KJBW-CA in Springdale, Arkansas

KVFR-LP in Redding, California

W04CW in Tigerton, etc., Wisconsin

W04DE in Laurel, Mississippi

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A Canadian variant of this version, broadcast across Canada, is operated by All TV Inc..

KM Communications

KM Communications, Inc. is the owner of several television and radio stations throughout the United States. The company, based in Skokie, Illinois, gets its name from the first names of its President, Myoung Hwa Bae and her husband, Kun Chae Bae. Their son, Kevin Joel Bae, is the General Manager of the company.

Founded in 1988, KM Communications has grown to nine radio stations and 10 television stations, with construction permits for seven additional radio and nine additional television stations.

The stations owned by KM Communications get their programming from a variety of sources, but the most common affiliation is with Westwood One for their radio stations and Youtoo America network for their television stations.

List of America One affiliates

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List of Azteca affiliates

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This article is a listing of current Azteca affiliates in the continental United States and U.S. possessions (including subchannel affiliates, satellite stations and select low-power translators), arranged alphabetically by state, and based on the station's city of license and followed in parentheses by the Designated Market Area if it differs from the city of license. There are links to and articles on each of the broadcast stations, describing their histories, technical information (such as broadcast frequencies) and any local programming. The station's virtual (PSIP) channel number follows the call letters. Stations listed with a two-letter "N/A" suffix in the physical digital channel column following a station's call letters indicates an analog low-power station that does not operate a companion digital signal.

The article also includes a list of its former affiliate stations, which is also based on the station's city of license or market, and denotes the years in which the station served as an Azteca affiliate as well as the current status of the corresponding channel that carried the network.

List of LATV affiliates

LATV is an American bilingual broadcast television network owned by LATV Networks, LLC, that is aimed at Hispanic and Latino American adults between the ages of 18 and 34. The following article is a list of current and former affiliates of the network.

List of MundoMax affiliates

MundoMax was an American Spanish language broadcast television television network owned by Colombian broadcaster RCN Televisión, which was launched on July 28, 2013 under the name MundoFox. As of October 2015, the network currently has affiliation agreements with 42 television stations. MundoMax maintains a national cable network feed that is distributed directly to cable, satellite and IPTV providers in certain media markets not listed in this article, as an alternative method of distribution in areas without either the availability or the demand for a locally based owned-and-operated or affiliate station.

This article is a listing of current and future MundoMax affiliates in the continental United States, U.S. possessions and areas of Mexico located near U.S. cities along the U.S. border (including subchannel affiliates, satellite stations and select low-power translators), arranged alphabetically by state, and based on the station's city of license and followed in parentheses by the Designated Market Area if it differs from the city of license. There are links to and articles on each of the broadcast stations, describing their histories, technical information (such as broadcast frequencies) and any local programming. The station's virtual (PSIP) channel number follows the call letters.

The article also includes a list of its former affiliate stations, which is also based on the station's city of license or market, and denotes the years in which the station served as an affiliate of the network under either the MundoFox and/or MundoMax identities as well as the current status of the corresponding channel that carried the network.

List of WeatherNation TV affiliates

WeatherNation TV is an American television network owned by WeatherNation, Inc., which features mainly local, regional, and national weather forecasts. The following article is a list of current and former affiliates of the network, which primarily consist of digital subchannels.

In markets where WeatherNation TV is not available through an affiliation with a broadcast television station, the national feed of the network is distributed via television on select cable providers and satellite provider Dish Network, in addition to being streamed on WeatherNation's website and through internet-capable devices and digital media receivers.

List of former TheCoolTV affiliates

The following is a list of former affiliates of TheCoolTV, a TV network that showed music videos on the channels listed below. Most affiliates carried the channel on a digital subchannel on over-the-air broadcast stations.

List of television stations in Illinois

This is a list of broadcast television stations in the U.S. state of Illinois.

MTV2

MTV2 (formerly M2) is an American pay television channel owned by the Viacom Media Networks division of Viacom. The channel was initially broadcast free-to-air in selected markets, where the former all-request music channel known as The Box was broadcast (which was acquired by MTV Networks in 2001 for the sole purpose of conversion to MTV2).

The channel launched initially as a constant, commercial-free music videos, once the original MTV had started to change its direction to reality television and serial documentaries. During the 2000s, the focus changed as well on MTV2; music video programming has been moved gradually away from MTV and MTV2 to sibling networks.

Since 2013 MTV2 now airs repeats of sitcoms and films, along with reruns of MTV programs, with music videos left to their sister networks.

In February 2015, approximately 79,416,000 American households (68.2% of households with television) received MTV2.

Media in Chicago

The Chicago metropolitan area (the Chicago Market) commands the third-largest media market in the United States after New York City and Los Angeles and the largest inland market. All of the major U.S. television networks have subsidiaries in Chicago. WGN-TV, which is owned by the Tribune Media Company, is carried (with some programming differences) as "WGN America" on cable and satellite nationwide. Sun-Times Media Group is also headquartered in Chicago, which, along with the Tribune Media Company, are some the largest owners of daily newspapers in the country.

Mega TV (U.S. TV network)

Mega TV is an American free-to-air television network based in San Juan, Puerto Rico, owned by Spanish Broadcasting System (SBS). The network's flagship is WSBS-TV, a television station licensed to Key West, Florida, with studios also in Miami.

MundoMax

MundoMax (Spanish pronunciation: [munˈdomaks]; originally known as MundoFox from August 13, 2012 to July 28, 2015) was an American Spanish-language terrestrial television network that was owned by RCN Televisión. The network broadcast programs aimed at Hispanic and Latino American audiences throughout the United States – featuring a mix of telenovelas and other serialized dramas, reality television series, game shows, and feature films (both Spanish-dubbed versions of American films and imported films produced in Spanish-speaking countries).

Headquartered in Los Angeles, MundoMax had been headed since its inception in its pre-July 2015 existence as a joint venture between RCN and U.S.-based Fox Entertainment Group (which originally operated the network through its Fox International Channels division) by network president Jose Molina.

WMKE-CD

WMKE-CD, virtual and UHF digital channel 21, is a low-powered, Class A television station licensed to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. Owned by CNZ Communications, it is a sister station to Fond du Lac-licensed Cozi TV affiliate WIWN (channel 68). The two stations share studios on West Stratton Drive in suburban New Berlin; WMKE-CD's transmitter is located at the Milwaukee PBS tower on Milwaukee's northeast side.

WPWR-TV

WPWR-TV, virtual channel 50 (UHF digital channel 31), is a primary CW-affiliated and secondary MyNetworkTV owned-and-operated television station serving Chicago, Illinois, United States that is licensed to Gary, Indiana. It is one of two commercial television stations in Chicago that are licensed on the Indiana side of the market (the other being independent station WJYS, channel 62, in Hammond). WPWR is owned by the Fox Television Stations subsidiary of Fox Corporation, as part of a duopoly with Fox owned-and-operated station WFLD (channel 32). The two stations share studios at Michigan Plaza on North Michigan Avenue in the Chicago Loop, and transmitter facilities atop the Willis Tower on South Wacker Drive in the Loop business district. On cable, WPWR is available on Comcast Xfinity on channel 8 (SD)/184 (HD), AT&T U-verse on channel 8 SD/1008 HD, and WOW! on channel 8 SD/204 HD.

WPWR-TV sold its spectrum space in the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)'s incentive auction, and began channel-sharing with WFLD on June 11, 2018. Due to its secondary status as an O&O of MyNetworkTV, WPWR is the only Fox-owned station carrying The CW.

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