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.[1] As of October 2015, the network currently has affiliation agreements with 42 television stations.[2] 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.

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Final affiliates

  • Note: This list contains affiliates that have not as of yet had their final affiliation or station fates confirmed by reliable sources after MundoMax's closure, they have not been merged with the former affiliates table, or have not been updated within this article as of yet.

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City of license/market Station Virtual
channel
[2]
Physical
channel
Year of
affiliation
Ownership Notes

United States

FayettevilleKFFS-CD36.1362015Pinnacle Media, LLC
(sale pending to Ellis-Wilson, LLC)
Switched to MeTV On December 1, 2016
Fort SmithKFDF-CD44.144
KingmanKMOH-TV6.1192012HERO Broadcasting, LLCSwitched to América Tevé on December 1, 2016
PhoenixKEJR-LD40.1402012Repeater of KMOH-TV
BakersfieldKCBT-LD34.1342012Cocola BroadcastingSwitched to Estrella TV on December 1, 2016
ChicoKBIT-LD51.1502012Prism Broadcasting
Clovis
(Fresno)
KGMC43.1432012Cocola Broadcasting
Los AngelesKWHY-TV22.1422012Meruelo GroupReverted to a Spanish independent station on December 1, 2016
SacramentoKSAO-LD49.1492012Cocola BroadcastingSwitched to Azteca on December 1, 2016
Santa BarbaraK46GF46322012Meruelo GroupTranslator of KWHY-TV/Los Angeles
Templeton
(San Luis ObispoSanta Maria)
KMBY-LD19.1192012Cocola BroadcastingSwitched to Heroes & Icons on December 1, 2016
Colorado SpringsKXTU-LD57.2202012Media GeneralSubchannel taken offline with MundoMax's demise
Key WestWGEN-TV8.182013Mapale, LLC[3][4]Switched to Azteca on December 1, 2016
MiamiW24DE-D24.1242012Translator of WGEN-TV
OrlandoW21AU-D21.1212013Central Florida BroadcastingSwitched to América Tevé on December 1, 2016
St. PetersburgTampaWSPF-CD35.1382012Prime Time Partners LLC
West Palm BeachWBWP-LD57.1252012H&R Production Group, LLCReverted to a Spanish independent station on December 1, 2016
AtlantaWTBS-LD26.1302012Prism BroadcastingConverted to automated paid programming upon MundoMax's demise
BoiseKZAK-LD49.1492015Cocola BroadcastingSwitched to HSN2 on December 1, 2016
Slidell
(New Orleans)
WUPL54.2242012Tegna Media
Kansas CityKSMO-TV62.2472013Meredith CorporationSubchannel taken offline upon MundoMax's demise
SpringfieldKRFT-LD8.1212014Craft BroadcastingSwitched to Retro TV on December 1, 2016.
LaughlinLas VegasKMCC34.1322012Cranston II, LLCSwitched to The Action Channel on December 1, 2016
RenoKRMF-LD7.142012Prism Broadcasting
Hammonton
(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
WPSJ-CD8.1382012Prime Time Partners, LLCSwitched to SonLife on December 1, 2016
AlbuquerqueKYNM-CD21.1212014Belmax BroadcastingSwitched to Antenna TV on November 28, 2016
EnidKXOK-LD31.2312013ME3 Communications Company
Ponca CityKTEW-LD18.2182013Mable Marie Kelly
LaGrandeKUNP16.2162012Sinclair Broadcast GroupSwitched to Escape on December 1, 2016.
MedfordKMCW-LP14.1142014Sainte Partners II, L.P.
PortlandKUNP-LD47.2472012Sinclair Broadcast GroupTranslator of KUNP/LaGrande
AbileneKAWT-LP21.1212012Andrew Fara
BeaumontKUIL-LD12.5432012Tegna Media
BryanKAGS-LD23.4232012Semi-satellite of KCEN-TV
Corpus ChristiKIII3.382012
Del RioKYVV-TV10.1282012SATV 10, LLCWent silent May 12, 2016. Now a Grit affiliate as of July 1, 2018.
Longview (Tyler)KCEB54.2262014London Broadcasting Corporation
LubbockKDKW-LD21.1212015DTV America Corporation
MidlandOdessaKMDF-LP22.1222012JB Broadcasting
Missouri City
(Houston)
KUVM-CD34.1342012Mako Communications
(operated under outsourcing agreement by RCN Televisión)
Switched to Sonlife on January 1, 2017
San AngeloKJBA-LD26.1262014JB Broadcasting
Temple (Waco)KCEN-TV6.492012Tegna Media
YakimaKYPK-LD38.1382012Hispanavision, LLC

Former affiliates

City of license/Market Station Years of affiliation Current status/notes
Miami, FloridaWJAN-CD 412012Independent station owned by América CV Station Group
Chicago, IllinoisWOCK-CD 13.12012-2016Independent station owned by KM Communications
Gary, Indiana (Chicago, Illinois)WPWR-TV 50.32012-2013Former high power simulcast of WOCK-CD by Fox Television Stations-owned MyNetworkTV station. Discontinued after Fox divestment of MundoFox interest.
Fort WorthDallasKFWD 52.12012-2016Sonlife Broadcasting Network affiliate owned by NRJ Holdings LLC
East Orange, New Jersey
(New York City, NY)
WPXO-LD 342012–2016América Tevé owned-and-operated station owned by América CV Station Group;[5] former East Coast flagship station; was also simulcast on WWOR-DT4 during Fox partnership period
Toledo, OhioWMNT-CD 48.22012–2015Owned by Community Broadcast Group, Inc.; subchannel currently carrying Antenna TV
Ponce, Puerto RicoWKPV 24.12012–2016América Tevé owned-and-operated station owned by América CV Station Group[5]
San Juan, Puerto RicoWJPX 24
San Sebastián, Puerto RicoWJWN-TV 24.1
Yauco, Puerto RicoWIRS 24.1
El Paso, Texas KTFN 65.2 Owned by Entravision Communications; subchannel taken off-line
Kerrville, Texas (San Antonio)KMYS 35.2Owned by Deerfield Media; switched subchannel to the American Sports Network
Matamoros, Tamaulipas-

McAllen, Texas

XHRIO 2.1 The CW Network Owned by TVNorte, S.A. de C.V./operated by Entravision Communications; became an affiliate of The CW and shifted virtual channel to channel 15.1 in national channel re-nunmbering scheme
San Francisco, CaliforniaKCNS 38.1Owned by NRJ TV
(operated by Titan Broadcast Management); switched to Sonlife Broadcasting Network
Milwaukee, WisconsinWTSJ-LP 38.1Owned by DTV America Corporation; re-established affiliation to Azteca that existed prior to MundoFox's sign-on
Boston, MassachusettsWFXZ-CD 24.1Owned by Prime Time Partners LLC; restored primary affiliation to Azteca that shifted to a second subchannel during MundoFox/Max's existence
Naples, Florida
(Fort Myers, FL)
WXCW 46.2Owned by Sun Broadcasting, Inc.; currently airing Estrella TV via WGPS-LP
Tecate, Baja California
San Diego, California
XHDTV-TDT 49.2Owned by Televisora Alco
(operated by Entravision Communications); subchannel taken off the air.
Sheridan, Arkansas
(Little Rock, AR)
KMYA-LP 472014-2016Owned by 1 Squared Media, LLC; low-powered television station off-air.
St. Louis, MissouriKBGU-LP 33.12015Owned by King Forward, Inc.
(operated by Regal Media, Inc.); Replaced by Buzzr
SeattleKUNS-TV 51.22012-2016Owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group; Switched to UniMás
Salt Lake CityKBTU-LP 232012-2016Owned by DTV America Corporation; Switched to Altavisión

References

  1. Carl Marcucci (August 13, 2012). "MundoFox launches across the country". Radio & Television Business Report. Streamline-RBR, Inc. Retrieved August 20, 2012.
  2. 1 2 "Stations for Network - MundoMax". RabbitEars. Retrieved November 7, 2015.
  3. Jon Lafayette (December 28, 2012). "MundoFox Upgrades Affiliation In Miami Market With WGEN". Broadcasting & Cable. NewBay Media. Retrieved December 29, 2012.
  4. Luis E. Palacios (December 30, 2012). "MundoFOX cambia de casa en el sur de la Florida". El Nuevo Herald (in Spanish). Retrieved December 30, 2012.
  5. 1 2 "America Teve Expands Its Coverage In NY And Puerto Rico" (Press release). Hialeah Gardens, Fla.: America CV Network. PRNewswire. August 2, 2016. Retrieved August 4, 2016.
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