List of Telemundo affiliates (table)
Telemundo is an American broadcast television television network owned by the Telemundo Television Group division of NBCUniversal, which was launched in 1984 as NetSpan. As of October 2015, the network currently has 18 owned-and-operated stations, and current affiliation agreements with 65 other television stations. Telemundo maintains a national cable network feed that is distributed directly to cable, satellite and IPTV providers in various 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, pending and former Telemundo-affiliated stations in the continental United States and U.S. possessions (including subchannel affiliates, satellite stations and select low-power translators), with outlets owned by its parent company's broadcast television subsidiary NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations separated from privately owned affiliates, and arranged in alphabetical order by city of license and/or Designated Market Area. There are links to and articles on each of the broadcast stations, describing their histories, local programming and technical information, such as broadcast frequencies.
The station's virtual (PSIP) channel number follows the call letters. For the table for the owned-and-operated outlets, the number in parentheses that follows is the station's actual digital channel number; the digital channel number is listed as a separate column in the list of private affiliates. 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 a Telemundo affiliate as well as the current status of the corresponding channel that carried the network.
Stations are listed alphabetically by state and city of license.
- 1) Two boldface asterisks appearing following a station's call letters (**) indicate a station that was an original Telemundo-owned station either from the network's inception as NetSpan in 1984 or as part of the relaunch as Telemundo in 1987;
- 2) This list does not include NBCUniversal-owned stations affiliated with NBC; individual lists are available in the articles List of NBC television affiliates (table) and List of NBC television affiliates (by U.S. state).
|City of license/market||Station||Virtual
|Anchorage||KDMD-DT2||33.2||33||2007||Ketchikan Television LLC|
|Yuma−El Centro, CA||KESE-LP||35||40||1997||News-Press & Gazette Company|
|KECY-DT4||9.4||9||2009||Simulcast of KESE-LP|
|Fayetteville||KAJL-LD||16||16||2014||DTV America Corporation|
|Bakersfield||KKEY-LP||13||13||2003||Nexstar Media Group|
|KGET-DT3||17.3||25.3||2007||Simulcast of KKEY-LP|
|Chico−Redding−Eureka||KNVN-DT2||24.2||24.2||2014||K4 Media Holdings, LLC|
(operated by GOCOM Media, LLC)
|Modesto||KSPX-DT7||29.7||29||2014||Ion Media Networks|
|Palm Desert||KUNA-LP||15||N/A||1996||News-Press & Gazette Company|
|Salinas−Monterey||KMUV-LP||23||11||1996||News-Press & Gazette Company|
|San Luis Obispo−Santa Barbara||KTAS||33.1||34||1997||Raul & Consuelo Palazuelos|
|Colorado Springs−Pueblo||KTLO-LP||49||N/A||2004||News-Press & Gazette Company|
|Grand Junction||KKCO-DT3||11.3||12||2008||Gray Television|
|Georgetown−Salisbury, Maryland||WBOC-LD||41||41||2017||Draper Holdings|
|Atlanta||WKTB-CD||47||47||2000||Korean American TV Broadcasting|
|WPXA-DT7||47.1||31.6||2014||Ion Media Networks||Standard definition simulcast of WKTB-CD|
|Kailua-Kona||KLEI-TV||6.1||25||2017||Mauna Kea Broadcasting Company, Inc.|
|Idaho Falls||KIFI-DT2||8.2||8.2||2008||News-Press & Gazette Company|
|Rockford||WFBN-LD||33||33||2012||Weigel Broadcasting||Simulcast of WYTU-LD/Milwaukee|
|Evansville||WYYW-CD||15||15||2015||Evansville Low Power Partnership|
|South Bend||WMYS-LD2||69.2||39||2012||Weigel Broadcasting||Simulcast of WYTU-LD/Milwaukee|
|Garden City||KSNG-DT2||11.2||11||2010||Nexstar Media Group||Satellite of KSNW|
|Hammond (New Orleans)||KGLA-DT||42||42||2007||Mayavision, Inc.|
|St. Joseph||KNPG-LD3||21.3||21||2017||News-Press & Gazette Company|
(operated by DTV America Corporation)
|Omaha||KOHA-LD||48.1||48||2018||Flood Communications of Omaha|
|Albuquerque−Santa Fe||KTEL-CD||15||15||1997||Ramar Communications|
|Charlotte||WSOC-DT2||9.2||34.2||2017||Cox Media Group||Joined Telemundo June 1, 2017|
|Columbus||WDEM-CD||17.2||17||2011||Triplett & Associates, Inc.|
|Lawton−Wichita Falls, Texas||KSWO-DT2||7.2||11.2||2009||Raycom Media|
|Oklahoma City||KTUZ-TV||30||29||2005||Tyler Media Group|
|Bend||KQRE-LP||20.1||20||2007||News-Press & Gazette Company|
|Portland−Vancouver, Washington||KPXG-DT7||22.7||22||2014||Ion Media Networks|
|Columbia||WKTC-DT2||63.2||39||2009||WBHQ Columbia LLC|
|Abilene||KTAB-DT2||32.2||24||2009||Nexstar Media Group|
|KFDA-DT3||10.3||10||2008||Simulcast of KEYU|
|Austin||KEYE-DT2||42.2||43.2||2009||Sinclair Broadcast Group|
|Lubbock||KXTQ-CD||46||46||1990||Woods Communications Corporation|
|KLCW-DT2||43.2||43.3||2004||Ramar Communications||Simulcast of KXTQ-CD|
|KWES-DT3||9.3||13.3||2008||Simulcast of KTLE-LP|
|Salt Lake City||KULX-CD||51||10||2004||Serestar Communications|
|KTMW||20||20||2015||Simulcast of KULX-CD|
|Seattle−Tacoma||KWPX-DT7||33.7||33||2014||Ion Media Networks|
|WMLW-TV||49.4||48.4||2009||Simulcast of WYTU-LD/Milwaukee|
|Mayagüez||WORA-TV||5||29||2004||Telecinco, Inc.||Semi-satellite of WKAQ-TV, San Juan|
|City of license/Market||Station||Years of affiliation||Current status|
|Aguadilla, Puerto Rico||WOLE-DT 12||1995−2014||Univision affiliate owned by Western Broadcasting Corporation as a semi-satellite of WLII-DT|
|Amarillo, Texas||KTMO-LP 36||2001–2014||Defunct|
|Worcester-Boston, Massachusetts||WHLL 27||1992–1993||WUNI, a Univision affiliate owned by Entravision Communications|
|Boston, Massachusetts||W32AY/WTMU-LP/WBTS-LD 32/67/46/8||1995-2016||NBC owned-and-operated station owned by NBC Owned Television Stations|
|Norwell-Boston, Massachusetts||WWDP 46||2000-2002||Evine owned-and-operated station owned by Evine Live, Inc.|
|Boise, Idaho||KKIC-LP 16.1||2009–2015||Estrella TV affiliate owned by Cocola Broadcasting|
|Bryan||KSCM-LP 18||2006-2017||Defunct; license cancelled|
|Chicago||WMAQ-DT 44.3||2017||Defunct, former secondary flagship for Chicago on WMAQ-TV 29.3|
|Chico−Redding−Eureka, California||KXVU-LP 17||2006–2014||Defunct; programming moved to KNVN-DT2|
|Columbia, South Carolina||W67DP 67||2007–2010||Defunct; programming moved to WKTC-DT2|
|Fort Worth-Dallas, Texas||KFWD 52||1988–2001||SonLife Broadcasting Network affiliate owned by NRJ Holdings, LLC.|
|Fresno, California||KMSG-TV 59||1988-2001||KFRE-TV, a CW affiliate owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group|
|Laredo, Texas||KLDO-TV 27||1988–1998||Univision affiliate owned by Entravision Communications|
|Medford, Oregon||KMCW-LP 14||2007–2014||MundoMax affiliate owned by Northwest Broadcasting|
|Nashville, Tennessee||WSMV-DT2 4.2||2006-2010||Escape affiliate owned by Meredith Corporation|
|Newberg–Portland, Oregon||KOXO-LP 41||1995–2002||UniMás affiliate owned by WatchTV, Inc.|
|St. Joseph, Missouri||KNPG-LD/KBJO-LD 30||2013-2017||KCJO-LD, a CBS affiliate owned by News-Press & Gazette Company|
|KNPN-LD4 26.4||Defunct; programming moved to KNPG-LD3|
|Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico-San Diego, California||XHAS-TDT 33||1990-2017||Azteca América affiliate owned by Televisora Alco S. de R.L. de C.V.|
(Operated by Entravision Communications)
|San Diego, California||KNSD-DT20 39.20||7/2017-12/2017||Defunct; programming moved to KUAN-LD|
|Waco–Temple–Bryan, Texas||KWKO-LP 5||2003–2010||Defunct; programming moved to KXXV-DT2|
Notes and references
- This station was jointly owned by Ensaness Communications from 1996 to 2003.
- NBCUniversal holds the license to this station, although it is operated by Serestar Communications.
- NBCUniversal holds the license to this station, although it is operated by Airwaves, Inc.
- WDNI-CD became a Telemundo affiliate on March 11, 2013, replacing a music video format known as "Indy's Music Channel".
- WORA-TV was previously affiliated with Telemundo and operated as a semi-satellite of WKAQ-TV from 1985 to 1994.
- "Stations for Network - Telemundo". RabbitEars. Retrieved November 7, 2015.
- "NBCUniversal doubles in Philadelphia with Telemundo outlet". Radio & Television Business Report. Streamline-RBR, Inc. March 21, 2013.
- "WDNI to Become First Local Spanish-Language Station in Indianapolis". TVSpypublisher=Mediabistro Holdings. March 6, 2013.
- "WSOC-TV To Launch Telemundo Charlotte June 1".
- "Azteca America Adds New Affiliate in San Diego Market".