LATV

LATV

LATV
Type broadcast television network
Country United States
Availability National
Slogan Latino Alternative Television
Owner LATV Networks LLC
Key people
Luca Bentivoglio (COO)
Launch date
2001, on KJLA in Los Angeles
May 7, 2007, nationwide
Official website
http://www.latv.com

LATV is a bilingual music and entertainment network. LATV has been on the air in the Los Angeles market as KJLA since 2001 and is distributed through mostly digital television subchannels throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.

LATV features Latino-themed programming aimed at young adults aged 18 to 34, including the animated comedy show Ceasar and Chuy.

Affiliates

City Station Virtual
channel[1]
Owner

Arizona

KPDF-CA 41.3 Una Vez Mas Holdings, LLC
KWBA 58.2 Journal Broadcast Group

California

KTVU 2.2 Fox Television Stations
KSMS-TV 67.3 Entravision Communications
KSEE 24.3 Nexstar Broadcasting Group
KJLA 57.1 LATV Networks, LLC
KVYE 7.2 Entravision Communications
KVER-CA 4.2
KPMR 38.3

Connecticut

WUVN 18.4 Entravision Communications

Colorado

KCEC-TV 50.2 Entravision Communications
KVSN-DT 48.3

District of Columbia

WMDO-CA 47.2 Entravision Communications

Florida

WFTX-TV 36.2 Journal Broadcast Group
WLMF-LD 51.3 Paging Systems, Inc.
WVEN-TV 26.2 Entravision Communications
WVEA-TV 62.2 Entravision Communications
WTVX 34.4 Sinclair Broadcast Group

Georgia

WANN-CD 32.6 Prism Broadcasting Network
WTBS-LD 26.4

Illinois

W25DW-D 25.5

Massachusetts

WUNI-TV 27.2 Entravision Communications

Mexico

XHAS-TV 33.2 Entravision Communications

New Mexico

KLUZ-TV 41.2 Entravision Communications

New York

Time Warner Cable NY/NJ Channel 186
FiOS NY/NJ Channel 480
WBQM-LD

Oklahoma

KLHO-LD 31.3 Aracelis Ortiz Corporation

Ohio

WCSN-LD 32.2 Columbus Television, LLC

Puerto Rico

WSJP-LD
(secondary)
18 LKK Group

Rhode Island

WLWC 28.2 OTA Broadcasting, LLC

Texas

KORO-TV 28.3 Entravision Communications
KTFN-TV 65.3 Entravision Communications
KNVO-TV 48.3 Entravision Communications
KYAZ 51.6 Una Vez Mas Holdings, LLC
KLDO 19.4 Entravision Communications
KATA-CD 50.1 Mako Communications
KUPB 18.2 Entravision Communications

Utah

KULX-CD 10.3 Entravision Communications

Washington

KWYT 39.3 Grupo Hispanavision

Audience

Place TV network % of US households reached Number of households viewable Type of Television Network
1 Univision 55% 62,810,000 Spanish Commercial
2 Telemundo 48% 54,816,000 Spanish Commercial
3 MundoFOX 48% 54,816,000 Spanish Commercial
4 UniMÁS 47% 53,674,000 Spanish Commercial
5 V-me 45% 51,390,000 Spanish Educational
6 Estrella TV 40% 45,680,000 Spanish Commercial
7 Azteca América 38% 43,396,000 Spanish Commercial
8 LATV 37% 42,254,000 Spanish Commercial

List of United States over-the-air television networks[2]

References

External links

  • Official website