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Ketf-cd

KETF-CD
Laredo, Texas
United States
Branding UniMás Laredo
Channels Digital: 31.1 (UHF)
Subchannels 31.2 Fox
Affiliations UniMás (2013-present)
Owner Entravision
Founded February 18, 1997
Call letters' meaning Entravision TeleFutura
Sister station(s) KLDO-TV
KLDO-DT2
KXOF-CD
Former callsigns KETF-CA (2005-2009)
KZLD-LP (1999-2005)
K25GN (1999)
K15EZ (1997-1999)
Former affiliations Enlace TBN (1997-1999)
Pax (1999-2005)
Telefutura (2005-2013)
Transmitter power 15 kW
Website KETF

KETF-CD is a Class A Digital television station in Laredo, Texas, broadcasting locally as an affiliate of the UniMás network on digital channel 31.1. KETF's digital channel 31 also has one subchannel 31.2 KXOF-CD Fox.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Digital services 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

The station began on channel 15 as K15EZ in 1997, moving to channel 25 in 1999. From 1999 to 2005, it was KZLD, which aired the primetime lineup of the PAX network. Entravision bought the station in 2005, in which the switched the station to the Spanish-language Telefutura network. In 2009, KETF went off the air due to XHBR transmitting digitally on channel 25.1. On June 2009, KETF applied for a permit to start transmitting digitally on channel 31.1. On January 2010, it began broadcasting on digital channel 31.1.[1] In January 7, 2013, Telefutura changed its name to UniMás.

Digital services

KETF began broadcasting on channel 31.1, and carries KXOF-CD Fox 720p HD programming on sub-channel 31.2 in January 2010.

Ch Callsign Network
31.1 (480i) KETF UniMás
31.2 (720p) KXOF-CD Fox HD

References

  1. ^ "CDBS Print". Licensing.fcc.gov. 2009-06-26. Retrieved 2011-01-29. 

External links

  • Query the FCC's TV station database for KETF
  • KETF 31 Website


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