Telemundo's current logo
Telemundo's current logo

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.[1] 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 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 Telemundo Station Group 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.

Owned-and-operated stations

Main article: Telemundo Station Group

Stations are listed alphabetically by state and city of license. Notes:

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 Channel
TV (DT)[1]
Year of affiliation Owned since
Chicago WSNS-TV[n1 1]
44 (33) 1989 1996
CoronaLos Angeles KVEA ** 52 (25) 1985 1985
DallasFort Worth KXTX-TV 39 (36) 2001 2001
Fort LauderdaleMiamiWest Palm Beach WSCV** 51 (30) 1987 1987
Galveston-Houston KTMD ** 47 (22) 1994 1997
HartfordNew Britain WRDM-CD 19 (31) 1995 2018
Las Cruces, New MexicoEl Paso KTDO 48 (26) 1999 2018
Linden, New JerseyNew York City WNJU ** 47 (35) 1984 1984
Longmont-Denver KDEN-TV 25 (29) 2006 2006
Clovis-Fresno, California KNSO 51 (27) 2000 2003
Merrimack, New Hampshire-Boston WNEU 60 (29) 2002 2002
Mount Laurel, New JerseyPhiladelphia WWSI 62 (28) 2001 2013[2]
Naples-Fort Myers WWDT-CD 43 (30) 2000 2018
Orlando WTMO-CD 31 (31) 1992 2018
Paradise-Las Vegas KBLR 39 (20) 1989 2005
Phoenix KTAZ 39 (29) 2001 2002
Providence WRIW-CD 51 (2) 2000 2018
WYCN-LD[n1 2] 8 (36) 2019 2016
Raleigh-Durham WRTD-CD 54 (15) 2018 2018
Richmond WZTD-LD 45 (34) 2007 2018
Rio Grande City KTLM 40 (14) 1999 2013
Sacramento KCSO-LD 33 (3) 1999 2019
KMUM-CD 33 (31) 2014 2019
Salt Lake City KEJT-CD 50 (21) 1993 1993
KULX-CD 10 (14) 2014 2019
KTMW 20 (20) 2015 2019
San Antonio KVDA ** 60 (15) 1989 1989
San Diego KUAN-LD 48 (17) 2017 2017
San JoseSan Francisco KSTS ** 48 (19) 1984 1984
San Juan, Puerto Rico WKAQ-TV ** 2 (28) 1954 1954
Springfield WDMR-LD 14 (23) 1995 2018
TampaSt. Petersburg WRMD-CD 49 (30) 1989 2018
Tucson, Arizona KHRR 40 (16) 1992 2003
Washington WZDC-CD 44 (34) 1993 2018

Telemundo-affiliated stations

United States

City of license/market Station Virtual
channel
Physical
channel
Year of
affiliation
Owner Notes

Alaska[edit]

Anchorage KDMD-DT2 33.2 33 2007 Ketchikan Television LLC

Arizona[edit]

YumaEl Centro, CA KESE-LD 35 16 1997 News-Press & Gazette Company
KECY-DT4 9.4 9 2009 Simulcast of KESE-LD

Arkansas[edit]

Fayetteville KAJL-LD 16 16 2014 DTV America Corporation
Little Rock KQPS-LD 14 14 2015

California[edit]

Bakersfield KKEY-LP 13 13 2003 Nexstar Media Group
KGET-DT3 17.3 25.3 2007 Simulcast of KKEY-LP
ChicoReddingEureka KNVN-DT2 24.2 24.2 2014 K4 Media Holdings, LLC
(operated by GOCOM Media, LLC)
Palm Desert KUNA-LD 15 15 1996 News-Press & Gazette Company
KESQ-DT7 42.7 28 2008
Sacramento KMAX-DT6 33.2 24.6 2022 CBS News and Stations Standard definition simulcast of KCSO-LD
SalinasMonterey KMUV-LD 23 21 1996 News-Press & Gazette Company
San Luis ObispoSanta Barbara KTAS 33.1 34 1997 Raul & Consuelo Palazuelos

Colorado[edit]

Colorado SpringsPueblo KTLO-LD 46.1 29 2004 News-Press & Gazette Company
KRDO-DT2 13.2 24 2009 Simulcast of KTLO-LD
Grand Junction KKCO-DT3 11.3 12 2008 Gray Television

Delaware[edit]

GeorgetownSalisbury, Maryland WBOC-LD 42.1 22.1 2017 Draper Holdings
WSJZ-LD 42.3 34.1 2019 Simulcast of WBOC-LD

Florida[edit]

Jacksonville WFOX-DT4 30.4 14.4 2022 Cox Media Group Joined Telemundo July 2022

Georgia[edit]

Atlanta WKTB-CD 47 23 2000 Gray Television

Hawaii[edit]

Kailua-Kona KFVE 6.1 25 2017 Gray Television

Idaho[edit]

Boise KKJB 39.1 15 2005 Cocola Broadcasting
Idaho Falls KIFI-DT5 8.5 8.5 2008 News-Press & Gazette Company

Illinois[edit]

Rockford WFBN-LD 23 35 2012 Weigel Broadcasting Simulcast of WYTU-LD, Milwaukee

Indiana[edit]

Evansville WYYW-CD 15 15 2015 Evansville Low Power Partnership
Indianapolis WDNI-CD 19 16 2013[n1 3][3] Radio One
South Bend WMYS-LD2 69.2 28 2012 Weigel Broadcasting Simulcast of WYTU-LD, Milwaukee

Kansas[edit]

Garden City KSNG-DT2 11.2 11 2010 Nexstar Media Group Satellite of KSNW
Lawrence/Kansas City KGKC-LD 39 33 2018[n1 4] SagamoreHill Broadcasting
Wichita KSNW-DT2 3.2 15 2010 Nexstar Media Group

Kentucky[edit]

Bowling Green WBGS-LD 34.1 34 2022 Gray Television

Louisiana[edit]

Baton Rouge WLFT-CD 30.2 30 November 1, 2021 Red Stick Broadcasting Simulcast of KGLA
Lake Charles KWWE-LD 19.3 19 2019 SagamoreHill
New Iberia Lafayette KLWB 50.3 17 July 1, 2020 Delta Media
Hammond (New Orleans) KGLA-DT 42 35 2007 Mayavision, Inc. Simulcasted on WLFT 30.2

Missouri[edit]

St. Joseph KNPG-LD3 21.3 9 2017 News-Press & Gazette Company

Minnesota[edit]

Minneapolis KJNK-LD 25 25 2014 Regal Media
(operated by DTV America Corporation)

Nebraska[edit]

Columbus KMJF-LD 48.2 16 2017 Flood Communications LLC
Grand Island KMLF-LD 21.2 30 2018
Hastings KGHK-LD 30.2 30 2018
Lincoln KFDY-LD 27.1 27 2017
Omaha KOHA-LD 27.1 27 2018
South Sioux City KBWF-LD 15.2 29 2018

North Carolina[edit]

Charlotte WSOC-DT2 9.2 19.2 2017 Cox Media Group Joined Telemundo June 1, 2017[4]

Ohio[edit]

Cleveland WTCL-LP 6.1 20 2022 Gray Television Joined Telemundo December 22, 2021[5]

Oklahoma[edit]

LawtonWichita Falls, Texas KSWO-DT2 7.2 11.2 2009 Gray Television
Oklahoma City KTUZ-TV 30 29 2005 Tyler Media Group
Tulsa KUTU-CD 25.2 17 2015

Oregon[edit]

Bend KQRE-LD 20.1 20 2007 News-Press & Gazette Company
KFXO-CD 39.2 15 2012

South Carolina[edit]

Columbia WKTC-DT2 63.2 31 2009 WBHQ Columbia LLC

Tennessee[edit]

Nashville WTNX-LD 15 15 2022 Gray Television

Texas[edit]

Abilene KTAB-DT2 32.2 30 2009 Nexstar Media Group
Amarillo KEYU 31 31 2010 Gray Television
KFDA-DT3 10.3 10 2008 Simulcast of KEYU
Austin KEYE-DT2 42.2 34.2 2009 Sinclair Broadcast Group
Big Spring KCWO-DT2 4.2 33.2 2019 Gray Television Simulcast of KTLE-LD, Odessa
Laredo KXNU-LD 10.1 10 2020
Lubbock KXTQ-CD 46 24 1990
OdessaMidland KTLE-LD 7.5 20 1992 owned by Telemundo from 1989 to 2001
KOSA-DT3 7.3 7.3 2019 Simulcast of KTLE-LD
TylerLongview KLTV-DT3 7.3 7.3 2010
Victoria KVTX-LD 45 34.3 2000 Morgan Murphy Media
Waco KWTX-DT2 10.2 10.2 2019 Gray Television

Washington[edit]

Seattle - Tacoma KIRO-DT4 7.4 23.4 2022 Cox Media Group
Yakima KFFX-DT2 11.2 11 2015 Imagicomm Communications

Wisconsin[edit]

Milwaukee WYTU-LD 63 16 1999 Weigel Broadcasting
WDJT-TV 58.4 29 2009 Simulcast of WYTU-LD

Territories[edit]

Puerto Rico[edit]

Ponce WTIN-TV 2.11 14 2020 Hemisphere Media Group Satellite of WKAQ-TV, San Juan
Mayagüez WNJX-TV 2.12 31

Former affiliates

City of license/Market Station Years of affiliation Current status
Aguadilla, Puerto Rico WOLE-DT 12 1995–2014 Univision affiliate owned by Liberman Media Group as a satellite of WLII-DT
Mayagüez, Puerto Rico WORA-TV 5 1985-1994, 2015-2019 ABC affiliate owned by Telecinco, Inc.
Amarillo, Texas KTMO-LP 36 2001–2014 Defunct
Atlanta, Georgia WPXA-DT7 47 2014–2021 Ion Television affiliate owned by Ion Media Networks
Worcester-Boston, Massachusetts WHLL 27/19 1992–1993 WUNI 66/27 Marlborough, a Univision owned-and-operated station owned by Univision Communications
channel 27 Worcester allocation now used by WUTF-TV, a UniMás affiliate owned by Entravision Communications
Boston, Massachusetts W32AY/WTMU-LP/WBTS-LD 32/67/46/8 1995–2016 Station moved to Providence and rejoined Telemundo in 2019
Norwell-Boston, Massachusetts WWDP 46/10 2000–2002 Shop LC affiliate owned by WRNN-TV Associates
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; temporary subchannel while establishing WSNS-TV's channel sharing operations over WMAQ-TV's transmitter
ChicoReddingEureka, 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
Columbus WDEM-CD 17.1 / 24 2010 - 2019 Azteca América owned-and-operated station owned by INNOVATE Corp.
Fort Worth-Dallas, Texas KFWD 52/9 1988–2001 Independent (RNN) owned by WRNN-TV Associates
Fresno, California KMSG-TV 59/36 1988–2001 KFRE-TV, a CW affiliate owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group
Laredo, Texas KLDO-TV 27/19 1988–1998 Univision affiliate owned by Entravision Communications
Medford, Oregon KMCW-LD 14 2007–2014 Defunct; License cancelled
Nashville, Tennessee WSMV-DT2 4.2 2006–2010 Ion Mystery affiliate owned by Gray Television
NewbergPortland, Oregon KOXO-LP 41 1995–2002 UniMás affiliate owned by WatchTV, Inc.
Odessa-Midland, Texas KWES-TV 9.3 2008–2019 Justice Network affiliate owned by Tegna
PortlandVancouver, Washington KPXG-DT7 22.7 2014–2021 Newsy affiliate owned by Ion Media Networks
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)[6]
San Diego, California KNSD-DT20 39.20 7/2017–12/2017 Defunct; programming moved to KUAN-LD
SacramentoStocktonModesto, California KSPX-DT7 29.7 2014–2021 Newsy affiliate owned by Ion Media Networks
SeattleTacoma KWPX-DT7 33.7 2014–2021 Newsy affiliate owned by Ion Media Networks
WacoTempleBryan, Texas KWKO-LP 5 2003–2010 Defunct; programming moved to KXXV-DT2
KXXV 25.2 –2019 Grit affiliate owned by E.W. Scripps Company
Savannah WSCG 34.4 2009–2018 Decades affiliate owned by Winemiller Television

Notes and references

Station notes

  1. ^ This station was jointly owned by Ensaness Communications from 1996 to 2003.
  2. ^ WYCN-LD, as W32AY and WTMU-LP, previously served as the Telemundo station in Boston, both on its own and in conjunction with WNEU, from 1995 to 2016, and carried WNEU on a subchannel during its tenure as NBC O&O WBTS-LD. It was previously owned by Telemundo from 1995 to 2001.
  3. ^ WDNI-CD became a Telemundo affiliate on March 11, 2013, replacing a music video format known as "Indy's Music Channel".
  4. ^ Campbell, Matt (September 29, 2018). "Hablas español? Kansas City now has second station offering Spanish-language programs". The Kansas City Star. Retrieved September 28, 2021.

References