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Killeen/Waco/Austin, Texas
Branding Univision 62
Noticias 62
Channels Digital: 13 (VHF)
Virtual: 62 (PSIP)
Affiliations Univision
Owner Univision Communications, Inc.
(KAKW License Partnership, LP)
First air date May 31, 1996
Call letters’ meaning Austin Killeen Waco
Former callsigns KAKW (1996-2003)
KAKW-TV (2004-2009)
Former channel number(s) Analog:
62 (UHF, 1996-2009)
Former affiliations UPN (primary, 1996-2002)
The WB (secondary, 1996-2002)
Transmitter Power 45 kW
Height 484 m
Facility ID 148
Transmitter Coordinates 30°43′34.3″N 97°59′25.3″W / 30.726194°N 97.990361°W / 30.726194; -97.990361

KAKW-DT is a television station licensed to Killeen, Texas, serving the Waco and Austin markets as a Univision owned-and-operated station on channel 62 from a tower approximately halfway between Austin and Killeen. Although it is based in the Waco market, most of its news and advertising is targeted for the Austin market.

KAKW was originally a dual UPN/The WB affiliate for the Waco/Killeen/Temple market, and was owned by Communications Corporation of America, along with simulcast Fox affiliates KWKT (Waco) and KYLE (Bryan/College Station). That was until 2002 when KAKW dropped both networks and expanded its market coverage to Austin and became a Univision affiliate under new ownership of the Spanish television network itself. It also started up a Spanish news operation. KWKT and KYLE would pick up The WB as secondary affiliation while UPN viewers had to rely on Dallas-Fort Worth station KTXA for de-facto network programming until 2006 when CBS affiliates KWTX-TV and KBTX-TV launched digital subchannels to carry UPN programming. Both have since became The CW affiliates when The WB and UPN merged into that new network later that September.

Until 2009, KAKW also operated a repeater in Austin, KAKW-CA channel 31. In 2009, this station switched to Telefutura programming, as KTFO-CA.

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