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KLMV-LP
KLMV.JPG
Laredo, TX
Slogan Gateway To Mexico
Channels Analog: 68 UHF
Affiliations Independent
Owner J. B. Salazar
Founded January 12, 1998
Call letters’ meaning KLVM' Laredo + Mexico
Vida Communications
HSN
Former callsigns K68FU
Website KLMV68.com

KLMV-LP Channel 68 is a UHF low-powered Class A broadcasting television station serving the Laredo, Texas / Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico markets. It broadcasts Independent Spanish Christian programming. It is owned and operated by J. B. Salazar. It has a broadcasting power of 150 kW. It broadcasts programming 24 hours a day.

History

From 1999-2003 KLMV was named K68FU and was affiliated with Vida Communications, and HSN. In September 2006 KLMV stopped its affiliation with Almavision and went independent. Potential viewership is 1 million.

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Coordinates: 27°31′29″N 99°31′21″W / 27.5246°N 99.5225°W / 27.5246; -99.5225

Bueno Broadcasting will become the networks name that will tie 20 stations together in the state of Texas alone. Many other stations are networking with Bueno Broadcasting to form a solid net in the United States.

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