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LATV
LATV network logo
Type broadcast television network
Country United States
Availability National
Owner LATV Networks LLC
Key people Daniel Crowe, President and Founder
Howard Bolter, President and 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 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.

Although the music video programming on the network has significantly decreased (early morning to early afternoon) there is tons more variety in the videos played than what can be seen on MTVTr3s and mun2.

Affiliates

Arizona

  • KWBA (58.2) Tucson

California

  • KTVU (2.2) San Francisco
  • KSEE (24.3) Fresno
  • KTXL (40.2) Sacramento
  • KJLA (57.2) Los Angeles

Connecticut

  • WUVN (18.4) Hartford

Florida

Indiana

  • WANE-TV (15.2) Fort Wayne
  • Indianapolis, coming soon

Illinois

Massachusetts

Nevada

New Mexico

New York

Puerto Rico

  • WSJP-LP (30) (secondary) Puerto Rico

Texas

External links

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