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WJAN-CA
Miami, Florida
Branding América TeVé/Noticias 41
Channels Analog: 41 (UHF)
Digital: 9 (VHF CP)
Affiliations Spanish Independent
Owner Sherjan Broadcasting
Call letters’ meaning W SherJAN
Website http://www.americateve.com/

WJAN-CA is a Spanish-language Independent station in Miami, Florida. The station runs news, along with other Spanish-language programming. The station mostly talks about Cuba and its regime. The station also broadcasts news programming from CNN en Español.

WJAN-CA began broadcasting in the Spanish language in 1995. That same year it began broadcasting its first independently-produced entertainment series produced for the Hispanic market in the United States, A Oscuras Pero Encendidos. Hosted by producer and entertainer Paul Bouche, the show became a success and in 2000, owner Omar Romay started investing in locally produced entertainment programs. By 2009 the station had 7 hours of original programming per day and a share of over 10 percent of the Spanish language television audience in Miami during prime time. Some of the shows that make up their lineup are : A Mano Limpia with Oscar Haza. The station transmits analog on channel 41, and has a construction permit for digital TV on VHF channel 9 as WJAN-LD. For the past years, the primetime newscast has also gained a high percentage of viewers during the competitive 10pm to 11pm time. The 10pm newscast is anchored by Felix Guillermo and Alejandra Molina.

The WJAN calls were originally used by a present-day TBN affiliate in Canton, Ohio, WDLI-TV.

In 2009 WJAN / America Teve merged with CV Network reaching Puerto Rico and New York.

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The stations has also become very popular among hispanics in South Florida due to their two daily running newscasts. At 5pm with Jossie Galindo and Juan Manuel Cao and the primetime 10pm newscast with Alejandra Molina and Felix Guillermo.

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