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KXLA, virtual channel 44 (UHF digital channel 51), is an independent television station serving Los Angeles, California, United States that is licensed to Rancho Palos Verdes. The station is owned by Rancho Palos Verdes Broadcasters, Inc., whose president and majority owner is Ronald Ulloa, who also owns Twentynine Palms-based KVMD (channel 31). KXLA's studios are located on Corinth Avenue in West Los Angeles (near Interstate 405), and its transmitter is located atop Mount Wilson. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The station first signed on the air in December 2000 as KRPA as an affiliate of America One. The station changed its call letters to KXLA on August 8, 2001 with ethnic programming. The KXLA call letters were previously used by the Pasadena radio station now known as KDIS and in fictional form by the television station featured in the film The China Syndrome. KXLA's transmitter was originally located on Catalina Island at 33°20′59.5″N 118°21′9.4″W, but in 2004 it was moved to Mount Wilson, where most of the other stations in the Los Angeles market transmit. KXLA broadcasts Japanese programming from Fujisankei Communications International, KBS World programming 7 nights a week from and Liquidation Channel home shopping and Spanish catholic programming from ESNE TV Daily and entertainment from "Bollywood" Saturdays 11-1pm with Infomercials filling the station's schedule.
Saturday @7:30am & Sunday 7am - 8am & Monday thru Thursday @2:30pm
TV-G, E/I 13-16 We'll show how you can help save the environment while saving yourself some money as well. We'll hear from experts, committed individuals and even a few celebrities and well as from various agencies and organizations. website
TV-Y7, E/I 13-16 The Heroic Efforts Of People As They Rescue Animals In Danger From The Elements, Accidents Or Abusive Situations. website
TV-Y, E/I 13-16 A Magazine-Format Show About American Farming Features Stories Of The Hard-Working Farmers And Ranchers Who Produce Food, Fuel And Fiber For The World. website
TV-G, E/I 13-16 In A Quest For The Genius Cup, Child Inventors Split Into Two Teams To See Who Can Develop The Most Creative Invention Using Innovation And Teamwork. website
TV-G, E/I 13-16 Teaches Financial Education And Entrepreneurship To A Preteen Audience. It Uses Sketch Comedy And Young Actors To Explain Basic. Its Motto Is: "Where Kids Teach Kids About Money And Business." website
TV-G, E/I 13-16 The Emmy Award-winning series features a fast-paced style, with music throughout each 30-minute episode and quick camera cuts, that's designed to get today's youth off the couch and busy exploring the world around them. website
El Sembrador Nueva Evangelización (ESNE) has the blessing of Pope John Paul II and has been established and registered as an association of lay at the service of the Church. ESNE currently has partners in Mexico, Central America and South America and developing our mission throughout the American continent.
Monday thru Friday @7:30pm and Sat & Sunday @8pm. - Established on July 16, 2004, KBS America is a Los Angeles-based company dedicated to providing top-quality programs of the Korean Broadcasting System in North, South, Central America.
Saturdays 11:00AM - 12:00PM Namaste America reaches over 6.2 million households in five counties across the Southland. Namaste America reaches viewers in more than 320 communities and is carried by all of the cable systems in Southern California on basic (analog), available on satellite, and over the air (analog) in the entire market. Los Angeles represents the 2nd largest Asian-Indian market in the U.S.
Monday thru Fridays @7am - FCI was founed in 1986, Broadcast news and information program by the Japanese on the Internet, we have to deliver. Many of the Japanese living in the viewing area, seeking the latest news information that takes place in Japan and around the world see the FCI of the program. The United States of audiences of the TV program, also produced the Internet program, offers a program also overseas.
Sister Station KVMD is an independent television station licensed to San Bernardino, California, USA. The broadcast signal covers most of the Inland Empire on digital UHF channel 23. KVMD-DT is also available on DirecTV and Dish Network on channel 31, its former analog channel. The station is also seen throughout the Los Angeles media market on various cable TV systems.
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