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KHLU-LP
(A Class-A Station)
Honolulu, Hawaii
United States
Branding Univision 46
Channels Digital: 46 (UHF)
Virtual: 46 (PSIP)
Affiliations Univision
Owner Hawaiian TV Network, Ltd.
Founded August 26, 1994 (As K60FJ on Ch. 60)
Call letters' meaning KHonoluLU
Former callsigns K38CB (1988-1994)
K60FJ (1994-2001)
Former channel number(s) Analog:
60 (1996-2001)
46 (2001-2015)
Transmitter power 15 kW
Class Class-A
Website www.univision.com

KHLU-LP is a low-powered Univision affiliate serving Honolulu, Hawaii. The station, which is owned by Hawaiian TV Network LTD., broadcasts on UHF channel 46 with an ERP of 18 kW. KHLU is licensed as a Class-A television station, and is also available to cable viewers statewide on Oceanic Time Warner digital channel 35, which added the station in March 2014.

History

KHLU signed on the air on August 26, 1994 as K60FJ and began airing Univision programming to Honolulu's growing Hispanic population.

Originally KHLU operated on channel 60, but when the FCC made that channel a full-powered allocation with more than seven companies applying for the last vacant TV signal in the market, they relocated to channel 46 and were upgraded to Class-A status. Interestingly, KHLU's parent company was among one of the applicants. In 2010, KHLU filed an application with the FCC to convert its status from analog to digital. It was licensed for digital operation on channel 46 on May 29, 2015.

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