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VasalloVision

VasalloVision
Type Former Broadcast
former television network
Country United States
Availability National
Key people
Carlos Vasallo, president and CEO
Launch date
October 22, 2009
Dissolved 2012
Official website
vasallovision.tv

VasalloVision was a small Spanish-language TV network in the USA that catered to the Mexican audience. Its programming mainly consisted of movies, pro wrestling and some kids' shows. The network was made up of four stations, mostly in the western USA.

Former affiliates

City Station Channel Owner Comment
/ KYVV-TV
28.1
SATV 10, LLC Now an affiliate of MundoFox.
KQDK-CA
(satellite of KQCK, Cheyenne, WY)
39
Fusion Communications. Now an affiliate of MundoFox.
/ KQCK
33.1
Fusion Communications. Now an affiliate of MundoFox.
KAZH
57.1
Titan Broadcast Group First station to carry VasalloVision programming.
Relaunched as English-language independent station KUBE-TV September 27, 2010.
KMCC
32.1
Beam Tilt, LLC Now an affiliate of MundoFox
WBKI
34.2
Fusion Communications Dropped in August 2012 after new company took over station operations.

References

External links

  • Official website
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