Telemundo De Puerto Rico - Canal 2 es una cadena de televisión operada por Telemundo situada en San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Telemundo Puerto Rico is a full service television station in San Juan, Puerto Rico, broadcasting on local digital UHF channel 28.3 and virtual channel 2.1. Founded in 1954, it is owned by NBCUniversal. WKAQ is a Spanish-language station, showing sports, telenovelas, movies, comedies, sitcoms, and its news show, Noticentro. WKAQ's channel is multiplexed, with four subchannels. Channel 2.1 airs Telemundo Puerto Rico, and 2.2 broadcasts El Punto, 2.3 shows CNL Soi and 2.4 provides Exitos TV.
WWXY-LP is a low-power television station in San Juan, Puerto Rico, broadcasting on local digital VHF channel 8 and branded as Tiva TV.
Founded in 2001, it is owned by Hector Marcano Martinez and Alejandro Luciano. WWXY-LP is an independent Spanish-language station, showing lifestyle and health programs.
Enlace is an international chain of Christian satellite communication in Spanish, which, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, proclaims the sublime message of the cross.
Our main objective is to consolidate this means of communication for the restoration of a society that faces a crisis in its ethical, moral and cultural values.
WPRU-LP is a low-power television station in Puerto Rico, broadcasting on local digital UHF channel 20. Founded in 2004, it is owned by LKK Group. WPRU is affiliated with ABC (American Broadcasting Company), airing ABC's primetime shows in the evening.Sintoniza por el canal 15 de LibertyPR, 20 en Dish, 172 en DirecTV y el 5.1 por antena.
In the morning, the station airs ABC's morning news and information program, with spots for local news and weather; in the afternoon, it airs ABC's soap operas; in the early evening, it shows ABC's national news broadcast and WABC New York's newscasts. After primetime, it again airs WABC New York's newscasts, followed by ABC's late-night programming. It has no original programming; it fills the non-ABC time slots with paid programming.
WAPA-TV is a full service television station in San Juan, Puerto Rico, broadcasting on local digital UHF channel 27 and virtual channel 4. Founded in 1954, it is owned by InterMedia Partners.
WAPA is a Spanish-language independent station, showing sports, telenovelas, movies, comedies, sitcoms, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and Puerto Rican (WWC) professional wrestling, human interest shows and its news show, Noticentro.
WAPA's channel is multiplexed, with three subchannels. Channel 4.1 airs WAPA Television; 4.2 broadcasts Universal Sports, and 4.3 shows Weather.
WLII-DT is a full service television station in Caguas, Puerto Rico, broadcasting on local digital VHF channel 11 and virtual channel 11 and branded as Univision Puerto Rico.
Founded in 1978, it is owned by Univision Communications, Inc. WLII is an affiliate of Univision, a United States network of Spanish language programming.
Univision started as KWEX-TV in San Antonio, which began as KCOR-TV in 1955, the first full-time Spanish-language station in America and the first UHF station in the country. Univision operates its own television production company called Univision Studios, which produces original content for the network and national news programming.
Univision also includes programming from Mexican broadcast network Televisa and Venezuelan broadcast network Venevision.
WSJX-LP is a low-power television station in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, broadcasting on local UHF channel 24. Founded in 2005, it is owned by Caribbean Broadcasting Network.
WSJX is affiliated with the FOX Network, airing FOX's primetime shows in the evening. During the day, WSJX airs syndicated television sitcoms and reality programs After primetime, it airs reruns and paid programming. It has no local programmin
Sistema TV - WQTO is a full service television station in Ponce, Puerto Rico , broadcasting on local digital UHF channel 25 and virtual channel 26. Founded in 1984, it is owned by Ana G. Mendez University System and branded as Sistema TV.
As a satellite station of WMTJ, WQTO is a member station of PBS (Public Broadcasting Service).
In addition to its PBS programming, Sistema TV airs locally produced programs with information concerning local interest, culture, history and education. Sistema TV airs both English and Spanish-language programs.