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KETF-CD, virtual channel 39 (UHF digital channel 27), is a low-power, Class A UniMás-affiliated television station licensed to Laredo, Texas, United States. Owned by Entravision Communications, it is a sister station to Univision affiliate KLDO-TV (channel 27) and Class A Fox affiliate KXOF-CD (channel 31). The three stations share studios on Bob Bullock Loop in Laredo; KETF-CD's transmitter is located on Shea Street north of downtown. The station also carries the market's Azteca América affiliation on its fourth subchannel, often duplicating programming found on Nuevo Laredo-based Azteca Uno station XHLNA-TDT.


From 1999 to 2007 (under the ownership of the executors of Carlos Ortiz's estate, who were also the co-founders of La Familia Network and Fe-TV), it broadcast programming from TBN Enlace USA 24 hours a day, as KNEZ-LP. In March 2007, the station was acquired by Entravision Communications Corporation, owners of KLDO-TV and KETF-CD, with the intent to affiliate the station with the Fox network. In July 2007, Entravision changed the station's callsign to KXOF-CA and began to air Fox programming. With this change, San Antonio Fox affiliate KABB (which was carried on Time Warner Cable's Laredo system) was removed from the provider's lineup due to FCC rules.

On August 1, 2012, KXOF-CA turned off its analog signal and started broadcasting Fox in high definition on virtual channel 39.1 and MundoFox in standard definition on 39.2. MundoFox, which rebranded to MundoMax in 2015, folded on November 30, 2016. In February 2017, KXOF-CD began to carry Azteca América on 39.2. Prior to this affiliation, Azteca América was carried solely through the network's national feed on Time Warner Cable.

KETF-CD and sister station KXOF-CD swapped call letters on December 13, 2018, resulting in the Fox/MyNetworkTV affiliate retaining the KXOF-CD call letters and KETF-CD now being a dual UniMás/Azteca-affiliated station.

Technical information[]


The stations' digital signals are multiplexed:

Subchannels of KETF-CD
Channel Video Aspect Short Name Programming
39.1 1080i 16:9 KETF-CD Main KETF-CD programming / UniMás
39.2 480i Comet Comet
39.3 Charge! Charge!
39.4 720p Azteca KETF-CD4 / Azteca América

Former Subchannels[]

The stations' digital signals are multiplexed:

Former Subchannels of KETF-CD
Channel Video Aspect Short Name Programming
39.1 1080i 16:9 KXOF-CD Main KETF-CD programming / UniMás
39.2 480i AZTECA Comet
39.3 Charge!
39.4 720p KETF-CD4 / Azteca América
TV stations in Texas
Telemundo Azteca América UniMás Univision Other
KBTX-DT3, Bryan KVIA-DT4, El Paso KNIC, Blanco KUPB, Midland K24GP, Lubbock KTSM-DT2, El Paso
KTLE-LD, Odessa KVAT-LD, Garfleld KETF-CD, Laredo KUNU-LD, Victoria K26KJ-D, Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua-El Paso, TX KLMV-LD, Laredo
KGNS-DT3, Laredo KVDF-CD, San Antonio KTFO-CD, Austin KUVN, Garland KHLM-LD, Houston KVAW, Eagle Pass
KWTX-DT2, Waco KETF-CD4, Laredo KTFV-CD, McAllen KINT, El Paso K17MJ-D, San Antonio KMPX, Decatur
KEYU, Borger KYAZ, Katy KANG-LD, San Angelo KLDO, Laredo K20JT-D, Corpus Christi KWDA-LD, Dallas
KTAB-DT2, Abilene KAZD, Lake Dallas KCRP-CD, Corpus Christi KORO, Corpus Christi KZHO-LD, Lake Jackson
KXTX, Dallas KNWS-LP, Brownsville KSTR, Irving KEUS-LD, San Angelo KTBU, Conroe
KTLM, Rio Grande City KTFN, El Paso KWEX, San Antonio KETK-DT2, Jacksonville
KEYE-DT2, Austin KFTH, Alvin KXLN, Rosenberg KZJL, Houston
KTMD, Galveston KNVO, McAllen KVUE-DT2, Austin
K47DF-D, Corpus Christi KBZO-LD, Lubbock KMBH, Harlingen
KVDA, San Antonio KAKW, Killeen

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