KJLA TV 57 is a Costa de Oro Media, LLC station that broadcasts on UHF digital Ch 51 and has affiliation with Azteca América. Ventura licensed station first signed on air on Oct 1, 1990 and has studios on Corinth Avenue in West Los Angeles while its transmitter is marinated at Mt. Wilson. Walter Ulloa has the direct ownership of the Azteca 57 through the company while his brother Ronal Ulloa owns KXLA and KVMD operating in Rancho Palos Verdes and Twentynine Palms respectively. The low power relay broadcasters operated by KJLA-TV include San Luis Obispo-based KFUL-LD and Santa Maria-based KLFA-LD. Apart from carrying Spanish language content, the channel also hosts Mandarin and Vietnamese programming on separate digital sub-stations.
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Established in Oct 1990 as KSTV-TV, it was the second attempt to launch a television service in the area of Ventura, the first one being KKOG which operated on channel from Dec 1986 to Sep 1969 and broadcasted live local programming for its audiences. KSTV was owned by Costa de Oro Television Inc. and would air content in Spanish as a Galavisión affiliate. It would also operate an LP translator in Santa Maria.
Walter Ulloa in 1994 acquired Costa de Oro Television and KSTV and unrevealed his plans to supplement the transmitting power of the station and increase the reach of the signal to Los Angeles Area. However, KSTV couldn’t get the opportunity to operate in Los Angeles due to the FCC rules that placed it within the Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-San Luis Obispo market. Unable to run on through cable in LA market. KSTV decided to switch to an English language format and got associated with WB in Santa Barbara.
Nevertheless, the efforts to break into Los Angeles never stopped and KSTV by Feb 1998 was able to enter the Western Los Angeles County after increasing its ERP to 5,000 Kw. However, the channel had to end its affiliation with WB as the Los Angeles area already had a WB-affiliate: KTLA: Ch 5. By the spring of 1998, the studios facilities were moved from Ventura to West Los Angeles. It changed its calls to KJLA on July 20, 1998; the ‘LA’ in letters identified its affinity with LA market. July 20 was also the date when it officially became the independent station to start carrying financial and business news. It was branded as Business News 22 and rebranded BizNews 1 later. Its Spanish programming block was branded as LATV in 2001 and changed its identity form a programming block into a national network in April 2007. On Jan 3, 2018, KJLA TV 57 announced that was affiliating with Azteca América and replaced KAZA in the as the Azteca affiliate in the market. It started carrying Spanish network’s programming, religious content: ‘Cambia Tu Vida’ and others. However, the program was removed from lineups and the programming was rescheduled on March 19, 2018.
KJLA TV 57 affiliated with American-Spanish network broadcasts a variety of programming in Spanish, English, Mandarin and Vietnamese. The multi-ethnic content that reaches to over 2.8m cable households and 2m DBS satellite subscribers includes News, general entertainment, religious, health, educational and kids programming. Here are some of the programs:
|Al extreme en 30||Profugas del destino||Al Extremo Clasico||Vantaneando America|
|Pobre diabla||Las Malcriadas||Thanh Thao Show||Hoang Thanh Long Ho Dau|
|Problemas y soluciones||Afternoon News||Viet Pho||KVLA TV|
|Talk Show||Venga la alegria||Ky Duyen House||Viet Global Mall TV|
|Nhac Chon Loc||The Gioi Hom Nay||Zhong Want TV||Dificil de creer|
|VBS TV||Trong Thang Show||Diem Bao||Escape perfecto|
|Hechos AM||The goi dong vat||Nhung Manh Doi||Saigon Entertainment Television|
|VNA||Morning News||Todo un show||–|
|Bim Bip Keu Chieu||A cada quien su santo||Vuc Tham Tinh Yeu||–|
|VStar||Saigon TV||Diamond King||–|
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