KTFD-TV branded as UniMás Denver is a Spanish language digital news station owned by Entravision Communications serving Denver, CO. The owner of the service also operates Boulder-based KCEC: Ch 14 under an LMA signed with Univision Local Media, a subsidiary of Univision Communications. The two sisters are located on Mile High Stadium West Circle in Denver; the transmitter of the channel is installed on Lookout Mountain near Golden.
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Established by Roberts Broadcasting, the channel launched as KTVJ on Feb 22, 1996 and on its onset was a non-affiliated service. It was sold to Univision Communications in Jan 2003. Under the new ownership, two months later the call letters were changed to KTFD-TV on March 10, 2003. The digital transition in June 2009 saw the replacement of suffix TV with DT. Under Univision it became the secondary affiliate of TeleFutura during that time.
It was previously rebroadcasted by a low power transmitter KDVT-LP in Denver; the translator was owned by Entravision Communications and never saw the digital conversion to eventually got shut down on Sep 13, 2017. Under the Channel swap agreement between Univision and Entravision Communications on Dec 4, 2017, it moved to digital CH 26 and Virtual CH 50. The station formally switched to digital Ch 28 as a part of Federal Communications Commission spectrum auction repack on Jan 9, 2019,
You can watch the Spanish language news and entertainment service online. Here is the website: www.somosnoticiascolorado.com/unimas