Nuestra Visión

Spanish-language television network in the United States

Nuestra Visión (translation: Our Vision) is an American Spanish language free-to-air television network. It is owned by Publicidad y Contenido Editorial S.A. de C.V. a subsidiary of América Móvil.[1] The network was launched on November 21, 2017. It is available in select markets across the United States.

Nuestra Visión
TypeTelevision network
BrandingNuestra Visión
AvailabilityDirectv: 472 or In selected markets
Dish: 813-09
FoundedJanuary 17, 2017; 6 years ago (2017-01-17)
by Carlos Slim
HeadquartersMiami, Florida
Broadcast area
(via digital terrestrial television in some markets)
OwnerPublicidad y Contenido Editorial S.A. de C.V.
(América Móvil)
Key people
Victor Herrera
(CEO of Nuestra Visión)
Stephano Herrera
Launch date
November 21, 2017; 5 years ago (2017-11-21)
Picture format
1080i (HDTV)
480i (SDTV)
Official website

The network features Mexican movies from the golden era of Mexican movies to recent productions.[1] Programming also includes live sporting events as well as special events, such as concerts, interviews with top-tier celebrities, series and music clips. It also airs daily newscasts and sportscasts produced live through companies owned by América Móvil, UNO TV and Claro Sports.[1]

Programming Edit

Talk/lifestyle/reality shows Edit

  • Aprende:
  • Dress Code
  • El Libro Rojo
  • La Caja de Pandora
  • Noctámbulos, Historias De Una Noche
  • Palabra de Cine

News programming Edit

  • Marca Claro Radio en Vivo
  • Noticias en Vivo Gabriela Calzada
  • Noticias en Vivo José Cárdenas

Scripted programming Edit

  • El Torito
  • ¡Yo Soy Yo!: Dar El Primer Paso

Music programming Edit

  • Domingo estelar

Children programming Edit

Sports programming Edit

Sports talk
  • Deportes en Claro
  • Deportes en Claro Matutino
  • Game Plan LFA
  • Jugando Claro en Vivo
  • Vidas extraordinarias
Sporting events

Affiliates Edit

Nuestra Visión is available over the air. At launch on November 21, 2017, it had just five affiliate stations, it now has eleven.[1][2] As of September 2019, it is available in 4.2 million homes across the United States.[1]

List of affiliates Edit

City Station[3] Virtual
Owner Notes

Arizona Edit

Phoenix KDVD-LD 50.1 Globe LPTV

California Edit

Fresno KJEO-LD 32.1 Cocola Broadcasting
Los Angeles KSKJ-CD 45.4 HC2 Holdings
San Diego KSDY-LD 50.1 International Communications Network Inc.

Florida Edit

Orlando W21AU-D 21.1 Central Broadcast Company

Idaho Edit

Boise KZAK-LD 49.1 Cocola Broadcasting

Missouri Edit

Springfield KRFT-LD 8.6 Craft Broadcasting

Nevada Edit

Pahrump KPVM-LP 25.9 Vernon Van Winkle

Ohio Edit

Columbus WCSN-LD 32.4 Columbus TV, LLC

Puerto Rico Edit

Ceiba W18DZ-D 35.1 TV Red Puerto Rico

Tennessee Edit

Nashville WLLC-LD 42.5 JKB Associates, Inc.

Texas Edit

Houston KBPX-LD 46.1 Word Broadcasting Network
McAllen KSOY-LD 69.1 Eduardo S. Gallegos
Odessa KWWT 30.5 JB Broadcasting

Utah Edit

Salt Lake City K39JS-D 39.1 Azteca Broadcasting Corporation

Washington Edit

Yakima KWYT-LD 36.2 Ron Bevins

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 "Billionaire Carlos Slim To Launch U.S. TV Channel 'For Mexicans By Mexicans'". Retrieved 2019-09-25.
  2. "RabbitEars.Info". RabbitEars.Info. Retrieved 2019-09-25.
  3. "Cobertura - Nuestra Vision". Retrieved 2019-09-25.

Other websites Edit