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VasalloVision Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VasalloVision

VasalloVision
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CountryUnited States
Programming
Language(s)Spanish
Ownership
Key peopleCarlos Vasallo, president and CEO
History
LaunchedOctober 22, 2009
FounderCarlos Vasallo and Miguel Banojian
ClosedAugust 13, 2012
(2 years, 296 days)
Replaced byMundoFox (de facto)
Links
Websitevasallovision.tv

VasalloVision was a small Spanish-language television network in the United States that catered to the Mexican audience. Most of its schedule consisted of films, lucha libre, and children's programming. The network was made up of four stations, mostly in the western part of the country.

All its affiliates would affiliate with MundoMax upon its launch on August 13, 2012, and the network wound down operations on that same date.

Former affiliates[edit]

City Station Channel Owner Comment
Del Rio/San Antonio, Texas KYVV-TV
10.1
SATV 10, LLC Current Grit affiliate
Aurora/Denver, Colorado KQDK-CA
(satellite of KQCK, Cheyenne, WY)
39
Fusion Communications Sold to Christian Television Network
Cheyenne, Wyoming/Denver, Colorado KQCK
33.1
Baytown/Houston, Texas KAZH
57.1
Titan Broadcast Group First station to carry VasalloVision programming.
Now KUBE-TV, a ShopHQ affiliate owned by WRNN Associates.
Laughlin/Las Vegas, Nevada KMCC
32.1
Beam Tilt, LLC Now owned by Ion Media and carrying Ion Television.
Louisville, Kentucky WBKI-TV
34.2
Fusion Communications Dropped in August 2012 after ownership switch; station taken off air in 2017 in FCC spectrum auction.

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