KMIR discontinued its cable-centric "6" branding in December 2013, following the completion of Journal Communications' sale of the station to OTA Broadcasting.
This logo is based on the design originally used by KNTV in San Jose. On July 21, 2017, Spanish-language broadcaster Entravision Communications (minority owned by Univision Communications) announced to acquire KMIR and KPSE-LP for $21 million. The sale was completed on November 1, making both stations sister to KEVC-CD and KVER-CD.
1 The station is managed by Entravision, but it is owned by a Mexican company. 2 These stations are operated by Entravision, but they are owned by TelevisaUnivision. 3 XHAS license and transmitter owned by a Mexican company; Entravision wholly owns its San Diego repeater, KTCD-LP. 4 National spot radio advertising representative specializing in Spanish-language stations; co-owned with Lotus Communications Corporation. 5 Owned by Calipatria Broadcasting Company, LLC, but managed by Entravision under a Joint Sales Agreement 6 Owned by Seal Rock Broadcasters, but operated by Entravision. 7 Owned by Entravision and operated by El Sembrador Ministries.