Originally as a repeater station of New York City's WXTV-DT. It was transmitted on channel 28, but displays as Univision 42.
TV stations in the Delaware Valley, including Philadelphia, Northern Delaware, South Jersey and the Lehigh Valley
|United States Spanish-language broadcast networks: Univision (HD) | UniMás (HD)|
United States Spanish-language cable networks: Galavisión (HD) | TUDN | Univision tlnovelas
Uforia Audio Network: KAMA-FM | KBBT | KBRG | KBTQ | KDXX | KESS-FM | KFLC | KFZO | KGBT | KGBT-FM | KHOT-FM | KHOV-FM | KISF | KLAT | KLJA | KLLE | KLNO | KLNV | KLQB | KLQV | KLSQ | KLTN | KLVE | KMYO | KOMR | KOND | KOVE-FM | KQBU-FM | KQMR | KRCD | KRCV | KRDA | KRGT | KROM | KSCA | KSOL | KSQL | KTNQ | KVBH | KVVF | KVVZ | KXTN | WADO | WAMR-FM | WAQI | WKAQ | WKAQ-FM | WOJO | WPPN | WQBA | WQBU-FM | WRTO | WRTO-FM | WUKQ | WUKQ-FM | WVIV-FM | WXNY-FM | WYEL
Proposed cable network: Univision Noticias
1Univision owns these station licenses, however they are operated by Entravision Communications under local marketing agreements.