XETV originally signed on the air on April 29, 1953, as an English-language independent station licensed to Tijuana, serving the San Diego market.
Alternate version without the ABC logo.
XETV "See the Difference!" ident
XETV was the first Tijuana-licensed VHF station to join
Fox as one of the original charter affiliates on October 9, 1986.
"Fox Kids Club on XETV Fox Channel 6" (1991–92)
During this logo's run, XETV was transferred and integrated into
Alternate version with
San Diego 6 News logo (2008-2015)
60th anniversary logo (2013)
Channel 6.2 launched in Tijuana in 2012.
KSWB-TV picked up the Fox affiliation from XETV. That same year XETV would be rebranded to San Diego 6 and would announce an affiliation deal with The CW.
The CW 6 News logo (2015-March 31, 2017)
On May 31, 2017, XETV disaffiliated from The CW, sending the affiliation to the second digital subchannel of
KFMB-TV. This ended the station's 64-year run serving Tijuana and San Diego as an English language television station.
Canal 5* switched to XETV's primary channel following the station's shutdown in San Diego making XETV a Spanish language station.
XETV-TDT news opens
TV stations in the San Diego–Tijuana metropolitan area