Azteca America Signs Affiliate Agreement With KDKJ

What: Azteca America has signed an affiliate agreement with KDKJ, to be broadcast on channel 27.2 in Tyler/Longview, Texas.
Why it matters: The station will carry Azteca America’s programming, including news, entertainment, novelas and sports programming, as well as the network’s popular “Viernes Futbolero” franchise.

ynTO_n8V_400x400As part of the network’s commitment to servicing the U.S. Hispanic audience, Azteca America has announced  that it has signed an affiliate agreement with KDKJ, to be broadcast on channel 27.2 in Tyler/Longview, Texas.

The station will carry Azteca America’s programming, including news, entertainment, novelas and sports programming, as well as the network’s popular “Viernes Futbolero” franchise. This new addition expands Azteca America's network to 64 stations, 27 of which are operated by Azteca America.

“We welcome KDKJ to the Azteca family and look forward to working with DTV America to deliver first rate service and quality programming to the Hispanic community in the Tyler/Longview Texas area,” said Martin Breidsprecher, Azteca America, Chief Operating Officer.

Irwin Podhajser, SVP Broadcast Operations for DTV America added,  “We are excited to add Azteca America to our programming line-up for Tyler/Lufkin. It is about giving the local Hispanic community a voice, not just another channel.  In fact we are the only television station in the market that is making Spanish-language programming our top priority.”


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