Watch ABC KVIA 7 News Channel Live Stream El Paso, TX. KVIA News Channel Online Streaming from El Paso, Texas, United States. KVIA ABC 7 is a generalized television outlet situated in El Paso, Texas. It is duo authorized to CW Plus and ABC network. The station is acquired by News-Press and Gazette Co. belong to St. Joseph.
The work platforms of the station are situated on Rio Bravo St. in the northwest region of the city. The transmission instrument of the station is fixed on top of the Franklin Mountains. KVIA-TV also controls a tall spire in the downtown of the city which is the transmitter of KTSM-TV.
KVIA-TV was established and its first-ever transmission was carried in 1956 under the brand name of KILT-TV. Initially, at that time, it was acquired by Gordon McLendon who was associated with the radio and television industry. It became 3rd television outlet to be broadcasted in the market. KVIA-TV started carrying programming of network CW Plus in high resolution on its second digital subordinate channel 7.2 in 2017.
ABC KVIA-TV also started carrying the transmission of a network named Ion Television over its third digital subsidiary channel 7.3 in 2018. KVIA-TV carries most of the programming of ABC network and now it also airs some off-network syndicated entertainment shows. NBC KTSM News Channel 9 El Paso.
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KVIA ABC 7 airs news feed transmission of approx. 37 hours regionally covered every week with almost 6 hours of news per weekdays and 3 hours of news coverage every weekend day. KVIA News Channel also shared some operations with XEPM-TDT which belongs to the Mexico border area under mutual services accord. KVIA ABC 7 launched a second digital subsidiary channel 7.2 which airs the programming of a network named The CW.
The third digital subordinate channel 7.3 broadcasts the weather news and reports authorized to the weather NOAA network. After some time, it was unhanded and Ion Television took its place. The fourth subchannel 7.4 airs the programming of the network Azteca America. It became the first television outlet in the market to carry programs in the Spanish language too.