KUTU-CA

Infobox_Broadcast
call_letters = KUTU-CA
city = Tulsa
station_
station_slogan =
station_branding =
analog = 25 (UHF)
digital =
other_chs =
affiliations = Univision
founded = December 30, 1994
location = Tulsa, Oklahoma
former_callsigns = K25FF (1994-1996) KLOT-LP (1996-2005)
owner = Equity Broadcasting
"(sale to Luken Communications pending)"
licensee = Woodward Broadcasting, Inc.
former_affiliations = (Possibly) Independent
effective_radiated_power = 5.06 kW Analog 25 kW Analog CP
HAAT =
class = Class A Television Station (-CA)
facility_id = 31369
homepage =

KUTU-CA is a low-power "Class-A" broadcast television station in Tulsa, Oklahoma. KUTU is an affiliate of the Univision Spanish-language television network.

Technical Information

This station operates on UHF channel 25 with an effective radiated power of 5.06 kilowatts -- but has filed a construction permit to move to channel 45 and at the same time, expand broadcast power to about 25 kilowatts. KUTU is owned and operated by Equity Broadcasting of Little Rock, Arkansas with the name "Woodward Broadcasting, Inc." bared as the station's licensee.

History

KUTU was founded on December 30, 1994 as very low-power K25FF. However the call letters were never used on-air. The station was finally granted a license sometime in 1996 under the call letters KLOT-LP. Then finally, the station was sold to Equity Broadcasting and was handed the Univision affiliation on March 1, 2005. Upon such changes, the station was given its current call letters KUTU-CA.

On June 25, 2008, Equity disclosed that it was selling KUTU to Luken Communications, LLC.cite news |first=Robert |last=Marich |title=Equity Media Sells RTN to Ease Crunch |url=http://www.broadcastingcable.com/article/CA6573488.html |work=Broadcasting & Cable |date=2008-06-26 |accessdate=2008-06-28 ]

References

External links

* [http://www.univision.com Univision.com]
* [http://www.emdaholdings.com Equity Broadcasting]
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