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May 1, 2001 | DANA CALVO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A small television network that found success by finely parsing foreign-language television markets--like a channel in Seattle that splits its programming between German- and Chinese-language shows--is sending out a new signal from the top of Mt. Wilson. On Monday, Venture Technologies Group launched KSFV-TV (Channel 26 and only available in Southern California), a 24-hour, Spanish-language television station that may be the first geared toward the estimated 1.
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May 1, 2001 | DANA CALVO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A small television network that found success by finely parsing foreign-language television markets--like a channel in Seattle that splits its programming between German- and Chinese-language shows--is sending out a new signal from the top of Mt. Wilson. On Monday, Venture Technologies Group launched KSFV-TV (Channel 26 and only available in Southern California), a 24-hour, Spanish-language television station that may be the first geared toward the estimated 1.
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August 18, 1992
The first television station in the San Fernando Valley to feature local, national and international news debuted last week on UHF channel 24. KSFV in Calabasas, or World Television, features foreign-language news, 24 hours a day, from more than 46 countries. The station, owned by Venture Technologies Group Inc., will have a potential audience of 1.3 million viewers in the Valley area.
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September 1, 1992 | DON LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Programmers of KSFV, a new San Fernando Valley television station, call themselves the foreign-language version of CNN, the 24-hour Cable News Network. Analysts describe KSFV as novel and timely, but also highly risky. KSFV debuted last month on UHF Channel 24. Owned by Venture Technologies Group in Calabasas, KSFV features foreign-language news, 24 hours a day, from more than 45 countries.
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