Venture Technologies Group

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Venture Technologies Group, LLC is a television broadcasting company based in Los Angeles, California.

Stations Owned

City of license / Market Station Channel
Owned since Network affiliation
Bakersfield KEBK-LD 27 (27) Religious Independent
(satellite of KEBK-LD)
41 Religious Independent
Banning / Los Angeles KRVD-LD 6 (5) unknown
Bishop - Los Angeles KVME-TV 20 (20) 2007 Heroes & Icons
Cherry Valley - Los Angeles KILA-LP 8 unknown
San Jose - San Francisco KSCZ-LD 23 Vietnamese independent, VIETV
Los Angeles KHTV-CD 27 (27) Spanish independent
KSFV-CD 6 (22) HSN
Redding - Chico KEFM-LP 6 Radio Vida Abundante
San Jose - San Francisco KBKF-LP 6 K-LOVE
Hartford WHCT-LD 38 (38) Azteca
Chicago WRME-LP 1 6 Oldies radio
Rochelle - Chicago WCHU-LD 61 (33) Azteca
South Sioux City, NE - Sioux City, IA KSXC-LD 5 (26) Daystar
Newburgh WEPT-CD 15 (22) AMGTV
Pittsburgh WBPA-LP
(satellite of WPCW)
30 The CW
Lubbock KFIQ-LP 4 unknown
KFMP-LP 6 Rock and roll radio
Bellingham - Seattle KBCB 24 (19) SonLife

Stations owned through Four Seasons Broadcasting

Four Seasons Broadcasting is a joint venture between Venture Technologies Group, LLC and Cleveland, Ohio-based Malibu Broadcasting.

City of license / Market Station Channel
Owned Since Network Affiliation
Peoria, Illinois WAOE 59 (39) MyNetworkTV

Formerly-owned Stations

City of License / Market Station Channel
Years owned Current ownership status
Phoenix KPHX-LP 58 1992–2002 Daystar owned-and-operated (O&O), KDTP-LP
Tucson KWTA-LP 31 1997–2012 defunct
Los Angeles KNLA-CD 20 (50) ????–2012 HSN affiliate owned by NRJ TV, LLC
KNET-CD 25 (25) ????–2012 HSN affiliate owned by NRJ TV, LLC
KVHD-LD 26 (26) ????–2017 EVINE Live affiliate owned by New York Spectrum Holding Company, LLC
Redding - Chico KNNN-LD 6 2003–2017 Hella Radio now owned by Hella Meada Group LLC of Redding
San Jose KEXT-CD 27 (20) 2014–2017 1 defunct, went off-air in 2017
Davenport WBQD-LP 26 2002–2013 2 defunct, went off-air in 2011
Pittsfield, MA - Albany, NY WNYA 51 (13) 2003–2013 MyNetworkTV affiliate owned by Hubbard Broadcasting
Lansing WHTV 18 (34) 3 defunct, went off-air in 2017
New York WASA-LD 24 (25) 2003–2009 Estrella TV affiliate owned by Liberman Broadcasting
Syracuse WAWA-LP 14 2000–2003 2 The CW affiliate, WSTQ-LP, owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group
Toledo WBTL-LP 38 1990–2009 defunct, went off-air in 2008
  • 1 On April 13, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that Venture Technologies' KEXT-CD was a successful bidder in the spectrum auction; the station would be surrendering its license in exchange for $55,351,366, 30% of which would be owed to the station's previous owner (Univision Communications) due to the terms of that transaction.[1] Venture Technologies surrendered KEXT-CD's license to the FCC for cancellation on July 31, 2017.
  • 2 These stations were owned through Four Seasons Broadcasting.
  • 3 This station was operated by E. W. Scripps Company under a local marketing agreement.


  1. ^ FCC Broadcast Television Spectrum Incentive Auction — Auction 1001 Winning Bids

External links

  • Official website

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