KVEO-TV


KVEO-TV
KVEO-TV
Newscenter23logo.jpg
Brownsville/Harlingen/McAllen, Texas
Branding NewsCenter 23
Slogan The Valley's New Choice for News
Channels Digital: 24 (UHF)
Virtual: 23 (PSIP)
Subchannels 23.1 NBC
23.2 Estrella TV
Affiliations NBC
Owner Communications Corporation of America
(Comcorp of Texas License Corporation)
First air date December 1981[1]
Call letters' meaning KVEO comes from "que veo", Spanish for "what I'm watching"
Former channel number(s) Analog:
23 (UHF, 1981-2009)
Transmitter power 1000 kW
Height 445 m
Facility ID 12523
Transmitter coordinates 26°6′2.7″N 97°50′19.4″W / 26.10075°N 97.838722°W / 26.10075; -97.838722
Website www.kveo.com

KVEO-TV is the NBC affiliate television station for Brownsville, Texas, and serves the entire surrounding metropolitan area, known as the Rio Grande Valley.

It broadcasts with a digital signal on UHF channel 24. It airs on Time Warner Cable systems as cable 8 in standard definition and 860 in high definition. It is operated out of its studio in Brownsville, located on US Highway 77. KVEO is also available on channel 23 in both standard definition and high definition on DirecTV and Dish Network .

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History

KVEO signed on in December 1981. Before then, the area had been one of the few in the country without a full-time NBC affiliate; the area's original NBC affiliate, Weslaco's KRGV-TV, had become a full-time ABC affiliate in 1976. In the interim, CBS affiliate KGBT-TV carried NBC programming on a secondary basis.

Newscasts

At the station's inception, KVEO had a news operation branded as Total 23 News but in a year or two, local news programming was dropped in favor of entertainment programming due to very low news ratings against the other area stations.

Local news returned to the station on October 1, 2007, under the NewsCenter 23 branding. The newscasts are produced in high definition, making KVEO the first station in the Rio Grande Valley to do so.

In January 2010, ComCorp announced that it would close KVEO's news department, other than a few reporters. The locally-produced newscast would now originate from a ComCorp-controlled station in El Paso, KDBC-TV, using its own staff, with the remaining reporters in Brownsville filing reports. The new newscast, which debuted January 18, 2010, is broadcast live from El Paso.[2][3]

Weather segment

Even before KVEO restarted its news operation, KVEO provided a weather segment at 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. weekday evenings with meteorologist Jason McCleave of WeatherVision. (A similar segment continues to air at 10 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday nights, as KVEO does not air weekend newscasts.) KVEO also broadcasts local forecast segments during Today.

KVEO offered NBC Weather Plus on 23-2 prior to NBC Universal's acquisition of The Weather Channel and subsequent termination of the Weather Plus service.

News team

Current on-air staff

Anchor

Reporters

  • Joangel Concepcion
  • Matt Fernandez
  • Na'tassia Finley
  • Joshua Navarro
  • Michelle Macias
  • Erin Murray
  • Matt Searcy


NewsCenter 23 Weather

  • Robert Bettes - (from KDBC-TV)

(KVEO's current newscast has no sports segment.)

News/station presentation

Newscast titles

  • Total 23 News (1980s)
  • NewsCenter 23 (2007–present)

Station slogans

  • 23's The Place (1982–1987)
  • Come Home to the Best, Only on KVEO-TV 23 (1988–1990, localized version of NBC ad campaign. There was also a Spanish version of the campaign made for KVEO since the Rio Grande Valley has a huge Mexican audience.)
  • Vuelva a casa al Mejor, Sólo en KVEO-TV 23 (1988–1990; Spanish version of NBC's 1988 campaign)
  • The Valley's New Choice for News (2007–present)
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Digital television

KVEO has been broadcasting a DTV signal since 2005.

Digital channels

Virtual
Channel
Physical
RF Channel
Video Aspect Programming
23.1 24.1 1080i 16:9 main KVEO programming / NBC HD
23.2 24.2 480i 4:3 Estrella TV

Like many other HD channels on the local Time Warner Cable system, KVEO-DT can be picked up on basic cable by connecting the cable directly into an HDTV with a built-in QAM tuner, channel 98.1

External links

References

  1. ^ The Broadcasting and Cable Yearbook says December 19, while the Television and Cable Factbook says December 18.
  2. ^ El Paso Times: "Ayoub and Bettes now in Brownsville ... sorta", January 14, 2010.
  3. ^ http://www.brownsvilleherald.com/articles/kveo-107500-paso-most.html

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