América CV Network was a Spanish television network in the United States. The network launched in 2007 with owned and operated stations in New York City, Chicago, Miami, and San Juan until November 2009. The network and owned and operated stations was bought through a joint ownership between Sherjan Broadcasting, owner of WJAN-CD as the majority owner and Mediaset through its Spanish broadcasting firm Mediaset España Comunicación became the minority owner. Both broadcasting companies added their additional programming content to the network's existing programming. The network was dissolved on July 31, 2012 in preparation for the launch of new Spanish network MundoFox. All CV Network affiliates will become MundoFox affiliates when the network launches on August 13.
48.1 Miami, FL WJPX 24.1 San Juan, PR WOCK-CD 13.1 Chicago, IL América CV Network O O stations WFUN-LD 48.2 (Miami / Ft ... Knowledge Premium Disney Channel Premium4 Disney Junior Premium Cartoon Network Premium Premium Calcio 1-8 Premium Moto GP HD Premium Cinema HD Premium ... España Comunicación Broadcast television networks in the United States English-language broadcast television networks in the United States Major ABC CBS NBC Fox The CW ...
... WOCK was an affiliate of The Box until that network's acquisition by Viacom in 2001, resulting in The Box being merged into MTV2 ... It switched to Azteca América in 2006, and then to CV Network in late 2008 ... After the transition, WOCK was running the CV Network programming previously seen on the analog signal on virtual channel 13.1, and Korean language programming, simulcast from co-owned WOCH-CA, on virtual channel 13.2 ...
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