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Wqha

WQHA
Aguada / Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
Branding OptimaVision
Channels Digital: 50 (UHF)
Subchannels 50.1 OptimaTV
50.2 Pura Palabra
50.3 Optima2
50.4 WNVM Audio
Affiliations Religious
Owner New Life Broadcasting
(Western New Life, Inc.)
Founded 1990
First air date April 19, 1993
Sister station(s) WNVM
WZNA
WNVE
Former channel number(s) 50 (1993-2009, analog)
Former affiliations Satellite of WUJA (1993-2014)
Transmitter power 44 kW
Facility ID 3255
Transmitter coordinates
WVTE-LD
Guaynabo / San Juan, Puerto Rico
Branding OptimaVision
Channels Digital: 3 (VHF)
Subchannels 3.1 OptimaTV
3.2 Optima2
Affiliations Religious
Owner New Life Broadcasting
(Juan Carlos Matos Barreto)
Founded May 17, 2011
First air date April 1, 2014
Sister station(s) WQHA
WNVM
WZNA
WNVE
Former callsigns W40DE-D (2011-2012)
W03BS-D (2012-2013)
Former channel number(s) 40 (2011-2012)
Transmitter power 2.7 kW
Facility ID 182895
Transmitter coordinates
W06DA-D
(satellite of WQHA)
Aguada / Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
Branding OptimaVision
Channels Digital: 6 (VHF)
Subchannels 6.1 OptimaTV
6.2 Optima2
Affiliations Religious
Owner New Life Broadcasting
(Juan Carlos Matos Barreto)
Founded December 18, 2012
Sister station(s) WQHA
WNVM
WZNA
WNVE
Transmitter power 3 kW
Facility ID 188724
Transmitter coordinates
WNTE-LD
Mayaguez / Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
Branding Encanto TV (general)
OptimaVision (on DT2)
Channels Digital: 36 (UHF)
Subchannels 36.1 Independent
36.2 OptimaTV
Affiliations TeleSUR (on DT1)
Religious (on DT2)
Owner Make TV Corporation
(Ramon A. Hernandez)
Founded February 22, 2011
First air date November 14, 2013
Sister station(s) WVDO-LD
WQHA
WNVM
WZNA
WNVE
Former callsigns W36EE-D (2011-2013)
Transmitter power 15 kW
Facility ID 185272
Transmitter coordinates
Website www.encantotv.com

WQHA is a Spanish-language religious television station in Aguada, Puerto Rico, broadcasting locally on channel 50, branded as OptimaVision. Founded in 1993, the station is owned by New Life Broadcasting; the owners of radio stations WNVM, WZNA & WNVE. The Licensee is Western New Life, Inc.

Contents

  • OptimaVision Network 1
  • Digital television 2
  • About OptimaVision 3
  • External links 4

OptimaVision Network

WQHA is the flagship station of the OptimaVision Network, it is simulcasting on Low-power television stations, WVTE-LD, channel 3.1 in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, W06DA-D channel 6.1 in Aguada, Puerto Rico Bstations are owned by New Life Broadcasting's president, Juan Carlos Matos Barreto,

Digital television

WQHA's digital signal is multiplexed:

Channel Video Aspect PSIP short name Programming
50.1 480i 4:3 WQHA-D1 Main WQHA programming / OptimaVision
50.2 WQHA-D2 Pura Palabra Television / WUJA
50.3 WQHA-D3 OptimaVision 2
50.4 WQHA-D4 Nueva Vida 97.7

On January 13, 2009, WQHA signed off its analog signal and completed its move to digital.

WVTE-LD's digital signal is multiplexed:

Channel Video Aspect PSIP short name Programming
3.1 480i 4:3 WVTE-D1 Main WVTE-LD programming / OptimaVision
3.2 WVTE-D2 OptimaVision 2

W06DA-D's digital signal is multiplexed:

Channel Video Aspect PSIP short name Programming
6.1 480i 4:3 W06DA-D Main W06DA-D programming / OptimaVision
6.2 Optima2 OptimaVision 2

WNTE-LD's digital signal is multiplexed:

Channel Video Aspect PSIP short name Programming

About OptimaVision

OptimaVision starts as a video-streaming service. On November 14, 2013, OptimaVision launched WVTE-LD Channel 3 followed on March 24, 2014. WQHA Channel 50 (formerly a repeater for WUJA) was sold for $29 milllon to Western New Life, Inc. on May 2, 2014, and became the third channel in the network. NCN Television moved its programming to digital subchannel 50.2.

External links

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