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W21au

W21AU-D
Orlando, Florida
City of license Orlando, Florida
Branding Mundo Fox Orlando
Slogan Américano como tú
Channels Digital: 21 (UHF)
Subchannels 21.1 Mundo Fox
21.2 TeLe-Romántica
Affiliations MundoFox
Owner Central Broadcast Company
First air date June 23, 1989 (1989-06-23)
Former callsigns W21AU (1989-2013)
Former channel number(s) 21 (analog, 1989-2011)
Former affiliations Spanish Independent (1989-2008)
Azteca América (2008-2013)
Transmitter power 11.43 kW (digital)
Height 161 m (528 ft) (digital)
Facility ID 1439357
Transmitter coordinates
Website http://www.mundofoxorlando.tv/

W21AU-D Channel 21.1 is a digital low power translator station licensed to Orlando, Florida and serves the Orlando-Daytona Beach-Melbourne, Florida broadcast market. It first signed on June 23, 1989 and was previously an affiliate of the Azteca América Spanish language network, however in January 2012 News Corporation announced that it will launch its own Spanish language station called MundoFox a joint venture of Newscorp's Fox International Channels and Colombia's RCN TV with Channel 21 in Orlando as one of its charter affiliates. Currently Channel 21 is available over the air in Orlando proper and on DirecTV and Dish Network. It is however not currently available on Central Florida's dominate cable operator Bright House Networks or smaller franchise cable systems Comcast and Cox. The station also broadcasts TeLe-Romántica on subchannel 21.2.

External links

  • Official site
  • Query the FCC's TV station database for W21AU
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