Telemundo 51 En Vivo
Telemundo 51 En Vivo por internet gratis. WSCV Telemundo 51 is the Telemundo O&O that serves the Miami - Fort Lauderdale area and licensed to Fort Lauderdale. The transmitter is located in Miramar. The station also serves as the de facto Telemundo affiliate for the West Palm Beach market. The station is owned by NBCUniversal along with NBC O&O WTVJ channel 6. Its call letters, when pronounced in Spanish read "Doble-U Ese Se Ve" which means "That one is seen" in English. On March 5, 2008, WSCV became the first Spanish station in the state of Florida to begin transmission of their newscasts in high definition.
History: Channel 51 began operations on December 6, 1968 as WSMS-TV, under the ownership of Gold Coast Telecasting; it would go dark August 10, 1970.
Another company acquired the station in January 1972 and returned it to air February 14, 1972 as WKID-TV. The format was a part-English, part-Spanish format. It would later be acquired by an investment group headed by William F. Johns and Alvin Koenig in 1976, after WKID's previous owners went bankrupt.
During the late-1970s, WKID aired Spanish programming during the day and a slate of old English-language films and sitcoms during the overnight hours. With all other Miami-area stations off the air overnights, WKID's late-night programming was a cult hit among South Florida night owls. Dubbed The All Night Show, WKID's late-night block mixed films, TV series, music videos and old cartoons together, along with special guests. The "All Night Show" was hosted by Dave Dixon, an icon from that era of South Florida UHF television. It was said that WKID's All Night Show provided the inspiration for USA Network's similar late-night block, Night Flight.  During this era, cable systems that carried WCIX outside of the Miami market (especially Tampa Bay and Orlando) carried WKID late-nights, after WCIX signed off for the night.
WSCV - Description: WSCV Telemundo 51 is the Telemundo O&O that serves the Miami - Fort Lauderdale ... The station also serves as the de facto Telemundo affiliate for the West Palm Beach market. ... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ...
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