KUDF-LP is a low-power television station in Tucson, Arizona, broadcasting on local digital UHF channel 14. Founded in 1989, it owned by Una Vez Mas Holdings, LLC. It is an affiliate of Azteca América, which is a broadcast television network marketed toward Spanish-speaking families residing in the United States, using the programming from Mexican broadcaster TV Azteca. In August 1990, Hispanic Broadcasters of Tucson, Inc. bought the station and broadcast under the call letters KFAM with a family-oriented format, with such shows as "The 700 Club," kids shows, other religious shows, sports specials, and pet shows. In April 1996, it relaunched under the call letters KQBN-LP, showing news from Telenoticias (now Telemundo) in the day, uncut Spanish-language movies in the evening, and novelas at other times. Hispanic Broadcasters of Tucson sold the station to Television Apogeo de Tucson in 1998. By 2002, the station was broadcasting programming from Telemax, rebroadcasting XEWH-TV in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. In 2004, Una Vez Mas bought the station and changed the call sign to KUDF-LP. the station went silent until November 2005, when it began broadcasting Azteca America programming.
|Address||2919 E Broadway Blvd Suite 303|
|Phone||+1 520 398 7922|