Laredo, Texas


TV Stations



We found 7 TV stations broadcasting 28 digital TV channels in the Laredo, Texas, area, including local CBS, NBC, ABC, FOX, and CW affiliates.

KXOF Fox Laredo Laredo, TX
CH 31UHF1.3 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • FOX31.1
  • Grit31.2
  • Laff31.3
KGNS  Laredo, TX
CH 8VHF14.8 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • NBC8.1
  • ABC8.2
  • Telemundo8.3
  • Ion8.4
  • True Crime Network8.5
  • Defy TV8.6
KETF UniMas Laredo Laredo, TX
CH 39UHF1.3 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • UniMas39.1
  • Comet39.2
  • Charge!39.3
KLDO Univision Laredo Laredo, TX
CH 27UHF12.3 miles awaySignal Level 2
  • Univision27.1
  • LATV27.2
  • TBD27.3
  • Stadium27.4
  • Court TV27.5
  • Majestad TV27.6
KYLX CBS 13 Laredo Laredo, TX
CH 13VHF14.8 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • CBS13.1
  • CW Plus13.2
  • Bounce TV13.3
  • True Crime Network13.4
KXNU Telemundo Laredo Laredo, TX
CH 10VHF14.8 miles awaySignal Level 1
  • Telemundo10.1
  • CBS10.2
KTLM Telemundo 40 Rio Grande City, TX
CH 40UHF86.5 miles awaySignal Level 3
  • Telemundo40.1
  • TeleXitos40.2
  • Cozi TV40.3
  • LX TV40.4

TV Stations in Laredo, Texas

Callsign Channel Network
KXOF 31 FOX +2
KETF 39 UniMas +2
KLDO 27 Univision +5
KYLX 13 CBS +3
KXNU 10 Telemundo +1
KTLM 40 Telemundo +3
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