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KMYX
KMYX49

Location

Houston, Texas

Branding

Houston's CW49 (general)
Houston's CW49 News (newscasts)

Slogan

The Talk of Texas!

Channel(s)

Digital: 19 (UHF)
Virtual: 49 (PSIP)

subchannel(s)

49.1 CW-HD
49.2 Ha!

Affiliation

The CW (O&O)

First air date

October 21, 1980

Former call letters

KAIP (1980–1995)
KUPH (1995–2006)

Sister station(s)

KUCL
KHPA

Former Affiliation

Independent (1980–1993)
PTEN (1993–1995)
UPN (1995–2006)
MyNetworkTV (2006–2014)

Owner

CBS Television Stations

KMYX is a CW owned-and-operated station located in Houston, Texas. It broadcasts on Channel 49. Syndicated programming on KMYX includes: Family Guy, Crazy Talk, Roseanne, My Name Is Earl, Reba, and The Andy Griffith Show among others.

Station Slogans

  • Houston's Own Movie Station (1980-1986)
  • Houston's Best! (1986-1991)
  • We Light Up Your Life (1991-January 1995)
  • You're Watching UPN 49. The New United Paramount Network. (January-March 1995; localized version of UPN ad campaign)
  • You're Watching UPN 49. The United Paramount Network. (March 1995-1998; localized version of UPN ad campaign)
  • UPN 49, Entertainment with More Fun. (1996-1997, localized version of UPN ad campaign)
  • U. P, Nnnnnn 49! (1997-1998, localized version of UPN ad campaign)
  • You're Watching UPN 49. (1998-2000, localized version of UPN ad campaign)
  • This is UPN 49. (1999-2000, localized version of UPN ad campaign)
  • You're Watching.... U! P! N! UPN 49. (2000-2002, localized version of UPN ad campaign)
  • UPN 49, Extreme Television. (2001-2002, localized version of UPN ad campaign)
  • UPN 49, Turn It Up. (2002-2004, localized version of UPN ad campaign)
  • Get It On UPN 49 (2002-2006, localized version of UPN ad campaign)
  • UPN 49, Fun Entertainment. (2003-2004, localized version of UPN ad campaign)
  • UPN 49, It's Time For U. (2004-2006, localized version of UPN ad campaign)
  • UPN 49, U are what U watch. (2005-2006, localized version of UPN ad campaign)
  • Houston's CW49, Dare to Defy (2015-present; localized version of The CW ad campaign)

Logos


Television stations in Houston, TX
KRHT 1 (RDN)

KPON 2 (PBS)
KFJZ 3 (ABN)
KHTX 4 (HYPER)
KUH 5 (The National Television)
KBLB-DT 6 (PBC)
KTXH 7 (QTV)
KTXX 8 (DuMont)
KPHN-TV 9 (Ind)
KHWB-TV 10 (United Artists)
KAH-TV 11 (XYZ)
KHRK 12 (RKO)
KFLC 13 (Acme)
KHSN 14 (ITV)
KTBS 15 (TBS)
KVVV 16 (NBC)
KNNH 17 (IND)
KRDH 18 (ABC)
KHNO 19 (KTV)
KTHO 20 (DBC)
KXFH 21 (NTC)
KTNX 22 (TNT)
KAZR-TV 23 (Azara)
KNLNH 24 (New Line)
KESA-TV 26 (Ind)
KZNE 27 (UNI)
KHPT 28 (IND)
KPHT 29 (UPN)
KTRH 30 (QTV, Galveston-Pasadena)
KTXQ 32 (WB)
KGSH 33 (Global)
KTMH 35 (TMD)
KHTV 36 (MyTV)
KHKT 38 (KTTV)
KFRW 39 (Freemont)
KXHT 40 (UniMás)
KHSO 41 (UDC)
KYBQ 44 (MNTV, YesNet on DT2)
KXYE 46 (ABS America)
KGYA-DT 48 (Kohrumai Broadcasting Company)
KMYX 49 (CW)
KBXX 50 (Ion)
KHLA 51 (LATV)
KIHT 54 (FOX)
KVDA 55 (Mas Network)
KUCL 59 (CBS)
KTEX 61 (H&I)
KHNT 63 (SPN)
KHPA 64 (Paramount)
KOQF 67 (IMP)
KHRB-TV 69 (RBC)

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