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Not to be confused with real life KUBE-TV, the real life independent station in Houston, Texas.

KUBE (pronounced as "cube")  is the ABN affiliate that serves the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro broadcast area broadcasting on digital UHF channel 7. On May 12, 2016, Liberty City based Berfield/Willis Broadcast Corporation acquired KUBE along with Denton based KDLN from ABN Domestic Television Corporation and Champion Digital Broadcasting.

Logo History


Television Stations in the Dallas/Fort Worth/Denton, TX area
KDICD 1 (FOX)

KTAK 2 (NBC)
K03CG-CA 3 (IND)
KAWA 4 (IND)
KEIT 5 (CBS)
KDLN 6 (ABN, Denton)
KUBE 7 (ABN)
KDTX 8 (Acme)
KRKD 9 (RKO)
KDTI 10 (ABC-TV, Denton)
KIWD 11 (MNTV)
KDFD 12 (Ion)
KDLA 13 (ABC)
KFDD 14 (DBC)
KDDD 15 (UBN)
KFWD 16 (ABS)
KGLM-TV 17 (RBC)
KBUR 18 (WIN)
KDFW 19 (JFN)
KQTP 20 (YesNet)
KFWT 21 (DuMont)
KSIJ 22 (ITV, Denton)
KNLND 23 (New Line)
KRIN 24 (CW)
KTDF 25 (KTTV)
KRDD 27 (RDN)
KWWJ 28 (IND)
KXFW 30 (UniMás)
KTXZ 31 (PBS)
KDFU 33 (UDC)
KQRC 35 (TEL)
KTJN 36 (IMP)
KXBL 38 (WBTV)
KWBD 39 (WB)
KDET 40 (WBTV, Denton)
KQOR 40 (ITV)
KDAX 42 (TBS)
KFDP 44 (UPN)
KMIN 45 (CBC)
KTFW 47 (TNT)
KGYM-DT 48 (Kohrumai Broadcasting Company)
KILJ 49 (AMC)
KUND 50 (UNI)
KTXP 53 (Paramount)
KCDY 61 (Rede Globo)
KCLG 63 (Global)

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