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KWIN
KWIN Logo

Location

Los Angeles, CA

Branding

WIN Television Los Angeles
WIN Channel 24
WIN News Los Angeles

Slogan

Entertaining Los Angeles and all of Southern California

Channel(s)

Analog: 24 (UHF)
Digital: 25 (UHF)

subchannel(s)

24.1 KWIN-WIN Television

Affiliation

WIN Television

First air date

December 5, 1972

Former call letters

KLAG (1972-1986)

Former channel number

none

Former Affiliation

Independent (1972-1986)

Owner:

Krueger Broadcasting

KWIN is the WIN Network affiliate that serves the Los Angeles, CA area. It broadcasts on channel 24. KWIN is the West coast flagship station. In the few areas of the western United States where a WIN Television station is not receivable over-the-air, KWIN is available on satellite television through DirecTV. The station is owned by Krueger Broadcasting.
Television stations in Southern California,
including Los Angeles, Orange County,
and portions of the Inland Empire
KIMP 2 (IMP)

KITV 3 (ITV)
KWTK 4 (KTV)
KLAC 5 (IND, ABN secondary)
KRKO 6 (RKO)
KFOD 7 (Food Network)
KCBS 8 (CBS)
KQLA 9 (QTV)
KMLP 10 (RDN)
KSCL 11 (The WB)
KSHO 12 (SHO)
KSC 13 (Ind)
KLCB 14 (Acme)
KLAN 15 (ABC)
KUBC 16 (UBN)
KUVO 17 (FOX)
KCLA 19 (ABN)
KVST 20 (PBS)
KLOA-TV 21 (Azara)
KTLA 22 (KTTV)
KNLNL 23 (New Line)
KWIN 24 (WIN)
KVJZ 25 (CW)
KUMX 26 (UNI)
KSCF 27 (UDC)
KNBC 29 (NBC)
KBWT 31 (WBTV)
KSBN 32 (SBN)
KRBC-TV 33 (RBC)
KGLB 35 (Global)
KLAX 39 (ABS America)
KTBA 41 (TBS)
KCLR 42 (CRBD)
KGIH 43 (TMD)
KEDF 44 (YesNet)
KLAD 45 (DBC)
KPLA 56 (UPN)
KRLT 59 (RLT)
KPAR 61 (Paramount)
KTNC 66 (TNT)
KMGB 67 (MGM)

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