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1980s Edit

XETV San Diego 1987 - New Broadcast Day00:43

XETV San Diego 1987 - New Broadcast Day

Sign-on Edit

You have a black picture. This is a 20-second test.

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Good morning. XETV Channel 6 welcomes you to the beginning of another broadcast day. We invite you to join us for a large variety of programming we hope you'll enjoy. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the new day with XETV, channel 6.

2000s (Fox-era) Edit

XETV San Diego FOX6 Sign-on 2007.0803:16

XETV San Diego FOX6 Sign-on 2007.08.20

(note: this was used for sign-on only; the following text was read in both English and Spanish)

You're watching XETV, Fox 6 San Diego. Our transmitter is located on Mount San Antonio, Baja California, serving San Diego and Tijuana. XETV channel 6 transmits on an assigned frequency from 82 to 88 Mhz, transmitting 100,000 watts of video power, and an audio signal of 20,000 watts, as authorized by the Secretary of Communication and Transportation, Mexico.

2008-2015 (CW era, as San Diego 6) Edit

XETV6 Sign On 8 1 200804:30

XETV6 Sign On 8 1 2008

(note: the following text was read in both English and Spanish, and used only for sign-on)

You're watching XETV, San Diego 6. Our transmitter is located on Mount San Antonio, Baja California, serving San Diego and Tijuana. XETV channel 6 transmits on an assigned frequency from 82 to 88 Mhz, transmitting 100,000 watts of audio power, and an audio signal of 20,000 watts, as authorized by the Secretary of Communication and Transportation, Mexico.

2016-May 31, 2017 (CW era, as CW 6) Edit

XETV-TDT - Sign on & CW6 News in the Morning open (2017)03:27

XETV-TDT - Sign on & CW6 News in the Morning open (2017)

(note: the following text was read in both English and Spanish, and used only for sign-on; the only exception to this was the final sign-off as an English station)

This is XETV, CW 6. Our transmitter is located on Mount San Antonio, Baja California, serving San Diego and Tijuana. XETV channel 6 transmits on digital ATSC UHF channel 23, and virtual PSIP channel 6 on an assigned frequency from 524 to 530 Mhz, transmitting our digital signal with 200 kilowatts effective radiated power, as authorized by the Federal Telecommunications Institute of Mexico.

XETV-TDT - Final moments of XETV as an English language station serving San Diego - May 30, 201705:10

XETV-TDT - Final moments of XETV as an English language station serving San Diego - May 30, 2017

Notes Edit

  • From its initial sign-on in 1953 until May 31, 2017, XETV broadcast in English, and had studios and offices in San Diego.
  • As of June 1, 2017, all CW programming, as well as English-language syndicated programming, is currently on KFMB's digital subchannel, 8.2
  • XETV broadcasts 24/7, but as the station is licensed to Tijuana by the Mexican government (specifically article 41 of Mexico's Law on the National Arms, Flag, and Anthem and article 253 of the Federal Telecommunications and Broadcasting Law), the broadcast day (as an English-language station) began at 5:00 am Monday-Saturday, and 6:00 am Sunday.
    • The broadcast day began with the playing of the Mexican national anthem, followed by the station disclaimer read in both English and Spanish. During their days as a Fox affiliate, XETV also aired the American national anthem in between the Mexican anthem and the disclaimer.

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