Glenn Coleman Upped To President-GM Of KXLN Houston

He is bumped up from VP-station manager to lead Univision’s television, radio, digital, community, and social media properties in Houston.

Stations Battle For Booming Houston’s New Arrivals

To be sure, Houston is in a good place these days. The oil industry that fuels the local economy is on solid footing and the region for years has worked to diversify its business portfolio, with the likes of health care, aerospace and the legal profession growing. And the competition among stations for news audiences is robust. ABC owns KTRK and Graham Media has NBC affiliate KPRC. Fox owns KRIV-KTXH, and Tegna has CBS outlet KHOU. Univision owns KXLN and Telemundo holds KTMD.

10 Houston Stations Launch NextGen TV

KTXH, KRIV, KIAH, KFTH, KXLN, KTRK, KPRC, KHOU, KTMD and KUHT are now broadcasting with ATSC 3.0 technology.


John Hannon Named Univision Houston GM

The former president of Jim Doyle & Associates, he will oversee all aspects of station operations for Univision Houston’s two television, five radio, and digital and social media properties.

Univision Expands Local News Apps In 7 Markets

The new apps will include livestream so mobile users can watch local newscasts in real time.


The Rise Of Spanish-Language TV In Houston

Univision’s KXLN and Telemundo’s KTMD are pushing Spanish-language TV to the top of Houston ratings, even over their English-language counterparts, in the fourth largest Spanish TV market in the country.


Meteorologist Anthony Ortíz Rodríguez Joins KXLN

Univision-owned KXLN Houston (DMA 10) has added meteorologist Anthony Ortíz Rodríguez to its news team. Ortíz Rodríguez, a member of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association will […]


KXLN, KTRK To Stream Houston Mayoral Debate

DMAS 5 & 10

Univision Cancels Dallas, Houston A.M. News

Univision canceled Primera Edición in Dallas and Houston. KUVN Dallas and KXLN Houston aired their last local morning newscasts on Friday, March 27, from 4 to 6 am. The company also axed Vive la Mañana, the one hour morning magazine that aired on Unimás in both cities from 6 to 7 am. Starting Monday, April 6, the local newscasts will be replaced by the regional Noticias Texas Primera Edición, based out of Houston.


Every Houston Station Brags About May

DMA 10

KXLN Houston Unveils New News Set


Univision’s KXLN Tops The Charts In Houston

DMA 10

Houston Sweeps: Spanish KXLN Takes Top Spot