Amholley1: Fixed typo

Fixed typo


← Previous revision Revision as of 08:46, 27 March 2022
Line 922: Line 922:
San Diego led U.S. local markets with 69.6 percent broadband penetration in 2004 according to [[Nielsen ratings|Nielsen//NetRatings]].<ref>{{cite web|title=San Diego, Phoenix and Detroit Lead Broadband Wired Cities, According to Nielsen//NetRatings|publisher=Nielsen//NetRatings|url=http://www.nielsen-netratings.com/pr/pr_040915.pdf|date=September 15, 2004|access-date=April 25, 2011|archive-date=July 24, 2008|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20080724162255/http://www.nielsen-netratings.com/pr/pr_040915.pdf|url-status=dead}}</ref>
San Diego led U.S. local markets with 69.6 percent broadband penetration in 2004 according to [[Nielsen ratings|Nielsen//NetRatings]].<ref>{{cite web|title=San Diego, Phoenix and Detroit Lead Broadband Wired Cities, According to Nielsen//NetRatings|publisher=Nielsen//NetRatings|url=http://www.nielsen-netratings.com/pr/pr_040915.pdf|date=September 15, 2004|access-date=April 25, 2011|archive-date=July 24, 2008|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20080724162255/http://www.nielsen-netratings.com/pr/pr_040915.pdf|url-status=dead}}</ref>
San Diego’s first television station was [[KFMB-TV|KFMB]], which began broadcasting on May 16, 1949.<ref name=”KFMBTV”>{{cite news|last=Stigall|first=Gary|title=KFMB-TV Turns 50|publisher=Society of Broadcast Engineers Chapter 36 San Diego|date=May 3, 1999|url=http://www.sbe36.org/1999/0509_kfmbtv50.html|access-date=April 22, 2009}}</ref> Since the [[Federal Communications Commission]] (FCC) licensed seven television stations in Los Angeles, two [[VHF]] channels were available for San Diego because of its relative proximity to the larger city. In 1952, however, the FCC began licensing [[UHF]] channels, making it possible for cities such as San Diego to acquire more stations. Stations based in Mexico (with [[ITU prefix]]es of XE and XH) also serve the San Diego market. Television stations today include [[XHCPDE-TDT|XHCPDE]] 11 ([[Once TV]]), [[XETV-TDT|XETV]] 6 ([[Canal 5 (Mexico)|Canal 5]]), [[KFMB-TV|KFMB]] 8 ([[CBS]], with [[The CW]]/[[MyNetworkTV|MNTV]] on DT2), [[KGTV]] 10 ([[American Broadcasting Company|ABC]]), [[XEWT-TDT|XEWT]] 12 ([[Televisa Regional]]), [[KPBS (TV)|KPBS]] 15 ([[PBS]]), [[KBNT-CD]] 17 ([[Univision]]), [[XHTIT-TDT]] 21 ([[Azteca 7]]), [[XHJK-TDT]] 1 ([[Azteca Uno]]), [[XHAS-TDT|XHAS]] 33 ([[Azteca América|Azteca America]]), [[K35DG-D]] 35 ([[UCSD-TV]]), [[KDTF-LD]] 36 ([[Unimás]]), [[KNSD]] 39 ([[NBC]]), [[KUAN-LD]] 48 ([[Telemundo]]), [[KSEX-CD]] 42 (Infomercials), [[XHBJ-TDT]] 45 ([[Canal 6 (Mexico)]]), [[XHDTV-TDT|XHDTV]] 49 ([[Milenio Televisión]]), [[KUSI]] 51 (Independent), [[XHUAA-TDT]] 19 ([[Canal de las Estrellas]]), and [[KSWB-TV]] 69 ([[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]). San Diego has an 80.6 percent cable penetration rate.<ref name=”San Diego cable penetration rates”>San Diego market in {{cite web|url=http://www.tvb.org/market_profiles|title=Market Profiles|publisher=Television Bureau of Advertising|url-status=dead|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20110807125001/https://www.tvb.org/market_profiles|archive-date=August 7, 2011|access-date=April 25, 2011}}<!– dead link: {{cite news |title=. |publisher=Television Bureau of Advertising |date=July 2009 |url=http://www.tvb.org/rcentral/markettrack/archivebymarket.asp?marketid=168 |access-date=August 26, 2009 |url-status=dead |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20071023025612/http://tvb.org/rcentral/markettrack/archivebymarket.asp?marketid=168 |archive-date=October 23, 2007 |df=mdy-all }}–></ref>
San Diego’s first television station was [[KFMB-TV|KFMB]], which began broadcasting on May 16, 1949.<ref name=”KFMBTV”>{{cite news|last=Stigall|first=Gary|title=KFMB-TV Turns 50|publisher=Society of Broadcast Engineers Chapter 36 San Diego|date=May 3, 1999|url=http://www.sbe36.org/1999/0509_kfmbtv50.html|access-date=April 22, 2009}}</ref> Since the [[Federal Communications Commission]] (FCC) licensed seven television stations in Los Angeles, two [[VHF]] channels were available for San Diego because of its relative proximity to the larger city. In 1952, however, the FCC began licensing [[UHF]] channels, making it possible for cities such as San Diego to acquire more stations. Stations based in Mexico (with [[ITU prefix]]es of XE and XH) also serve the San Diego market. Television stations today include [[XHCPDE-TDT|XHCPDE]] 11 ([[Canal Once (Mexico)]]), [[XETV-TDT|XETV]] 6 ([[Canal 5 (Mexico)|Canal 5]]), [[KFMB-TV|KFMB]] 8 ([[CBS]], with [[The CW]]/[[MyNetworkTV|MNTV]] on DT2), [[KGTV]] 10 ([[American Broadcasting Company|ABC]]), [[XEWT-TDT|XEWT]] 12 ([[Televisa Regional]]), [[KPBS (TV)|KPBS]] 15 ([[PBS]]), [[KBNT-CD]] 17 ([[Univision]]), [[XHTIT-TDT]] 21 ([[Azteca 7]]), [[XHJK-TDT]] 1 ([[Azteca Uno]]), [[XHAS-TDT|XHAS]] 33 ([[Azteca América|Azteca America]]), [[K35DG-D]] 35 ([[UCSD-TV]]), [[KDTF-LD]] 36 ([[Unimás]]), [[KNSD]] 39 ([[NBC]]), [[KUAN-LD]] 48 ([[Telemundo]]), [[KSEX-CD]] 42 (Infomercials), [[XHBJ-TDT]] 45 ([[Canal 6 (Mexico)]]), [[XHDTV-TDT|XHDTV]] 49 ([[Milenio Televisión]]), [[KUSI]] 51 (Independent), [[XHUAA-TDT]] 19 ([[Canal de las Estrellas]]), and [[KSWB-TV]] 69 ([[Fox Broadcasting Company|Fox]]). San Diego has an 80.6 percent cable penetration rate.<ref name=”San Diego cable penetration rates”>San Diego market in {{cite web|url=http://www.tvb.org/market_profiles|title=Market Profiles|publisher=Television Bureau of Advertising|url-status=dead|archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20110807125001/https://www.tvb.org/market_profiles|archive-date=August 7, 2011|access-date=April 25, 2011}}<!– dead link: {{cite news |title=. |publisher=Television Bureau of Advertising |date=July 2009 |url=http://www.tvb.org/rcentral/markettrack/archivebymarket.asp?marketid=168 |access-date=August 26, 2009 |url-status=dead |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20071023025612/http://tvb.org/rcentral/markettrack/archivebymarket.asp?marketid=168 |archive-date=October 23, 2007 |df=mdy-all }}–></ref>
<!– As such, most of the city’s stations air on their own cable channel number for each area:
<!– As such, most of the city’s stations air on their own cable channel number for each area:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *