Telemundo Alaska – The only local Spanish language TV Station in Alaska


Telemundo Alaska began operations in 2006 and  is the only local Spanish language television station in Alaska.  We broadcast programs aimed at Hispanic and Latino Americans  in Alaska,  featuring a mix of telenovelas, sports, reality television series, news programming, and feature films (both Spanish-dubbed versions of American films and imported films produced in Spanish-speaking countries).

Telemundo Alaska participates and supports important causes to the Hispanic community in Alaska.

What set us apart : TV station broadcasting on OTA ch33.2 in Anchorage 24/7 in Spanish. Alaska transmitting now on HD channel 655 on GCI cable and Dish Network channel 34.

Telemundo Alaska launched the first ever produced local program in Spanish in Alaska “Latinos en Alaska”. In this program we show the lives and habits of our people here in Alaska and inform our viewers of the attractions of this beautiful state and also show information about our countries in Latin America.


Telemundo Alaska comenzó operaciones en 2006 y es la unica estación de Televisión de lenguaje español en Alaska, presentando una mezcla de telenovelas, deportes, series de reality, información de noticias como solo lo hace Telemundo Network.

Telemundo Alaska participa y apoya causas importantes en la  comunidad de habla hispana en Alaska.

Que nos hace diferentes:  La estación de televisión trasmite en OTA cha33.2 en Anchorage 24/7 en español.  Ahora trasmite en  canal HD  655 en cable GCI y Dish Network canal 34.

Telemundo Alaska lanzó su primer programa local producido en español ” Latinos en Alaska”. En este programa se muestra como se vive, los hábitos de nuestra gente en alaska e informa a los televidentes de las atracciones de este hermoso estado y también acerca de paises en Latinoamerica.



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