KVMD - Ch. 2 - Twentynine Palms, CA - Watch Online

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KVMD Info

KVMD is a full service television station in Twentynine Palms, California , broadcasting on local digital UHF channel 23 and virtual channel 31. Founded in 1997, it is owned by KVMD TV, LLC. (Ronald Ulloa). KVMD is an independent station with ten subchannels, and it operates as a multicultural channel ... See more for the Los Angeles, California area. Its channels broadcast the Armenian-Russian Television Network, University of Guadalajara as a Spanish cultural and educational channel, Fil-Am TV for Filipino Americans, GDTV (Guangdong TV) in Cantonese and Mandarin, Skylink in Mandarin, BereaVision in Spanish, TBWTV in Mandarin, WCETV, Heilongjiang TV in Mandarin, WCETV in English, TSTV-Shandong TV International in Mandarin.

Community KVMD Band: UHF Digital Channel: 2 Virtual Channel: 31
Phone Number: 760-366-9881 Toll Free: 888-550-5863
http://www.kvmdtv.com/code/contact_us.html

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we were enjoying metv a lot of old TV shows, then came kvmd with continuous commercials. get the hell off the air

June 2, 2014, 10:49 p.m. GMT

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In other languages

See this page in French: Regarder KVMD en ligne

See this page in German: Hören KVMD online

See this page in Portuguese: Reproduzir KVMD ao vivo

See this page in Spanish: Ver KVMD en vivo

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