KBEH is a full service television station broadcasting from Oxnard, California on local digital UHF channel 24.It is an affiliate of Tr3́s Tr3s (MTV Tr3s), ... See more which is an American Spanish-language cable, satellite and over-the-air network with programming from the MTV España and MTV Latin America channels on lifestyle series, music videos, news documentaries about Latino culture, music and artists. It is owned by HERO Broadcasting. It used to be a UPN affiliate for Santa Barbara from 1995 to 2002 and an English-language independent from 2002 until May 2004. The station started in August 1985 as independent KTIE. It was the first TV station to operate in Ventura County, California. The original owner, Don Sterling sold the station in 1988 to billionaire Meshulam Riklis. Riklis changed the calls to KADY-TV in honor of daughter Kady. The next owner was John Huddy, previously the general manager under Riklis. One of his improvements to KADY was making it one of the original affiliates of UPN in January 1995. After Huddy declared bankruptcy in 1996, the property was immediately seized. After a transitional period under court supervision, Biltmore Broadcasting bought the station in November 1997. In 2002, KADY dropped the UPN affiliation, becoming an independent station again. Among the shows seen on the station was a rebroadcast of the local newscasts of Santa Barbara-based KEYT-TV. In 2004, Blitmore sold the station to Bela, LCC, a Florida-based Spanish-language broadcaster, changing channel 63 to KBEH as an independent Spanish-language station. One year later, Bela changed programming on KBEH to MTV Tr3s. Bela Broadcasting sold KBEH to HERO Broadcasting in January 2008. KBEH airs the entire Tr3s schedule with no local programming but local station identification inserts every hour, and in some overnight hours airs Liquidation Channel home shopping instead of Tr3s's late night video block.

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Oxnard - California, United States