The San Francisco Bay Area is the 2nd largest Hispanic market in California with close to two million Hispanics representing an annual spending of $40 billion. Univision Bay Area serves this dynamic and growing population with its local media properties. KDTV Univision 14 is one of the most watched broadcast stations in the San Francisco Bay Area, regardless of language, and it is the leading Spanish-language station providing award-winning, daily local news at 6pm and 11pm and a local morning show, Despierta Área de la Bahía, weekdays at 6am.
KDTV’s sister station KFSF UniMás 66 offers counter-programming with sports, reality, drama series, and movies. Univision Bay Area also owns the top Spanish language radio stations KSOL-FM QUE BUENA 98.9/99.1, KBRG-FM – AMOR 100.3 and KVVF-FM – Latino Mix 105.7/100.7. Its digital properties include local websites for its TV and radio stations and audio streaming for its radio stations via Uforia.
Univision Bay Area is in San Jose, California and is home to UTEC (Univision Technology Center) a Silicon Valley-based state-of-the-art facility. UTEC’s purpose is to provide a practical instruction and gathering space to educate members of the Latino community about different aspects of technology and how to successfully pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics (STEAM).
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Univision's local Bay Area television station
Bay Area's local UniMás station, complementing Univision network's programming
UTEC is a cornerstone of Univision’s education efforts focused on increasing Latino diversity in technology
Bay Area's Spanish Contemporary Radio Station
San Francisco's regional Mexican radio station
Bay Area’s Only Latin Rhythmic Music Station