Station Profile

KIAH-TV is a CW Network affiliate that has been broadcasting in Houston for more than 50 years. The station signed on as an independent (Channel 39) in 1967 under the call letters KHTV and was initially best known for its presentation of Houston Wrestling with Paul Boesch.  A charter affiliate of the WB Network, the station call letters were changed to KHWB in September of 1999 and “WB39 News at 9” debuted in the fall of 2000.  After the dissolution of the WB Network and the creation of the CW Network in 2006, the station’s network affiliation changed and subsequently the station’s call letters became KIAH.  At times throughout the 50+ years on the air, the station has broadcast Houston Astros, Houston Rockets, and Houston Texans games and been home to a variety of newscasts.  Today, CW39 is the proud home of CW39 No Wait Weather & Traffic, a locally produced 4-hour morning news show and a late, local news program, ABC13 Eyewitness News at 9p on CW39. KIAH is a leader in the Houston market with syndicated hit comedies like Big BangYoung SheldonTwo and a Half Men, and The Neighborhood.

Market Profile

Houston, TX is in the 6th largest DMA in the United States, with a population of approximately 7.1 million and 2,772,680 television households, as reported by Nielsen Media.

Houston is the most diverse city in America, according to WalletHub, where more than 145 languages are spoken. Houston is home to the world’s largest medical complex, employing over 106,000 people, including the largest cancer center (MD Anderson) and largest children’s hospital (Texas Children’s). We proudly support the 2017 World Series Champion Houston Astros, the NFL’s Houston Texans, the NBA’s Houston Rockets, as well as the Houston Dynamo (MLS) and Houston Dash (NWSL).

Station Contact Information

7700 Westpark Drive Houston, TX 77063 P: (713) 781-3939

Station Contacts

Humberto Hormaza, VP & General Manager

Tracy Moore, Director of Sales

Angel Covarrubias, News Director

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