Satellite Coordinates and Broadcast Information for the Univision California Gubernatorial Debate with Candidates Jerry Brown (D) and Meg Whitman (R)

Satellite Feed of Taped Senatorial Debate will be Available Saturday, October 2 at 2:45 p.m. PT

Debate to Air Statewide on October 2, 2010 at 4 p.m. PT on Univision Affiliates Stations, as Well as Online and on Radio Broadcasts on October 3rd



  As part of its “Destino 2010” election coverage, Univision will provide a satellite feed of the first ever Spanish-language debate in California with gubernatorial candidates Attorney General Jerry Brown (D) and candidate Meg Whitman (R). The debate will be moderated by Maria Elena Salinas, the Emmy Award-winning co-anchor of "Noticiero Univision," Univision's network evening news program.


The debate will air commercial-free at 4 p.m. PT on Univision stations in California, with English and Spanish subtitles available via closed captions. It will also be streamed in both languages, live and online, at,, and Immediately following the broadcast, the debate will be available in English and Spanish on the aforementioned sites. Moreover, Univision Radio stations in Fresno, San Diego and San Francisco will air the debate on their Sunday morning public affairs programs (see below).



  KVYE Channel 7 Yuma-El Centro, KMEX Channel 34 Los Angeles, K39DW Channel 39 Los Angeles, KDTV Channel 14 San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, KDTV-CA Channel 28 San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose, K17GD Channel 21 Santa Barbara-Paso Robles, K28FK Channel 28 Santa Barbara-San Luis Obispo, KFTV Channel 21 Fresno-Visalia, KEUV-LP Channel 31 Eureka, KBNT-LP Channel 17 San Diego, KHAX-LP Channel 49 San Diego, KUVS Channel 19 Sacramento-Stockton-Modesto, KSMS Channel 67 Monterey-Salinas, KABE-LP Channel 39 Bakersfield, KPMR Channel 38 Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-San Luis Obispo, KVER-CA Channel 4 Palm Springs, KVES-LP Channel 28 Palm Springs, KUCO-LP Channel 27 Chico-Redding-Eureka and K46HI Channel 46 Chico-Redding-Eureka


Air Times for Sunday Morning, October 3, 2010:



KLLE – 5:30 to 6:30 a.m.
KOND – 5 to 6 a.m.
KRDA – 6:30 to 7:30 a.m.


San Diego

KLQV – 5:30 to 6:30 a.m.


San Francisco

KBRG-FM – 5 to 6 a.m.
KSOL/KSQL-FM – 5 to 6 a.m.
KVVF/KVVZ-FM – 5 to 6 a.m.


Saturday, October 2, 2010


The debate’s broadcast feed will be available between 2:45 p.m. and 4 p.m. PT via satellite at coordinates: AMC 1 - C16 SLOT C 4024.5 V, FEC 3/4, SR 6.62 (SD 4:3, MPEG 2).



As part of Univision’s “Destino 2010” election coverage, the gubernatorial debate will center on important issues affecting California’s residents including the rapidly growing Hispanic community. More than 21 percent of all California registered voters are Hispanic. Additionally, more than 46 percent of current California registered Latino voters have registered to vote in the past eight years.


For Editors: News guidelines follow** (see below). For transcript requests contact Carolina Valencia at



About The San Joaquin Valley Gubernatorial Forum

The San Joaquin Valley Gubernatorial Forum, a non-partisan committee, was created in November 2009 to bring attention to the contributions, and the issues affecting the Central Valley. As part of its mission, the committee will hold town halls, debates and other activities with statewide officials. The inaugural event, “Foro Comunitario con el Gobernador de California” was held at the Fresno Convention & Entertainment Center on July 1, 2010. Committee Members include The City of Fresno, Fresno-Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, The Fresno Bee, Fresno State and Univision Fresno.

About Univision Communications Inc.

Univision Communications Inc. is the premier Spanish-language media company in the United States. Its operations include Univision Network, the most-watched Spanish-language broadcast television network in the U.S. reaching 95% of U.S. Hispanic Households; TeleFutura Network, a general-interest Spanish-language broadcast television network, which was launched in 2002 and now reaches 85% of U.S. Hispanic Households; Galavisión, the country’s leading Spanish-language cable network; Univision Studios, which produces and co-produces telenovelas, reality shows, dramatic series and other programming formats for all of the Company’s platforms; Univision Television Group, which owns and operates 62 television stations in major U.S. Hispanic markets and Puerto Rico; Univision Radio, the leading Spanish-language radio group which owns and/or operates 68 radio stations in 16 of the top 25 U.S. Hispanic markets and 5 stations in Puerto Rico; and Univision Interactive Media, which includes, the premier Spanish-language Internet destination in the U.S., and Univision Móvil, the industry’s most comprehensive Spanish-language suite of mobile offerings. Univision Communications also has a 50% interest in TuTv, a joint venture formed to broadcast Televisa’s pay television channels in the U.S. Univision Communications has television network operations in Miami and television and radio stations and sales offices in major cities throughout the United States.

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October 2, 2010

The Univision Network Limited Partnership and/or its affiliates (“UNIVISION”) own all broadcast rights throughout the world to the GUBERNATORIAL DEBATE WITH CANDIDATES JERRY BROWN (D) AND MEG WHITMAN (R). The debate will be referred to below as the “Event.”

We ask that you respect UNIVISION’s exclusive rights by not broadcasting or otherwise disseminating any portion of the Event, even if coverage is supplied to you by other sources, with ONLY one exception – NEWS ACCESS excerpts of the Event which are used only for news purposes and comply with the following conditions:

1. Excerpts may be used only in “regularly-scheduled bona-fide, hard news programs of which the actual news elements constitute the main feature”;

2. Each excerpt must be accompanied by appropriate video courtesy credit (i.e., “Courtesy of Univision News”). Such video courtesy credit shall remain on-screen for at least five (5) seconds. UNIVISION's transparent on-screen logo, may not be removed or obscured in any way;

3. Excerpts cannot exceed three minutes (3) minutes of footage in total in any one newscast; no more than thirty seconds (:30) per clip;

4. Under no circumstances may excerpts of the Event be used or retained beyond forty-eight (48) hours after the conclusion of UNIVISION’s original broadcast of the Event, and all footage containing such excerpts in any and all media must be erased or destroyed thereafter (i.e., copies for library or any other purpose are strictly prohibited). In order to secure permission to use clips beyond the forty-eight (48) hour period, written permission must be obtained from UNIVISION.

5. These same news access guidelines apply to use on the Internet or other online service or interactive multimedia distribution transmission. Please advise your affiliates and subscribers of our exclusive rights and these restrictions. Thank you for your anticipated compliance with these news access rules.

All footage requests must be received in writing. You may fax your request to UNIVISION, Attn. Carolina Valencia, 212 953-0299 (f) or email

Release Summary

Univision will provide a satellite feed of the first ever Spanish-language debate in California with gubernatorial candidates Attorney General Jerry Brown (D) and candidate Meg Whitman (R).