are low-power Class A television stations
in Salt Lake City
and Ogden, Utah
, respectively, broadcasting locally in analog
channels 50 (Salt Lake City) and 51 (Ogden) as affiliates of Telemundo
. KEJT-LP was founded on February 25, 1993, and is owned by NBCUniversal
; KULX-CA was founded on February 12, 1992 and is owned by Airwaves, Inc. It broadcasts digitally on channel 10 and is known as KULX-LD. The two stations operate as one and extend their signals into Logan
and Park City, Utah
via sister station KUTA-LP
(overnight) and translator station K57JB
, both owned by Airwaves, Inc.
KULX broadcasts Telemundo on 10.1 and Home Shopping Network
on 10.2. A weather channel was being aired on 10.3.
KULX was the first Spanish station to air Real Salt Lake
pre-season soccer games in 2005. Spanish broadcasts of the LDS General Conference
has also been aired on KEJT. KULX/KEJT also airs Utah Noticias (news) at 5:00pm and 10:00pm.