Originally Posted by dishhead2001
Multimediostv owns Stations in the USA FYI
Actually, that's not true; Multimedios owns no television stations in the US, but they do distribute their programming to American stations. K40FW El Paso, now on ch 26 (just filed for their license today), is licensed to BGM License, LLC, a local company owned by the Cabada family. So, Multimedios would only be responsible for Mexican stations, which are not subject to FCC authority.
However, if you're asking the cutoff date for analog LPTV stations in the US that air Multimedios programming, then it depends on whether the station is in-core (ch 2-36; 38-51) or out-of-core (ch 52-69). If the latter, and they haven't already done so, they have until tomorrow to submit a displacement application to move in-core. If they don't, their license will be canceled on 12/31/2011. And now, channel 51 is no longer available for assignment, due to a ruling at the request of the cellular and wireless industry.
All analog LPTV stations above channel 51 must
cease broadcasting by 12/31/2011, whether or not a digital replacement is operational. For in-core stations, they have until 9/1/2015 to switch to digital. Your station is in-core, so it falls into the latter category.