I saw a commercial for MundoFox, too, and also wonder if it will be over the air or on cable or what.
Local channels not replying to emails include Channel 13. I wrote months ago but got no reply. I had moved my indoor antenna slightly, actually moving the new digital TV and old DVDR closer to my window, and I immediately stopped getting 13. Still got and get 2.1, 2.2, 4.1, 4.2, 5.1, 5.2, 7.1, 7.2, 14, 19, 41.1, 41.2, 41.3 just fine (the others I don't care about). 13, no luck, no matter how I position the antenna (and I don't like to move it since I can lose the other channels that way). I wrote channel 13 to report this (are they still broadcasting toward downtown? Can they get their own signal since there station is ~1/2 mile west of me? ) and asked where I can get CBS programs online. They either didn't know or didn't care because they didn't reply. Maybe they hope I won't notice how all the other broadcasters offer shows online. I stumbled across a rather dicy place and downloaded Person of Interest so I'm caught up. I'm hoping someone will release Elementary that way, too, so I don' thave to wait for Netflix. It's really dumb when entertainment outlets ignore emails that are sent to them via their own websites.