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Orlando, Florida
United States
CityOrlando (relocated from Ocala, Florida)
Channels Digital: 25 ( UHF)
Virtual: 50 ( PSIP)
BrandingAzteca Orlando
Affiliations (see below)
Owner DTV America Corporation
FoundedSeptember 28, 2010
First air date
November 2016
Former call signs
W50EF-D (2010-2013)
Former channel number(s)
50 (UHF, 2015-2019)
Infomercials (on DT1)
Technical information
Facility ID182336
ERP0.6 kW
HAAT315 feet (96 m)
Transmitter coordinates 28°34′26.9″N 81°27′45.7″W / 28.574139°N 81.462694°W / 28.574139; -81.462694

WFEF-LD is a digital low-powered television station located in Orlando, Florida, USA. The station is owned and operated by DTV America Corporation. The station is a Comet network affiliate whose digital signal is broadcast over UHF channel 25, but consumer television receivers display the station's channel number as Virtual channel 50 via PSIP. [2]

WFEF-LD's digital signal originates from a transmitter located near the Silver Star Terrace neighborhood of Orlando just off Florida State Road 438. [3] [4]


The station's construction permit was issued under the callsign of W50EF-D on September 2, 2010. The current WFEF-LD calls were adapted on March 11, 2013. [1]

In April 2017, Cheddar news TV channel started broadcasting over the air with DTV America, affiliating five stations including WFEF-LD with the network. Dunkin' Donuts, a Cheddar advertiser, was handing out free digital antennas at events in the stations' markets to publicize the over the air launch. [5]

Digital channels

Channel Video Aspect PSIP Short Name Programming
50.1 720p 16:9 WFEF-LD Azteca America
50.2 480i Stadium
50.3 4:3 Shop LC
50.4 16:9 QVC
50.5 QVC2
50.6 Cheddar


  1. ^ a b "Digital TV Market Listing for WFEF". RabbitEars.Info. Retrieved May 12, 2019.
  2. ^ Digital TV Market Listing for WFEF-LD
  3. ^ RabbitEars Transmitter coordinates for WFEF-LD.
  4. ^
  5. ^ Bouma, Luke (April 18, 2017). "A Cup of Coffee With a Side of Antenna TV? - Cord Cutters News". Cord Cutters News. Retrieved April 21, 2017.

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