K31GL-D is a low-power digital TV station in the Dallas / Fort Worth area, licensed to serve DeSoto, Texas, owned and operated by Mako Communications of Corpus Christi, Texas. It is not available on either Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications, or Verizon FiOS at this time, and covers the Dallas/Fort Worth DMA.This station initially began in 1980 (FCC file: BRTT-19800530IG) as K65BC of Mullins, Texas and was owned by Pompey Mountain Broadcasting, Incorporated of Corpus Christi, Texas. Marcos A. Rodriguez acquired the frequency in 1994 and ran Spanish music video programming on it 24 hours a day. KUVN-CA of Fort Worth operated on channel 31 until 2001 when KUVN-CA changed to channel 47 clearing the way for other use of channel 31. On January 6, 2004 the call sign of K65BC changed to K31GL with the change from channel 65 in Mullins to channel 31 in De Soto. During the summer of 2006, the station picked up Almavision.At one time in the late 80s a non-profit organization secured a construction permit for a full-power station on non-commercial Channel 31 in Fort Worth that would have broadcast with the call KETE-TV. However, the organization never built the station and the CP was cancelled by the FCC.In late 2006, Almavision programming ceased on the station and it started airing an all-infomercial format, much like KSEX-LP's current format.