KLET, virtual & VHF digital channel 2, is a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member television station licensed to Laredo, Texas and serving the Laredo–Nuevo Laredo area. It is owned by South Texas Public Telecommunications, a non-profit organization who also own KEPT-TV (serving San Angelo, Texas) and XHLPBS-TDT and KMPC-TV (both serving the Rio Grande Valley). KLET's studios are located on the campus of Texas A&M International University, and it's transmitter is located in La Presa, Texas.

KLET is also carried by cable & satellite providers in some areas of Texas that do not have their own PBS station. KLET is also carried by Carnival Cruise Lines through the in-room entertainment system available on ships touring the Caribbean and South Pacific.


KLET, originally owned by the Laredo Independent School District, was launched on April 19, 1979, the brainchild of a teacher at J. W. Nixon High School by the name of Drew P. McCabe. The station's original broadcast facilities were located in the backroom of a Hispanic community center, with PBS programming provided by KUHT in Houston via microwave. The original transmitter location was on a site donated by a local oilman. The station moved into its current facilities at Texas A&M International University (then Laredo State University) in 1982.

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