- 1972/1973?: Those in San Diego with their TVs tuned in to Tijuana's XEWT-TV may have been able to view a run of William Hartnell stories (in Spanish) that apparently screened in the Ensenada / Tijuana area circa 1972/1973... (see the Mexico page for further details)
Channel 10 (NBC)
- BBC documentation records a sale of Jon Pertwee stories to a station called "KGTV" by March 1974, but despite our searching local TV listings from 1972 to 1974, we could find no evidence that Doctor Who had screened on that, or any other San Diego station. But it's possible this record is a misspelling of "KGTF", the station in Guam which did screen the series from 1972 to 1974, but which is not recorded in that same BBC documentation.
- No stations in San Diego broadcast Doctor Who in the 1980s or 1990s. If, as we suspect, the series did not air on KGTV in the 1970s, that makes San Diego the largest US TV market to never show Doctor Who on a local channel.