At least it's not "Alta California"
WND has a picture of a billboard for Los Angeles TV station KRCA (62 UHF). The billboard contains the words "Los Angeles, CA". Except, the "CA" part has been crossed out and replaced with the word "MEXICO." And, a Mexican monument has been superimposed on the L.A. skyline.
The subtitle of the ad reads: "Your City. Your Team." Now, in the normal context of a local TV news broadcast that would be a normal slogan. However, in this context the bit about "Your City" takes on a whole new meaning.
The owner of KRCA appears to be "KRCA License Corp.", which appears to be a DBA for Liberman Broadcasting. You might have heard from them before: they produced Gana la Verde, the show where contestants ate worms in an attempt to get an immigration lawyer who might get them a green card.
And, in the "at least we have something in common" department, GLAAD issued this press release a couple months ago: "GLAAD, NCAVP Lead Coalition Calling on Liberman Broadcasting Corp. to Stop Airing Violent Anti-Gay Content". Perhaps as a result of their complaint, Nissan, Chevrolet and Kentucky Fried Chicken stopped advertising on the shows in question. Maybe those companies would be interested in U.S. sovereignty as well.
UPDATE: The thread about this at ALIPAC makes clear that Liberman does indeed own KRCA.
In the thread there's some confusion over what the subtitle means; I'm about 99% certain that my translation is correct. "Team" means the same thing as it does in "News Team 5!" or "News Team 7!" ("News Chopper 7!", "Storm Watch 2005!", etc. etc.)
I believe the thing to do here is to contact those companies that advertise on KRCA. The headquarters for Yum Brands (owners of KFC) were closed, so I left a message at Taco Bell's public relations department. It hasn't been returned. Finding someone to speak with at Taco Bell is quite difficult, apparently they get a lot of angry calls from various activist groups.
I'll try to watch KRCA and write down who advertises on their news show.
UPDATE 2: Here were the national advertisers on tonight's 9pm newscast:
Dodge (two different spots)
Those appeared to be fully national advertisements. I.e., they didn't say something like "sponsored by the Southern California Dodge dealers," although they might have been.
I'll try to contact those advertisers tomorrow and see if I can get statements.
Dodge's customer service wouldn't connect me with anyone in their corporate offices. Even their WHOIS has that same customer service number, but I'll see if I can find a direct number.
Kia has not (yet?) returned my call.
Coors returned my call but said they only advertise on national networks. I did see one of their national ads, but it might have just been a space filler, a test, or placed by a local group or similar.