List of television stations in the State of Mexico

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The following is a list of all IFT-licensed over-the-air television stations broadcasting in the Mexican state of Mexico.[1] There are 14 television stations in the State of Mexico.

List of television stations[edit]

RF VC Callsign Location Network/name ERP Concessionaire
36 2 XHTM-TDT Altzomoni
Tejupilco de Hidalgo
Taxco, Gro.
Pachuca, Hgo.
Cuernavaca, Mor.
San Martín Texmelucan, Pue.
Tlaxcala, Tlax.
Las Estrellas 236 kW
20 kW[2]
21 kW[3]
8 kW[4]
45 kW[5]
20 kW[6]
30 kW[7]
Televimex
14 5 XEX-TDT Altzomoni
Tejupilco de Hidalgo
Taxco, Gro.
Pachuca, Hgo.
Cuernavaca, Mor.
San Martín Texmelucan, Pue.
Tlaxcala, Tlax.
Canal 5 236 kW
20 kW[8]
21 kW[9]
8 kW
45 kW[10]
20 kW[11]
30 kW[12]
Radio Televisión
16 9 XHATZ-TDT Altzomoni Nu9ve 236 kW Teleimagen del Noroeste
34 34 XHPTP-TDT Pico Tres Padres
(Municipality of Coacalco)
Televisión Mexiquense 400 kW Gobierno del Estado de México
27 1 XHXEM-TDT Jocotitlán (Toluca)
Ixmiquilpan, Hgo.
Zitácuaro, Mich.
Azteca Uno
(adn40)
92.8 kW
17.07 kW[13]
47.07 kW[14]
Televisión Azteca
19 2 XHTOL-TDT Toluca/Jocotitlán Las Estrellas
(FOROtv)
45 kW Televimex
14 3 XHCTTO-TDT Toluca Imagen Televisión
(Excélsior TV)
26.261 kW[15] Cadena Tres I, S.A. de C.V.
36 5 XHTOK-TDT Toluca/Jocotitlán Canal 5 280 kW Radio Televisión
35 7 XHLUC-TDT Jocotitlán (Toluca)
Ixmiquilpan, Hgo.
Azteca 7
(a+)
92.02 kW
16.93 kW[16]
Televisión Azteca
22 9 XEQ-TDT[note 1] Toluca/Jocotitlán Nu9ve 200 kW[17] Teleimagen del Noroeste
30 14 XHSPREM-TDT Toluca/Jocotitlán SPR multiplex
(11.1 Canal Once, 14.1 Canal Catorce, 20.1 TV UNAM, 22.1 Canal 22)
168.68 kW Sistema Público de Radiodifusión del Estado Mexicano
20 34 XHGEM-TDT Toluca/Jocotitlán Televisión Mexiquense 250 kW Gobierno del Estado de México
21 11 XHVBM-TDT Valle de Bravo Canal Once
(Once Niños)
2.82 kW Instituto Politécnico Nacional

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This station, while licensed as a repeater of XEQ in Mexico City, airs its own locally-targeted programming under the name Nu9ve Estado de México.

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