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Gala TV (Mexico)

Galavisión (Mexico) redirects here. Not to be confused with the American network, Galavisión.
Gala TV
Type Terrestrial television network
Country Mexico
Owner Televisa
Launch date
1968
Former names
Television Independiente de Mexico
Galavisión
Official website
Gala TV

Gala TV is a Mexican television network owned by Televisa.[1] Originating at XEQ-TV in Mexico City, the network is distributed throughout Mexico through affiliates. In April 2013, the network changed its name, from Galavisión.[2]

History

Logo utilized from 2003 until April 2013, when Galavisión was re-branded as "Gala TV"

Galavisión was founded in 1968, as Televisión Independiente de Mexico (TIM). TIM later merged with Telesistema Mexicano becoming Televisión Vía Satélite better known as Televisa. In April 2013 Galavisión changed its name to Gala TV.

Programming

The Gala TV schedule features mainly reruns of major Mexican telenovelas, reruns of Televisa series, soccer and lucha libre. On March 18, 2008 it was announced that an agreement was made between Televisa and NBCUniversal that Galavisión would broadcast Telemundo programs on Galavisión as well as on selected channels of SKY México and Cablevision beginning in April 2008.[3]

Telenovelas and series broadcast of Gala TV

Current

Telenovelas

1pm-3pm

10:30pm-12:00pm

12:00pm-1:00am

1:00am-2:00am

  • Pobres Rico (July 14-August 18, 2014, first-run; August 25, 2014, present; overnights revived series)
News/Public Affairs Programming
Talk/Reality Shows
  • Está Cañón con Yordi Rosado (April 15, 2013-Present)
  • Mojoe (April 15, 2013-Present)
  • Netas Divinas (April 15, 2013-Present)
Comedy/Variety Programming
Sports Programming


Movie Presentations
  • Festival de Gala
  • Festival de Gala de la Tarde
  • Cine Mexicano
  • Nuestras Estrellas
  • Acción a la Mexicana
  • Noches de Gala

Upcoming

Past

Telenovelas
Teen Programming
News/Public affair Programming
  • Aurora Valle Presenta (2013-2014)
  • Cuéntaselo a Carolina (January 15-April 9, 2014)
  • Despierta América (April 15, 2013-August 2013)
  • Con Todo (2004-2008)
  • El Gordo y La Flaca
  • La Oreja (2002-2008)
  • Noticiero Con Lolita Ayala (June 11-July 9, 2010, first run; June 12-July 9, 2014, revived series)
  • NXClusiva (January 5, 2009-August 27, 2010)
  • ¡Qué Pókar! (April 15, 2013-January 10, 2014)
  • Primer Impacto
  • Tras La Verdad (April 15, 2013-April 11, 2014)
Variety Shows
Talk/Reality Shows
Comedy Programming
Anime Programming
Animated Programming

Movies

  • Cine Sensacional (Weekends)
  • GalaCinema (Weekdays 6:00PM–8:00PM)
  • La Nueva Era (Weekends)

Affiliates

The following is a list of all full-time Gala TV affiliates:[4][5]
CH Callsign City of License A Power DT DT Power Owner / Operator
2 XHAGU Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes 46 kW 32.1 Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
23 XHS Ensenada, Baja California 79 kW  •  • Canal 23
38 XHMEE Mexicali, Baja California 1,521 kW  •  • Televimex
45 XHBJ
Tijuana, Baja California 1,521 kW  •  • Cadena Baja California
4 XHGK Tapachula, Chiapas 100 kW 28.1 Comunicacion del Sureste
5 XEJ Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua 64 kW 50.1 100 kW Television de la Frontera
9 XHAUC Chihuahua, Chihuahua 96 kW  •  • Telemision
5 XHAE Saltillo, Coahuila 70 kW  •  • Cadena Televisora del Norte
13 XHCKW Colima, Colima 34 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
13 XHMAW Manzanillo, Colima 22 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
9 XEQ Mexico, Distrito Federal 325 kW 44.1 Televimex
22 XHDUH Durango, Durango 976 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
5 XEDK Guadalajara, Jalisco 100 kW 35.1 Corporacion de Television
32 XHATZ Altzomoni, Mexico 3,533 kW 47.1 Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
4 XHFX Morelia, Michoacán 30 kW  •  • Television de Michoacán
11 XHCUM Cuernavaca, Morelos 29 kW 38.1 Radio Televisora de Mexico Norte
22 XHMOY Monterrey, Nuevo León 2,576 kW 44.1 400 kW Radio televisora de Mexico Norte
21 XHQCZ Querétaro, Querétaro 2,289 kW 40.1 Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
2 XHI Ciudad Obregón, Sonora 100 kW 32.1 Televisora del Yaqui
2 XHHMA Hermosillo, Sonora 30 kW  •  • Teleimagen del Noroeste
12 XHTOE Tenosique, Tabasco 108 kW  •  • Tele Emisoras del Sureste
9 XHTVL Villahermosa, Tabasco 272 kW 30.1 Tele Emisoras del Sureste
7 XHVSL Ciudad Mante, Tamaulipas 2.5 kW  •  • Organización Radiofónica Tamaulipeca
26 XHCVI Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas 476 kW  •  • Televisora del Golfo
9 XHFW Tampico, Tamaulipas 100 kW 26.1  • Flores y Flores
9 XHCVP Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz .4 kW  •  • PPIRCTV
13 XHZAT Zacatecas, Zacatecas 325 kW 40.1 Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte

External links

  • Gala TV Official web page

References

  1. ^ televisa.com Galavisión
  2. ^ http://www.ngpuebla.com/entretenimiento/53338galavisi%C3%B3n-presenta-imagen-con-la-que-se-convertir%C3%A1-en-gala-tv#.UYWJQLVhV2M
  3. ^ hispanicbusiness.com News
  4. ^ Comision Federal de Comunicaciones: Telecommunication Infrastructure in Mexico (Spanish)
  5. ^ Mexico Radio Television
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