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Television stations in Hidalgo

The following is a list of all IFT-licensed over-the-air television stations broadcasting in the Mexican state of Hidalgo.[1][2] There are 17 television stations in Hidalgo which are either independent or affiliated to a Televisa, TV Azteca, or Hidalgo TV network.

Networks

List of television networks located in the state of Hidalgo:
Network name Flagship Programming type Owner Affiliates
Canal de las Estrellas XEW 2 soap operas, retro movies and sports Televisa 2
Canal 5 XHGC 5 cartoons, series, and sports Televisa 1
Hidalgo TV XHPAH educational Gobierno de Hidalgo 11
Azteca 13 XHDF 13 news, soap operas, and sports TV Azteca 3

List of television stations

RF VC Callsign Location Network Analog ERP Digital ERP Concessionaire/Permittee
13 XHHUH-TV Huejutla de Reyes Radio y Televisión de Hidalgo 3.063 kW Gobierno del Estado de Hidalgo
7 XHIXM-TV Ixmiquilpan Radio y Televisión de Hidalgo 2.038 kW Gobierno del Estado de Hidalgo
3 XHPAH-TV Pachuca Radio y Televisión de Hidalgo 9.318 kW Gobierno del Estado de Hidalgo
36 6 XHPHG-TV Pachuca Azteca 13 1.99 kW 3.97 kW Televisión Azteca
8 XEX-TV Pachuca Canal 5 10 kW Televimex
10 XHTM-TV Pachuca Canal de las Estrellas 10 kW Televimex
23 12 XHAFC-TV San Nicolas Jacala/
Agua Fria Chica
Azteca 13 .5 kW 1.07 kW Televisión Azteca
6 XHTOH-TV Tepeapulco Radio y Televisión de Hidalgo 1.027 kW Gobierno del Estado de Hidalgo
8 XHTHI-TV Tula Radio y Televisión de Hidalgo 1.08 kW Gobierno del Estado de Hidalgo
38 XHXEM-TV Tula Azteca 13 12.05 kW Televisión Azteca
6 XHTUH-TV Tulancingo Radio y Televisión de Hidalgo 1.502 kW Gobierno del Estado de Hidalgo
10 XHTWH-TV Tulancingo Canal de las Estrellas 11.46 kW Televimex
46 12 XHTGN-TV Tulancingo Azteca 13 25 kW 9.99 kW Televisión Azteca

References

  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de TV. Last modified 2014-11-26. Retrieved 2014-08-17.
  2. ^ Mexico Radio Television
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