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Television stations in Michoacán

The following is a list of all Federal Telecommunications Institute-licensed over-the-air television stations broadcasting in the Mexican state of Michoacán.[1][2] There are 35 television stations in Michoacán which are independent or affiliated to at least one Televisa, TV Azteca, SMRTV, or Once TV network.


List of television networks located in the state of Michoacán:
Network name Flagship Programming type Owner Affiliates
Canal de las Estrellas XEW 2 soap operas, retro movies and sports Televisa 11
SMRTV XHMOR 2 educational Gobierno de Michoacán 12
Canal 5 XHGC 5 cartoons, movies, and series Televisa 4
Azteca 7 XHIMT 7 sports, series, and movies TV Azteca 2
Galavisión XEQ 9 retro programming and sports Televisa 1
Once TV XEIPN 11 educational and cultural National Polytechnic Institute 1
Azteca 13 XHDF 13 news, soap operas, and sports TV Azteca 3
Independent varies Independent 1

List of television stations

RF VC Callsign Location Network Analog ERP Digital ERP Concessionaire/Permittee
2 XHAPZ-TV Apatzingán Canal de las Estrellas 38 kW Televimex
4 XHAPA-TV Apatzingán SMRTV 5.746 kW Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán
47 XHAPN-TV Apatzingán Canal 5 89 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte
13 XHCHM-TV Ciudad Hidalgo Canal de las Estrellas 28 kW Televimex
33 XHMHG-TV Ciudad Hidalgo SMRTV 2.182 kW Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán
7 XHMJI-TV Jiquilpan SMRTV 1.016 kW Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán
10 XHPMG-TV La Piedad SMRTV .26 kW Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán
6 XHLAM-TV Lazaro Cárdenas SMRTV 1.15 kW Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán
26 7 XHLCM-TV Lazaro Cárdenas Azteca 13 4.941 kW 9.18 kW Televisión Azteca
11 XHLAC-TV Lazaro Cárdenas Canal 5 14.85 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte
13 XHLBT-TV Lazaro Cárdenas Canal de las Estrellas 14.53 kW Televimex
12 XHLRM-TV Los Reyes Canal de las Estrellas 20 kW Televimex
2 XHMOR-TV Morelia SMRTV 15 kW Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán
47 4 XHFX-TV Morelia Gala TV 30 kW 47.2 kW Televisión de Michoacán
43 10 XHKW-TV Morelia Canal de las Estrellas 30 kW 47.2 kW Jose Humberto y Loucille, Martínez Morales
29 21 XHMOW-TV Morelia Canal 5 3829 kW 338 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte
32 39 XHBUR-TV Morelia Azteca 7 2000 kW 257.89 kW Televisión Azteca
45 44 XHOPMO-TV Morelia Canal Once 44.76 kW 10.93 kW Sistema Público de Radiodifusión del Estado Mexicano
8 24 XHCBM-TV Pátzcuaro
(Cerro Burro)
Azteca 13 265 kW 66.42 kW Televisión Azteca
9 XHPUM-TV Puruandiro Canal de las Estrellas 23 kW Televimex
26 XHMPU-TV Puruandiro SMRTV 2.182 kW Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán
8 XHSAM-TV Sahuayo de Morelos-Jiquilpan Canal de las Estrellas 18 kW Televimex
31 XHMTC-TV Tacámbaro SMRTV 2.182 kW Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán
30 5 XHURT-TV Uruapan
(Cerro Burro)
Canal de las Estrellas 100 kW 338 kW Televimex
10 XHURU-TV Uruapan SMRTV 2.703 kW Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán
27 13 XHBG-TV Uruapan Gala TV 325 kW 300 kW Canal 13 de Michoacán
34 XHMZA-TV Zacapu SMRTV 2.182 kW Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán
3 XHZMT-TV Zamora Canal de las Estrellas 22.27 kW Televimex
10 XHTZA-TV Zamora SMRTV 2.703 kW Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán
25 28 XHZAM-TV Zamora Canal 5 184.44 kW 32 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte
23 48 XHRAM-TV Zamora Azteca 7 1995.82 kW 30.85 kW Televisión Azteca
9 XHZIM-TV Zinapécuaro Canal de las Estrellas 45 kW Televimex
3 XHZMM-TV Zitácuaro Canal de las Estrellas 2.77 kW Televimex
13 XHMZI-TV Zitácuaro SMRTV 1 kW Gobierno del Estado de Michoacán
46 23 XHTCM-TV Zitácuaro Azteca 13 9.45 kW 16.21 kW Televisión Azteca


  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de TV. Last modified 2014-11-26. Retrieved 2014-12-04.
  2. ^ Mexico Radio Television
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