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Television stations in Tamaulipas

The following is a list of all IFT-licensed over-the-air television stations broadcasting in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas.[1][2] There are 37 television stations in Tamaulipas which are affiliated to at least one Televisa, TV Azteca, Multimedios, or Once TV network. Texas border cities television stations which also cover Tamaulipas border cities are also listed.

Networks

List of television networks located in the state of Tamaulipas:
Network name Flagship Programming type Owner Affiliates
Canal de las Estrellas XEW 2 soap operas, retro movies and sports Televisa 9
FOROtv XHTV 4 news and talk shows Televisa  •
Canal 5 XHGC 5 cartoons, movies, and series Televisa 3
Azteca 7 XHIMT 7 sports, series, and movies TV Azteca 4
Galavisión XEQ 9 retro programming and sports Televisa 3
Once TV XEIPN 11 educational and cultural Instituto Politecnico Nacional 1
Multimedios Television XHAW 12 news, talk shows, and sports Grupo Multimedios 4
Azteca 13 XHDF 13 news, soap operas, and sports TV Azteca 8
Proyecto 40 XHTVM 40 educational, cultural, and news TV Azteca 3
Televisa Regional 1 select from Televisa networks1 Televisa 3
Televisa local 1 select from Televisa networks1 Independent 1

1: Select programming from Televisa's Canal de las Estrellas, FOROtv, Canal 5, and/or Galavisión networks.

List of television stations

RF VC Callsign Location Network Analog ERP Digital ERP Concessionaire/Permittee
23 5 XHBY-TV Ciudad Mante Azteca 13 10 kW 8.45 kW Televisión Azteca
7 XHVSL-TV Ciudad Mante Televisa local TV Ocho
10 XHMBT-TV Ciudad Mante Canal de las Estrellas 65 kW Televimex
22 XHCMU-TV Ciudad Mante Canal 5 111.8 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte
24 3 XHCVT-TV Ciudad Victoria Azteca 13 20 kW 17.08 kW Televisión Azteca
50 7 XHVTU-TV Ciudad Victoria Multimedios Televisión 325 kW 20 kW Multimedios Televisión
29 9 XHCDT-TV Ciudad Victoria Azteca 7 46.77 kW 16.92 kW Televisión Azteca
31 11 XHTK-TV Ciudad Victoria Canal de las Estrellas 161.2 kW 80 kW Canales de Televisión Populares
13 XHMBT-TV Ciudad Victoria Canal 5 160 kW Televimex
22 XHCVI-TV Ciudad Victoria Gala TV 476.42 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte
4 XHLUT-TV La Rosita-Villagrán Canal de las Estrellas 3.191 kW Televimex
26 2 XHRIO-TV Matamoros MundoFox 98.556 kW 250 kW TVNorte
12 11 XHMTA-TV Matamoros Azteca 13 320 kW 21.36 kW Televisión Azteca
33 14 XHOR-TV Matamoros Azteca 7 2550 kW 62.64 kW Televisión Azteca
51 54 XHVTV-TV Matamoros Multimedios Televisión 853 kW 78.5 kW Televisión Digital
17 2 XEFE-TV Nuevo Laredo Televisa local 58.3 kW 100 kW Ramona Esparza González
25 11 XHBR-TV Nuevo Laredo Canal de las Estrellas 325 kW 200 kW Televimex
50 21 XHLNA-TV Nuevo Laredo Azteca 13 1135 kW 34.13 kW Televisión Azteca
51 33 XHLAT-TV Nuevo Laredo Azteca 7 1329.9 kW 34.11 kW Televisión Azteca
32 45 XHNAT-TV Nuevo Laredo Multimedios Televisión 597 kW 54.34 kW Multimedios Televisión
38 57 XHLAR-TV Nuevo Laredo Televisa Regional 680 kW 200 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte
30 7 XHAB-TV Reynosa-Matamoros Televisa Regional 325 kW 300 kW Televisora de Occidente
19 9 XERV-TV Reynosa-Matamoros Televisa Regional 325 kW 300 kW Canales de Televisión Populares
36 12 XHREY-TV Reynosa Azteca 13 320 kW 22.62 kW Televisión Azteca
28 17 XHTAM-TV Reynosa Canal de las Estrellas 2550 kW 44 kW Televimex
21 3 XHFET-TV San Fernando Azteca 13 1 kW 0.9 kW Televisión Azteca
25 XHSFT-TV San Fernando Canal de las Estrellas 38.884 kW Televimex
28 3 XHHP-TV Soto La Marina Azteca 13 1.512 kW 5.09 kW Televisión Azteca
10 XHSZT-TV Soto La Marina Canal de las Estrellas 12.87 kW Televimex
21 2 XHTAU-TV Tampico Azteca 7 99.98 kW 30.54 kW Televisión Azteca
43 4 XHD-TV Tampico Canal 5 100 kW 180 kW Canales de Televisión Populares
47 6 XHTAO-TV Tampico Multimedios Televisión 42.83 kW 12.5 kW Multimedios Televisión
42 7 XHGO-TV Tampico Canal de las Estrellas 325 kW Televisora del Golfo
26 9 XHFW-TV Tampico Gala TV 50 kW Flores y Flores
29 12 XHWT-TV Tampico Azteca 13 149.95 kW 30.2 kW Televisión Azteca
39 24 XHTPZ-TV Tampico Televisa regional 1626.66 kW 50 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte
30 35 XHOPTA-TV Tampico Canal Once 77.48 kW 20.42 kW Sistema Público de Radiodifusión del Estado Mexicano

Texas border stations

Some Tamaulipas cities along the Rio Grande border other Texas cities. These Texas cities sometimes have television stations that also serve their Tamaulipas counterparts.
AC refers to analog channel VC refers to the station's PSIP virtual channel. RF refers to the station's physical RF channel.
Area served City of license AC VC RF ERP Callsign Network Notes
Nuevo Laredo Laredo  • 8.1 8.1 20 kW KGNS NBC  •
Nuevo Laredo Laredo  • 8.2 8.2 20 kW KGNS-DT2 The CW  •
Nuevo Laredo Laredo  • 8.3 8.3 20 kW KGNS-DT3 Telemundo  •
Nuevo Laredo Laredo  • 13.1 13.1 3 kW KVTV CBS  •
Nuevo Laredo Laredo  • 14.1 14.1 15 kW KNEX Testing  •
Nuevo Laredo Laredo  • 15.1 15.1 15 kW KLMV BVB  •
Nuevo Laredo Laredo  • 15.2 15.2 15 kW KLMV-LP2 TeLe-Romantica  •
Nuevo Laredo Laredo  • 15.3 15.3 15 kW KLMV-LD3 Televida Laredo  •
Nuevo Laredo Laredo  • 27.1 19.1 150 kW KLDO Univision  •
Nuevo Laredo Laredo  • 27.2 19.2 150 kW KLDO-DT2 LATV  •
Nuevo Laredo Laredo  • 31.1 31.1 15 kW KETF-CD Unimas  •
Nuevo Laredo Laredo  • 39.1 27.3 3.5 kW KXOF-CD Fox  •
Nuevo Laredo Laredo  • 39.2 27.4 3.5 kW KXOF-CD2 MundoFox  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Harlingen  • 4.1 31.1 1,000 kW KGBT CBS  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Harlingen  • 4.2 31.2 1,000 kW KGBTDT2 Mexicanal  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Harlingen  • 4.3 31.3 1,000 kW KGBTDT3 Inmigrante TV  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Weslaco  • 5.1 13.1 57 kW KRGV ABC  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Weslaco  • 5.2 13.2 57 kW KRGVDT2 LATV  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Weslaco  • 5.3 13.3 57 kW KRGVDT3 RTV  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Weslaco  • 5.4 13.4 57 kW KRGVDT4 First Warn Doppler Radar  •
Reynosa/Matamoros McAllen 20 48.2 49.2 12 kW KXFX-CA Telefutura Repeaters: 21 48
Reynosa/Matamoros Brownsville  • 23.1 24.1 1,000 kW KVEO NBC  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Brownsville  • 23.2 24.2 1,000 kW KVEODT2 Estrella TV  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Brownsville 28 15.1 15.1 15 kW KJST Telefrontera  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Harlingen  • 38.1 38.1 1,000 kW KMBH PBS  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Harlingen  • 38.2 38.2 1,000 kW KMBHDT2 V-me  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Harlingen  • 38.3 38.3 1,000 kW KMBHDT3 EWTN  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Rio Grande City  • 40.1 40.1 355 kW KTLM Telemundo  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Harlingen  • 44.1 34.1 45 kW KLUJ TBN  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Harlingen  • 44.2 34.2 45 kW KLUJDT2 The Church Channel  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Harlingen  • 44.3 34.3 45 kW KLUJDT3 JCTV  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Harlingen  • 44.4 34.4 45 kW KLUJDT4 TBN Enlace USA  •
Reynosa/Matamoros Harlingen  • 44.5 34.5 45 kW KLUJDT5 Smile of a Child TV  •
Reynosa/Matamoros McAllen  • 48.1 49.1 1,000 kW KNVO Univision  •
Reynosa/Matamoros McAllen 67 48.4 49.4 13 kW KFXV-LD The CW  •

Resources

  • Comision Federal de Comunicaciones: Telecommunication Infrastructure in Mexico
  • Query the FCC's TV station database for Tamaulipas

References

  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de TV. Last modified 2014-11-26. Retrieved 2014-07-28.
  2. ^ Mexico Radio Television
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