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Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico
(Cerro Las Lajas)
Channels Analog: 4 (VHF)
Digital: 50 (UHF)
Network TV MÁS HD
Owner Radiotelevisión de Veracruz
(Gobierno del Estado de Veracruz)
Founded 1980
Transmitter power 100 kW (analog)
248 kW (digital)
Transmitter coordinates

TV MÁS HD is the state-owned public broadcaster serving the Mexican state of Veracruz.[1]

TV MÁS was established in January 1980 by the Secretaría de Educación y Cultura of Veracruz, after receiving its permit on October 23, 1978.[2] XHGV, a landmark venture into television by state government, was conceived as a center for audiovisual production and educational/cultural broadcasting. Its mandate includes coverage of subjects such as security and civil defense, health and justice, food, economic development, protection of nature and the environment as well as the promotion of civic values within Veracruzan society.


TV MÁS (XHGV-TV 4) is distributed statewide by multiple repeater stations located throughout Veracruz. Two digital stations signed on in 2014:[3]

XHGV-TV 4 Las Lajas 100 kW
XHVCA-TV 33 Cerro Azul 287.7 kW
XHGVC-TV 21 (TDT 22) Coatzacoalcos 87.12 kW
XHVTA-TV 33 Huayacocotla 19.96 kW
XHVIM-TV 7 Ixhuatlan de Madero 50W
XHZOT-TV 29 Mecayapan 98.03 kW
XHCDB-TV 3 Orizaba 5.04 kW
XHGVS-TV 13 (TDT 26) San Andres Tuxtla 1.39 kW

TV MÁS is also available continent-wide on SATMEX 6 C-band satellite (4068.5 MHz, V, 9.5 Mbit/s, DVB-S).

Contact information

Radiotelevisión de Veracruz,
Cerro de la Galaxia S/N, Col. Unidad del Bosque.
Xalapa, Veracruz
Tel. 01 228 8423500


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  2. ^ Mentioned in 1998 permit renewal
  3. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de TV. Last modified 2014-11-26. Retrieved 2014-07-01.
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