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Xhmor-tv

XHMOR-TV
Morelia, Michoacán, México
Branding SMRTV
Channels Analog: 2 (VHF)
Translators see below
Owner Sistema Michoacána de Radio y Televisión
(Estado de Michoacán)
Sister station(s) Radio Michoacán
Transmitter power 15 kW
Website michoacan.gob.mx/smrtv

SMRTV is a public television station operated by Sistema Michoacána de Radio y Televisión which serves the Mexican state of Michoacán. SMRTV's programming primarily consists of scientific, cultural and educational content, along with news and sport coverage.

Transmitters

SMRTV uses a network of terrestrial television transmitters to provide statewide coverage.

XHMOR-TV 2 Morelia 15 kW
XHAPA-TV 4 Apatzingan 5.75 kW
XHLAM-TV 6 Lazaro Cardenas 1.15 kW
XHMJI-TV 7 Jiquilpan de Juarez 1.02 kW
XHPMG-TV 10 La Piedad 260W
XHTZA-TV 10 Zamora 2.7 kW
XHURU-TV 10 Uruapan 2.7 kW
XHMZI-TV 13 Zitacuaro 1 kW
XHMPU-TV 26 Puruandiro 2.18 kW
XHMTC-TV 31 Tacambaro 2.18 kW
XHMHG-TV 33 Ciudad Hidalgo 2.18 kW
XHMZA-TV 34 Zacapu 2.18 kW
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