Canal 5 (Televisa Network)

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Canal 5
Type Terrestrial television network
Branding Canal 5
Country  Mexico
First air date
May 10, 1952
Availability Nationally
Founded May 10, 1952May 10, 1952
by Guillermo González Camarena
Motto Lo traes (You bring it [on][1])
Slogan TV como tú quieres (TV the way as you like it)
Licence area
Nationally
Headquarters Mexico City, Mexico
Broadcast area
Nationally
Area  Mexico
Owner Televisa
Launch date
May 10, 1952
Dissolved Currently on air
Channel 50
Channel 5
Channel 105
Channel 105
Channel 105
Callsigns XHGC-TV
Callsign meaning
XH González Camarena (Last name of the TV color inventor, Guillermo González Camarena)
Official website
Canal 5 (Televisa)

Canal 5 is a television network owned by Televisa, broadcasting from Mexico City and originating from its flagship station, XHGC-TV. Most programming on this station is intended for children and young people, while at night usually features foreign drama and action series, as well as movies. Sporting events like the Olympic Games and FIFA World Cup matches are also broadcast on Canal 5.

Programming[edit]

Children's programming[edit]

Prime-time programming[edit]

[PS] Preschool programming
[Y] Youth programming
[PT] Prime-time programming
[PM] Canal 5 "PM" Block

Affiliates[edit]

The following is a list of all full-time Canal 5 affiliates:[2][3]

CH Callsign City of License Power DT DT Power Owner / Operator
13 XHAG Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes 20 kW 35.1 Televimex
17 XHENJ Ensenada, Baja California 79 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
32 XHMEX Mexicali, Baja California 2,000 kW  •  • Televimex
4 XHSFE San Felipe, Baja California .35 kW  •  • Patronato Pro-TV
6 XETV Tijuana, Baja California 1,250 kW 6.2 402 kW Radio-Television
Bay City Television
4 XHLPB La Paz, Baja California Sur 52 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
12 XHAN Campeche, Campeche 68 kW  •  • Televimex
5 XHCMZ Comitan de Dominguez, Chiapas 20 kW  •  • Radiotelevisa de Mexico Norte
11 XHSNC San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas 48 kW  •  • Radiotelevisa de Mexico Norte
7 XHAA Tapachula, Chiapas 115 kW  •  • Televimex
8 XHTX Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas 43 kW  •  • Individual
13 XHCDE Delicias, Chihuahua 14 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
56 XHJUB Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua 2,000 kW 33.1 300 kW Televisora de Occidente
5 XHFI Chihuahua, Chihuahua 88 kW  •  • Canales de Television Populares
64 XHCHW Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila 105 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
29 XHNOH Nueva Rosita, Coahuila 116 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
29 XHMLC Monclova, Coahuila 77 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
52 XHPNH Piedras Negras, Coahuila 97 kW  •  • Televimex
25 XHSTC Saltillo, Coahuila 176.5 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico norte
40 XHTOB Torreon, Coahuila 698.5 kW 47.1  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico norte
5 XHCC Colima, Colima 14 kW  •  • XHCC Television
5 XHGC Mexico, Distrito Federal 64 kW 50.1 270 kW Televimex
25 XHLEJ León, Guanajuato 1,558 kW 24.1 Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
4 XHAL Acapulco, Guerrero 100 kW 23.1 Televimex
2 XHCHN Chilpancingo, Guerrero 13 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
11 XHIGN Iguala, Guerrero 41 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
2 XHIXG Zihuatanejo, Guerrero 33 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
5 XHATU Atotonilco El Alto, Jalisco 14 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
5 XHAUM Autlan de Navarro, Jalisco 22 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
21 XHGUE Guadalajara, Jalisco 2,371 kW 22.1 Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
4 XHPVE Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco 34 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
4 XEX Altzomoni, Mexico 325 kW 42.1 Televimex
31 XHTOK Toluca, México 2,438 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
47 XHAPN Apatzingan, Michoacán 89 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
11 XHLAC Lazaro Cardenas, Michoacán 15 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
21 XHMOW Morelia, Michoacán 3,829 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
28 XHZAM Zamora, Michoacán 184 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
5 XHTFL Tepic, Nayarit 14 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
6 XET Monterrey, Nuevo León 75 kW 31.1 200 kW Televimex
2 XHHHN Huajuapan de León, Oaxaca 36 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
5 XHOXO Oaxaca, Oaxaca 100 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
9 XHPAO Palma Sola, Oaxaca 200 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
4 XHPIX Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca 12 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
3 XEZ Querétaro, Querétaro 50 kW 29.1 Televimex
4 XHCCN Cancún, Quintana Roo 100 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
6 XHCHF Chetumal, Quintana Roo 51 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
5 XHCDV Ciudad Valles, San Luis Potosi 12 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
2 XHSLT San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosi 100 kW  •  • Televimex
22 XHCUI Culiacan, Sinaloa 2,581 kW 24.1 Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
28 XHLMI Los Mochis, Sinaloa 2,589 kW 28.1  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
4 XHMAF Mazatlan, Sinaloa 100 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
63 XHCBO Caborca, Sonora 39 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
36 XHCDO Ciudad Obregón, Sonora 1,500 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
28 XHGUY Guaymas, Sonora 35 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
29 XHHMS Hermosillo, Sonora 184 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
38 XHNON Nogales, Sonora 103 kW  •  • Televimex
13 XHLL Villahermosa, Tabasco 77 kW  •  • Television de Tabasco
22 XHCMU Ciudad Mante, Tamaulipas 110 kW  •  • Televimex
13 XHUT Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas 160 kW  •  • Televimex
4 XHD Tampico 100 kW 43.1  • Televimex
4 XHCOV Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz 93 kW 27.1 Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
9 XHAI Las Lajas, Veracruz 316 kW 41.1 Televimex
4 XHMEN Merida, Yucatán 69 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte
4 XHSMZ Sombrerete, Zacatecas 16 kW  •  • Radiotelevisora de Mexico Norte

References[edit]

  1. ^ In Spanish, the phrase "Lo traes" doesn't need to specify the position of the thing brought. It has deducted it's "on".
  2. ^ Comision Federal de Comunicaciones: Telecommunication Infrastructure in Mexico (Spanish)
  3. ^ Mexico Radio Television

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