Oaxaca TV

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Oaxaca TV
XHAOX-TV
Type Terrestrial television network
Country Mexico Mexico
Availability Oaxaca
Owner Corporación Oaxaqueña de Radio y Televisión
(Estado de Oaxaca)
Official website
http://www.cortv.com.mx

Oaxaca TV is a statewide public television network owned and operated by CORTV (Corporación Oaxaqueña de Radio y Televisión: Oaxacan Radio and Television Corporation), the public broadcaster of the Mexican state of Oaxaca. The network's main station, XHAOX-TV channel 9, is based in the state capital, Oaxaca.

Transmitters[edit]

XHAOX-TV
Oaxaca, Oaxaca
Branding Oaxaca TV
Channels Analog: Canal 9 (VHF)
Translators see table
Owner Corporación Oaxaqueña de Radio y Televisión
Website http://www.cortv.com.mx

"Oaxaca TV" programming is broadcast across Oaxaca via an extensive repeater chain, employing more than fifty transmitters statewide. All transmitters are owned by the government of the State of Oaxaca.[1]

Oaxaca TV is also available on C-band via the SatMex 5 satellite at 116.8°W.[2]

Callsign Ch # Community ERP
XHAIZ-TV 5 San Felipe Jalapa de Díaz 100W
XHAOX-TV 9 Oaxaca 20 kW
XHAPF-TV 2 Acatlán de Pérez Figueroa 700W
XHCPO-TV 9 Concepción Pápalo 20W
XHCRP-TV 9 Corral de Piedra 1890W
XHCYL-TV 2 El Coyul 100W
XHEON-TV 5 El Camaron 100W
XHEOX-TV 4 Santa Cruz Huatulco 700W
XHHEU-TV 2 San Pedro Huamelula 100W
XHHOX-TV 4 Huajuapan de León 700W
XHIOX-TV 2 Ixtepec 520W
XHJBH-TV 4 San Juan Bautista Cuicatlan 20W
XHJBT-TV 2 San Juan Bautista Tuxtepec 1.89 kW
XHJCE-TV 9 San Juan Cacahuatepec 20W
XHJZA-TV 2 Juchitán de Zaragoza 500W
XHLBA-TV 2 Loma Bonita 420W
XHLLM-TV 11 Santo Tomás Tamazulapan 100W
XHMCJ-TV 13 Mariscala de Juárez 100W
XHMHN-TV 9 Miahuatlán de Porfirio Díaz 1.99 kW
XHMRE-TV 2 Matías Romero 20W
XHNEA-TV 4 Teotitlán de Flores Magón 100W
XHNNT-TV 9 Asunción Nochixtlán 500W
XHOTP-TV 2 San Pedro y San Pablo Teposcolula 100W
XHPBO-TV 4 Puerto Ángel 700W
XHPEM-TV 2 Santa María Jalapa del Marqués 100W
XHPOM-TV 2 Palomares 100W
XHPOX-TV 5 Pinotepa Nacional 700W
XHPVU-TV 9 Putla Villa de Guerrero 1 kW
XHRGE-TV 5 Rio Grande 100W
XHSCJ-TV 2 Santa Catarina Juquila 20W
XHSDP-TV 9 San Pedro Pochutla 1.31 kW
XHSGT-TV 5 Santiago Astata 100W
XHSGX-TV 13 San Agustín Loxicha 20W
XHSJL-TV 2 San José Chiltepec 100W
XHSJP-TV 9 Santiago Jamiltepec 20W
XHSLZ-TV 13 Salina Cruz 1 kW
XHSMI-TV 2 Santa María Ixcatlan 20W
XHSPT-TV 2 San Pedro Tapanatepec 700W
XHSST-TV 7 San Sebastian Tlacolula 20W
XHSXL-TV 9 Santiago Juxtlahuaca 520W
XHTCV-TV 4 Santa María Tecomavaca 100W
XHTIU-TV 13 Santa María Huatulco 100W
XHTLO-TV 9 Tlaxiaco 500W
XHTRS-TV 9 Ejutla de Crespo 100W
XHUJZ-TV 2 Huautla de Jiménez 1 kW
XHUOX-TV 9 Puerto Escondido 700W
XHUPO-TV 9 Santa María Tlahuitoltepec 100W
XHVAI-TV 4 Villa Alta 100W
XHVOX-TV 10 San Juan Bautista Valle Nacional 500W
XHVSG-TV 9 Villa Sola de Vega 400W
XHVTP-TV 5 Villa de Tututepec de Melchor Ocampo 1.99 kW
XHXUC-TV 13 San Juan Bautista Coixtlahuaca 100W

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