Proyecto 40

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Proyecto 40
Type Television network
Country Mexico
First air date
June 19, 1995
Availability National
Headquarters Mexico City, Mexico
Owner TV Azteca
Launch date
June 19, 1995 (1995-06-19)
Former names
CNI (1995-1998, 2000-2002)
Azteca 40 (1998-2000, 2002-2003)
Picture format
1080p (HDTV)
Official website
www.proyecto40.com

Proyecto 40, is a television network operated by TV Azteca in Mexico. Programming generally consists of news, informational and entertainment shows. XHTVM is the flagship station of the network.

History[edit]

Main article: XHTVM-TV

Proyecto 40 grew from a single station, XHTVM-TV in Mexico City, which signed on in 1995. XHTVM was originally majority-owned and operated by Javier Moreno Valle as CNI Canal 40, a news-oriented outlet.

On July 29, 1998,[1] CNI partnered with TV Azteca, becoming "Azteca 40", TV Azteca's third station. Under this partnership, TV Azteca sold the advertising time and programmed 21.5 hours of the station's broadcast day; CNI retained 2.5 hours a day of programming. The partnership was broken off in 2000 when Moreno Valle turned on Azteca, alleging breach of contract. Azteca would take control of the station again in December 2002, when it used private security guards to forcibly take over the Cerro del Chiquihuite transmitter site, and again in 2005, after CNI shut down due to an employee strike and Azteca worked with minority owner Hernán Cabalceta to ensure it had the legal rights to broadcast. The current Proyecto 40 started broadcasting in early 2006.

Current programming[edit]

Proyecto 40's programming under Azteca management currently consists of a mix of programming including newscasts, panel discussions, and general entertainment shows. TV Azteca and Showtime in the United States signed an agreement in September 2008 under which Proyecto 40 began to carry Dexter, Nurse Jackie and other Showtime programs.

Rebroadcasters[edit]

Prior to 2012, Proyecto 40 could be seen throughout Mexico via cable or satellite television. Proyecto 40's over-the-air coverage was significantly expanded in November 2012, when Azteca 13 network stations across México began to carry it as a digital subchannel in high definition.[2]

The following list is of all of Proyecto 40 affiliates as of November 2013.[3]

CH Callsign Market
5.2 XHAQ Mexicali, Baja California
San Luis Rio Colorado
27.2 XHJK Tijuana, Baja California
11.2 XHCJE Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua
13.2 XHGDP Torreon, Coahuila
Gomez Palacio
40.1 XHTVM Mexico City, Distrito Federal
12.2 XHMAS Celaya, Guanajuato
Guanajuato
Irapuato
13.2 XHJAL Guadalajara, Jalisco
Tequila
Tlaquepaque
Tonala
Zapopan
6.2 XHXEM Toluca, Mexico
Coacalco de Berriozabal
Metepec
Nicolas Romero
Tecamac
Tultitlan
13.2 XHCUR Cuernavaca, Morelos
Jiutepec
4.2 XHWX Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
Guadalupe
San Nicolas de los Garza
San Pedro Garza Garcia
6.2 XHPUR Puebla, Puebla
San Pedro Cholula
9.2 XHQUR Queretaro, Queretaro
San Juan del Rio
11.2 XHMTA Matamoros, Tamaulipas
21.2 XHLNA Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
12.2 XHREY Reynosa, Tamaulipas
Rio Bravo
13.2 XHIC Xalapa, Veracruz
Boca del Rio
Perote
Veracruz
11.2 XHDH Merida, Yucatan
Progreso

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