Television stations in Coahuila

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The following is a list of all IFT-licensed over-the-air television stations broadcasting in the Mexican state of Coahuila.[1][2] There are 41 television stations in Coahuila which are affiliated to at least one Televisa, TV Azteca, Multimedios, or Once TV network. Texas border cities television stations which also cover Coahuila border cities are also listed.

Networks[edit]

List of television networks located in the state of Coahuila:

Network name Flagship Programming type Owner Affiliates
Canal de las Estrellas XEW 2 soap operas, retro movies and sports Televisa 8
FOROtv XHTV 4 news and talk shows Televisa 0
Canal 5 XHGC 5 cartoons, movies, and series Televisa 6
Azteca 7 XHIMT 7 sports, series, and movies TV Azteca 5
Galavisión XEQ 9 retro programming and sports Televisa 2
Once TV XEIPN 11 educational and cultural National Polytechnic Institute 2
Multimedios Television XHAW 12 news, talk shows, and sports Grupo Multimedios 2
Azteca 13 XHDF 13 news, soap operas, and sports TV Azteca 7
Televisa local select from Televisa networks1 Independent 4
Televisa Regional select from Televisa networks1 Televisa 3
Independent varies Independent 2

1: Select programming from Televisa's Canal de las Estrellas, FOROtv, Canal 5, and/or Galavisión networks.

List of television stations[edit]

RF VC Callsign Location Network Analog ERP Digital ERP Concessionaire/Permittee
48 XHWDT-TV Allende Canal de las Estrellas 110 kW Televimex
25 7 XHHE-TV Ciudad Acuña Azteca 13 3 kW 4.21 kW Televisión Azteca
34 XHAMC-TV Ciudad Acuña Canal de las Estrellas 130 kW Televimex
58 XHCAW-TV Ciudad Acuña // XHRCG-TV 12.79 kW Hilda Graciela Rivera Flores
64 XHCHW-TV Ciudad Acuña Canal 5 104.9 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte
13 XHSBC-TV Nueva Rosita Azteca 7 0.5 kW Televisión Azteca
23 XHRDC-TV Nueva Rosita Canal de las Estrellas 116.09 kW Televimex
29 XHNOH-TV Nueva Rosita Canal 5 116.09 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte
7 XHMAP-TV Monclova .3 kW Comité Pro-Antena Parabólica de Monclova
24 9 XHHC-TV Monclova Azteca 13 24.983 kW 11.69 kW Televisión Azteca
27 11 XHMLA-TV Monclova Azteca 7 50 kW 11.66 kW Televisión Azteca
29 XHMLC-TV Monclova Canal 5 77 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte
35 XHMOT-TV Monclova Canal de las Estrellas 74.43 kW Televimex
4 XHPAC-TV Parras de la Fuente Canal de las Estrellas 10 kW Televimex
5 XHAE-TV Parras de la Fuente Gala TV 4 kW T.V. de Los Mochis
29 7 XHPFC-TV Parras de la Fuente Azteca 13 2.87 kW 10.92 kW Televisión Azteca
28 12 XHPFE-TV Parras de la Fuente Azteca 7 5 kW 10.93 kW Televisión Azteca
3 XHPN-TV Piedras Negras Televisa Regional 42.91 kW Televimex
32 6 XHPNG-TV Piedras Negras Azteca 13 100 kW 16.33 kW Televisión Azteca
22 XHPNW-TV Piedras Negras Independent 270 kW Super Medios de Coahuila
46 XHPNT-TV Piedras Negras Canal de las Estrellas 98 kW Televimex
52 XHPNH-TV Piedras Negras Canal 5 96.5 kW Televimex
26 4 XHCJ-TV Sabinas Azteca 13 29.6 kW 9.98 kW Televisión Azteca
5 XHSDD-TV Sabinas Independent 1.926 kW Telesistemas de Coahuila
2 XEFB-TV[note 1] Saltillo Televisa Regional 15 kW T.V. de Los Mochis
39 4 XHWX-TV Saltillo Azteca 13 49.774 kW Televisión Azteca
24[3] 5 XHAE-TV Saltillo Gala TV 70 kW 45 kW T.V. de Los Mochis
7 XHRCG-TV Saltillo Televisa local 10.62 kW Roberto Casimiro González Treviño
9 XHX-TV Saltillo Canal de las Estrellas 70 kW Televimex
11 XHAW-TV Saltillo Multimedios Televisión 50 kW Televisión Digital
13 XHSCE-TV Saltillo Canal Once 8.46 kW Instituto Politécnico Nacional
20 25 XHSTC-TV Saltillo Canal 5 176.54 kW 45 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte
33 44 XHLLO-TV Saltillo Azteca 7 1997.38 kW 8.74 kW Televisión Azteca
35 4 XELN-TV Torreón Gala TV 100 kW 150 kW Televimex
43 6 XHGZP-TV Torreón Azteca 7 49.93 kW 187.38 kW Televisión Azteca
23 9 XHOAH-TV Torreón Multimedios Televisión 180.7 kW 21.5 kW Multimedios Televisión
46 11 XHO-TV Torreón Canal de las Estrellas 310 kW 150 kW Canales de Televisión Populares
39 13 XHGDP-TV Torreón Azteca 7 100 kW 188.17 kW Televisión Azteca
47 40 XHTOB-TV Torreón Canal 5 698.46 kW 150 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte

Texas border stations[edit]

Some Coahuila cities along the Rio Grande border other Texas cities. These Texas cities sometimes have television stations that also serve their Coahuila counterparts.
AC refers to analog channel VC refers to the station's PSIP virtual channel. RF refers to the station's physical RF channel.

Area served City of license AC VC RF ERP Callsign Network Notes
Ciudad Acuña Del Rio  •  • 28.1 1,000 kW KYVV VasalloVision  •
Hidalgo Laredo  • 8.1 8.1 20 kW KGNS NBC  •
Hidalgo Laredo  • 8.2 8.2 20 kW KGNSDT2 The CW  •
Hidalgo Laredo  • 8.3 8.3 20 kW KGNSDT3 Telemundo  •
Hidalgo Laredo  • 13.1 13.1 3 kW KVTV CBS  •
Hidalgo Laredo  • 15.1 15.1 15 kW KLMV-LD Religious  •
Hidalgo Laredo  • 27.1 19.1 150 kW KLDO Univision  •
Hidalgo Laredo  • 27.4 19.4 150 kW KLDODT4 LATV  •
Hidalgo Laredo  • 31.1 31.1 15 kW KETF-CD Telefutura  •
Hidalgo Laredo 39 27.3 19.3 85 kW KXOF-CD Fox  •
Hidalgo Laredo 55  •  • 9.6 kW KNEX KNEX Audio  •
Piedras Negras Eagle Pass  •  • 16.1 50 kW KVAW Independent  •

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Channel 2 in Saltillo is licensed as a relayer of XEFB-TV channel 2 Monterrey. However, since a change in 2006 moved most of Televisa Monterrey's local output to XHCNL-TV channel 34, Saltillo's channel 2 has relayed that station.

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