Television stations in the State of Mexico

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The following is a list of all IFT-licensed over-the-air television stations broadcasting in the Mexican state of Mexico.[1][2] There are 14 television stations in the State of Mexico which are affiliated to at least one Televisa, TV Azteca, Televisión Mexiquense, or Canal Once network.

Networks[edit]

Network Stations
Canal de las Estrellas 3
Canal 5 4
Gala TV 2
Televisa Regional 1
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Azteca 7 1
Azteca Trece 1
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Canal Once 2
Televisión Mexiquense 31
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1Includes XHPTP-TV Pico Tres Padres (municipality of Coacalco). That station is listed under Distrito Federal.

List of television stations[edit]

RF VC Callsign Location Network Analog ERP Digital ERP Concessionaire/Permittee
42 8 XEX-TV Altzomoni Canal 5 325 kW 45 kW Televimex
36 10 XHTM-TV Altzomoni Canal de las Estrellas 325 kW 45 kW Televimex
47 32 XHATZ-TV Altzomoni Gala TV 3532.89 kW 236 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte
12 XHTEJ-TV Tejupilco Televisión Mexiquense 1.81 kW Gobierno del Estado de México
27 6 XHXEM-TV Toluca/Jocotitlán Azteca 13 100 kW 92.8 kW Televisión Azteca
44 8 XEQ-TV[note 1] Toluca/Jocotitlán Gala TV 150 kW Televimex
39 10 XHTOL-TV Toluca/Jocotitlán Canal de las Estrellas 325 kW 45 kW Televimex
51 12 XHGEM-TV Toluca/Jocotitlán Televisión Mexiquense 150 kW 250 kW Gobierno del Estado de México
35 19 XHLUC-TV Toluca/Jocotitlán Azteca 7 2000 kW 92.02 kW Televisión Azteca
30 XHOPEM-TDT Toluca/Jocotitlán Canal Once 168.68 kW Sistema Público de Radiodifusión del Estado Mexicano
43 31 XHTOK-TV Toluca/Jocotitlán Canal 5 2437.740 kW 280 kW Radiotelevisora de México Norte
21 7 XHVBM-TV Valle de Bravo Canal Once .542 kW 2.82 kW Instituto Politécnico Nacional

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This station, while licensed as a repeater of XEQ in Mexico City, airs its own locally-targeted programming under the name Gala TV Estado de México.

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