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Monterrey, Nuevo León
Branding Teleactiva
Slogan Television En Movimiento("TV In Motion")
Channels Analog: 2 (VHF)
59 (UHF), Cerro de la Silla
Digital: 45 (UHF)
Virtual: 2 (PSIP)
Subchannels 2.1 Televisa Regional/FOROtv
Affiliations Televisa Regional
Owner Televisa
First air date July 18, 1968; 46 years ago (1968-07-18)
Former affiliations Independent (to fall 2006)
Transmitter power

Analog: 97.3 kW

Digital: 200 kW
Transmitter coordinates

Analog: 25°37′31.60″N 100°19′15.54″W / 25.6254444°N 100.3209833°W / 25.6254444; -100.3209833

Digital: 25°37′52″N 100°14′04″W / 25.63111°N 100.23444°W / 25.63111; -100.23444
Website Televisa Monterrey

XEFB is the television call sign for the Televisa television station in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico.

In addition to local news and programming, XEFB also airs a selection of Televisa's programming, mostly taken from FOROtv. XEFB also airs local programming, generally reruns of XHCNL (XEFB's sister station) programs.


XEFB signed on in 1968 on channel 3. The station moved to channel 2 in the late 1980s to allow XHWX-TV, a new Imevisión station, to sign on the air.

In 2006, most of XEFB's local programming and focus moved to XHCNL-TV channel 34.

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