XEFB-TV

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XEFB
Monterrey, Nuevo León
Mexico
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
FOROtv
XHCNL
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.

History[edit]

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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