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Mexicali, Baja California
San Luis, Sonora
City of license Mexicali, B.C
Slogan Tu Canal
(Your Channel)
Channels Analog: 3 (VHF)
Digital: 47 (UHF)
Virtual: 3 (VHF)
Affiliations Televisa Regional
El Canal de las Estrellas
Canal 5
Owner Grupo Televisa, S.A. de C.V.
(Televisora de Mexicali, S.A. de C.V.)
Founded October 1, 1957
Call letters' meaning XH Baja California
Sister station(s) XHBM-TV, XHMEX-TV, XHMEE-TV
Transmitter power 100 KW (analog) / 200 KW
Website Televisa Mexicali

XHBC-TV is the television call sign for the Televisa Regional television station in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico. The station can also be seen in the Yuma, Arizona / El Centro, California area.

In addition to local news and programming, XHBC also airs a selection of programming from all four Televisa networks (Canal de las Estrellas, FOROtv, Canal 5 and GalaTV).

Some of XHBC's resources and news reports are shared with sister stations XEWT-TV in Tijuana and XHS-TV in Ensenada; this is especially evident during the evening Notivisa newscasts.

There are several interesting coincidences between XHBC and Yuma/El Centro Univision affiliate KVYE. Both stations carry many of the same programs. Univision has long carried some Televisa programming in its lineup and this is thus reflected in KVYE's lineup).

Studios and offices are located in Calz. Héctor Terán Terán No. 1366, Col. Bordo Wisteria, 21147. It covers approximately nine hundred thousand inhabitants and reaches more than 200,000 homes. But as of May 25, 2011 XHBC-TV's signal is seen in all Mexico, South America, and the rest of America by SKY Mexico, airing their news in Channel 628 Local News and other programs on channel 145 Local View and in Baja California by Cablemas channel 138 (in the rest of the state) and channel 135 in Mexicali digital signal.


The origins of the canal date back to 1957, when television in Mexicali born as a result of the growing demand for individuals to integrate the events in their community and so when the October 2 of that year, work will begin to installed XEM-TV channel 3 Telesistema Mexican Mexicali (Mexicali now Televisa). The start of transmission of this channel was the October 2, 1957.


  • Notivisa Al Amanecer
  • Notivisa 2 pm
  • Notivisa 6 pm
  • Notivisa 10 pm

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