XHFN-TV

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XHFN-TV
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Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
Channels Analog: 7 (VHF)
Digital: 43 (UHF)
Virtual: 7 (PSIP)
Affiliations Azteca 7
Owner TV Azteca
Founded February 1974
Transmitter power 324.740 kW (analog)
90.687 kW (digital)[1]
Transmitter coordinates 25°37′29.30″N 100°19′13.40″W / 25.6248056°N 100.3203889°W / 25.6248056; -100.3203889
Website TV Azteca Noreste

XHFN-TV is the television call sign for the TV Azteca television station in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. The station is affiliated to the Azteca 7 network and also serves as a flagship station to the Northeastern states of Mexico.[2] Azteca 7 Noreste produces regional news, programming, and advertisement which is inserted during Azteca 7's national news feeds. Azteca Noreste is available to Mexican states of Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas, and Coahuila.[3] Regular Azteca 7 programming can be seen XHFN's digital channel.

History[edit]

XHFN signed on in February 1974[4] on channel 8, under the auspices of CEMPAE (Centro para el Estudio de Medios y Procedimientos Avanzados de la Educación, or "Center for the Study of Advanced Media and Education Processes"). It primarily broadcast educational programs and telecourses.

In the 1980s XHFN became one of several local stations under the auspices of Imevisión, broadcasting programs from its two networks as well as local Monterrey productions, including local news.

In the 1990s XHFN was part of the media package that became Televisión Azteca. Also in this decade, it moved from channel 8 to channel 7.

Digital television[edit]

Channel Video Ratio Callsign Network Programming
7.1 1080i 16:9 XHFN HD Azteca 7-HD Main XHFN HD Programming

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