XHLAT-TV

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XHLAT
Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
Branding Azteca 7
Slogan "Te damos de qué hablar"
("We give you what to talk about")
Channels Analog: 33 (UHF)
Digital: 51 (UHF)
Affiliations Azteca 7
Owner TV Azteca
Founded 1997
Call letters' meaning XH LAredo Tamaulipas
Transmitter power Analog: 1,330 kW
Digital: 34 kW
Website Azteca 7
Azteca Noreste

XHLAT is the call sign for the TV Azteca television station in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico. The station is affiliated to the Azteca 7 network and is part of Azteca 7 Noreste and its programming can be seen on its analog broadcast. XHLAT also broadcasts in HDTV on DTV 50.1 and virtual channel 33.1. Azteca 7 Noreste programming can be seen on its analog channel.[1][2] This station was among the first in Mexico to broadcast in digital signal.[3]

Digital services[edit]

XHLAT-TV broadcasts in HDTV on channel 51.1. In July 2013, XHLAT started broadcasting a blank signal on subchannel 13-20 (51.2) with an ID of FVDld.

VC DT Callsign Network Resolution
33.1 51.1 XHLAT Azteca 7–HD 1080i
13.20 51.2 FVDld Blank

Flashcut to digital[edit]

Nuevo Laredo is one of 6 cities throughout Mexico that must stop broadcasting in analog signal and broadcast only in digital on May, 2014.[4]

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