XHLNA-TV

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XHLNA-TV
Azteca Trece 2011 logo.svg
Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
Slogan Vive la tele
(Live the TV)
Channels Analog: 21 (UHF)
Digital: 50 (UHF)
Affiliations Azteca 13
Owner TV Azteca
Founded 1997
Transmitter power Analog: 1,135 kW
Digital: 34 kW
Website Azteca Trece
Azteca Noreste

XHLNA-TV channel 21 is the television call sign for the TV Azteca television station in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico. The station is affiliated to the Azteca 13 network and is part of Azteca 13 Noreste. This channel also broadcasts local news and programming. XHLNA also broadcasts in HDTV on digital channel 50.1 (virtual channel 21.1). This station was among the first in Mexico to broadcast in digital signal. Azteca 13 Noreste programming can be seen on its analog channel.[1][2]

Digital services[edit]

XHLNA-TV broadcasts in HDTV on channel 50.1 and tested Azteca 13 programming in 3D on August 20, 2011 on sub-channel 50.2 [3] On November 30, 2012, XHLNA started broadcasting Proyecto 40 programming on subchannel 50.2.[4]

DT Callsign Network
50.1 (1080i) XHLNA Azteca 13–HD
50.2 (1080i) Pro40HD Proyecto 40–HD

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.[5]

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