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Launched August 23, 2005
Owned by Castalia Communications
Broadcast area  United States and  Canada.
DirecTV Channel 412
Dish Network Channel 844
Comcast Selected areas
AT&T U-Verse Selected areas

Mexicanal is a Mexican-based Spanish-language television network launched in 2005 by Castalia Communications and Cablecom. The network's studios and broadcast center is based in the Mexican city of San Luis Potosí.


Mexicanal features news, cultural programming, sports and popular entertainment from public broadcasters, independent producers and public access stations throughout Mexico.

Programming on Mexicanal also includes its daily news program, MX24 Noticias, featuring the top local, national and international news. It is anchored by Cecilia Mendez, with Raul Espinosa and Miguel Gallegos.

Other programs include:

  • De Kiosko en Kiosko, with host Cornelio Garcia visiting different municipalities in Jalisco to explore their culture, customs and traditions
  • Vida y Estilo, a daily magazine show anchored by Marisol Castillo and Alberto Benitta
  • Reportajes de Alvarado, hosted by Eduardo Alvarado featuring the towns of Nuevo León
  • Estampas de Mi Provincia, where Zaida Nayeli and Paco Gómez show us Mexican cuisine, the traditions and the culture of Aguascalientes.
  • Cuadrilatero Fabrica de Campeones, a monthly program that features young, aspiring boxers
  • Supergrupero, featuring Mexico's popular grupera music
  • Club C7, a children's show
  • El Grito de Independencia (The Cry of Independence), La Ruta de Mexico (The Route of Mexico), shows that portrays the festivities and traditions of Mexicans.

Charter Spectrum, AT&T, Mediacom, Comcast and DirecTV offer Mexicanal in their line-ups in the  United States and  Canada.

Mexican affiliates[edit]

City or State Station
 Aguascalientes 26 Aguascalientes TV HD
 Chiapas Canal 10 TV Chiapas
 Campeche Televisión y Radio de Campeche (TRC)
 Mexican Federal District / State of México Canal 34 Mexiquense TV
 Guanajuato TV4 Cuatro of Guanajuato
 Guerrero Soy Guerrero
 Hidalgo Hidalgo Televisión
 Jalisco C7 Jalisco
 Michoacán Telemichoacán
 Nuevo León TV Nuevo León
 Oaxaca Oaxaca TV
 Puebla Puebla TV
 Querétaro Televisión Querétaro www.radioytelevisió
 Quintana Roo Siete Más Televisión
 San Luis Potosí Canal Nueve
 Sonora Telemax
 Tabasco TVT Televisión Tabasqueña
 Veracruz TV MÁS
 Yucatán Canal Trece TV
 Zacatecas Canal B15 Zacatecas



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