|Type||Terrestrial television network|
|Availability||Northeast & North-Central Mexico, Southwestern United States over-the-air,
nationally throughout Mexico and the United States via cable, satellite and IPTV
|Slogan||El Canal Que Todos Vemos
(The Channel We All Watch)
|February 24, 1968|
|Canal 12, 12-AW|
Multimedios Televisión is a network of Spanish language television stations found throughout Mexico. The system is part of Grupo Multimedios. The flagship station of Multimedios is XHAW-TDT located in Monterrey, Nuevo León. Programming features locally produced news, sports, children's shows and general mass appeal variety programming. On weekdays, the network produces around twenty hours of live daily programming, with lesser amounts during the weekends. Throughout its broadcast week, the network produces 58 hours of news programming per week under the branding of Telediario, including a Sunday night public affairs program, Cambios.
The company also has network affiliates in many cities, some of which produce local content. The networks spans Northeast and North-Central Mexico, along with the Southwestern United States through over-the-air availability, but is also available nationally in both countries via cable, satellite and IPTV services.
All of these stations are owned and operated by Grupo Multimedios unless noted otherwise.
|City of license||Station/Channel No. (DT)||Notes|
|Monterrey||XHAW-TDT 12 (25)||Flagship station, subchannels include Milenio TV and Multimedios -2, along with XHJD-FM (branded as "D99") audio over the second audio program
Available in Saltillo on a repeater (analog channel 11, digital channel 51, virtual channel 12)
|Ciudad Victoria||XHVTU-TDT 7 (50)||Milenio TV on 50.2 and Teleritmo on 50.3|
|León||XHLGG-TDT 6 (31)|
|Matamoros||XHVTV-TDT 51 (54.x)||Milenio TV on 54.2 and Teleritmo on 54.3|
|Nuevo Laredo||XHNAT-TDT 32 (45.x)||Milenio TV on 45.2 and Teleritmo on 45.3|
|Tampico||XHTAO-TDT 6 (47)||Milenio TV on 6.2 and Teleritmo on 6.3|
|Torreón||XHOAH-TDT 9 (23)||Milenio TV on 9.2 and Teleritmo on 9.3|
All American Multimedios affiliates are owned and operated by other broadcasters, due to FCC regulations regarding foreign ownership of radio and TV stations. The network leased stations from Mako Communications until early 2007.
The American version of the network feed features American direct response advertising and public service announcements laid over the main Monterrey feed, along with some programming substitutions (mainly Monterrey-specific local shows and paid programming for second runs of the network's main shows), such as a repeat of Milenio's 10 p.m. newscast overnights. The main Monterrey feed is available to all viewers, including in the United States, streaming through the network's website and its iOS App Store and Google Play apps, though all other Mexican local feeds are restricted to their local market.
|Market/City of license||Station/Channel No. (DT)||Licensee||Additional notes|
|Houston||KHLM-LD 43.1||Lotus Communications Corporation||KHLM is effectively marketed as the American flagship of the network, including their channel positions being called out in some programs, and hosts road tours of Multimedios's variety programming and hosts, which take place at Houston area venues.|
|Phoenix||KPHE-LD 44.1 (16)||Lotus Communications Corporation||Part-time affiliate; shared with Telemax.|
|San Diego||K09YL-D 9.1||International Communications Network Inc.||Part-time affiliate; shared with Tr3́s|
|Salt Lake City||KTMW 20.4||Alpha & Omega Communications, LLC|
|El Paso/Juarez||K26KJ-D 25.1 (26)||BGM License LLC||Formerly K40FW. Sister station to XHIJ-TDT.|
|Rio Grande City||KTLM 40.4||NBCUniversal||Milenio Televisión on 40.2; The only Telemundo-O&O affiliated with that network|
Multimedios is available across the United States on many cable and IPTV systems, including Time Warner Cable, Comcast, Charter, AT&T U-Verse, Verizon FiOS and Grande Communications. It is carried in both standard definition and high definition versions.
Former Multimedios affiliates
|Market/City of license||Station/Channel No. (DT)||Licensee||Additional Notes|
|Dallas/Fort Worth (Mesquite)||KATA-CD 50 (N/A)||Mako Communications|
|Las Vegas||KVPX-LD 28 (N/A)||Mako Communications|
|Las Vegas (Laughlin)||KMCC 34.1 (32)||Beam Tilt, LLC|
|Bakersfield||K18HD-D N/A (18)||Valley Public Television||VPT acquired station from Mintz Broadcasting in 2007;
has since flash-cut to digital and currently rebroadcasts KVPT
|Amarillo||K64GK 64 (N/A)||Mintz Broadcasting|
|Corpus Christi||K20JT-D 54 (20)||Mintz Broadcasting|
|Lubbock||K24GP 24 (N/A)||Mako Communications|
|Midland||K69IT 69 (N/A)||Mintz Broadcasting|
|San Angelo||K45HW 45 (N/A)||Mintz Broadcasting|
|San Antonio||K51JF 51 (N/A)||Mintz Broadcasting|
|Tampa||WTAM-LD 28 (N/A)||Lotus Communications Corporation||Branded as TV Visión|
|Rio Grande City||KTLM 40.4||NBCUniversal||Had Milenio Televisión on 40.2. Was the only Telemundo O&O affiliated with either network. Both were dropped after NBC bought KTLM.|
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