XET-TDT

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XET-TDT
Canal 5 Mexico logo 2014.svg
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
City Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
Branding Canal 5
(Channel 5)
Slogan Televisión como tú quieres
(TV the way you like it)
Channels Digital: 31 (UHF)
Virtual: 6
(5 after October 27, 2016)
Subchannels 6.1 Canal 5 (Televisa Network)-HD
Affiliations Canal 5 (Televisa Network)
Owner Televisa
(Televimex, S.A. de C.V.)
Founded 1960
First air date 1960
Call letters' meaning from XET-AM
Transmitter power 200 kW[1]
Website Televisa Regional
Canal 5

XET-TDT is a television station in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, owned and operated by Televisa. The station carries the Canal 5 network.

History[edit]

XET-TV began broadcasting in 1960, as the first station of Televisión Independiente de México, founded by Bernardo Garza Sada. TIM, backed by Monterrey-area business interests, grew rapidly in the ensuing years, expanding to Mexico City in 1968 and merging with Telesistema Mexicano in 1972 to form Televisa. It remained with the Galavisión/XEQ network, formed from TIM's Mexico City station until the 2000s, when it switched to Canal 5.

Digital television[edit]

Channel Video Aspect Callsign Network Programming
6.1 1080i 16:9 XET-HD Canal 5 (Televisa Network)-HD Main XET-TV Programming

On September 24, 2015, XET shut off its analog signal; its digital signal on UHF channel 31 will remain.[2]

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