XHARJ-TV

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XHARJ-TV
Arandas, Jalisco
Branding Televisión Alteña
Channels Analog: 22 (UHF)
Affiliations Independent
Owner Asociación Cultural Arandina, A.C.
Founded May 1, 1994
November 1, 2000 (permit awarded)
Call letters' meaning ARandas Jalisco
Transmitter power Analog: .597 kW[1]
Transmitter coordinates 20°42′43.80″N 102°20′15.80″W / 20.7121667°N 102.3377222°W / 20.7121667; -102.3377222
Website TV Alteña

XHARJ-TV was a local television station in Arandas, Jalisco. Broadcasting on analog channel 22, XHARJ was branded as TV Alteña and offered a schedule featuring several local programs including news (under the title CNR Noticias).

History[edit]

Televisión Alteña's roots date to 1994, when programming began on cable channel 3 with one hour weekly on Sundays. For two years, the hour was filled with ten-minute prerecorded programs.

On November 1, 2000, the permit for XHARJ-TV, a low-powered television station in Arandas, was obtained. This allowed the station to expand to neighboring communities and increase its viewership. The permit expired in March 2005.

In June 2015, given that a permit renewal had never been sought for the station, the permit was terminated.[2]

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