Digital: 21 (UHF)|
Virtual: 21 (PSIP)
21.1 Capital 21 |
|Affiliations||Public government broadcaster|
Government of Mexico City|
(Gobierno de la Ciudad de México)
|Founded||March 31, 2010|
|First air date||June 24, 2010|
|Call letters' meaning||XH Ciudad De México|
|Transmitter power||133.57 kW|
It is one of the newest stations in Mexico City; while the government had worked for years to build a station (which, had it signed on in analog, might have been channel 36, 38 or 42), it received its permit on February 22, 2010, and it signed on in 2012.
Programming on XHCDM includes cultural and entertainment programming aimed at the general Mexico City area. XHCDM also has several local newscasts that air on weekdays: a 7am newscast entitled Metrópoli 21 and two newscasts titled A Tiempo 21, one at 2:30pm and the other at 9pm. It also carries news programs from Deutsche Welle, typical of other state networks.
In 2015, XHCDM's digital signal was multiplexed for the first time. A subchannel 21.2 was added, with coverage of the Legislative Assembly of the Federal District. It is titled "Ciudad TV, Canal de la Asamblea" after a 2016 name change.
|Channel||Video||Aspect||PSIP Short Name||Network||Programming|
|22.1||1080i||16:9||XHCDMHD||Capital 21||Main Canal 22 feed|
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