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Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes
Branding Canal 26: Radio y Televisión de Aguascalientes
Slogan Tu Canal (Your Station)
Channels Digital: 26.1 (UHF)
Virtual: 6.1
Owner Dirección General de Radio y Televisión de Aguascalientes (RyTA)
(Gobierno del Estado de Aguascalientes)
Founded October 12, 1976; 40 years ago (1976-10-12)
First air date October 12, 1976; 40 years ago (1976-10-12)
Call letters' meaning XH Cerro de los GAllos (transmitter location)
Sister station(s) XHNM-FM, XHRTA-FM
Former channel number(s) 6 (analog, 1976-2015)
Transmitter power 150 kW[1]
Transmitter coordinates 21°39′38″N 102°13′38″W / 21.66056°N 102.22722°W / 21.66056; -102.22722
Canal 26 Livestream

XHCGA-TDT channel 26 is a television station in Aguascalientes City, Mexico. It was established in 1976 on analog channel 6 with the support of the Instituto Cultural de Aguascalientes. It is part of Radio y Televisión de Aguascalientes, the public television and radio broadcaster for the state.

XHCGA programming is heard on the radio on XHNM-FM 98.1 "Teleradio", which signed on in August 2015.


It is operated by Radio y Televisión de Aguascalientes (Radio and Television of Aguascalientes) as an internationally recognized cultural channel with an emphasis on Aguascalientes content and local television production. Its stated mission is to communicate, to inform, to educate, to entertain and promote human development.[2]

The station provides eighty hours a week of educational and cultural programming, much of it via the Instituto Politécnico Nacional's Canal Once national educational network.

In 2015, XHCGA applied for authorization to build a digital television station, XHCGA-TDT channel 26, which came to air on May 4, 2015. XHCGA began branding as channel 26 in December 2015.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de TV. Last modified 2017-02-27. Retrieved 2015-05-04.
  2. ^ "Gobierno del Estado de Aguascalientes". Retrieved 2012-09-12.