|Channels||Analog: 13 (VHF)|
|Owner||Patronato Cultural de Televisión de Matamoros, Tamps., A.C.|
|Founded||January 22, 1991|
|Last air date||June 29, 2007 (permit cancellation)|
|Transmitter power||1.5 kW|
XHEW-TV was the television call sign for the local Once TV repeater in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico. It was owned by Patronato Cultural de Televisión de Matamoros, Tamps., A.C., which was in turn represented by José Julián Sacramento Garza, a one-time senator and federal deputy for Tamaulipas.
XHEW was authorized on January 22, 1991.
The station went dark by 1999 due to equipment failure; its permit was cancelled by Cofetel in 2007. Virtual channel 13 is now occupied by Imagen Televisión and its Reynosa-Matamoros transmitter, XHCTRM-TDT. Also, physical VHF channel 13 is now occupied by Weslaco's ABC affiliate KRGV-TV.
- CFT: Infrastructure of TV Stations, June 2010 Archived October 25, 2010, at the Wayback Machine. (station was already dark)
- SCT: "XHEW-TV CHANNEL 13 MATAMOROS, TAMAULIPAS.- Termination notice of authorization 591 of January 22, 1991", 6/29/2007 Archived July 14, 2014, at the Wayback Machine. (in Spanish)
- Radio-Info: "KRGV-DT 13 Rio Grande Valley", 8/26/2009. (includes translation of Cofetel notice)
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