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City Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua
Branding TuCanal (Your Channel)
Channels Digital: 41 (UHF)
(to move to 30)
Virtual: 2 (PSIP)
Subchannels 2.1 Televisa Regional
Owner Televisa
(Televimex, S.A. de C.V.)
First air date September 27, 1994
Call letters' meaning XH Juárez ChIhuahua
Sister station(s) XEPM-TV, XEJ-TV, XHJUB-TV
Former channel number(s) 32 (analog, 1994-2015)
32 (digital virtual, until 2015)
Former affiliations Canal 5 (1994-2005)
Canal de las Estrellas
Transmitter power 200 kW[1][2]
Height 149 m (489 ft)
Facility ID 198070
Transmitter coordinates 31°42′35.21″N 106°29′38.00″W / 31.7097806°N 106.4938889°W / 31.7097806; -106.4938889
Website televisajuarez.tv

XHJCI-TDT (physical channel 41, virtual channel 2) is a television station in Ciudad Juárez, owned by Televisa. It carries all of Televisa's local programming for Ciudad Juárez and is branded as tucanal (Your Channel).


Televisa Juárez obtained its third station in 1992, when Televisa was selected to continue its application for XHJCI-TV channel 32. After receiving its concession on September 21, 1994, channel 32 came to air with the Canal 5 network.

In 2007, XHJCI began carrying Canal de las Estrellas programs as part of a shuffle of Televisa Juárez's stations.

In August 2015, XEPM and XHJCI swapped virtual channels and networks. XHJCI took on the virtual channel 2 and the local programming. XEPM's transmitter began carrying virtual channel 32 and Canal de las Estrellas.

Digital television[edit]

The station's digital channel is multiplexed:

Digital subchannels[edit]

DT Video Ratio Callsign Network Programming
2.1 1080i 16:9 XHJCI Televisa Regional Main XHJCI Full HD (1920x1080i) Programming

Analog-to-digital conversion[edit]

Due to the Mexican analog-to-digital conversion mandate, XHJCI-TV shut down its analog signal on July 14, 2015, the date set for transition in Ciudad Juárez. Earlier in the year, XHJCI was authorized for a boost in digital ERP from 50 to 200 kW, matching Televisa's other Juárez stations.

On April 29, 2016, XHJCI was cleared to move from physical channel 41 to 30 in order to accomplish the repacking of television stations out of the 600 MHz band.[3]