|Hidalgo del Parral, Chihuahua|
|Channels||Digital: 30 (UHF)
|Owner||Pedro Luis Fitzmaurice Meneses|
|Founded||June 16, 1977 (concession)|
|Call letters' meaning||Pedro Meneses Hoyos (original concessionaire)|
|Transmitter power||25 kW|
XHMH-TV received its concession on June 16, 1977. It was owned by Pedro Meneses Hoyos, who was part of a pioneering family in Chihuahua broadcasting. The Meneses were involved in the foundation of XEJ and XEPM television in Ciudad Juárez. XHMH originally broadcast on channel 12 with an effective radiated power of 5,500 watts, but in the 1980s it moved to channel 13 and later raised its power to 85,000 watts.
Canal 13 was transferred to Meneses's successor, Beatriz Molinar Fernández, after his death on May 5, 1998. After her death, the station passed to Pedro Luis Fitzmaurice Meneses.
In 2014, digital facilities for XHMH were authorized, and it built XHMH-TDT on digital channel 30 (using PSIP to show as channel 13.1).
- XHJMA-TV, another local station that operated from 1969-2014
- Official website (The only content on this site as of 2015 is the station's ad rates, which as part of the preponderant economic agent (Televisa) it is obligated to make available online)
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