Sistema Michoacano de Radio y Televisión

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The Sistema Michoacano de Radio y Televisión (Michoacán State Radio and Television System or SMRTV) is the public broadcaster of the Mexican state of Michoacán. It includes statewide FM and TV networks, as well as an AM radio station in the state capital of Morelia. SMRTV's programming primarily consists of scientific, cultural and educational content, along with news and sports coverage.



SMRTV's television network includes its own productions as well as programs from other public broadcasters, such as Canal Once's Once Noticias. Canal 22 and Deutsche Welle are also among SMRTV's major program suppliers.

SMRTV also produces two daily editions of "SM Noticias", which are carried on AM, FM and TV.


SMRTV uses a network of terrestrial television transmitters to provide statewide coverage.[1]

Callsign Channel City ERP
XHMOR-TV 2 Morelia 15 kW
XHAPA-TV 4 Apatzingán 5.75 kW
XHLAM-TV 6 Lazaro Cardenas 1.15 kW
XHMJI-TV 7 Jiquilpan de Juarez 1.02 kW
XHPMG-TV 10 La Piedad .26 kW
XHTZA-TV 10 Zamora 2.7 kW
XHURU-TV 10 Uruapan 2.7 kW
XHMZI-TV 13 Zitacuaro 1 kW
XHMPU-TV 26 Puruandiro 2.18 kW
XHMTC-TV 31 Tacámbaro 2.18 kW
XHMHG-TV 33 Ciudad Hidalgo 2.18 kW
XHMZA-TV 34 Zacapu 2.18 kW

While all stations hold authorizations for digital television, none were on the air as of late 2015; several stations reduced power in order to qualify for an extension of one year to build digital facilities.

FM radio[edit]

The state FM network is headed by XHREL-FM 106.9 in Morelia. Its program schedule is largely musical, with the exception of SMRTV news programs and one program from MVS Radio.


12 transmitters offer statewide FM service.[2]

Callsign Frequency City ERP
XHREL-FM 106.9 Morelia 3 kW
XHDEM-FM 94.7 Lázaro Cárdenas 3 kW
XHTZI-FM 97.5 Apatzingán 3 kW
XHRUA-FM 99.7 Uruapan 3 kW
XHZMA-FM 103.1 Zamora de Hidalgo 3 kW
XHDAD-FM 88.7 La Piedad .347 kW
XHZIT-FM 106.3 Zitácuaro 3 kW
XHJIQ-FM 95.7 Jiquilpan 3 kW
XHHID-FM 99.7 Ciudad Hidalgo 3 kW
XHAMB-FM 95.9 Tacámbaro 3 kW
XHAND-FM 104.9 Puruándiro 3 kW
XHCAP-FM 96.9 Zacapu 3 kW

AM radio[edit]

XEREL-AM 1550 in Morelia broadcasts an alternate program schedule to FM, with agricultural news, programs directed at the Morelia area and some music. The station operates with one kilowatt of power.[3]


  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de TV. Last modified 2016-03-31. Retrieved 2015-06-26.
  2. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio FM. Last modified 2016-03-31. Retrieved 2015-06-25.
  3. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio AM. Last modified 2016-03-31. Retrieved 2015-06-25.

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