|Channels||Digital: 26 (UHF)|
|Owner||Gobierno del Estado de Puebla|
|Founded||November 26, 2003|
|Transmitter power||72.8 kW|
Puebla TV (XHPUE-TDT channel 26 in Puebla) is the regional public television network of the Mexican state of Puebla. Covering a little over 40% of the state (by population), it offers educational, cultural and alternative programming; much is locally generated content intended to address the needs, expectations and lives of Pueblan society. The network formerly included one low-powered repeater, XHPZL-TV channel 4 in Zacatlán (which has since been re-awarded following a permit discontinuity).
XHPZL was permitted in 1999 and XHPUE in 2003.
XHPUE was licensed for digital and analog transmissions on the same channel 26 in 2014; this made it one of the first two stations with such intermittent authorization, alongside XHMNL-TV in Monterrey. After several tests, it flash-cut to digital in March 2015.