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Tlaxcala, México
Branding Tlaxcala Televisión
Channels Digital: 23
Virtual: 10
Translators see below
Owner Coordinación de Radio, Cine y Televisión de Tlaxcala
(Gobierno del Estado de Tlaxcala)
Sister station(s) XETT-AM, XHCAL-FM, XHTLAX-FM
Transmitter power 7.26 kW
Website www.tlaxcalatelevision.tv

Tlaxcala Televisión is a public television station operated by the Coordinación de Radio, Cine y Televisión de Tlaxcala (CORACYT) which serves the Mexican state of Tlaxcala. Tlaxcala Televisión's programming primarily consists of cultural and educational content, along with news and sports coverage.

TDT was founded in the early 1980s and traces its roots to the breakup of Televisión Rural de México, which operated a channel 12 in Tlaxcala.[1]

In the 1990s, the state television station ceased all local production; this returned in 2000.

In the late 2000s through to 2017, the state network was known as "TDT, La Televisión de Tlaxcala", predating the conversion of the network to digital television, or televisión digital terrestre. All digital stations in Mexico carry the -TDT suffix. The state network renamed to Tlaxcala Televisión in 2017.


Tlaxcala Televisión uses a network of five terrestrial television transmitters to provide statewide coverage. Its transmitters are the only television stations licensed directly to Tlaxcala.[2]

RF VC Callsign Location ERP
22 10 XHTXB-TDT Apizaco 7.26 kW
31 10 XHTCL-TDT Calpulalpan 1.5 kW
23 10 XHTXM-TDT Huamantla 3.77 kW
22 10 XHSPM-TDT San Pablo del Monte 3.94 kW
23 10 XHTLX-TDT Tlaxcala 7.26 kW

Except for XHSPM and XHTCL, the state network went digital-only on December 31, 2015. The San Pablo del Monte and Calpulalpan stations converted on December 15, 2016.

In February 2017, XHTLX was approved to move from channel 22 to 23 by the IFT.[3]


  1. ^ Carrillo Olano, Alejandra (2007-05-09). "Radio Altiplano del estado de Tlaxcala: entre el modelo comercial y la radio pública" (in Spanish). Cholula, Puebla, México: Universidad de las Américas Puebla. Retrieved 2015-07-07.  |chapter= ignored (help)
  2. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de TDT. Last modified 2018-05-16. Retrieved 2015-12-30. Technical information from the IFT Coverage Viewer.
  3. ^ IFT - IV Sesión Ordinaria - February 8, 2017