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Mexico City, Mexico
Branding FOROtv: Aquí nos vemos. (Forum TV...Here, we see you.)
Channels Analog: 4 (VHF)
Digital: 49 (UHF)
Virtual: 4 (PSIP)
Affiliations Foro TV
Owner Televisa
Founded August 31, 1950; 64 years ago (1950-08-31)
Call letters' meaning XH TeleVision
or TeleVisa
Transmitter power 64 kW (analog)
Website http://www2.esmas.com/canal-de-noticias-y-opinion-forotv/

XHTV (channel 4 analog and channel 49 digital), founded in 1950 by Romulo O'Farril, is a flagship TV station of Televisa and FOROtv. Although FOROtv does not have any full-time affiliates, most Televisa locals around the republic select some FOROtv programming for their broadcasting. FOROtv is available on various cable television companies and SKY México satellite service. It is the oldest TV station in Mexico and Latin America.[1]


On August 30, 2010 (sixty years after the channel was founded), the channel's name was changed to FOROtv (literally "Forum TV"), with most of Televisa's news programs moved here, such as Las Noticias por Adela (from XEQ), and with new news and talk programs being created. Prior to this, the channel, under the name of Canal de la Ciudad ("The City's Channel") broadcast programs targeted at the México City metro area.

Current programs[edit]

Logo as 4-TV Canal de la Ciudad, used full-time from September 2008 to August 2010.
Logo as ForoTV since August 2010.

Original Productions[edit]

Some of the programs on XHTV as Foro TV currently include the following:

  • Matutino Express (Morning Express)
  • El Mañanero
  • A las Tres (At 3:00, anchored by Paola Rojas)
  • Hora 21 (9pm news, anchored by Karla Iberia Sánchez)
  • El Centro del Debate
  • Es La Hora De Opinar (It's Time to Give Opinions)
  • Versus (daily sports news)
  • Fractal (technology innovations)
  • Noticias DF (Local news from Mexico City, anchored by Enrique Campos)
  • Por el Planeta (investigation about ecological environments)

Sports Events[edit]

Previous programming[edit]


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