- Multimedios Television
Multimedios Televisión Type Terrestrial television network Country Mexico Availability Distributed in Northern and Central Mexico, and some areas of Southern United States Owner Grupo Multimedios Key people Francisco Gonzalez Launch date February 24, 1968 Former names Canal 12 Official website Multimedios Televisión
Multimedios Television is a network of Spanish language television stations found throughout Mexico. The system is part of Grupo Multimedios. The flagship station of Multimedios Television is XHAW-TV located in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon. Programming features locally produced news, sports, children's shows and general mass appeal programming. Multimedios produces more than 20 hours of programming daily.
The company also has network affiliates in many cities, some of which produce local content. The networks spans most of northeastern Mexico, and the southern United States.
All of these stations are owned and operated by Grupo Multimedios unless noted otherwise.
City Of License Station/Channel No. (DT) Monterrey XHAW-TV 12 (25) (flagship station) Tampico XHTAO-TV 6 (47) León, Guanajuato XHLGG-TV 6 (N/A) Ciudad Victoria XHVTU-TV 7 (50) Torreón XHOAH-TV 9 (N/A) Nuevo Laredo XHNAT-TV 45 (32) Matamoros XHVTV-TV 54 (51) Saltillo XHAW-TV 11 (N/A) Reynosa XHVTV-TV 54 (51)
All American Multimedios affiliates are owned and operated by other broadcasters, due to FCC regulations regarding foreign ownership of radio and TV stations. As of early 2007, Multimedios is no longer leasing stations from MAKO Communications.
Market/City Of License Station/Channel No. (DT) Current owner Houston KHLM-LD 43 Lotus Communications Corporation San Diego K09YL-D 9.1 (shared with Tr3s) International Communications Network Inc. Salt Lake City KTMW 20.4 Alpha & Omega Communications, LLC El Paso/Juarez K40FW 40 (26) Application Broadcast Group Ltd.
Former Multimedios Affiliates
Market/City Of License Station/Channel No. (DT) Current Owner Additional Notes Dallas/Fort Worth (Mesquite) KATA 50 (N/A) Mako Communications Now affiliated with MTV Tr3́s. Las Vegas KVPX 28 (N/A) Mako Communications Now affiliated with Almavision. Las Vegas KMCC 34 (32) Cranston II, LLC Now affiliated with Mega TV. Bakersfield K18HD-D N/A (18) Valley Public Television VPT acquired station from Mintz Broadcasting in 2007;
has since flash-cut to digital and currently rebroadcasts KVPT
Amarillo K64GK 64 (N/A) Mintz Broadcasting Corpus Christi K54JS 54 (N/A) Mintz Broadcasting Lubbock K24GP 24 (N/A) Mako Communications Midland K69IT 69 (N/A) Mintz Broadcasting San Angelo K45HW 45 (N/A) Mintz Broadcasting San Antonio K51JF 51 (N/A) Mintz Broadcasting Phoenix KPHE 44 (N/A) Lotus Communications Corporation Tampa WTAM 30 (N/A)
(Branded as TV Visión)
Lotus Communications Corporation Broadcast television in the Monterrey market Broadcast television networks in Mexico Televisa
National: Canal de las Estrellas · FOROtv · Canal 5 · Galavisión
Regional: Televisa Regional
National: El 7 · Azteca 13 · Proyecto 40
Regional: Azteca Local
National: Once TV · Canal 22 · UNAM/Edusat
State/Regional: RyTA (Ags.) · canal 8 (BCS) · TRC (Campeche) · TV 10 Chiapas (Chiapas) · Once (Colima) · TVCUATRO (Guanajuato) · Soy Guerrero (Guerrero) · Hidalgo Television (Hidalgo) · CORTV (Jalisco) · TV Mexiquense (Mexico) · smrtv (Michoacán) · canal 3 (Morelos) · RTN (Nayarit) · TVNL (NL) · Oaxaca TV (Oaxaca) · Puebla TV (Puebla) · NueveSlp (SLP) · Telemax (Sonora) · TVT (Tabasco) · TDT, La Televisión de Tlaxcala (Tlaxcala) · RTV (Veracruz) · canal|trece (Yucatán)
Multimedios · Milenio · cadenatresSee also list of television stations in Mexico and list of Mexican television networks.
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