Canal 6 (Mexico)

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Canal 6
(Multimedios Televisión)
Broadcast areaNortheast & North-Central Mexico, Greater Mexico City, Southwestern United States over-the-air,
nationally throughout Mexico, Costa Rica and the United States via cable, satellite and IPTV
HeadquartersMonterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
OwnerGrupo Multimedios
Key peopleFrancisco González
LaunchedFebruary 24, 1968; 56 years ago (February 24, 1968)
ReplacedCanal 12, 12-AW
PSIP6 (most of Mexico)
DirecTVChannel 412
Dish NetworkChannel 831
AT&T U-verseChannel 3065
Verizon FiOSChannel 1511 (SD)
Channel 1516 (HD)
DirecTV StreamChannel 412

Canal 6 (alternately known as Multimedios Televisión) is a network of Spanish language television stations. It is mainly seen in northeastern Mexico and the southwestern United States. The system is part of Grupo Multimedios. The main station of Multimedios is XHAW-TDT, It is located in Monterrey, Nuevo León. Programming inc;udes locally produced news, sports, children's shows and general programming. On weekdays, the network has around twenty hours of live daily programming. There is less during the weekends and holidays.

During the week, the network makes 58 hours of news programming under the name of Telediario. This includes a Sunday night public affairs program, Cambios. It also produces pre-game, post-game and other programming involving Monterrey's two major soccer clubs, Tigres UANL and C.F. Monterrey/ It also has a partnership with the Mexican League's Sultanes de Monterrey in baseball. THis lets then show weekend home game. The network also carries the home matches of Chivas .

The company has network affiliates in many cities. Some of these make local content. The networks covers Northeast and North-Central Mexico, and the Southwestern United States . It is also available nationally in both countries via cable, satellite and IPTV services. As of May 2016, all of the network's programming is presented in a 16:9 widescreen form in both standard and high definition.