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Picture format480i SDTV
OwnerCastalia Communications
LaunchedAugust 23, 2005
AT&T U-verseChannel 3021
Dish NetworkChannel 863
ComcastChannel 655
SpectrumChannel 935
Sling TVInternet protocol television

Mexicanal cable system DirecTV added on August 23, 2005 of launch in February 2014 later, AT&T U-verse was removed on May 15, 2016 On April 2, 2018 Mexicanal added on Dish Network

Mexican affiliates[change | change source]

While Mexicanal creates a limited amount of its own content, almost all of it is sourced from the various state networks, public broadcasters owned by the state governments. A notable exception was 20tv Zacatecas, which is a noncommercial station owned by commercial broadcaster Grupo Radiofónico B-15 until SIZART Canal 24 appeared and became an affiliate.[1]

City or state Station
 Aguascalientes VA+ TV 26.1
Chiapas Canal Diez Chiapas
Campeche Televisión y Radio de Campeche
Mexico City / State of Mexico Mexiquense TV
Guanajuato TV CUATRO
Guerrero Radio y Televisión de Guerrero
Hidalgo Hidalgo Televisión
Jalisco Jalisco TV
Michoacán Sistema Michoacano de Radio y Televisión
Nuevo León TV Nuevo León
Oaxaca CORTV
Puebla Puebla TV
Querétaro Radio y Televisión Querétaro
 Quintana Roo Sistema Quintanarroense de Comunicación Social
San Luis Potosí Nueve TV
Sonora Telemax
Tabasco TVT Televisión Tabasqueña
Veracruz TVMÁS
Yucatán Trecevisión
Zacatecas SIZART Canal 24

References[change | change source]

  1. "SIZART". Mexicanal.