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Channel only in Mexico City. Is a general entertainment channel with a wide variety of entertainment programming. In 2018, roughly 70% of its programming was produced in-house, with the remaining 30% provided by independent companies.
a+ (A Más) is a regionalized television service in Mexico operated by TV Azteca. It launched in five cities on March 20, 2017, and it expanded to 34 additional cities on April 7, 2017. a+ features a program schedule that includes a mix of national and regional programs. All a+ areas will offer a 9 pm local newscast and 10 pm local sports program. A+ also carries non-local programs, such as music videos from Exa TV and cartoons from Mondo TV, as well as rebroadcasts of some of TV Azteca’s more popular shows, including Venga La Alegría and Ventaneando.
Adn40’s program lineup primarily consists of news and discussion programs, informational shows as well as documentaries.
Azteca Uno is the home of most of TV Azteca’s domestic output, especially telenovelas, entertainment programs, and news. Azteca Uno airs three editions of their primary newscast, Hechos (Facts): in the morning, at lunchtime and at 10 pm.
Entertainment Azteca Uno features two entertainment programs on its weekday schedule. Its morning show, Venga la Alegría, airs from 8:55 to noon and competes against similar offerings from Las Estrellas and Imagen Televisión. An afternoon show, Ventaneando, is more focused on entertainment news and airs at 4 pm.
Azteca 7’s programming is mainly focused on children’s programs, sports, foreign series and movies. Soccer rights on Azteca 7 include the Liga MX (Mexican football league), as well as all official and friendly matches of the Mexico national soccer team. Azteca 7 also carries NFL games, boxing (Box Azteca) and lucha libre (Lucha Azteca).
Channel for babies, toddlers, and parents
A Banda, Norteño and Regional Mexican music station.
Formerly TIIN. Video games and anime. Has an agreement with Toei animation to start the distribution of some anime from his studio, just like he’s buying usage licenses from anime distributor Sentai Filmworks
Channel owned by Televisión Metropolitana and operated by the Secretariat of Culture. It is one of Mexico’s principal public television stations, with a format emphasizing cultural programming.
Canal 5 is a free-to-air channel mainly aimed at children and youth audiences, although in late hours it usually includes a more general concept with television series and reality shows. Over the decades among its programming, it includes many series purchased from networks such as Nickelodeon Latin America Cartoon Network, among others; while the series aimed at the general public often comes from Paramount Network, Fox Broadcasting Company, Warner Bros., Viacom, MTV, NBCUniversal and Univision and others.
Canal Once features original cultural, scientific, information and entertainment programming, foreign shows and classic, rare, and non-commercial films from all over the world. It also produces and airs Once Noticias national newscasts.
Canal Once has also been one of the national broadcasters that have carried the Olympic Games. It broadcasts across Mexico through nearly 40 TV transmitters and is required carriage on all Mexican cable and satellite providers.
Their programming is focused on children and young audiences and includes animated series. Canal Once has produced fiction series, family sitcoms and educational. They also created some series focusing on promoting different regions of Mexico.
Subscription-based TV Channel focused on broadcasting recently-released movies from Fox Premium Movies
Latin American and Spanish movies
Mexican film channel focused on the latest movies.
Mexican film channel focused on the latest movies.
Mexican film channel focused on old movies.
Dish México, operates a subscription satellite television service in Mexico nationwide. All of Dish México’s channels programming is dubbed or subtitled in Spanish or originally Spanish language. They broadcast content from FOX Channels (Fox, Fox Life, Fox Sports (three channels), FX, FXM), Warner/Turner Channels (Warner Channel, Cartoon Network, Boomerang, TBS, CNN, CNN Internacional, HBO Channels, Space, TNT, HTV, I.Sat),
Discovery Channels (Discovery Channel, Discovery Kids, Discovery HD Theater, Investigation Discovery, TLC, Animal Planet)
Series produced by Disney Television Animation and Disney Channel Original Series takes most of the schedule. Some non-original series is also aired. There are also locally produced original series.
It is marketed to preschoolers. The programs are very similar to the Disney Junior channel and Disney Junior on Disney Channel block in the United States. However, the channel also airs non-original programming.
It features male-focused series along with action, comedy and animated series. It is marketed to boys from 6 to 14.
ESPN is a Latin American pay-TV network that broadcasts sports-related programming for the Latin American region in Spanish. Its programming is adapted to the likes of viewers, who tend to prefer football and Hispanic baseball players to the more locally produced programs.
Top 40 music videos
Cable news channel named for Imagen’s Excélsior newspaper and also uses the resources of Grupo Imagen’s radio stations and its Imagen Televisión national network. Excélsior TV broadcasts news and discussion programming and fills off-hours with infomercials.
Mainly news television channel but they also broadcast sports events such as the Baseball League from the US and the FIFA World Cup matches.
Fox Channel (formerly known as Fox) is a Latin American pay television channel, launched as the localised version of the American television network Fox. The channel is mainly oriented towards family audiences. Though it is a Spanish-language channel, the shows are referred to by their original names (except for The Simpsons). Cine Fox (stylized CineFOX) is a block that is aired every day. It features movies, such as direct to video movies.
Movies included from the major movie production companies.
Its basic programming includes numerous television series, sitcoms and movies, among others, which includes some original programming in certain regions.
The network focuses on sports-related programming including live and pre-recorded event broadcasts, sports talk shows and original programming, available throughout Latin America.
Golden is a movie service, showcasing Hollywood blockbusters and other films. Golden Edge is action and adrenaline under the Golden Brand, offering successful subtitled films. Features action movies, suspense, comedy and adult content in its night grill.
Free-to-air channel with general programming, sports, telenovelas, and news. Weekday programming in the afternoon and primetime consists of telenovelas (Mexican soap operas). Morning and afternoon programming consists of news, sports, talk shows, and variety shows. Nighttime programming is filled with a news program and Univision-produced shows. Las Estrellas airs sports programming (Mexican Football league and sports specials like the Olympic Games and the FIFA World Cup). They produce high rating shows that are normally broadcasted on weekends. The network also produces and airs the Premios TVyNovelas, sponsored by the Televisa-owned magazine of the same name and considered the highest honour in the domestic Mexican television industry.
National and international movie releases, independent cinema, and exclusive content produced by Televisa Cine.
A family channel, with a focus on women. They have general entertainment content such as telenovelas, some of the original and some others acquired.
The network also has a three-hour morning magazine program and features three-weekday newscasts and one regular sports discussion program titled Adrenalina.
Imagen’s children’s programming block consists of a mix of classic series and newer programs. This also includes programming from Nickelodeon, thus making Imagen the second station to currently air Nick shows in Mexico aside from Canal 5.
Milenio Televisión is a Mexican television cable news channel. The news programming uses the resources of the Milenio newspaper, one of the largest in the country. Programming is 24 hours a day, through news, analysis and specialized programs. The channel is available in various pay-TV systems throughout Mexico and the US and on the internet.
Nat Geo Kids is a Latin American pay television channel targeting kids
National Geographic is focused on scientific, history, nature, culture and other types of documentaries dubbed in Spanish.
The channel primarily focuses on wildlife and natural history non-fiction programming.
Nueve offers a range of general entertainment programs. The Nueve schedule features mainly reruns of major Mexican telenovelas, reruns of Televisa series, as well as soccer and lucha libre and old Mexican movies.
Sky México is a company that operates a subscription television service in Mexico, Central America, and the Dominican Republic. It produces TV content and owns several TV channels. It is one of Mexico’s leading pay-TV providers and is owned by Televisa and Vrio, a subsidiary of AT&T Latin America.
Telehit has conquered millions of young people thanks to its constant evolution. Telehit broadcasts exclusive programs, music videos, concerts, interviews, innovative programs and the latest news from the world of music. It is also a channel devoted to pop music and comedic shows.
Sports Channel that is often distributed in premium cable services. Shows European soccer leagues (France and Spain) and tournaments of sports not so popular in Mexico. (available only in Mexico, Central America, and the Dominican Republic)
Shows telenovelas and TV series (El Chavo del Ocho, El Chapulín Colorado, Chespirito, El Chavo Animado)
A network devoted to classic telenovelas(soap operas).
Features programming by Univision and Originals Productions.