Azteca Uno (previously Azteca Trece), is a Mexican national broadcast television network owned by TV Azteca, with more than 100 transmitters across the country. Azteca Uno broadcasts on virtual channel 1.
Azteca Uno programming is available in Mexico on satellite via Sky and Dish Network, as well as all Mexican cable systems, and some Azteca Uno programming can be seen on Azteca América and Azteca México on channel 442 on DirecTV in the United States.
Canal 9 (estilizado como NU9VE y anteriormente conocido como Galavisión y Gala TV) es un canal de televisión abierta mexicano propiedad del Grupo Televisa.
Su estación de origen es XEQ-TDT, ubicada en Ciudad de México. Su programación es generalista y está compuesta principalmente de programas del archivo de Televisa, películas del cine mexicano, eventos deportivos y telenovelas latinoamericanas, tanto nacionales como internacionales, principalmente de las cadenas estadounidenses, Univisión y Telemundo. También presenta programas de entretenimiento de producción local y producciones de Univisión y Telemundo.
Televisa Cd. Juarez is a television station in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico, Mexico, broadcasting on local analog channel 2 and digital channel 41 as Tu Canal. XEPM is an owned and operated station of Televisa, airing content from Televisa's channels, including Canal de las Estrellas' original television series; FOROtv's news and talk;
México Travel Channel the first channel dedicated to tourism in Mexico and Iberoamérica.
"Mexico Travel Channel" is a television channel dedicated to broadcasting the wonders of Mexico, a country in search of making itself known to the world and showing its natural beauties and archaeological treasures.
A country of Legend where music is the sound of the shawms mixed with the waterfalls and the footwork is confused with the hail that refreshes the mountains of our mountain ranges.
Mexico is shown with its lonely beaches and with its popular festivals that echo and sound in every corner of the country, each little chapel receives its little party and each town celebrates its Saint, that is why we have more than 4,000 official festivals in Mexico, the country of the biggest party in the world.