Canal Catorce

Canal Catorce (Channel 14, formerly known as Una Voz con Todos) is a national public television network of Mexico, operated by the Sistema Público de Radiodifusión del Estado Mexicano (SPR). It began operations in 2012 and is distributed via the SPR's national digital transmitter network, as well as on all cable and satellite providers. It is based in Mexico City.

The Organismo Promotor de Medios Audiovisuales, or OPMA, was the predecessor to the SPR. It was founded with the aim of extending the breadth and depth of public television in Mexico. Two national-level public television stations were already on the air — XEIPN-TV, established in 1959, and Canal 22, established as public/cultural in 1993 — but they were not available outside Mexico City except through pay television and select programs carried by the public television stations in the various states, as well as Canal Once's few existing retransmitters. Outside Mexico City, XEIPN had a national penetration of 28%, and XEIMT had 22% reach. Furthermore, in 2005, the teveunam network owned by the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) began its broadcast as a Pay TV-only channel.

On March 31, 2010, an official decree published in the Official Gazette of Mexico created OPMA. OPMA created a new public television channel, initially called Canal 30 TV México, to serve as its flagship programming source. Initially, OPMA's first transmitters outside Mexico City.

The first four transmitters for the system began operations in 2010. The Mexico City transmitter, XHOPMA-TDT (now XHSPR-TDT) channel 30, launched on March 23, 2012. With this new transmitter, the Canal 30 network launched. The name was changed to Una Voz con Todos in 2012 to reflect that outside Mexico City, it was usually on other channel numbers.

In October 2016, all SPR transmitters were assigned virtual channel 14 for Una Voz con Todos; as a result, cable providers, who are required to carry the channel, placed it on channel 14. On November 13, 2017, the name of the channel was changed to Canal Catorce (Channel 14) to reflect its over-the-air and cable channel position.

Uno TV

Uno TV is a Mexican content generator, founded on December 18, 2008. It is a company of América Móvil , the fourth largest telecommunications company in the world, with a presence in 18 countries in the Americas.

It has three information platforms: television, website and mobile telephony, which transmit and publish information from Mexico and the world for different territories.

The portal is located at the top of Media Ranking ComScore Digital Natives from 2015 more than 5 million unique users in Mexico.

It spreads national and international news, as well as entertainment, lifestyle, technology and opinion content. In addition, it produces two newscasts that are broadcast on channel 52MX and online: Uno Noticias and Noticias en Claro.

RTQ Queretaro

Radio y Televisión Querétaro (RTQ) is the state radio and television network of the Mexican state of Querétaro, broadcasting on two radio stations and one television station in the state. It is operated by the Sistema Estatal de Comunicación Cultural y Educativa del Gobierno de Querétaro (SECCE), or "State System for Cultural and Educational Communication of the Government of Querétaro".

In January 2012, Cofetel awarded the permit for a digital television station on channel 50 with callsign XHSECE-TDT to SECCE in January 2012, making XHSECE one of two new public television stations in Querétaro, alongside OPMA transmitter XHOPMQ-TDT (channel 30). XHSECE's transmitter is located in Parque Nacional El Cimatario along with those for other stations serving Querétaro. XHSECE was assigned virtual channel 10 in 2016.

In March 2018, in order to facilitate the repacking of TV services out of the 600 MHz band (channels 38-51), XHSECE was assigned channel 14 for continued digital operations.


EWTN is a global, Catholic Television, Catholic Radio, and Catholic News Network that provides catholic programming and news coverage from around the world.

ADN 40

XHTVM-TDT (virtual channel 40) is a television station in Mexico City, owned by Televisora del Valle de México and operated by TV Azteca. It is branded as adn40 and available over the air in much of Mexico on TV Azteca's transmitters. Programming generally consists of news and informational shows.

adn40's program lineup primarily consists of news and discussion programs as well as documentaries. Major news programs on adn40 include Primer Café, which airs in the mornings, and Es Tendencia, an afternoon news program. On weeknights, Hannia Novell anchors the flagship Es Noticia bulletin, which is aired at 8 pm.

Previously, as Proyecto 40, XHTVM aired more general entertainment programming. TV Azteca and Showtime in the United States signed an agreement in September 2008 under which Proyecto 40 began to carry Dexter, Nurse Jackie and other Showtime programs.