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XHIMT-TDT
Azteca 7 2019-2.png
Mexico City, Mexico
ChannelsDigital: 24 (UHF)
Virtual: 7 (PSIP)
BrandingAzteca 7
SloganTe damos de que hablar
Programming
Subchannels7.1: Azteca 7
7.2: A+
AffiliationsAzteca 7
Ownership
OwnerTV Azteca
(Televisión Azteca, S.A. de C.V.)
XHDF-TDT, XHTVM-TDT
History
FoundedMay 15, 1985; 35 years ago (1985-05-15)
Former channel number(s)
Analog:
7 (VHF, 1985-2015)
Call sign meaning
XH Instituto Mexicano de la Television
(full name of Imevisión)
Technical information
Licensing authority
IFT
ERP464.42 kW (digital)[1]
Transmitter coordinates19°31′57.50″N 99°07′49.70″W / 19.5326389°N 99.1304722°W / 19.5326389; -99.1304722
Links
Websiteazteca7.com

XHIMT-TDT (virtual channel 7) is the flagship station and namesake of Mexico's Azteca 7 network, located in Mexico City.

History

XHIMT came to air on May 15, 1985, as part of Imevisión's relaunch of the Televisión de la República Mexicana network into a full-fledged national network comparable to its existing Canal 13 network. It took over TRM's transmitter network, with 99 repeater stations serving 72% of the population.[2] The new Red Nacional 7 (7 National Network) was positioned as targeting the working class and rural areas, while Red Nacional 13, based from XHDF, targeted a more middle- and upper-class audience.

The insertion of a channel 7 into Mexico City required a shuffle of frequencies in neighboring areas, with stations in Mexico City, Toluca and on Altzomoni moving to accommodate the last VHF station in the nation's capital.

From 1990 to 1993, Imevisión consolidated the programming of the channel 7 and 13 networks; this ended when both were privatized and Televisión Azteca was formed.

Digital television

Digital subchannels

The station's digital channel is multiplexed:

Channel Video Aspect Short name Network Programming
7.1 1080i 16:9 XHIMT Azteca 7 Azteca 7 programming
7.2 480i XHIMT A+ Local programming

On March 20, 2017, Azteca Noticias, an all-news channel, was replaced with the new A+ local service. Azteca Noticias moved to XHTVM-TDT 40.2.

Analog-to-digital conversion

In 2007, TV Azteca began testing its HD channel, but with different programming to analog. The HD channel had films, documentaries and some series, along with the news and a select few Azteca HD productions (such as soccer games). This, however, was not permitted under the digital television transition which required that digital companions carry the same programs as their analog counterparts.

In 2010, XHIMT-TDT began transmitting a direct Azteca 7 HD feed. 4:3 programs were stretched to fill the 16:9 space.

On December 17, 2015, at 12:00 a.m., XHIMT analog channel 7 ceased broadcasts, as part of the federally mandated transition from analog to digital television.

Repeaters

XHIMT-TDT has eight direct repeaters:

RF Location ERP
24 Toluca, Mex. 59.046 kW
24 Tepeji del Río, Hgo. 4 kW
24 Cuautitlán, Mex. .830 kW
24 Iztapalapa .770 kW
24 Topilejo .064 kW
24 Chimalhuacán, Mex. .220 kW
24 Ixtapaluca, Mex. 0.506 kW[3]
24 Amecameca, Mex. .122 kW

Programming

Prime time

References

  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de TDT. Last modified 2018-05-16. Retrieved 2014-07-01. Technical information from the IFT Coverage Viewer.
  2. ^ "Aimed At Working Class: Mexico To Get New TV Network." United Press International, May 16, 1985: [1]
  3. ^ RPC: #036207 Facility Changes — Shadow XHIMT-TDT, Ixtapaluca, Mex.
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