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XHSPR-TDT
CityMexico City
ChannelsDigital: 30 (UHF)
Virtual: 14/20 (PSIP)
BrandingSPR (Sistema Público de Radiodifusión del Estado Mexicano)
Programming
Subchannels14.1, 14.2, 20.1 ATSC
Ownership
OwnerSistema Público de Radiodifusión del Estado Mexicano
History
FoundedMarch 31, 2010
First air date
June 24, 2010
Former call signs
XHOPMA-TDT (2010-2017)
Former channel number(s)
Virtual: 30 (2010-2016)
Call sign meaning
Sistema Público de Radiodifusión del Estado Mexicano
Technical information
ERP116.260 kW[1]
Transmitter coordinates19°31′59.13″N 99°07′50.58″W / 19.5330917°N 99.1307167°W / 19.5330917; -99.1307167
Links
Websitewww.canalcatorce.tv

XHSPR-TDT is a television station in Mexico City, the flagship station for the Sistema Público de Radiodifusión del Estado Mexicano (SPR) transmitter system. It broadcasts on channel 30 from a transmitter atop Cerro del Chiquihuite; its primary signal is the SPR's Canal Catorce network.

XHSPR received its permit as XHOPMA-TDT, after the original name of the SPR (Organismo Promotor de Medios Audiovisuales) and signed on in 2012. Its transmitter is located on Cerro del Chiquihuite, which is home to the majority of Mexico City's broadcast stations. Not long after, the name of the OPMA network, originally "30 TV México", was changed to "Una Voz Con Todos" to reflect that it aired on different channels in each city; the network is currently known as Canal Catorce.

The new XHSPR-TDT callsign became official on December 20, 2017.[2]

Digital multiplex

XHSPR's digital signal is multiplexed. This multiplex is different from that on all other SPR transmitters as it excludes Canal 11 and Canal 22 as the flagship channels of these networks service the Valley of Mexico at full power (XEIPN and XEIMT, respectively). It also carries TV UNAM; although the UNAM operates a low-power station transmitting from Ciudad Universitaria, it operates with just 1,500 watts and does not cover all of Mexico City.

Subchannel Programming
14.1 Canal Catorce
14.2 Ingenio Tv
20.1 TV UNAM

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