Channel 34 Tv Stations in Mexico: Televisi n Mexiquense, Xhcnl-Tv, Xhmza-Tv, Xhamc-Tv Books LLC

ISBN: 9781158355433

Published: June 20th 2010

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Channel 34 Tv Stations in Mexico: Televisi n Mexiquense, Xhcnl-Tv, Xhmza-Tv, Xhamc-Tv  by  Books LLC

Channel 34 Tv Stations in Mexico: Televisi n Mexiquense, Xhcnl-Tv, Xhmza-Tv, Xhamc-Tv by Books LLC
June 20th 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 22 pages | ISBN: 9781158355433 | 3.73 Mb

Chapters: Television Mexiquense, Xhcnl-Tv, Xhmza-Tv, Xhamc-Tv. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 20. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a millionMoreChapters: Television Mexiquense, Xhcnl-Tv, Xhmza-Tv, Xhamc-Tv. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 20. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge.

Excerpt: Television Mexiquense, also known as Canal 34, is a public television network for the Mexican state of Mexico. The networks main station, XHPTP-TV channel 34, originates from Tres Padres Peak in the municipality of Coacalco de Berriozabal, Mexico.

The network and its stations are owned by Sistema de Radio y Television Mexiquense (Mexican Radio and Television System)- its coverage area is the Cuautitlan Valley, Texcoco, the Metropolitan Zone of Mexico City, the state of Mexico and the Federal District. For the capital city of Toluca and the surrounding Toluca Valley area, Television Mexiquense retransmits its signal via XHGEM-TV channel 12. A little more than a year after the initial sign-on of the first station, on July 10, 1984 the Television Mexiquense broadcasting system was deployed using the following transmitters: Due to the expansion of Imevision, which intended to use channel 7 as part of its national network, in 1988 the XHGEM-TV Metepec signal was moved from channel 7 (where it had been since its original September 26, 1984 sign-on) to channel 12.

In 1998, responsibility for Television Mexiquense was transferred to the newly-formed Sistema de Radio y Television Mexiquense, part of the Secretariat of Education, Culture and Social Welfare of the state of Mexico. In 1999, coverage was extended to the east of the Mexican capital, covering the Cuautitlan-Texcoco Valley and the Federal District, by means of XHPTP-TV channel 34 and a broadcast tower atop Three Padres Peak in the municipality of Coacalco. Due largely to expansion in coverage of the Television Mexiquense signals, on November 11, 1999, the responsibility for Sistema de Radio y Tele...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=1983801



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