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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 in the United States on Azteca América.

Azteca Uno
TypeTerrestrial television network
CountryMexico
Broadcast areaMexico
Programming
Picture format1080i 16:9 HDTV (NTSC)
Ownership
OwnerTV Azteca
History
LaunchedSeptember 1, 1968 (XHDF)
1985 (as Canal 13 )
1993 (as Televisión Azteca after privatization)
Links
Websitewww.aztecauno.com
Availability
Terrestrial
National transmitter networkSee list

Contents

Establishment of XHDF

Main article: XHDF-TDT

Azteca Trece took its historic channel number (13) from XHDF-TV, which signed on in 1968 on channel 13. It was owned by Francisco Aguirre's Organización Radio Centro through concessionaire Corporación Mexicana de Radio y Televisión, S.A. de C.V. The station had fewer resources compared to its Mexico City competitors, Telesistema Mexicano and Televisión Independiente de México, and relied on foreign films and series, supplied primarily by Eurovision, to fill out its broadcast day.

In 1972, due to debts owed to the state-owned Sociedad Mexicana de Crédito Industrial (Mexican Industrial Credit Society or SOMEX), XHDF and concessionaire Corporación Mexicana de Radio y Televisión were nationalized.

The first director of the government-owned Canal 13 was Antonio Menéndez González, and after his death, he was succeeded by Enrique González Pedrero, senator of the state of Tabasco from the PRI. Corporación Mexicana de Radio y Televisión, along with another state-owned enterprise, Tele-Radio Nacional, began receiving new television concessions as part of a national expansion of the Mexico City station into a national television network.

One of the first orders of business for Canal 13 was a relocation. On July 14, 1976, Canal 13's new facilities in the Ajusco area of Mexico City were formally inaugurated by President Luis Echeverría. The event was attended by various figures from the political and business sectors of the country, including Secretary of the Interior Mario Moya Palencia and Secretary of Communications and Transportation Eugenio Méndez Docurro, as well as Emilio Azcárraga Milmo, Romulo O'Farrill and Miguel Aleman Velasco, who served as directors of Televisa.

In 1983, the Mexican government reorganized its broadcast holdings. The result was the creation of the Mexican Television Institute, which changed its name to Imevisión in 1985. Imevisión comprised not only Canal 13, now known as Red Nacional 13, but the former Televisión de la República Mexicana, with its channel 22 station, and a new network known as Red Nacional 7 and broadcast in Mexico City by the brand-new XHIMT-TV channel 7.

During the Imevisión years, Red Nacional 13 continued to broadcast commercial programming, although it featured some programs with a cultural focus, such as Temas de Garibay, Entre Amigos with Alejandro Aura, and several programs with journalist Jorge Saldaña.

Privatization

This Azteca Trece logo, with variations, was used between 1994 and 2007 and is based on the Mayan numeral for 13

In 1990, Imevisión collapsed the 7 and 13 national networks into one, retaining the stronger channel 13 branding. At this time, the first of two attempts to privatize Imevisión was made, meeting with no bidders.

In 1993, the administration of Carlos Salinas de Gortari auctioned off Imevisión and some other government-owned media ventures in various packages. Radio Televisión del Centro, headed by electronics store owner Ricardo Salinas Pliego, bought all of the TV stations. The result was the creation of Televisión Azteca, which took its name from the holding company created for the largest of the packages: the Red Nacional 13, including XHDF.

Azteca Uno is the home of most of TV Azteca's domestic output, especially telenovelas, entertainment programs, and news.

Entertainment

Azteca Uno features two entertainment programs on its weekday schedule. Its morning show, Venga la Alegría, airs from 8:55 to noon and competes against similar offerings from Las Estrellas and Imagen Televisión. An afternoon show, Ventaneando, is more focused on entertainment news, and airs at 4pm.

News

Main article: Hechos

Azteca Uno airs three editions of Hechos, Azteca's primary newscast, in the morning, at lunchtime and at 10pm. All three beat Televisa's competing newscasts in the ratings in September 2016.

The network also operates an international version of Azteca Trece as AZ Mundo (formerly Azteca 13 Internacional), reaching 13 countries in North, Central and South America. On July 15, 2004, the CRTC in Canada denied a request for Azteca 13 Internacional to be broadcast via digital cable and satellite. However, a second subsequent request was approved on January 20, 2006. On September 15, 2015, Azteca 13 International was renamed AZ Mundo. The channel is available in Canada on Rogers Digital Cable, Vidéotron & Bell Fibe TV.

Azteca Uno is available on 91 of its own transmitters as well as on a subchannel of 13 Azteca 7 transmitters. The latter only carry Azteca Uno in standard definition.

As part of the national virtual channel realignment of October 2016, Azteca Trece, including in Mexico City, moved from channel 13 to channel 1. The move allowed it to leapfrog Las Estrellas, its primary competitor, which remained on channel 2; it also ultimately led to the rename of the network as Azteca Uno effective January 1, 2018.

RF VC Call sign Location ERP
30 1 XHJCM-TDT Aguascalientes, Ags. 15.89 kW
16 1 XHENE-TDT Ensenada, BC 29.3 kW
28 1 XHAQ-TDT Mexicali, BC 65.67 kW
21 1 XHFEC-TDT San Felipe, BC 1.02 kW
28 1 XHJK-TDT Tijuana, BC 151.03 kW
24 1 XHJCC-TDT San José del Cabo, BCS 13.53 kW
26 1 XHCOC-TDT Cd. Constitución, BCS 7.28 kW
21 1 XHAPB-TDT La Paz, BCS 49.91 kW
29 1 XHGE-TDT Campeche, Camp. 20.33 kW
35 1 XHGN-TDT Ciudad del Carmen,Camp. 8.16 kW
29 1 XHPEH-TDT Escárcega, Camp. 7.23 kW
21 1 XHCGJ-TDT Cd. Camargo, Chih. 4.08 kW
34 1 XHCJE-TDT Cd. Juárez, Chih. 52.1 kW
22 1 XHCH-TDT Chihuahua, Chih. 51.47 kW
23 1 XHIT-TDT Chihuahua, Chih. 51.41 kW
22 1 XHCH-TDT Delicias, Chih. 51.47 kW
23 1 XHIT-TDT Delicias, Chih. 51.41 kW
25 1 XHHPC-TDT Hidalgo del Parral, Chih. 8.97 kW
24 1 XHCGC-TDT Nuevo Casas Grandes, Chih. 9.63 kW
16 1 XHHR-TDT Ojinaga, Chih. 2.51 kW
25 1 XHHE-TDT Cd. Acuña, Coah. 4.21 kW
24 1 XHHC-TDT Monclova, Coah. 11.69 kW
29 1 XHPFC-TDT Parras, Coah. 10.92 kW
26 1 XHCJ-TDT Sabinas, Coah. 9.98 kW
19 1 XHWX-TDT Saltillo, Coah. 13.605 kW
39 1 XHGDP-TDT Torreón, Coah. 188.17 kW
43 1 XHKF-TDT Colima, Col. 24.14 kW
21 1 XHDR-TDT Manzanillo, Col. 10.47 kW
22 1 XHTCA-TDT Tecomán, Col. 4.560 kW
25 1 XHDF-TDT Mexico City 468.030 kW
22 1 XHVEL-TDT Cuéncame, Dgo. 4.57 kW
26 1 XHDB-TDT Durango, Dgo. 12.83 kW
45 1 XHGVH-TDT Guadalupe Victoria, Dgo. 4.83 kW
27 1 XHPAP-TDT Santiago Papasquiaro, Dgo. 1.79 kW
33 1 XHMAS-TDT Celaya, Gto. 100.27 kW
48 1 XHIE-TDT Acapulco, Gro. 36.48 kW
24 1 XHCER-TDT Chilpancingo, Gro. 17.66 kW
41 1 XHIR-TDT Iguala, Gro. 6.19 kW
23 1 XHIB-TDT Taxco, Gro. 7.18 kW
22 1 XHDU-TDT Zihuatanejo, Gro. 42.68 kW
25 1 XHDF-TDT Pachuca, Hgo. 1.22 kW
46 1 XHTGN-TDT Tulancingo, Hgo. 9.99 kW
33 1 XHJAL-TDT Guadalajara, Jal. 109.19 kW
25 1 XHGJ-TDT Puerto Vallarta, Jal. 19.27 kW
27 1 XHXEM-TDT Toluca/Jocotitlán, Mex. 92.8 kW
26 1 XHLCM-TDT Lazaro Cárdenas, Mich. 9.18 kW
24 1 XHCBM-TDT Pátzcuaro, Mich.
(Cerro Burro)
66.42 kW
27 1 XHCUR-TDT Cuernavaca, Mor. 239.83 kW
30 1 XHAF-TDT Tepic, Nay. 24 kW
19 1 XHWX-TDT Monterrey, NL 429.706 kW
33 1 XHJN-TDT Huajuapan de León, Oax. 5.36 kW
25 1 XHIG-TDT Matías Romero, Oax.
(Cerro Palma Sola)
48.21 kW
26 1 XHDG-TDT Oaxaca, Oax. 58 kW
24 1 XHINC-TDT Pinotepa Nacional, Oax. 4.41 kW
33 1 XHPCE-TDT Puerto Escondido, Oax.
46 1 XHSCO-TDT Salina Cruz, Oax. 3.33 kW
24 1 XHPUR-TDT Puebla, Pue. 53.51 kW
28 1 XHTHN-TDT Tehuacán, Pue. 17.36 kW
26 1 XHQUR-TDT Querétaro, Qro. 301.070 kW
25 1 XHAQR-TDT Cancún, Q. Roo 38.97 kW
23 1 XHBX-TDT Chetumal, Q. Roo 8.54 kW
26 1 XHPMS-TDT Matehuala, SLP 4.44 kW
28 1 XHDD-TDT San Luis Potosí, SLP 43.42 kW
24 1 XHTZL-TDT Tamazunchale, SLP 5.05 kW
21 1 XHTAZ-TDT Tamazunchale, SLP 5.06 kW
32 1 XHCUA-TDT Culiacán, Sin. 36.7 kW
27 1 XHMSI-TDT Los Mochis, Sin. 45.49 kW
34 1 XHLSI-TDT Mazatlán, Sin. 38.31 kW
33 1 XHCSO-TDT Cd. Obregón, Son. 38.46 kW
21 1 XHHN-TDT Guaymas, Son. 12.34 kW
24 1 XHHSS-TDT Hermosillo, Son. 38.950 kW
15 1 XHFA-TDT Nogales, Son. 77.34 kW
44 1 XHVHT-TDT Villahermosa, Tab. 18.79 kW
23 1 XHBY-TDT Ciudad Mante, Tamps. 8.45 kW
24 1 XHCVT-TDT Ciudad Victoria, Tamps. 17.08 kW
12 1 XHMTA-TDT Matamoros, Tamps. 75.123 kW
50 1 XHLNA-TDT Nuevo Laredo, Tamps. 75.123 kW
36 1 XHREY-TDT Reynosa, Tamps. 61.24 kW
21 1 XHFET-TDT San Fernando, Tamps. 0.9 kW
28 1 XHHP-TDT Soto La Marina, Tamps. 5.09 kW
29 1 XHWT-TDT Tampico, Tamps. 30.2 kW
32 1 XHAZL-TDT Cerro Azul, Ver. 4.5 kW
43 1 XHBE-TDT Coatzacoalcos, Ver. 50.58 kW
31 1 XHIC-TDT Cofre de Perote, Ver. 239.46 kW
33 1 XHSTV-TDT Santiago Tuxtla, Ver. 15.16 kW
31 1 XHDH-TDT Mérida, Yuc. 97.952 kW
23 1 XHKYU-TDT Valladolid/Kahua, Yuc. 4.76 kW
34 1 XHKC-TDT Fresnillo, Zac. 9.230 kW
27 1 XHCPZ-TDT Sombrerete, Zac. 9.13 kW
46 1 XHLVZ-TDT Zacatecas, Zac. 40.94 kW
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Azteca Uno
Azteca Uno Language Watch Edit 160 160 Redirected from XHWT TV This article relies too much on references to primary sources Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources October 2015 Learn how and when to remove this template message Azteca Uno previously Azteca Trece 1 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 in the United States on Azteca America Azteca UnoTypeTerrestrial television networkCountryMexicoBroadcast areaMexicoProgrammingPicture format1080i 16 9 HDTV NTSC OwnershipOwnerTV AztecaHistoryLaunchedSeptember 1 1968 XHDF 1985 as Canal 13 1993 as Television Azteca after privatization LinksWebsitewww wbr aztecauno wbr comAvailabilityTerrestrialNational transmitter networkSee list Contents 1 History 1 1 Establishment of XHDF 1 2 Privatization 2 Programs 2 1 Entertainment 2 2 News 3 AZ Mundo 4 Azteca Uno transmitters 5 References 6 External linksHistory EditEstablishment of XHDF Edit Main article XHDF TDT Azteca Trece took its historic channel number 13 from XHDF TV which signed on in 1968 on channel 13 It was owned by Francisco Aguirre s Organizacion Radio Centro through concessionaire Corporacion Mexicana de Radio y Television S A de C V The station had fewer resources compared to its Mexico City competitors Telesistema Mexicano and Television Independiente de Mexico and relied on foreign films and series supplied primarily by Eurovision to fill out its broadcast day 2 In 1972 due to debts owed to the state owned Sociedad Mexicana de Credito Industrial Mexican Industrial Credit Society or SOMEX XHDF and concessionaire Corporacion Mexicana de Radio y Television were nationalized The first director of the government owned Canal 13 was Antonio Menendez Gonzalez and after his death he was succeeded by Enrique Gonzalez Pedrero senator of the state of Tabasco from the PRI Corporacion Mexicana de Radio y Television along with another state owned enterprise Tele Radio Nacional began receiving new television concessions as part of a national expansion of the Mexico City station into a national television network One of the first orders of business for Canal 13 was a relocation On July 14 1976 Canal 13 s new facilities in the Ajusco area of Mexico City were formally inaugurated by President Luis Echeverria The event was attended by various figures from the political and business sectors of the country including Secretary of the Interior Mario Moya Palencia and Secretary of Communications and Transportation Eugenio Mendez Docurro as well as Emilio Azcarraga Milmo Romulo O Farrill and Miguel Aleman Velasco who served as directors of Televisa In 1983 the Mexican government reorganized its broadcast holdings The result was the creation of the Mexican Television Institute which changed its name to Imevision in 1985 Imevision comprised not only Canal 13 now known as Red Nacional 13 but the former Television de la Republica Mexicana with its channel 22 station and a new network known as Red Nacional 7 and broadcast in Mexico City by the brand new XHIMT TV channel 7 During the Imevision years Red Nacional 13 continued to broadcast commercial programming although it featured some programs with a cultural focus such as Temas de Garibay Entre Amigos with Alejandro Aura and several programs with journalist Jorge Saldana Privatization Edit This Azteca Trece logo with variations was used between 1994 and 2007 and is based on the Mayan numeral for 13 In 1990 Imevision collapsed the 7 and 13 national networks into one retaining the stronger channel 13 branding At this time the first of two attempts to privatize Imevision was made meeting with no bidders In 1993 the administration of Carlos Salinas de Gortari auctioned off Imevision and some other government owned media ventures in various packages Radio Television del Centro headed by electronics store owner Ricardo Salinas Pliego bought all of the TV stations The result was the creation of Television Azteca which took its name from the holding company created for the largest of the packages the Red Nacional 13 including XHDF Programs EditAzteca Uno is the home of most of TV Azteca s domestic output especially telenovelas entertainment programs and news Entertainment Edit Azteca Uno features two entertainment programs on its weekday schedule Its morning show Venga la Alegria airs from 8 55 to noon and competes against similar offerings from Las Estrellas and Imagen Television An afternoon show Ventaneando is more focused on entertainment news and airs at 4pm News Edit Main article Hechos Azteca Uno airs three editions of Hechos Azteca s primary newscast in the morning at lunchtime and at 10pm All three beat Televisa s competing newscasts in the ratings in September 2016 3 AZ Mundo EditThe network also operates an international version of Azteca Trece as AZ Mundo formerly Azteca 13 Internacional reaching 13 countries in North Central and South America On July 15 2004 the CRTC in Canada denied a request for Azteca 13 Internacional to be broadcast via digital cable and satellite 4 However a second subsequent request was approved on January 20 2006 5 On September 15 2015 Azteca 13 International was renamed AZ Mundo 6 The channel is available in Canada on Rogers Digital Cable Videotron amp Bell Fibe TV Azteca Uno transmitters EditAzteca Uno is available on 91 of its own transmitters as well as on a subchannel of 13 Azteca 7 transmitters 7 8 The latter only carry Azteca Uno in standard definition As part of the national virtual channel realignment of October 2016 Azteca Trece including in Mexico City moved from channel 13 to channel 1 The move allowed it to leapfrog Las Estrellas its primary competitor which remained on channel 2 it also ultimately led to the rename of the network as Azteca Uno effective January 1 2018 RF VC Call sign Location ERP30 1 XHJCM TDT Aguascalientes Ags 15 89 kW16 1 XHENE TDT Ensenada BC 29 3 kW28 1 XHAQ TDT Mexicali BC 65 67 kW21 1 XHFEC TDT San Felipe BC 1 02 kW28 1 XHJK TDT Tijuana BC 151 03 kW24 1 XHJCC TDT San Jose del Cabo BCS 13 53 kW26 1 XHCOC TDT Cd Constitucion BCS 7 28 kW21 1 XHAPB TDT La Paz BCS 49 91 kW29 1 XHGE TDT Campeche Camp 20 33 kW35 1 XHGN TDT Ciudad del Carmen Camp 8 16 kW29 1 XHPEH TDT Escarcega Camp 7 23 kW21 1 XHCGJ TDT Cd Camargo Chih 4 08 kW34 1 XHCJE TDT Cd Juarez Chih 52 1 kW22 1 XHCH TDT Chihuahua Chih 51 47 kW23 1 XHIT TDT Chihuahua Chih 51 41 kW22 1 XHCH TDT Delicias Chih 51 47 kW23 1 XHIT TDT Delicias Chih 51 41 kW25 1 XHHPC TDT Hidalgo del Parral Chih 8 97 kW24 1 XHCGC TDT Nuevo Casas Grandes Chih 9 63 kW16 1 XHHR TDT Ojinaga Chih 2 51 kW25 1 XHHE TDT Cd Acuna Coah 4 21 kW24 1 XHHC TDT Monclova Coah 11 69 kW29 1 XHPFC TDT Parras Coah 10 92 kW26 1 XHCJ TDT Sabinas Coah 9 98 kW19 1 XHWX TDT Saltillo Coah 13 605 kW39 1 XHGDP TDT Torreon Coah 188 17 kW43 1 XHKF TDT Colima Col 24 14 kW21 1 XHDR TDT Manzanillo Col 10 47 kW22 1 XHTCA TDT Tecoman Col 4 560 kW25 1 XHDF TDT Mexico City 468 030 kW22 1 XHVEL TDT Cuencame Dgo 4 57 kW26 1 XHDB TDT Durango Dgo 12 83 kW45 1 XHGVH TDT Guadalupe Victoria Dgo 4 83 kW27 1 XHPAP TDT Santiago Papasquiaro Dgo 1 79 kW33 1 XHMAS TDT Celaya Gto 100 27 kW48 1 XHIE TDT Acapulco Gro 36 48 kW24 1 XHCER TDT Chilpancingo Gro 17 66 kW41 1 XHIR TDT Iguala Gro 6 19 kW23 1 XHIB TDT Taxco Gro 7 18 kW22 1 XHDU TDT Zihuatanejo Gro 42 68 kW25 1 XHDF TDT Pachuca Hgo 1 22 kW46 1 XHTGN TDT Tulancingo Hgo 9 99 kW33 1 XHJAL TDT Guadalajara Jal 109 19 kW25 1 XHGJ TDT Puerto Vallarta Jal 19 27 kW27 1 XHXEM TDT Toluca Jocotitlan Mex 92 8 kW26 1 XHLCM TDT Lazaro Cardenas Mich 9 18 kW24 1 XHCBM TDT Patzcuaro Mich Cerro Burro 66 42 kW27 1 XHCUR TDT Cuernavaca Mor 239 83 kW30 1 XHAF TDT Tepic Nay 24 kW19 1 XHWX TDT Monterrey NL 429 706 kW33 1 XHJN TDT Huajuapan de Leon Oax 5 36 kW25 1 XHIG TDT Matias Romero Oax Cerro Palma Sola 48 21 kW26 1 XHDG TDT Oaxaca Oax 58 kW24 1 XHINC TDT Pinotepa Nacional Oax 4 41 kW33 1 XHPCE TDT Puerto Escondido Oax 46 1 XHSCO TDT Salina Cruz Oax 3 33 kW24 1 XHPUR TDT Puebla Pue 53 51 kW28 1 XHTHN TDT Tehuacan Pue 17 36 kW26 1 XHQUR TDT Queretaro Qro 301 070 kW25 1 XHAQR TDT Cancun Q Roo 38 97 kW23 1 XHBX TDT Chetumal Q Roo 8 54 kW26 1 XHPMS TDT Matehuala SLP 4 44 kW28 1 XHDD TDT San Luis Potosi SLP 43 42 kW24 1 XHTZL TDT Tamazunchale SLP 5 05 kW21 1 XHTAZ TDT Tamazunchale SLP 5 06 kW32 1 XHCUA TDT Culiacan Sin 36 7 kW27 1 XHMSI TDT Los Mochis Sin 45 49 kW34 1 XHLSI TDT Mazatlan Sin 38 31 kW33 1 XHCSO TDT Cd Obregon Son 38 46 kW21 1 XHHN TDT Guaymas Son 12 34 kW24 1 XHHSS TDT Hermosillo Son 38 950 kW15 1 XHFA TDT Nogales Son 77 34 kW44 1 XHVHT TDT Villahermosa Tab 18 79 kW23 1 XHBY TDT Ciudad Mante Tamps 8 45 kW24 1 XHCVT TDT Ciudad Victoria Tamps 17 08 kW12 1 XHMTA TDT Matamoros Tamps 75 123 kW50 1 XHLNA TDT Nuevo Laredo Tamps 75 123 kW36 1 XHREY TDT Reynosa Tamps 61 24 kW21 1 XHFET TDT San Fernando Tamps 0 9 kW28 1 XHHP TDT Soto La Marina Tamps 5 09 kW29 1 XHWT TDT Tampico Tamps 30 2 kW32 1 XHAZL TDT Cerro Azul Ver 4 5 kW43 1 XHBE TDT Coatzacoalcos Ver 50 58 kW31 1 XHIC TDT Cofre de Perote Ver 239 46 kW33 1 XHSTV TDT Santiago Tuxtla Ver 15 16 kW31 1 XHDH TDT Merida Yuc 97 952 kW23 1 XHKYU TDT Valladolid Kahua Yuc 4 76 kW34 1 XHKC TDT Fresnillo Zac 9 230 kW27 1 XHCPZ TDT Sombrerete Zac 9 13 kW46 1 XHLVZ TDT Zacatecas Zac 40 94 kWReferences Edit Azteca Trece sera Azteca Uno eluniversal com mx in Spanish Retrieved 1 January 2018 Rafael Ahumada Barajas 1997 El Papel del Estado Mexicano como Emisor Televisivo Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico p 24 ISBN 968 36 5995 0 Retrieved 1 February 2017 Posada Garcia Miriam 22 September 2016 Superan en rating los noticieros de Tv Azteca a los de Televisa La Jornada Retrieved 28 January 2017 Broadcasting Public Notice CRTC 2004 50 15 July 2004 Retrieved 1 February 2017 Broadcasting Public Notice CRTC 2006 8 20 January 2006 Retrieved 1 February 2017 Broadcasting Regulatory Policy CRTC 2016 34 1 February 2016 Retrieved 1 February 2017 Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones Listado de Canales Virtuales Last modified 26 February 2021 Retrieved 2017 01 28 Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones Infraestructura de Estaciones de TDT Last modified 2018 05 16 Retrieved 2017 01 28 Technical information from the IFT Coverage Viewer External links EditOfficial website in Spanish Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Azteca Uno amp oldid 1052538618, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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