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XHCMO TDT

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Slogan  El Canal de Morelos
Call letters' meaning  Cuernavaca, MOrelos
Founded  April 17, 1991
Channels  Digital: 49 (UHF) Virtual: 15
Owner  Gobierno del Estado de Morelos
Former channel number(s)  3 (analog and virtual, 1991-2016) 49 (branding, 2014-2016)

XHCMO-TDT is a television station in Cuernavaca, Morelos. Broadcasting on virtual channel 15, XHCMO is a public and educational television station owned and operated by the state of Morelos and managed by the Instituto Morelense de Radio y Televisión (IMRyT).

The station went on air on April 17, 1991 as XHCMO-TV, broadcasting on channel 3. This made it the first state-run television station in Morelos, under the auspices of what was then known as the Morelos System of Radio and Television (Sistema Morelense de Radio y Televisión or SMRTV, not to be confused with the similarly named Michoacán state network). After 1995, when SMRTV was dissolved, the quality of its radio and television stations began to fade. The Canal 3 transmitter weakened with lack of maintenance, while equipment became outdated. In 2000, the former SMRTV stations were reorganized, but for political reasons, the needed modernization of the radio and television stations did not happen. In 2010, SMRTV was reformed, and in 2013, it took on its current name of IMRyT.

In April 2014, XHCMO received approval to flash-cut to digital on channel 49 and increase its effective radiated power. The station shut off its analog signal on September 4, 2014, at which time it rebranded as Canal 49 (but continued to use virtual channel 3.1). XHCMO was assigned virtual channel 15 and moved to it on October 20, 2016, rebranding as "El Canal de Morelos".

References

XHCMO-TDT Wikipedia


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