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Milenio Television
Milenio Television
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Milenio Television
LaunchedAugust 20, 2008
Owned byGrupo Multimedios
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to letterboxed or center cut 480i for the SDTV feed, depending on provider)
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish
Broadcast areaWorldwide
WebsiteMilenio Television
Availability
Terrestrial
Multimedios (Mexico)Channel 6.2 (12.2 XHSAW-TDT)
XHILA-TDT (Mexicali, Baja California)Channel 66.4
XHIJ-TDT (Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua)Channel 44.4
Satellite
SKY México120
Cable
Available on most cable providesCheck local listings for channels
Verizon Fios (U.S.)1550 (SD)
Streaming media
tv.milenio.comWatch Live

Milenio Televisión is a Mexican television cable news channel owned by Grupo Multimedios. The news programming uses the resources of the Milenio newspaper, one of the largest in the country. Programming is 24 hours a day, through news, analysis and specialized programs. The channel is available in various pay TV systems throughout Mexico and the US, and on the internet.[1] Milenio has also been available on the second digital subchannels of Multimedios television stations, as well as those of XHIJ-TDT and XHILA-TDT.

The network produces newscasts specifically for Los Angeles called Noticias 22 Milenio. The newscasts air weekdays from 6 to 8 p.m., weekends 7 to 7:30 p.m. and daily from 10 to 10:30 p.m. on KWHY-TV 22.[2]

During 2012, Milenio Television began broadcasting on Digital Television on 12.2 of XHAW-TDT; until 2015 it moved to 12.2 of XHSAW-TDT. In 2017, it changes to channel 13.2. In February 2018, due to the change of XHAW-TDT from 12.1 to 6.1, XHSAW-TDT returns to 12.1 and Milenio Television in 12.2.

In 2016, Milenio Televisión's open signal increased when it received authorization from the IFT to be transmitted as part of the multiprogramming of the main channel in the cities of: Torreón, León, Nuevo Laredo, Ciudad Victoria, Tampico and Matamoros.

As a result of the IFT-6 tender, Multimedia won frequencies in Mexico City, Guadalajara, Durango, Ciudad Juarez and Monclova, Milenio Televisión is available at stations in those cities.

RF VC Callsign Location ERP Concessionaire
21 12.2 XHSAW-TDT Sabinas Hidalgo, NL Monterrey, NL 6.675 kW 52.5 kW Televisión Digital
25 6.2 XHVTU-TDT Ciudad Victoria, Tamps 20 kW Multimedios Televisión
15 6.2 XHVTV-TDT Matamoros, Tamps. 15 kW Televisión Digital
26 6.2 XHNAT-TDT Nuevo Laredo, Tamps 54.34 kW Multimedios Televisión
14 6.2 XHTAO-TDT Tampico, Tamps 12.5 kW Multimedios Televisión
28 6.2 XHMTCH-TDT Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua 45 kW Multimedios Television
29 6.2 XHMTDU-TDT Durango, Durango 75 kW Multimedios Television
11 6.2 XHTDMX-TDT Ciudad De Mexico 170 kW Television Digital
34 6.2 XHTDJA-TDT Guadalajara, Jal 200.009 kW Television Digital
21 49 XHDTV-TDT Tecate, Baja California. 27 kW Televisora Alco, S. de R.L. de C.V
20 66.3 XHILA-TDT Mexicali, Baja California. 21 kW Intermedia y Asociados Mexicali, S.A. de C.V.
33 6.2 XHMTCO-TDT Monclova, Coah 45.052 kW Multimedios Television
21 49.1 XHDTV-TDT Tijuana, Baja California. 300 kW Entravision Communications

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