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1952–196?

Xhgc1952

196?–1970

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1970–1971

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1971–1973

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1973–1980

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1980–1986

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The "groovy 5" logo used during this period was also used on U.S. station KSTP-TV in Minneapolis, Minnesota during the same timeframe.

1986–1988

Medium 05-xhgc (t)
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1988–1989

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1989–1990

Xhgc-1990

1990–1991

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1991–1993

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1993–1996

1996–1997

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1997–2000

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2000–2003

Xhgccanal5

2003–2007

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2007–2013

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2013-2014

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2014-present

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TV stations in Mexico City

2

Televisa

XEW-TV  |

4

Televisa

XHTV-TV  |

5

Televisa

XHGC-TV  |

7

TV Azteca

XHIMT-TV  |

9

Televisa

XEQ-TV  |

11

Instituto Politécnico Nacional

XEIPN-TV  |

13

TV Azteca

XHDF-TV  |

22

Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes

XEIMT-TV  |

28

Grupo Imagen

XHTRES-TV  |

30

Organismo Promotor de Medios Audiovisuales

XHOPMA-TV  |

34

Sistema de Radio y Televisión Mexiquense

XHPTP-TV  |

40

TV Azteca

XHTVM-TV  |

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Televisa
Subsidiaries and Divisions:
Centro de Educación Artística | Pantelion Films | Editorial Televisa | Esmas.com | Fundación Televisa | Noticieros Televisa | Televisa Consumer Products | Televisa Deportes | Televisa Guadalajara | Televisa Tijuana | Televisa Home Entertainment | Televisa Networks | Televisa Radio | Televisa Regional

Television channels:
Free-to-air channels: Canal de las Estrellas | Canal 5 | FOROtv | Gala TV

Cable and satellite channels: Bandamax | De Película | De Pelicula Clásico | Distrito Comedia | Golden | Golden Edge | Ritmoson Latino | TLnovelas | Telehit | Televisa Deportes Network | Tiin | Unicable | Univision TDN

Defunct channels: American Network | ECO Noticias


Cable television companies: Cablevision | Cablemas | Sky México (DTH)


Soccer teams:
Club America (Liga MX)


Former soccer teams:
Club Necaxa (1980's until May 2014) | Club San Luis (2001-2011)

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