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Monterrey, Mexico
Branding TV Nuevo León
Slogan Es nuestra señal
Channels Digital: 28 (UHF) (only in Monterrey)
Virtual: 28 (PSIP)
Owner Gobierno del Estado de Nuevo León
Founded May 14, 1982
Call letters' meaning Monterrey Nuevo León
Former callsigns XHMNL-TV (1982-2015)
Former channel number(s) 28 (analog, 1982-2015)
Transmitter power 139.54 kW (digital)[1]
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Website http://rtv.nl.gob.mx

XHMNL-TDT channel 28, known on-air as TV Nuevo León (TVNL), is an educational and public television station owned and operated by the government of the State of Nuevo León in Monterrey. It is part of the Radio y Televisión de Nuevo León system.

TVNL transmits diverse programming, from newscasts, sports, cultural, artistic and variety shows, besides the events activities of the Government of Nuevo León. It also broadcasts programming from Canal Once. Some TVNL programming can also be seen via the Mexicanal network in the United States.


XHMNL-TV signed on May 14, 1982, as part of the Televisión de la República Mexicana/Televisión Rural de México system. The original offices were located on the 27th and 28th floors of the Latino Building in Monterrey.

In 1984 XHMNL broke from the network and became a station focused on Monterrey and Nuevo León, under the auspices of the state government; the next year it moved to its current facilities on San Francisco Avenue. Channel 28's transmitter is located on Cerro El Mirador.

On September 24, 2015, XHMNL in Monterrey shut off its analog signal and began exclusively broadcasting in digital on channel 28.[2]


The state of Nuevo León owns the following low-power repeaters of XHMNL. Note that all operating stations outside of Monterrey are still in analog:

XHAGL-TV 27 Agualeguas
XHNAR-TV 38 Aramberri
XHNAN-TV TDT 22* Anáhuac
XHCMP-TV 27 Cerralvo
XHNDA-TV 10 Dr. Arroyo
XHZOS-TV 27 Lampazos de Naranjo
XHGBT-TV 27 General Bravo
XHGTR-TV 27 General Trevino
XHHGR-TV 27 Higueras
XHTUB-TV 13 Iturbide
XHLCH-TV 28 La Chona
XHZOS-TV 27 Lampazos de Naranjo
XHNLI-TV 32 Linares
XHAEA-TV 27 Los Aldamas
XHHRR-TV 27 Los Herrera
XHLRN-TV 27 Los Ramones
XHMNG-TV 27 Mier y Noriega
XHPRS-TV 27 Paras
XHRNS-TV 28 Rayones
XHNSA-TV 13 Sabinas Hidalgo
XHCLL-TV 27 Vallecillo
XHVDB-TV 27 Villaldama
XHZRZ-TV 28 Zaragoza
  • XHNAN analog was forced off the air by vandalism in 2015. As the station is on a channel above 51, it will return as a digital-only station at a later date.


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