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XHTVM-TV (Canal 40), currently known as ADN 40 ( Azteca, Deportes y Noticias) is a Mexico City-based television channel. It started broadcastiong on June 19, 1995 by as a news channel. It was owned by Televisora del Valle de México CNI ( ) twice from 1995-2002 and 2003-2005, & is currently owned by Corporación de Noticias e Información TV Azteca.
CNI Canal 40 (first era)
Azteca Cuarenta (first era)
On July 29, 1998, CNI partnered with
TV Azteca, becoming " ".
CNI Canal 40 (second era)
On July 16, 2000, CNI severed ties with TV Azteca to become an independent TV station, starting a conflict known as "El Chiquihuitazo" for six years.
Azteca Cuarenta (second era)
On December 27, 2002, TV Azteca was given the XHTVM license; this lasted for less than a month, making it one of the shortest broadcasting periods in Mexican television.
CNI Canal 40 (third era)
On January 24, 2003, the channel changed hands back to CNI for the second time, and continued broadcasting for 28 months.
On May 19, 2005, this logo was shown on HD broadcasts, but remained unofficial due to the channel's shutdown until February 2006; the reason was due to political criticisms.
On February 21, 2006, TV Azteca began transmiting the under the name of
Proyecto 40, turning it into a national network.
On March 13, 2017, TV Azteca renamed the channel to
adn40, a general TV channel.
TV stations in Mexico City