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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 Televisora del Valle de México as a news channel. It was owned by CNI (Corporación de Noticias e Información) twice from 1995-2002 and 2003-2005, & is currently owned by TV Azteca.

CNI Canal 40 (first era)


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Azteca Cuarenta (first era)


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On July 29, 1998, CNI partnered with TV Azteca, becoming "Azteca Cuarenta".

CNI Canal 40 (second era)


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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)


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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)


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On January 24, 2003, the channel changed hands back to CNI for the second time, and continued broadcasting for 28 months.


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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.

Proyecto 40


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On February 21, 2006, TV Azteca began transmiting the under the name of Proyecto 40, turning it into a national network.




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ADN 40


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On March 13, 2017, TV Azteca renamed the channel to adn40, a news TV channel.

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