Began broadcasting in 1968, as XHTM-TV Channel 8 operated by the Independent Television of Mexico.
Later, Mexico's Independent Television company merges with Mexican Telesistema resulting satellite TV better known as Televisa.
Starting on April 7, 2008, thanks to an agreement between Televisa and Telemundo programming that television enters U.S. Galavision, among which include soap operas and talk shows unit.
It is anticipated that the company will last at least 10 years and is transmitted through Channel 9 just over 1000 annual hours of content made by Telemundo.
Moreover, this also gives Televisa productions of Colombian chain RCN.
For the year 1985, the Channel 8 frequency change and relocated to channel 9, to provide technical space at Channel 7 in the Federal District. It was then that Emilio Azcarraga Milmo order of Channel 9 makes history, devoting 100% of its programming to educational and cultural issues and removing all the commercials. One of its most popular programs was the "time library of UNAM" hosted by Lisa Owen that projected foreign films considered arthouse.
It was the first television channel in the world, regional coverage, in an open and free, entirely dedicated to culture, no paid advertisements.
1973 - Culture in the image. 8, the Canal del Valle de Mexico.
1985 - The Image Culture.
1988 - Cultural Televisa Canal.
1990 - The Light of the Imagination.
1991 - Mexican Family channel.
1991 - 1994 Where all have much to View
1995 - The TV that watches you.
1997 - Channel 9: Su Casa, its Canal
December 27, 1999 - January 7, 2000 - Channel 9 Goals.
Televisa, altruistically, assumed all the financial costs and kept the channel without sponsors until 1992, when it was converted to commercial television, leaving the culture and becoming a channel with programming dedicated to sports and entertainment. Today, unlike in the past, the channel broadcasts many more commercial breaks than other channel Televisa.
Top programs of Galavision Mexico Channel
- Talk Shows
- united progrmas
Galavision Official details
- Owned by:Groupe Televisa
- Country: Mexico
- Website: http://www.televisa.com/galavision/