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XEQ-Galavision Logo.png
Mexico City, Mexico
Branding Galavision
Channels Analog: 9 (VHF)
Digital: 44 HDTV (UHF)
Affiliations Televisa
Owner Televisa
Founded 1968
Former callsigns XHTM (1968-1985)
Former channel number(s) 8 (1968-1985)
Transmitter Power 325 kw (analog)

XEQ (Channel 9 analog, Channel 44 digital HDTV) is a Televisa flagship TV station, based in Mexico City. In May 2001 was rebranded as "Galavisión" (which should not be confused with Univision cable TV network of the same name in the United States of America). XEQ is repeated on various television transmitters throughout Mexico, often with local ads inserted.

The Galavisión schedule is mainly filled with foreign telenovelas, a lot of sports, especially football (soccer) and lucha libre (wrestling), along with gossip shows like NX.

On January 3, 2007, Galavisión debuted its first news program, Las Noticias por Adela. Prior to that date, Galavisión offered no newscasts, as Televisa's news programming could be seen on XEW-TV, as well as its local stations such as XHTV.

On March 18, 2008 it was announced that an agreement was made between Grupo Televisa and NBC Universal that will see Telemundo programs on XEQ TV as well as its Sky Mexico satellite TV division and its Cablevision cable unit beginning in April, 2008 [1] [2] [3]


  • 12 Corazones
  • NX
  • Mujer Casos de la Vida Real


  • La Dama de Troya
  • Tierra de Pasiones
  • Más sabe el Diablo
  • Decisiones de Mujeres
  • Sin Senos no hay Paraíso

Feria de Galavisión

  • Cero en Conducta
  • La Hora Pico
  • Una Familia de Diez
  • Humor es... Los Comediantes
  • La Casa de la Risa
  • Vecinos


  • Las Noticias por Adela

•Noticiero con Alejandro Cacho Cine

  • Cine Sensacional Presenta


  • Súper Sábado
  • Futbol Mexicano
  • Lucha Libre
  • Hazaña El Deporte Vive

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