|Corporación Oaxaqueña de Radio y Televisión|
The Corporación Oaxaqueña de Radio y Televisión (CORTV, "Oaxacan Radio and Television Corporation") is a government agency of the Mexican state of Oaxaca charged with the operation of radio and television stations in the state.
CORTV operates a television network of the same name, with 16 transmitters, and it owns a 32-station FM radio network with an additional station in Oaxaca. The television network has shed 30 transmitters in recent years and also dropped six additional transmitters by failing to convert them to digital.
Public broadcasting in Oaxaca began in the early 1980s under Governor Pedro Vásquez Colmenares, with the insertion of local opt-outs into the programming of the Canal 7 network of Imevisión. Original output consisted entirely of plays staged for television by the Compañía Teatral Palo Bravo, as the state lacked production resources. In 1988, the Instituto Oaxaqueño de Radio y Televisión (IORTV) was established.
On March 21, 1989, under the direction of Virgilio Caballero Pedraza, IORTV was reorganized as Radio y Televisión de Oaxaca (RTO). It adopted its present name in 1993.
CORTV holds virtual channel 9 throughout Oaxaca. In 2022, its concessions for television service were consolidated into one: XHCPBR-TDT (primary RF channel 36), which can have transmitters throughout the state. However, the existing transmitters were not moved to channel 36.
|21||Acatlán de Pérez Figueroa||.100 kW|
|23||Concepción Pápalo||.200 kW|
|22||Corral de Piedra||10 kW|
|22||Huautla de Jiménez||5 kW|
|22||Juchitán de Zaragoza||.800 kW|
|15||Pinotepa Nacional||10 kW|
|27||Santa Catarina Juquila||.200 kW|
|28||San Agustín Loxicha||.006 kW|
|20||San Juan Bautista Tuxtepec||5 kW|
|22||San Pedro Pochutla||10 kW|
|22||San Pedro Tapanatepec||.200 kW|
|23||Santa María Ixcatlán||.002 kW|
|22||Santiago Juxtlahuaca||.200 kW|
|22||Teotitlán de Flores Magón||.200 kW|
In March 2018, in order to facilitate the repacking of TV services out of the 600 MHz band (channels 38-51), the transmitters for Juchitán de Zaragoza and Pinotepa Nacional were assigned new channels for continued digital operations.
Note that XHOAX-FM "Global 96.9" broadcasts different programming from the other 32 stations in the network. XHCRR on Cerro Corral de Piedra is receivable in the city of Oaxaca.
The CORTV transmitters serving Oaxaca (XHOAX and XHCRR) broadcast in HD Radio.
|XHCHT-FM||90.1||Chalcatongo de Hidalgo||.245 kW|
|XHHPL-FM||91.9||Huajuapan de León||3 kW|
|XHUAU-FM||97.3||Huautla de Jiménez||3 kW|
|XHLAB-FM||100.9||Lagunas/Barrio de la Soledad
|XHMAJ-FM||100.9||Mariscala de Juárez||3 kW|
|XHMPD-FM||90.9||Miahuatlán de Porfirio Díaz||.6 kW|
|XHCMA-FM||91.5||Nejapa de Madero||.245 kW|
|XHOAX-FM||96.9||Oaxaca de Juárez||18 kW|
|XHPLH-FM||91.7||Pluma Hidalgo||3 kW|
|XHPES-FM||105.9||Puerto Escondido||.5 kW|
|XHPUV-FM||92.1||Putla Villa de Guerrero||3 kW|
|XHSLC-FM||92.9||Salina Cruz||.5 kW|
|XHSFJ-FM||103.9||San Felipe Jalapa de Díaz||.245 kW|
|XHJBC-FM||89.3||San Juan Bautista Coixtlahuaca||.245 kW|
|XHSBC-FM||88.9||San Juan Bautista Cuicatlán||.245 kW|
|XHJBT-FM||102.7||San Juan Bautista Tuxtepec||.245 kW|
|XHSJB-FM||95.3||San Juan Bautista Valle Nacional||3 kW|
|XHSPH-FM||96.7||San Pedro Huamelula||.245 kW|
|XHPED-FM||107.9||San Pedro Tapanatepec||.245 kW|
|XHSAJ-FM||99.3||Santa Catarina Juquila||3 kW|
|XHSMJ-FM||89.7||Santa María Jalapa del Marqués||.245 kW|
|XHSMT-FM||99.5||Santa María Tecomavaca||.245 kW|
|XHSTH-FM||94.5||Santa María Tlahuitoltepec||3 kW|
|XHSTC-FM||107.5||Santiago Choapam||.245 kW|
|XHSJO-FM||101.1||Santiago Juxtlahuaca||.245 kW|
|XHSPN-FM||97.3||Santiago Pinotepa Nacional||3 kW|
|XHCRR-FM||92.9||Santiago Zoquiapan||3 kW|
|XHTFO-FM||94.3||Teotitlán de Flores Magón||.245 kW|
|XHVTM-FM||102.5||Villa de Tamazulápam del Progreso||3 kW|
|XHVSE-FM||93.3||Villa Sola de Vega||.380 kW|
|XHRIG-FM||107.9||Villa Tututepec||.245 kW|