TypeTerrestrial television network
HeadquartersMonterrey, N.L., Mexico
Broadcast area
North America
OwnerGrupo Multimedios
Key people
Francisco González
PSIP 6.3 (most of Mexico)
Official website

Teleritmo (alternately known as TLR) is a network of Spanish language television stations primarily concentrated in northeastern Mexico and the southwestern United States. The system is part of Grupo Multimedios. The flagship station of Teleritmo is XHSAW-TDT located in Monterrey, Nuevo León. Programming features Mexican regional music and music appeal variety programming.[1]

Teleritmo affiliates


The following is a list of Multimedios Television affiliates that broadcast Teleritmo on its third subchannel 6.3 in Mexico:

RF VC Call sign Location ERP Concessionaire
21 12.3 XHSAW-TDT Sabinas Hidalgo, N.L.
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
6.675 kW
52.5 kW
Televisión Digital
23 6.3 XHOAH-TDT Torreón, Coah. 47.5 kW Multimedios Televisión
31 6.3 XHLGG-TDT Cerro Los Tenamastes, Jal.
47.5 kW[2]
70 kW[3]
Multimedios Televisión
25 6.3 XHVTU-TDT Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas 20 kW Multimedios Televisión
15 6.3 XHVTV-TDT Matamoros, Tamaulipas
Reynosa, Tamps.
35 kW
40 kW
Televisión Digital
26 6.3 XHNAT-TDT Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas 54.34 kW Multimedios Televisión
14 6.3 XHTAO-TDT Tampico, Tamaulipas 12.5 kW Multimedios Televisión
27 6.3 XHTDMX-TDT Ciudad De Mexico 170 kW
3.98 kW
Television Digital
34 6.3 XHTDJA-TDT Guadalajara, Jalisco 200 kW Television Digital
15 6.3 XHMTPU-TDT Puebla, Puebla 122.5 kW Multimedios Television

Pay TV availability


Teleritmo is available across the United States on many cable, satellite and IPTV systems, including DirecTV, Dish/Sling, Comcast, Spectrum, AT&T U-Verse, Verizon FiOS and Grande Communications. It is carried in both standard definition and high definition versions. In 2016, the network also became available in Costa Rica (the third largest Mexican diaspora behind the United States and Guatemala) through cable.[4][5]