|Channels||Digital: 26 (UHF)|
|Slogan||La Señal de los Poblanos|
|Owner||Gobierno del Estado de Puebla |
|Founded||November 26, 2003|
Former call signs
|XHPZL-TV (1999-2004), Zacatlan|
Former channel number(s)
|26 (analog, 2003-2015)|
|Canal Once (to mid-2005)|
Call sign meaning
|Repeater(s)||XHPBZC-TDT (RF 11) Zacatlán, 180 watts|
Puebla TV (XHPUE-TDT channel 26 in Puebla) is the public television network of the Mexican state of Puebla. Covering a little over 40% of the state (by population), it offers educational, cultural and alternative programming; much is locally generated content intended to address the needs, expectations and lives of Pueblan society.
The network has transmitters in Puebla City and Zacatlán.
XHPUE in 2003, preceded by four years by the Zacatlán transmitter, originally permitted in 1999 as XHPZL-TV. The original five-year permit expired in 2004, but XHPBZC-TDT 11 was not authorized as its replacement until 2017.
XHPUE was licensed for digital and analog transmissions on the same channel 26 in 2014; this made it one of the first two stations with such intermittent authorization, alongside XHMNL-TV in Monterrey. After several tests, it flash-cut to digital in March 2015.