Puebla TV
Puebla, Mexico
ChannelsDigital: 26 (UHF)
Virtual: 26
BrandingPuebla TV
SloganLa Señal de los Poblanos
AffiliationsIndependent educational
OwnerGobierno del Estado de Puebla
(Puebla Comunicaciones)
FoundedNovember 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
Technical information
ERP72.8 kW
Transmitter coordinates19°04′39″N 98°20′42″W / 19.07750°N 98.34500°W / 19.07750; -98.34500
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.[1]

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.


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on October 14, 2011. Retrieved October 27, 2011.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)