XHDF (Channel 13 analog and Channel 25 digital HDTV) is a television station in Mexico City, owned and operated by TV Azteca; it is the flagship station of the TV Azteca network.
XHDF was one of three stations originally owned and operated by Imevision, a Mexican public broadcaster (XHIMT-TV and XEIMT-TV were the others). In 1993, it and XHIMT became part of the new commercial Grupo Salinas, when the Mexican government dissolved Imevision.
List of programs broadcast by Azteca 13
This are the two telenovelas that are broadcasting now on Azteca 13:
Se Busca un Hombre
Se Busca un Hombre(Men wanted in English) is a Spanish language telenovela The most novel series which tells the private lives of a group of women who are frequent clients of “Angelica Style”, a prestigious beauty clinic. This group of women has something in common: they have all failed to find the men of their dreams. As the stories blend their different personalities are shown and their deepest wish revealed they want to find a man who can understand them with freedom and love.
Mientras haya Vida
Mientras haya Vida is the new telenovela that present Argos in co-production with TV Azteca.
Mientras haya Vida is the history of the shock of two worlds, the opulence world and the one of the lack of opportunities, equalized in the fight for the love. A man who lost everything, except the dignity and a woman who it had all less money. It is the story of love between a prince millonario
and a princess of a department of social interest. Of two young persons that born in both ends of the economic - social scale, they find one in other one, the opportunity to demonstrate that the love can bloom in the middle of the most emaciated fight for the power and the territory.
Telenovelas are in red; Sports programs are in green; Newscasters are in blue; movies are in yellow; game shows are in orange-->; spectacle programming is in purple.
All times are in Central Time
Azteca 13 Internacional
The network also operates an international version of XHDF, Azteca 13 Internacional, reaching 13 countries in Central and South America.
On July 15, 2004, the CRTC in Canada denied a request for Azteca 13 Internacional to be broadcasted via digital cable and satellite. However, a second subsequent request was approved on January 20, 2006. The channel is available in Canada on Rogers Digital Cable.