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In 2015, stations went digital-only throughout the country on 10 dates.
Some 129 analog television stations owned by noncommercial entities, such as state governments, and another 368 repeaters of primarily Televisa stations, received exemptions to delay their transition until December 31, 2016.
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The two largest public networks are Canal Once, owned by the Instituto Politécnico Nacional, and the multiplexed transmitter network of the Sistema Público de Radiodifusión del Estado Mexicano (SPR), which offers multiple public television services.
Virtual channels were assigned by the IFT in 2016, unifying most transmitters of national networks under one number and ending decades of old analog channel numbers.
In some cases, local stations were required to find new virtual channels.
Since the conversion to digital, Televisa and Azteca have multiplexed transmitters in rural areas, bringing full national network service to smaller communities for the first time. V.) and Grupo Radio Centro won concessions for 123 new television stations each, forming two new national television networks.
In March 2015, Grupo Imagen (under the name Cadena Tres I, S. The new networks must meet a minimum coverage standard set by the IFT for 2018 and reach full national coverage by 2020.
The list demonstrates the legacy of large television station concessions awarded in the 1980s and early 1990s.