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TV Azteca Unveils Two New Networks


MEXICO CITY: TV Azteca has two new networks, adn40 and a+, for Mexican audiences.

The channel adn40 is a news network. It is an evolution of the Proyecto 40 platform, which will change progressively, starting with three news programs from Monday to Friday: Primer Café, Es Tendencia and Es Noticia (the latter also airs on Saturdays and Sundays). On March 20, a+ launches, creating a network of local channels that produce content for the needs and preferences of each community. Through a+, TV Azteca offers a differentiated grid in each state, with newscasts and sports shows produced in each region, together with content from the national signals of TV Azteca and other producers.

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