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    TGV-3 with logo UR.

    TGV-3 with soccer promo UR.

    XHPUR-6 Puebla with text ID UR.

    XHTAU-2 Tampico with Azteca-7 and MTY 24 (Monterrey temp) UR.
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    Nice catches Danny. Nice job freezing that pic to catch the soccer player just right. I also pulled in TGV-3 Guatemala City and XHP-3 Puebla. And I also caught the Azteca trece on channel 4...but without ID showing it could be a number of places. CCI was brutal for me this morning. More than I've ever seen.
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    I got some Central Amexico today, and I wanted to tell you Danny, that only today did I find out that "Secretos de Cocina" is also on 2 AND 4 El Salvador (simulcast), after the morning show which has no logo bug---and I believe that the segue went right into "Secretos" without an ID. Humberto might be able to confirm.

    Edit: BTW, great grabs, especially any time you can grab an XH onscreen!

    cd

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    Thanks Mike and Chris.

    There are so many relayers in Mexico, Mike, that cci can be a real headache, and it was today.

    Chris, where does that cooking show originate?

    Chris, do you remember that TGV photo of your's where the 3 logo was not-quite covering the XEW star logo? I saw them running a show today with the Galavision logo barely covered by the TGV logo.
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    I hesitated to post these poor quality pictures of a poor signal. This is channel 6 from El Salvador. The logo UR is a 6 on a pink background. From this morning.
    Last edited by Danny; 06-30-2010 at 09:09 PM.
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    Good on 6....I rarely have that luxury!

    As to Cocina, I figure it was an El Salvador show, but now I am not so sure. The logo seemed to look the same for the show.

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    'Secretos de Cocina' is a TV show used by Unilever to promote their food product brands (Mirasol butter, Hellman's mayonaise, Continental spices, etc).

    During the show they never mention the ingredients generic names, they always use their brands, so instead of saying 'two spoons of butter' they say 'two spoons of Mirasol butter' (their brand).

    I didn't know there was a Guatemalan version until I read this post. They do one version for a Guatemalan audience and one version for the Salvadoran audience.Both filmed in their respective countries.

    I doubted that Unilever would use the Salvadoran version in Guatemala, so I had to look up in Youtube. I knew they must be different TV shows because Unilever always dubs their advertisements to the local accent. You can check those versions of the show here:

    Guatemalan Version
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_oVs...eature=related

    El Salvador Version
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YBOHnurHMw

    The following lines are a bit off-topic, but might be interesting.

    Unilever dubs their TV ads to the local accent in over the air television. That must be the reason they have 2 versions of the same show for to neighbouring countries... Even if all Spanish versions are mutually intelligible (that means that an educated Spanish speaker won't have trouble communicating with someone from other Spanish country.)

    In Latin America it is common for over-the -ir television to dub all shows in foreign languages. Mexican Televisa has even dubbed Chilean Spanish to Mexican Spanish!

    That's because over-the-air tv always tries to reach as much audience as possible. By dubbing foreign languages they reach viewers who can't read subtitles , and by dubbing foreign accents they reach a lower educated audience that might be too lazy or not brilliant enough to listen to a foreign accent.

    On the other hand Cable Television that's usually adquired by those who can pay for it, won't bother dubbing all shows or advertisements.
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    That is interesting, Chero.
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    Definitely interesting, that even dialects & accents are dubbed!! That wouldn't work here.....political correctness.

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    You are correct, Chris.
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