Here you'll find various tidbits on what's moving in the complex world of Mexican television—and some opinion too.
OPMA is changing
Part of that massive telecom law that was promulgated on July 14 was the creation of the new Sistema Público de Radiodifusion del Estado Mexicano (Mexican Public Broadcasting System, or SIPREM). This organism will replace OPMA like the IFT replaced the CFT — and it will be expanding nationally (it's still a head scratcher that Mexico's national public services weren't available across most of the country prior to OPMA, but that's changing fast). The change still won't formally happen until a president is named and an organic statute is drafted.
OPMA's website already hints at the conversion, and their social media accounts have more to say about it. I'm expecting some callsign changes, most notably to OPMA's low-band analog stations XHOPOA and XHOPME. They'll also be getting a boatload of new concessions* to go nationwide.
*Yes, concessions. All permits will be converted to "public use" or "social use" concessions within the next year, part of the same massive telecom law.