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  • UNID-2 Mexico??

    Antenna aimed SW, good luck with this one... https://youtu.be/gHMxMouIn6o

  • #2
    I was studying the logo at the bottom left at 0:30 to 0:34, and it looks like Canal Diez, Tapachula Chiapas. Be sure to view the video in full quality 1080P.

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    • #3
      It's possible it's Chiapas, definately looks like it could be a 10 in corner. XHTAA-2 Chiapas is not an easy catch...at least for me. Last time I IDed it was 3 years ago, and the logo looked like this. The logo on the left is the logobug that stays on screen. What is on the right side is actually part of a large text ID that stays for a few seconds. If on your original video (which is usually sharper than post Youtube), you see a "TV" within the 10...you're good to go.

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      mike
      TVDXing since 7/27/09

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      • #4
        Canal Diez Chiapas has its bug UL.

        The logo has changed since 2012, Mike:

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        • #5
          Thanks for the update Raymie. From what I see, it doesn't really look like what's on the video. Looking at 1900+ miles from Akron to Tapachula.
          mike
          TVDXing since 7/27/09

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          • #6
            Mike says it all, Crazy. XHTAA-2 is a tough catch down here, so 1900 miles is possible but doubtful.

            I can't watch videos on my slow connection, so I can't help anyone from home unless they post a small photo.
            Danny
            Shreveport, LA
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            • #7
              Few stations in Mexico put a station or network logo LL. Most LL logos are program related.

              What kind of program did you see?
              Danny
              Shreveport, LA
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Danny View Post
                Few stations in Mexico put a station or network logo LL. Most LL logos are program related.

                What kind of program did you see?
                The program was definitely a news program. It shows an anchor at a desk who seems to be talking to a live reporter. I tried getting a still photo from the video, but it's too grainy in a photo. It's easier to make it out in the video.

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                • #9
                  Here is a photo, but it probably won't help.
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                  • #10
                    It's not a Televisa Regional as their graphics package is different.
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                    • #11
                      Thanks, Crazy. It gives me an idea of what you saw. Therefore, I can let you know if I come up with anything. Mike might see
                      it before I do.

                      What time was this?

                      Raymie is correct about that not being the usual Televisa local news graphics. Unless it was a Televisa independent, Gala
                      local, or state owned station, it will likely remain unIDed.
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                      Danny
                      Shreveport, LA
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                      • #12
                        Is that a logo LR or is it one of those odd things Es does to video when you try to photograph it?
                        Danny
                        Shreveport, LA
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                        More than 1,100 TV logs since 1994

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                        • #13
                          That graphic just doesn't look very busy compared to most newscasts in Mexico. No time or temp, no crawls, etc.
                          Danny
                          Shreveport, LA
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                          My Photographs of 100 Mexico TV DX Local IDs http://www.tvdxexpo.com/100mexicotvids.html
                          More than 1,100 TV logs since 1994

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                          • #14
                            The only logo I saw in the video was in the lower left. It's a lot clearer when viewing it as a video compared to a still photo. The video was recorded at 6:32 pm eastern time.

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                            • #15
                              There might, MIGHT be something UR too...
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