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  • Identify the Logo

    Can anyone figure out which Network logo this is, bottom right? It's channel 2, probably Mexico, but I'm not sure.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JsE8NgfAjM

  • #2
    My resolution here is not sharp enough to make out, but it *looks* like the "El Canal de las Estrellas" logo. See the XEW-TV logo here---the difference is that your logo is flattened or 2-dimensional:

    http://tvdxtips.com/mexlogos.html

    XEW-TV is indeed ch 2 in Mexico City, but that isn't enough to nail it. That is a network bug, and there should still be a few ch 2's beside XEW-TV that run this network.

    cd

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    • #3
      Originally posted by cd637299 View Post
      My resolution here is not sharp enough to make out, but it *looks* like the "El Canal de las Estrellas" logo. See the XEW-TV logo here---the difference is that your logo is flattened or 2-dimensional:

      http://tvdxtips.com/mexlogos.html

      XEW-TV is indeed ch 2 in Mexico City, but that isn't enough to nail it. That is a network bug, and there should still be a few ch 2's beside XEW-TV that run this network.

      cd
      That's definitely Canal de las Estrellas. The closest one to you is Santa Barbara, Chih. at 1698 miles. There are also notable CE transmitters on 2 in CancĂșn and Coatzacoalcos, both at about 1750 miles from you.
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      • #4
        Thanks Christopher and Raymie, I wasn't sure if that was the correct logo or not, but it did look like it. It was cut off the edge of the screen, and I didn't know if I saw a plus symbol or a star symbol inside that circle. There were quite a few Mexicans battling it out on channel 2 last night... Trece, Canal Cinco, and this one.

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        • #5
          Whichever C-de-los-E it was, you're getting stuff > 1600 miles! Pizza pizza!

          cd

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          • #6
            I'm okay with not knowing the exact location. It's definitely far. I'll add it to my Flickr album with the channel number and network.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Raymie View Post
              That's definitely Canal de las Estrellas. The closest one to you is Santa Barbara, Chih. at 1698 miles. There are also notable CE transmitters on 2 in CancĂșn and Coatzacoalcos, both at about 1750 miles from you.
              XHQRO-2 Cancun is a Cinco relayer. They switched from XEW several years ago.

              Andrew, when you see that star logo of XEW or any other network logo, you are not likely to receive an ID. And when the text ID does come up for about 5 seconds (if one does come up), you will not likely be able to read it. Yesterday I saw about 25 network relayers. I IDed 2, if you count "Info 7" on XHTAU-2, which is not like network programming.


              Whatever you had, it was good DX.
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