- Television in Honduras
Television in Honduras consists of both local channels and foreign television, normally distributed through cable. Honduras adopted ATSC Standards for digital terrestrial television broadcasting. The Comisión Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (CONATEL) decided on January 9, 2007 to adopt the ATSC standard, which went into effect on January 16, 2007, when it was published in the "Diario Oficial La Gaceta". The first Digital High Definition TV Station, CampusTv, was founded by Universidad de San Pedro Sula.
The following are some of the tv channels produced in Honduras.
- Canal 11 
- Cholusat Sur Canal 36 
- Maya TV Canal 66 
- Teleceiba Canal 7 
- Televicentro (Honduras) 
- Televisión Nacional de Honduras
- MundoTV tegucigalpa
- Centroamerica Tv 
Broadcast television stations in San Pedro Sula / Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Stations in San Pedro Sula
HRJS 2 (Vica Television) - HRLP 4/7 (Telecadena)- HRJG 6 (Canal 6) - HRTS 7 - HRHE 21(TELERED 21) -
Stations in Tegucigalpa
HRCV 3/7 HRTG 5 (Canal 5/El Lider) Canal 8 Honduras HRJS 9 (Vica Television) - HRNQ 13 (Cruceña de TV) -
Stations in La Ceiba, Honduras
HRXN 2 (Teleceiba) - HRCV 3 (Telesistema 3/Telesistema 7)
Stations in Puerto Cortés, Honduras
HRCV 3 (Telesistema 3/Telesistema 7)See also: Communications in Honduras, as well as broadcast television in the Managua, Nicaragua and Guatemala City markets
Television in Latin America and the Caribbean North America Central America
- Belize · Costa Rica
- El Salvador
Caribbean South America
- Dependencies not included.
- 1 Defined as a semi-autonomous territory.
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