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XHLSR
XHLSR logo

Location

Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico - Kingsville, Texas

Branding

CBS 6
CBS 6 Eyewitness News

Slogan

Your Number 1 Award-Winning Newscast in Texas and in Mexico.

Channels

Analog: 6 (VHF)
Digital: 6 (UHF)

Subchannels

6.1 XHLSR - CBS
6.2 Me-TV
6.3 CBS 6 News 24/7
6.4 AMC
6.5 CBS Sports Network

Affiliation

CBS

First air date

April 6, 1957

Former call letters

none

Former channel numbers

none

Former Affiliation

RKO (1957-1965, secondary)

Owner

CBS Television Stations
(operated by RKO Holdings)

XHLSR is the CBS affiliate that serves the Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico and Kingsville, Texas areas. It is owned by RKO Holdings and broadcasts on channel 6. XHLSR is given the Mexican callsign standards do to the fact that XHLSR's transmitter is located across the border in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Despite being a Mexican station, XHLSR mainly serves the Kingsville, TX area with their CBS programming.

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