For other uses, see Macau Asia Satellite Television.
MVS Multivisión, S.A. de C.V.
Sociedad anonima de capital variable
Industry Telecommunication
Founded 1989
Defunct July 2014
Headquarters México
Products Wireless cable television
Parent MVS Comunicaciones
Dish Mexico
Website MASTV old site

MASTV was a Mexican wireless television company . The company belonged to MVS Comunicaciones. The company offered service to 11 cities in Mexico; Mexico City, Guadalajara, Leon, Mérida, Monterrey, Pachuca, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi, Toluca, Tuxtla Gutierrez, and Villahermosa.[1] The company closed operations in July 2014 , and subscribers were migrated to parent operator Dish Mexico.


MVS Multivision former logo (1989-2002).

The system started operations on September 1, 1989 as MVS Multivisión in Mexico City. It later expanded to 10 other markets across Mexico. In 2002, MVS Multivision changed its name to MASTV . MVS and Echostar Corporation operate the DTH system Dish Mexico.


Before the gradual shutdown of the company in 2014, the system offered 17 channels, including 5 of MVS own channels (52MX, Exa TV, Multicinema, Multipremier and Cinelatino) which are bolded on the list. All channels were transmitted either subtitled or in Spanish. MASTV distributes all these channels on the same number in all the cities it serves.[2]

CH Network
51 Cartoon Network
52 TLC
53 Universal Channel
54 Fox Sports
55 TNT
56 52MX
57 Exa TV
58 The Film Zone
59 Multicinema
60 Multipremier
61 History
62 Nick Jr.
63 Space
64 Cine Latino
65 TV Guide
66 SyFy
67 Utilisima


  1. What is MASTV? Archived December 31, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. MASTV channels Archived December 31, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.

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