CTNM (formerly known as NTN from 1972-1985 and DBC from 1985-2018) is a Mexican terrestrial TV network. It is broadcast in English and Spanish, and was founded in 1972 as a Mexican division of NTN. It is the country's second largest television network, and as such airs a great deal of popular, often sensational material. It is a subsidiary of the American-based Ceptua. It is one of the most popular TV networks in the country and has been for over 20 years.
In 2018, the network was renamed "Ceptua Television Network Mexico (CTNM)". The network is still affiliated with DBC (a subsidiary of Ceptua) in the United States. In its new name, the network hopes to be more in tune with the audience's needs, to appeal to the same audience's interests and to become more "modern". This can be achieved by creating new and better content and by changing up their branding.