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XHLI-FM (Guerrero)

XHLI-FM / XELI-AM is a radio station in Chilpancingo, Guerrero. Broadcasting on 94.7 FM and 1580 AM, XHLI is owned by Radio S.A. and carries a pop format known as Maxima.

                                               

XHRLF-FM

XHRLF-FM is a radio station on 96.7 FM, known as "Radio La Filosita", serving Carrizalillo in the Mexican state of Guerrero. Its operation is part of the Los Filos mine.

                                               

XHXC-FM

XEXC-AM received its concession in 1959. It was owned by Benito Garcia Aceves and broadcast on 1270 kHz, though it quickly moved to 1480. In 1996, it was sold to Rosalinda Bustamante Sosa, who in turn sold XEXC in 2002 to Super Mil de Guerrero, S ...

                                               

XHACC-FM

XEACC-AM 870 received its concession on April 10, 1979. It was owned by Miguel Olvera Monroy until 2005. XEACC received approval to migrate to FM in May 2013.

                                               

XHAH-FM

XHAH-FM is a radio station on 90.1 FM in Juchitan, Oaxaca. It is part of CMI, the media company owned by the Lopezlena family, and carries its Encuentro news/talk format.

                                               

XHCORO-FM

XHCORO-FM is a radio station on 98.7 FM in Loma Bonita, Oaxaca, serving Tuxtepec. XHCORO is owned by the Lopezlena family and carries its Encuentro statewide news/talk network, co-owned with the newspaper of the same name.

                                               

XHEPX-FM

XEPX-AM 1340 received its concession on November 26, 1977. It was owned by Julio Jalil Tame and broadcast with 500 watts. By 1997, XEPX had moved to 650 kHz with 5.000 watts, and in 2011, it was authorized to move to FM.

                                               

XHJUX-FM

                                               

XHKZ-FM

XHKZ-FM is a radio station on 98.1 FM in Santo Domingo Tehuantepec, Oaxaca. It is owned by Radiorama and is known as La Poderosa with a grupera format.

                                               

XHOU-FM

XEOU-AM 1480 received its concession on July 1, 1969 and signed on August 3 of that year. It was owned by Manuel Humberto Siordia Mata and broadcast as a daytimer with 500 watts. In 1993, it was transferred to Radiodifusora XEOU, which remains in ...

                                               

XHPNX-FM

XHPNX-FM is a radio station on 98.1 FM in Santiago Pinotepa Nacional, Oaxaca. It is part of CMI, the media company owned by the Lopez Lena family, and carries the Ke Buena national format from Televisa Radio as well as CMIs Encuentro news programs.

                                               

XHPOR-FM

XEPOR-AM 890 received its concession on August 8, 1991. It was owned by Luis Carlos Mendiola Codina. XEPOR promptly moved to 740 kHz. Meneses Olaya acquired XEPOR in 2004. XEPOR received approval to migrate to FM in 2010.

                                               

XHTEKA-FM

XHTEKA-FM is a radio station on 91.7 FM in Juchitan, Oaxaca. It is part of CMI, the media company owned by the Lopez Lena family, and known as Radio Teka.

                                               

XHTLX-FM

XETLX-AM 1040 received its concession on February 25, 1993. It was owned by Fernando del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus Laris Rodriguez Zetina, but he quickly sold it to local interests who brought the station on air January 2, 1995. XETLX initially br ...

                                               

XHUH-FM

XEUH-AM received its concession on April 24, 1965. It was owned by Juan B. Peimbert Jimenez Castro and broadcast with 1.000 watts on 1320 kHz. It was sold to its current concessionaire in 1993 and increased its power to 5.000 watts day in the 199 ...

                                               

XHXP-FM

XEXP-AM 1200 received its concession on August 27, 1964. It was owned by Ricardo Moreno Flores and broadcast as a daytimer with 250 watts, soon increased to 500 watts on 1150 kHz. Bravo Rodriguez acquired XEXP in 1977. XEXP moved to 106.5 FM afte ...

                                               

XHYG-FM

XHYG-FM is a radio station on 90.5 FM in Matias Romero, Oaxaca. It is part of CMI, the media company owned by the Lopezlena family, and carries its Encuentro news/talk format.

                                               

XHAN-FM

XHAN-FM is a radio station in Ocotlan, Jalisco, Mexico. Transmitting at a frequency of 91.1 MHz on the FM band, it broadcasts daily with a schedule of popular music, grupera, and news. The stations offices are located at 215 Zaragoza in Ocotlans ...

                                               

XHANV-FM

                                               

XHARDJ-FM

XHARDJ-FM is a noncommercial radio station on 107.3 FM in Arandas, Jalisco, known as Arandas FM. It is one of two permit stations operated by Grupo Radiofonico ZER via permitholder Impulsa por el Bien Comun de Jalisco, A.C.

                                               

XHBC-FM

The XEBC callsign returned to the air in December 1948, when Radio Ciudad Guzman, S.A., was awarded the concession for XEBC-AM 990, serving Ciudad Guzman with 1.000 watts day and 100 watts night. Radio Armonia became the concessionaire in 1972 an ...

                                               

XHGAI-FM

XHGAI-FM is a noncommercial radio station in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. Broadcasting on 105.9 FM, XHGAI is owned by Gaia FM, A.C. and operated by Capital Media, with studios and transmitter at the Plaza Caracol shopping mall.

                                               

XHHE-FM

XEHE-AM 1460, a 250-watt daytimer, received its concession on June 29, 1959. In the 1990s, it moved to 940 kHz and increased power to 1.000 watts. It migrated to FM in 2011.

                                               

XHIS-FM

XEIS-AM 670 received its concession on December 9, 1963 and signed on June 25, 1965. The 1 kW daytimer was sold to Radio Sistema del Pacifico by the end of the 1960s. It was authorized to move to FM in 2011, and in 2018, the transmitter was moved ...

                                               

XHJTF-FM

XHJTF-FM is a radio station on 103.1 FM in Zacoalco de Torres, Jalisco. It is owned by Grupo Radiofonico ZER and carries its La Tremenda grupera format.

                                               

XHJY-FM

XEJY-AM 1540 received its concession on May 4, 1964. It was owned by Roberto Perez Gonzalez and operated from El Grullo, Jalisco, as a 500-watt daytimer. In 1972, XEJY was sold to Radio Sistema del Suroeste and later moved to 1350 kHz. XEJY would ...

                                               

XHLAZ-FM

XHLAZ-FM is a radio station on 93.5 FM in Tamaliagua and Ciudad Guzman, Jalisco, broadcasting from a transmitter in Gomez Farias Municipality. It is affiliated to Radiorama but carries MVS Radios La Mejor grupera format.

                                               

XHLB-FM

XELB-AM 1090 received its concession on July 27, 1949. It was a 250-watt daytimer until the 1990s, when it upgraded to 5 kW day and 1 kW night. XELB was authorized for AM-FM migration in 2011.

                                               

XHLD-FM

XELD-AM received its concession a broadcast license on October 22, 1962. It was owned by Ernesto Medina Lima and broadcast on 1240 kHz with 1.000 watts day and 100 night. In 1972, it was transferred to XELD Radio Autlan. In the 1980s, XELD moved ...

                                               

XHLJ-FM

XELJ-AM 1030 received its concession on July 1, 1963 after signing on March 30 of the same year. It was owned by Radio Anunciadora de Lagos, S.A. The 250-watt daytimer increased its power to 1.000 watts by the 1980s, and in the 1990s, it drastica ...

                                               

XHMZA-FM

XHMZA-FM is a radio station on 89.7 FM in Cihuatlan, Jalisco, serving the Manzanillo, Colima area. The station is owned by Grupo Radiofonico ZER and broadcasts a romantic music format known as Sol FM 89.7.

                                               

XHPZ-FM

                                               

XHQZ-FM

XEQZ-AM 1540 received its concession on April 17, 1970. It was owned by Jose Ismael Alvarado Robles and later moved to 720 kHz, with power staying at 1 kW day. XEQZ was authorized to move to FM in 2011.

                                               

XHRGO-FM

                                               

XHRRR-FM (Jalisco)

XHRRR-FM is a noncommercial radio station in Encarnacion de Diaz, Jalisco, serving the Aguascalientes area. The station is owned by Grupo Radiofonico ZER, and its permit is held by Rodrigo Rodriguez Reyes. XHRRR broadcasts from a tower on Cerro d ...

                                               

XHTEQ-FM

XHTEQ-FM is a noncommercial radio station on 107.9 FM in Tequila, Jalisco, known as Tequila FM. It is one of two permit stations operated by Grupo Radiofonico ZER via permitholder Impulsa por el Bien Comun de Jalisco, A.C.

                                               

XHTMJ-FM

                                               

XHXXX-FM

XHXXX-FM is a radio station on 97.5 FM in Tamazula de Gordiano, Jalisco, serving Ciudad Guzman. It is known as Fiesta Mexicana and carries a grupera format.

                                               

XHZAM-FM

XHZAM signed on March 1, 2011, after receiving its permit. It was originally known as Total FM and then La Numero Uno. Grupo Radio Monte is owned by Hector Alvarez Contreras, a one-time deputy to the Jalisco state legislature. In 2018, the IFT au ...

                                               

XHZK-FM

XEZK-AM 1600 received its concession on November 6, 1960. It was owned by Jose Ismael Alvarado Robles and known as Radio Alteña. The 250-watt station increased power to 1 kW day by the 1980s, and in the 1990s it moved to 550 kHz and increased pow ...

                                               

XEIX-AM

                                               

XERNB-AM

XEGC-AM received its concession on March 13, 1948. It was owned by Alberto Barragan Degollado and sold to Jose Raul Nava Becerra in 1982. The callsign was changed to XERNB-AM in the early 2000s. It is the sister to a station in Jiquilpan, XEIX-AM ...

                                               

XHATM-FM

XECGP-AM 1520, a 500-watt daytimer received its concession on August 7, 1978. By the 1990s, the station was on 990 kHz as XEATM-AM, a callsign reflecting its format and name at the time, A Toda Maquina. XEATM was cleared to move to FM in 2011.

                                               

XHAZN-FM

XHAZN-FM is a radio station on 92.1 FM in Apatzingan, Michoacan, owned by Medios Radiofonicos de Michoacan. It is known as La Pura Ley with a grupera format.

                                               

XHCHM-FM

XHCHM-FM was a noncommercial radio station on 97.7 FM in Ciudad Hidalgo, Michoacan. It is owned by Medios Radiofonicos Michoacan through permitholder Blanca Estela Castañeda Teran and carries its Clasics format, which was carried on MRMs three pe ...

                                               

XHCMM-FM

XHCMM-FM is a radio station on 95.5 FM in Coalcoman, Michoacan, broadcasting from atop Cerro El Mono. It is owned by Homero Bautista Duarte and is known as Adictiva.

                                               

XHEML-FM

XEML-AM received its concession on November 29, 1961. It was owned by Esperanza Murguia de Navarro and broadcast with 250 watts as a daytimer on 770 kHz. XEML was sold to a corporation in 1971. It raised its daytime power to 1 kW in the 1980s and ...

                                               

XHEMM-FM

XEMM-AM 870, a 500-watt daytimer received its concession on March 4, 1955. It was owned by Jose Martinez Ramirez and sold in the 1960s to Radio Promotora de Morelia, by which time it had moved to 960 kHz XELY 1430 then moved to 870. XEMM was clea ...

                                               

XHENI-FM

XENI-AM received its concession on September 27, 1967. The station was owned by Jose Olalde Soria and based in Nueva Italia; it broadcast on 1320 kHz with 1.000 watts. In 1991, XENI was sold to a group of nine people: Esteban Alcala Villicaña, Do ...

                                               

XHEOJ-FM

XEOJ-AM received its concession on March 13, 1978. It was owned by Francisco Bautista Valencia and broadcast with 1 kW day and 100 watts night on 1400 kHz. Nighttime power was raised to 1 kW in the 1980s. XEOJ received approval to migrate to FM i ...

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