1050 AGUASCALIENTES XEDC “Satélite**” Aguascalientes. (1,000/1,000*)(25,000/1,000) 24 hrs 1200-0400. Música pop en español e inglés. San Miguel No. 117-A, Colonia La Salud 20240 T/F: (449) 918 23-71 y 72, Cabina: 918-23-70 (ACIR)(CMR) MPM-03/01: “La Nueva 10-50” WRTH-04: “La Nueva 10-50/Yo-Yo” N 21-55-11 W 102-15-58 (1,000/1,000)(ex N 21-52-43 W 102-18-04 1,000/500 on 1080)

 

1050 BAJA CALIFORNIA XED “W Radio***” Mexicali. (10,000/1,000)(10,000/0) 24 hrs* Información, entretenimiento y deportes en programación hablada. Avenida Calafia No. 519 Centro Civico 21000 T: (686) 557-02-10, 557-02-20 F: 557-37-00 http://www.radiogrupocalafia.com/index2.php (Televisa)(Radio Grupo Calafia) MPM-03/01 & WRTH-02-04: “La Gran D” Cantú-01/07: “Radiorama Siglo 21” but “Radio Grupo Calafia” website shows “W Radio” with detailed schedule 01/07 while Radiorama website at the same time shows “Radiorama Siglo 21” slogan. N 32-39-31 W 115-22-42 (10,000/0)

 

1050 BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR XEBCS “Radio Cultural Surcalifornia” La Paz. (10,000/1,000)(10,000/0) 1300-0500 Apartado 19-B 23010 Cantú 01/07: “Gobierno del Estado” N 24-05-26 W 110-20-05

 

1050 COAHUILA XEVUC “La Gigante” Nava. (10,000)(1,000/0) 1300-0100 1200-0200 Música variada, grupera y noticias. Boulevard Leonides Guadarrama No. 890 Norte, Centro 26170 T/F: (862) 624-61-11 (Difusa) Address in Ciudad Allende: Juárez No. 118 Norte 26530 T: (882) 621-22-80, 621-19-78 (MPM 0604 and SCT 11/3/2003 listed XEVUC on 1520, but it has been heard on 1050 since at least February 2002, with slogan “Super Estación 10-50” and announcing “diez mil watts.” SCT noted power on 1520 as 1,000/0) WRTH-04-07: “La Norteñita” in Allende on 1050 with 1,000/0; Cantú 01-07: “La Norteñita” in Allende on 1520.  SCT 10/11/2006 shows XEVUC-1520 1,000/0. N 28-19-49 W 100-50-51 (Villa Unión, 1,000/250 on 1520)

 

1050 GUERRERO XEZUM “Radio Poder*” Chilpancingo. (5,000/1,000)(2,500/500) 1200-0400* Morelos No. 6-3o. Piso Centro 39000 (747) 472-42-77 F: 471-05-02 (ABC) MPM-03/01 & WRTH-02-07: “Radio Poder” MPM-09/04 reports “La Invasora and adds “Radio Fórmula” but OIR remains rep. MPM-12/06 drops format, slogan, but shows representative as ABC Radio; ORF display ad in 12/06 MPM no longer shows XEZUM. Italian DX’er Dario Monferini, visiting XEZUM in August 2005 noted “Radio Poder” and “Radio Fórmula. N 17-40-46 W 99-31-45 (Zumpango del Río, 2,500/250)(or N 17-34-49 W 99-29-21 Chilpancingo, 15,000/5,000)

 

1050 MICHOACÁN XEIP “La Poderosa” Uruapan. (10,000)(1,000/500) 24 hrs* //XHIP-89.7  Música grupera. Macarena No. 32, Colonia Inguambo 60130 T: (452) 527-17-70 F: 527-10-40 (Radiorama) )  SCT 10/11/2006 and Cantú in January 2007 still show XEIP on 750 (1,000/1,000) and XEURM on 1050 (1,000/500) WRTH-04 shows XEURM here with “La Poderosa” slogan, which had been XEIP’s slogan here in WRTH-02 and in MPM-03/01, but WRTH-07 shows XEURM “Fiesta Mexicana” on 750 DX’er Don Moore, listening in Guadalajara, Jalisco, in November 2001, heard XEURM call & “Fiesta Mexicana” slogan on 750. Logo published by Cantú depicts “Fiesta Mexicana” on 750, but does not show call letters. Radiorama website adds to the confusion in January 2007, listing XEURM Fiesta Mexicana on 1050 and XEIP “La Poderosa” on 750! N 19-23-31 W 102-00-43 (XEIP-750, 1,000/1,000)(ex N 19-24-56 W 102-03-46 1,000/1,000 on 1480) N 19-25-46 W 102-05-14 (XEURM-1050, 1,500/250)(ex N 19-24-56 W 102-03-46 5,000/1,000 on 1440)

 

1050 NAYARIT XERIO Ixtlan del Río. (5,000/0) SCT 10/11/06 shows move from 1560 to 1050. On 1560 MPM-12/07 and WRTH-07 Show “Radio Poderosa.” Cantú 01/07 shows “Radio Triunfadora.” N 21-01-28 W 104-23-09 (5,000/0 on 1050)(ex 5,000/1,000 on 1560)

 

1050 NUEVO LEÓN XEG “La Ranchera de Monterrey***” Monterrey. (100,000/100,000**) 24 hrs*. Música en espanol grupera, ranchera y regional. Cuauhtémoc Norte No. 725 (A.P. 118) 64000 T: (81) 11-58-70-00 F: 11-58-70-01 Cabina: 11-58-70-50, 11-58-70-51 http://www.nucleoradio.com/ranchera/ (SOMER) (Nucleo Radio Monterrey) WRTH-06 noted added slogan “Potencia Regia 10-50”, which was heard in 2005 in North Texas, but dropped later. On 1/20/07, it’s “La Ranchera de Monterrey” or “Ranchera Diez Cincuenta” N 25-41-53 W 100-10-30 (150,000/150,000) (Guadalupe) 

 

1050 QUINTANA ROO XEQOO “Imagen*” Cancún. (35,000/2,500*) 24 hrs* //XHQOO-90.7 Noticias y programación hablada. 401 Edificio Tapachula Super Manzana 2 Mza. 13 77500 T: (998) 887-45-95 (Imagen) MPM-01-04, WRTH-02-07: “Radio Pirata” Address 2004: Avenida Náder No. 25 SM2 Mza. 13 Desp. 401 77500 (998) 887-45-50, 887-45-51  N 20-53-35 W 86-51-38 (Puerto Morelos) 

 

1050 TABASCO XETAB “Radio Tabasco*, La Juvenil”“La Voz de Tabasco”  Villahermosa. (10,000/5,000**) 1200-0600 1200-0400. Música juvenil, variada, deportes. P. Usumacinta y Ayuntamiento (A.P. 270 y 276) T: (993) 315-34-40 F: 315-27-10 (RASA) RASA website and rate card found on Internet show “Radio Tabasco, La Juvenil.” N 18-00-21 W 92-54-36 (5,000/500 + 5,000/1,000 on 1410)  

 

1050 VERACRUZ XEJF “Radio Max” “Radio Sensación*” Tierra Blanca. (5,000/0**) 1200-0200*. Libertad y Morelos No. 301 95100 T/F: (274) 743-02-92 (Radiocima)  MPM-03/01-12/06 shows neither slogan nor format. WRTH-02: “Radio Variedades” WRTH-04: “Radio Sensación*”; WRTH-02: “Radio Variedades” MPM-03/04 did show “Radio Max.” Several news stories were found on the Internet pertaining to the October 31, 2005 assassination of newspaper journalist and radio commentator Hugo Barragán Ortíz, who did a morning show on XEJF, “Radio Max.” Also, Instituto Nacional de Lenguas Indigenes shows that XEJF “Radio Max” has some form of programming in the Mazateca language. A publication outlining strategies for education in Veracruz, published in 2004, listed XEJF “Radio Max” among radio stations in the state. An undated list of stations carrying a program by President Vicente Fox, retrieved by Google on November 12, 2006, identified XEJF as “Radio Sensación.” N 18-27-30 W 96-20-48