1430 CAMPECHE XERAC “La Número Uno En Campeche**/Radio Fórmula” Campeche. (1,000/250)(250/250) 1200-0600* Música variada, baladas en español. Tamaulipas No. 15, Colonia Santa Ana 24050 T: (981) 816-32-51 F 816-92-07 (Radiorama/ORF)(Nucleo Comunicaciones Sureste) N 19-50-37 W 100-59-46 (1,000/1,000 or 250/250) 

 

1430 COLIMA XECOC”Inolvidable*” Colima. (1,000/1,000**) 1200-0600* Música romántica del recuerdo en español. Noticias locales. Noticiero informativo Panorama 1300-1600, 2000-2100 y 0000-0100. Avenida Felipe Sevilla del Río No. 585, Colonia Jardines Vista Hermosa 28017 T: (312) 312-94-77, 312-57-00 (ACIR)(CMR) WRTH-04-07: “La ACIR” ACIR website 02/07: “Inolvidable” N 19-15-24 W 103-43-28 (1,000/1,000)

1430 OAXACA XECA “Radio Éxitos” Ixtepec. (1,000/200) 1200-0200 Carretera Ixtepec-Juchitán Km. 2 70110 T: (971) 713-00-48 (Radio, S.A.) (Niether slogan nor format found in MPM after 03/01) MPM-03/01: “Radio Éxitos” Música moderna en español WRTH-02-04: “Radio Ixtepec” Neither Cantú, SCT nor CIRT list XECA in either location. MPM’s listing indicates it has not been kept up to date. Compiler guesses XECA moved from 1430 to 1030 and became XETEKA. (A website dedicated to the memory of Saúl Martínez, El Trovador del Recuerdo, http://www.tonataati.org/musica/hmusical2.html noted that in 1999, people learned of his death on XECA in Juchitán.) Compiler’s guess is confirmed by an entry on March 3, 2006, from a disgruntled radio listener on “Foros de Ixtepec,” a city operated list forum, who complained that XECA moved from Ixtepect to Juchitán and became XETEKA. So, until WRTH and MPM catch up with other sources, this explanation remains in this log! N 16-32-33 W 95-05-21 (Ixtepec, 1,000/200)(or N 16-26-36 W 95-01-34 Juchitán, 1,000/1,000 or Ixtepec, 1,000/1,000 on 1030)

 

1430 SONORA XEOX “La Super Estación*, Doble Impacto** OX” Ciudad Obregón. (5,000/1,000)(5,000/500) 24 hrs* //XHOX-106.9  Música variada en español y noticias. Veracruz No. 230 Sur, Altos 85000 T: (644) 410-69-11 F: 414-14-30 http://www.radiogrupogarciadeleon.com.mx/1069ox/programacion.php (Direct Deal) N 27-31-18 W 109-59-35 (5,000/1,000 or /500) 

 

1430 TAMAULIPAS XEWD “W-D, *El Poder de *la** Frontera *Grande* Radio de Ciudad Miguel Alemán” Ciudad Miguel Alemán. (5,000/150)(2,000/150) 1155-0400* Música variada. Calle 5a. No. 226 Norte (A.P. 13) 88300 T: (897) 972-19-49, 972-06-50 F: 972-28-86 (RCN) Mystified compiler suggests slogan could be any combination of above: WRTH-04-07: “Poder de la Radio” WRTH-02: “La Grande” Cantú-04-07 and RCN website 02/07: “La Grande de Ciudad Miguel Alemán” MPM-03/04-12/06: “El Poder de la Frontera Grande” Slogan heard by compiler in October 2002 contained “El Poder de la Radio” but not “La Grande; in November 2003, it appeared to be, simply, “W-D.” N 26-22-55 W 99-02-58 (1,000/150, 2,000/250 or 6,000/250)

 

1430 TLAXCALA XETT “Radio Tlaxcala**” Tlaxcala. (5,000/100)(5,000/1,000) 1200-0600* Calle Uno No. 420, Colonia Xicoténcatl 90070 T/F: (246) 462-26-75, 462-67-77 (Corporadio) (Format not shown by MPM 03/04 & beyond) MPM-03/01: Éxitos gruperos y pop en español. N 19-17-59 W 98-14-22 (3,000/1,000 or 100)

 

1430 VERACRUZ XELL “Latido 14-30 AM” Veracruz. (5,000/1,000*) 24 hrs 1130-0700 (Estación para la mujer, balada pop en español.) Ocampo No. 119-7o. Piso, Edificio Pazos 91700 T: (229) 989-02-40 http://www.latido.com.mx/ (RASA) MPM-03/01-12/06, Cantú-04+, & WRTH-02-07: “Radio Onda. Cantú-01/07 “Latido,” website: “Latido 14-30 AM” Streaming audio, monitored 02/03/07, sounds like off-air with severe sideband QRM, identified as XETF, Radio Fórmula Veracruz. N 19-07-57 W 96-07-50 (Boca del Río*, 5,000/1,000)