1480 COAHUILA XEXU “La Poderosa**” Monclova. (5,000)(1,000/100*) 1200-0600* Música grupera. Poniente Carranza Carretera 4 Ciénegas 25700 T/F: (866) 635-15-44 (Difusa) Transmitter at Ciudad Frontera, Coahuila. N 26-56-02 W 101-26-28 (Villa Frontera, 1,000/100) (Ciudad Frontera)

 

1480 CHIHUAHUA XEHM “HM Radio*” Ciudad Delicias. (1,000/500*) 1300-0500 1300-0300 Música juvenil inglés-español. Avenida del Parque Sur. No. 6 33000 T: (639) 472-17-00, 472-10-03 http://www.radioradiola.com.mx/ (Firmesa) (GRD Radio) WRTH-02: “HM Radio” WRTH-04-07: “Radio Alegría HM” N 28-09-53 W 105-28-18 (1,000/500)(ex N 28-11-20 W 105-27-50 1,000/0 on 1470)

 

1480 HIDALGO XECARH “La Voz del Pueblo a u*” Cardonal. (5,000/0)(2,500/0) 1200-2300 1300-0100 per website Spanish, Ñha Ñhu (Otomi), Náhuatl. Domicilio Conocido Colonia Buenos Aires, s/n 42370 T: (759) 727-01-13, 727-01-41 per website http://www.cdi.gob.mx/index.php?id_seccion=1028 The website shows slogan both as “La Voz del Pueblo Ñha Ñhu” and “La Voz del Pueblo Hña Hñu.” Google search shows that the language, also known as Otomi, is spelled both ways. Google search for “Hña Hñu México” draws 11,100 hits; for “Ñha Ñhu México” draws 103 hits. Compiler, thus, chooses the former spelling. Cantú spells the languge “Hña-hñú.” XECARH is not listed in FCC data base. N 20-38-00 W 99-08-00 (estimated via MapQuest)

 

1480 JALISCO XEZJ “Radio 13* Guadalajara. (1,000)(10,000)(2,000/1,000) 24 hrs* Programación habalada de contenido, deportes. Vidrio No. 2056 44100 T: (33) 36-30-25-55, 36-30-25-41 F: 36-16-93-72 (SOMER) MPM-03/01: “1,480 AM”  Cantú-05: “Solo Fútbol” WRTH-04: “XEZJ, El 1480 AM” WRTH-06: Fútbol Gigante” WRTH-07: La Voz de Guadalajara” Radiorama website 02/07 lists “La Voz de Guadalajara, but MPM, which formerly showed Radiorama as XEZJ’s rep, currently (12/06) lists SOMER. Cantú-01/07 shows “Radio 13” with localized logo in XEDA-1290 format, and Japanese DX’er Tetsuya Hirahara, who visited Guadalajara in June 2006, reported “Radio Trece” slogan in El Tiempe Hechicero DX News No. 27, for June 2006, relayed by Glenn Hauser’s World of Radio. Radio Station World website also says it’s “Radio 13.”  N 20-40-34 W 103-21-16 (1,000/200)(+20,000/500)

 

1480 NUEVO LEÓN XETKR “TKR Rancherita y Regional**” Monterrey. (10,000/1,000)(10,000/500) 1200-0600* Musica norteña y regional. Paricutín Sur No. 316, Colonia Roma 64700 T: (81) 83-69-99-99, 81-28-99-70, 83-28-99-69 http://www.mmradio.com/default.aspx?id=2 (Mulitimedios) WRTH-06-07 has jumbled this station, listing it as XETDK “Tancheritia y Regional.” N 25-41-57 W 100-12-39 (10,000/1,000)(ex 10,000/500) (Guadalupe) 

 

1480 SONORA XENS “Radio 14-80” or “Z-1480” Navojoa. (5,000/1,000*)(5,000/250) 1200-0700* Avenida Juárez No. 206 (A.P. 226) Centro 85800 T: (642) 422-10-80 F: 422-89-80 (CMR) (Neither slogan nor format found in MPM 03/04+) MPM-03/01 and CMR website: “Radio 1480” Música grupera, ranchera y regional. Fred Cantú: “Z-1480” ex “Radio Ambiente” N 27-04-29 W 109-28-06 (5,000/250)(ex 500/0)

 

1480 TAMAULIPAS XEVIC “Radio Tamaulipas*” Ciudad Victoria. (2,500/100)(5,000/150) 1200-0800 Calle 8 y Cuauhtémoc 125, Colonia Pedro Sosa 87120 http://www.tamaulipas.gob.mx/radio/radiotamweb.asp http://200.23.59.12/comsocial/radiotam/repetidoras.htm  N 23-41-31 W 99-07-15 (3,000/1,000)