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MVS Radio are a group of four international Spanish radio networks owned by the mass media conglomerate MVS Comunicaciones. The group of radio networks consists of Exa FM, La Mejor, FM Globo and MVS Noticias and are broadcast in a various Latin American countries including Argentina, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, Panama and the United States.

Exa FM

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Exa FM is an international network radio format of MVS Radio in Spanish-language Top 40 outlets broadcasting throughout Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Ecuador, Guatemala, and portions of the southwestern United States including California, Arizona, and Texas.

Stations covering Exa FM include:

Mexico

Costa Rica

Ecuador

El Salvador

Guatemala

Honduras

United States

Former Stations

Mexico

Panama

  • 88.5 MHz - Panama, Panama

United States

La Mejor FM

La Mejor FM is a network radio format of MVS Radio in Regional Mexican outlets broadcasting throughout the Mexico and portions of Costa Rica and El Salvador.

Stations covering La Mejor FM include:

Mexico

Costa Rica

United States

Former Stations

Mexico

El Salvador

  • YSTN FM 98.9 MHz - El Salvador

United States

Best FM

Radio station based on 1980s, 1990s music up to the present.

Stations include:

Costa Rica

Former Station

FM Globo

Radio station broadcasting romantic ballads and pop in Spanish.

Stations include:

Mexico

Costa Rica

Former Stations

Mexico

Stereorey

A station broadcasting English language music from the 1950s to the 2000s. Stereorey (Argentina) follows however the format of songs from the 1960s to the present, with American Hot Adult Contemporary music.

Stations broadcasting Stereorey include:

Mexico

Argentina

  • 102.7 MHz - Misiones, Argentina

Former Station

Mexico

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