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XEL-AM
XEL LaComadre1260 logo.png
CityLos Reyes Acaquilpan, State of Mexico
Broadcast areaGreater Mexico City
Frequency1260 kHz
BrandingLa Comadre
SloganÉxitos y clásicos!!!
Programming
FormatRegional Mexican
Ownership
OwnerGrupo ACIR
(Radio XEL, S. de R. L. de C. V.)
History
First air dateAugust 16, 1932
Former call signsXETA-AM
Technical information
Power35 kW day
5 kW night[1]
Links
WebsiteLa Comadre

XEL-AM is a radio station in Los Reyes Acaquilpan, State of Mexico, serving Mexico City. Located on 1260 kHz, XEL-AM is owned by Grupo ACIR and is the flagship station of its La Comadre Regional Mexican format.

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History

The first concession for what would become XEL was actually for a station on 1140 kHz with the callsign XETA, made to Manuel Espinosa Tagle on August 16, 1932.[2] The station spent the next 17 years under a revolving door of owners: Esperanza Romero González, Banco Capitalizador de Ahorros, Financiera de Inversiones, Ramón Ferreiro Rodriguez, Fidel Hernández Calderón, and finally stability under Radio Impulsora Hérdez, S.A. The station became XEL-AM by the 1950s and moved to 1260 kHz in the 1960s. The station for most of its life carried the name "Radio Capital".

In 1964, accountant Francisco Ibarra bought the station, making it Grupo ACIR's first station in Mexico City. The format was changed to rock in English with the slogan Una buena costumbre de la gente joven ("A good habit of young people").[3] In 1989, the station became the general format "Radio ACIR", a format moved from XEVOZ-AM 1590; that station picked up the rock music format and Radio Capital name.

In May 2003, the station was relaunched as "La 12 60" with a focus on self-help, health and family affairs matters.

On July 1, 2015, as part of larger changes at Grupo ACIR, the self-help format was jettisoned to make XEL the flagship station of ACIR's La Comadre regional Mexican format, returning the format to Mexico City.[4]

XEL-AM previous logo
XEL-AM previous logo

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