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XEMP-AM
XEMP lanueva710 logo.jpg
CityMexico City
Broadcast areaGreater Mexico City
Frequency710 kHz
BrandingRadio 710
Programming
FormatRegional Mexican
Ownership
OwnerInstituto Mexicano de la Radio
History
First air dateNovember 1, 1961
Technical information
ClassB
Power10 kW day
1 kW night[1]
Links
WebcastXEMP-AM
Websitehttp://www.imer.mx/lanueva710/

XEMP-AM is a radio station in Mexico City. Broadcasting on 710 AM, XEMP-AM is owned by the Instituto Mexicano de la Radio and broadcasts a regional Mexican format under the name Radio 710.

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History

XEMP-AM signed on November 1, 1961, as "La charrita del cuadrante", a station devoted to ranchera music. It was originally owned by Mercedes Rivero Arredondo de Tuero. In 1965, Rivero solicited a shortwave counterpart, which would have broadcast on 11,740 kHz as XEMP-OC. On September 30, 1976, XEMP was transferred to Radio Visión Mexicana, S.A.

When IMER was incorporated in 1983, it became Opus 710, a culturally-oriented format; this migrated to the new XHIMER-FM 94.5 in June 1986. However, in September 1985 and in the aftermath of the earthquakes that hit Mexico City, XEMP became a news station known as Radio Información. This gave way to tropical music in 1990 and Mexican regional again in the 2000s, which in turn yielded to Spanish-language rock in 2008 as "Interferencia 7Diez".

The station returned to its roots as a regional Mexican music outlet on February 1, 2014.[2]

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