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XEOC-AM
XEOC RadioChapultec560 logo.png
Broadcast areaMexico City
Frequency560 kHz
BrandingRadio Chapultepec
Programming
FormatNews/talk, Tropical music
Ownership
OwnerGrupo Radio Digital
(Estéreo Sistema, S.A.)
History
First air date1958
Call sign meaningFederico Obregón Cruces (original concessionaire)
Technical information
ClassB
Power1,500 watts (day)
500 watts (night)[1]
Transmitter coordinates19°26′48.07″N 99°12′08.27″W / 19.4466861°N 99.2022972°W / 19.4466861; -99.2022972[2]
Links
WebsiteRadio Chapultepec

XEOC-AM (branded as Radio Chapultepec) is a radio station owned by Grupo Radio Digital in Mexico City. It broadcasts a mixed talk and Tropical music format on 560 kHz.

History

XEOC-AM signed on in 1958, owned by Federico Obregón Cruces and branded as Radio Chapultepec. For years it aired a format of jazz, blues, swing, R&B and other classic genre songs, similar to its competitor XENK-AM 620.

In late 2007 Óscar Obregón encountered financial problems and sold the station to Grupo Radio Digital, which rebranded it as La Nueva Pop airing a pop format. In 2008, the format was changed again, to talk radio.

On January 31, 2010 at 23:59 CST, Radio Chapultepec ceased broadcasting to start as La Mejor AM when Grupo Radio Digital and MVS entered into a joint alliance; the new station broadcast a Regional Mexican format previously heard on the latter's XHMVS-FM 102.5. However, the alliance between GRD and MVS ended on August 31, 2012 and the station returned as Radio Chapultepec.[3]

External links

  • XEOC in the FCC's AM station database
  • XEOC on Radio-Locator

References


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