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XEOYE-FM
CityMexico City
Broadcast areaGreater Mexico City
Frequency89.7 MHz
BrandingOye 89.7
SloganEstá Padrísima
Programming
FormatEnglish and Spanish pop
Ownership
OwnerNRM Comunicaciones
(Radio Proyección, S.A. de C.V.)
XHMM-FM, XHSON-FM, XEPH-AM, XEBS-AM, XEOY-AM
History
First air date
August 28, 1957
Call sign meaning
OYE ("Listen" in Spanish; also a modification of previous XEOY callsign)
Technical information
ERP100 kW[1]
Links
Websitehttps://oye897.com.mx/

XEOYE-FM is a radio station in Mexico City. Located on 89.7 MHz, XEOYE-FM is a pop-formatted radio station owned by NRM Comunicaciones and branded as Oye 89.7.

History

Older Oye logo used when the station first began using the format
Older Oye logo used when the station first began using the format

XEOYE-FM is Mexico City's oldest surviving FM radio station, on air since August 28, 1957. It started its life as XEBS-FM, later switching callsigns with 100.9 FM to become XEOY-FM. It started with a classical music format, known as "Estéreomil", that remained on air for 39 years. The station was among the first in Mexico to operate regularly in stereo.

After nearly four decades, on July 29, 1994, XEOY-FM became Morena F.M., an early ranchera and ballad music format. In 2000, NRM briefly allied with MVS Radio, which resulted in 89.7 FM taking on the FM Globo format when MVS's 104.9 FM became Exa FM; on July 15, 2002, this was ditched to become pop-formatted Oye 89.7. The station's callsign was changed to XEOYE-FM as part of the rebrand.

References

  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio FM. Last modified 2018-05-16. Retrieved 2015-07-04. Technical information from the IFT Coverage Viewer.

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