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XEVOZ-AM
XEVOZ 1590TEConecta logo.png
CityLos Reyes Acaquilpan, State of Mexico
Broadcast areaGreater Mexico City
Frequency1590 kHz
Branding@1590 (Arroba 1590)
SloganTe Conecta
Programming
FormatContemporary Hit Radio
Ownership
OwnerGrupo Radiorama
(Radio Publicidad Latinoamericana, S.A. de C.V.)
Sister stationsXEWF-AM, XECO-AM, XEUR-AM
History
First air date1944
Former call signsXEMC-AM
Call sign meaningRadio VOZ (Old format)
Technical information
ClassB
Power20 kW day
0.900 kW night[1]
Transmitter coordinates19°30′53.6″N 99°12′32.96″W / 19.514889°N 99.2091556°W / 19.514889; -99.2091556[2]
Links
WebcastXEVOZ-AM
Websitearroba.fm/CDMX/

XEVOZ-AM is a radio station in Los Reyes Acaquilpan, State of Mexico, serving Mexico City from a transmitter located at San José Puente de Vigas, Tlalnepantla de Baz. Broadcasting at 1590 kHz, XEVOZ-AM is owned by Radiorama and broadcasts a contemporary hit radio format as "@1590" (Arroba 1590), using a name variation of Radiorama's Arroba FM format.

History

XEVOZ logo from 2010-16 as "La Mexicana"
XEVOZ logo from 2010-16 as "La Mexicana"

The first concession for 1590 AM was made in 1944 for XEMC-AM, made to Dolores G. Estrada de Ferreiro.[3] During its early years, it broadcast Spanish music.

In 1963, Grupo ACIR bought the station and changed its calls to XEVOZ-AM. Under ACIR it became "Radio Voz" and broadcast tropical music. The format remained until 1989, when the station became "Radio ACIR", a format moved to XEL-AM not long after. XEVOZ in turn received the name "Capital Radio" and a rock format; the station was soon renamed "Capital Heavy Radio". The next 15 years would be marked by a carousel of formats: "Radio Capital" with tropical and norteña music (1995-1996); the short-lived "Óxido" rock format that was moved to XEFR-AM months later; ranchera music as "Bonita 1590" (1996-2004): "Radio Reloj", news with time announcements every minute (2004–06, during the brief window that XEQK-AM was not on its similar format); "Radio Tráfico", traffic conditions for Mexico City (2006–08); and "Luz 1590" with Christian pop (2008–09, being so far one of only two stations to broadcast Christian music in Mexico City, alongside XEUR-AM which had that format for a brief time in 2010).

In 2009 ACIR shed many of its stations, with Radiorama buying all of them. Under Radiorama XEVOZ had five different formats and names in 2010: "Radio 1590" with Spanish rock (January); "Radio Fiesta", a name used formerly on XEUR-AM (January–May); "Vida 1590" with contemporary music in Spanish and English; and finally, regional Mexican as "Radio Mexicana 1590" from June 1, 2010, changed to "La Mexicana 1590" in October.[4]

In mid-2016, XEVOZ flipped from Regional Mexican to pop as "@1590".

References

This page was last edited on 13 August 2020, at 16:30
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