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XHCHL-FM
CityLos Ramones, Nuevo León
Broadcast areaMonterrey
Frequency90.1 MHz
BrandingHeraldo Radio
SloganLa "H" que si Suena
Programming
FormatNews/Talk
AffiliationsEl Heraldo de México
Ownership
OwnerNucleo Radio Monterrey
(Frecuencia Modulada Monterrey, S.A. de C.V.[1])
OperatorEl Heraldo de México
XHRL-FM, XEG-AM, XECT-AM
History
First air date
July 15, 1996 (concession)
Former frequencies
99.1 MHz (1991-2007)
106.5 MHz (2007-2010)
Call sign meaning
CHina Nuevo León (original location of station)
Technical information
ClassC1
ERP100 kW
HAAT392.41 m
Transmitter coordinates
25°43′21″N 99°42′54″W / 25.72250°N 99.71500°W / 25.72250; -99.71500
Links
Websitehttps://heraldodemexico.com.mx/

XHCHL-FM is a radio station on 90.1 FM in Monterrey, Nuevo León radio market, known as Heraldo Radio, La H que si Suena.

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History

XHCHL received its concession on November 23, 1994. XHCHL was authorized to broadcast with 15,000 (later 20,000) watts on 99.1 MHz from China, Nuevo León. On July 15, 1996, the station came to air with a grupera format known as "La Picosa". In 2007, XHCHL moved to 106.5 MHz.

In 2010, XHCHL was authorized to move to Los Ramones and broadcast on 90.1. Initially, XHCHL on 90.1 was Beat 90.1, a dance Top 40 station featuring s a current-based mix of dance music, with Top 40 and R&B remixes, along with electronica and house music. It was the second Dance Contemporary radio station in Mexico, after semi-sister station XHSON-FM/Mexico City.

In 2017 and 2018, the Bichara family, which owns NRM Monterrey, slowly shifted XHCHL toward a new direction, which was completed in early 2018 when the station adopted the name "90.1 FM" and the slogan "Sonamos Diferente"; the Ultra name was added in August. The format is similar to that of KJAV-FM in McAllen, Texas, owned by members of the Bichara family.

On May 1, 2020 Ultra 90.1 concludes, to make way for the news format known as Heraldo Radio. The station remains a full-time simulcast of XHDL-FM.

References

  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio FM. Last modified 2018-05-16. Retrieved 2015-06-22. Technical information from the IFT Coverage Viewer.

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