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XHDFM-FM
XHGV 106.5MIX logo.png
CityMexico City
Broadcast areaGreater Mexico City
Frequency106.5 MHz
Branding106.5 MIX
Slogan80s, 90s y Más
Programming
FormatContemporary music in English
Ownership
OwnerGrupo ACIR
(Fórmula Melódica, S.A. de C.V.)
History
First air date1964
Former call signsXHMR-FM, XHABC-FM
Call sign meaningDF / Fórmula Melódica
Technical information
ERP90 kW[1]
Links
Website106.5 MIX Mexico City Website

XHDFM-FM is a radio station in Mexico City. Broadcasting on 106.5 MHz, XHDFM-FM is owned by Grupo ACIR and broadcasts contemporary music in English from the 1980s to the present under the name 106.5 MIX.

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History

The concession for 106.5 MHz in Mexico City was awarded in 1964 to México Radio, S.A., for XHMR-FM. Not long after, the station's callsign was changed to XHABC-FM, reflecting the station's then-common ownership with XEABC-AM 760. The station was sold to Fórmula Melódica in 1977 and the callsign changed to the current XHDFM-FM. Fórmula Melódica, owned by the Guadalajara-based Ondas de Alegría group, broadcast romantic and ranchera music in Spanish until 1981, when it became "La Nueva Onda" and changed its format to ballad music. The station moved studios in 1985 after its previous facilities were heavily damaged by the 1985 Mexico City earthquake.

In 1986, Ondas de Alegría was dissolved and Grupo ARTSA took over operation. The station's name was changed again, to "Stereo Amor", and then in 1992 to "Amor 106", both times with a romantic music format. In 1995, XHDFM and its sisters were sold to Grupo ACIR, who changed the station to its current name and format, which had been created a year earlier on XHSH-FM.

References

  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio FM. Last modified 2018-05-16. Retrieved 2015-01-02. Technical information from the IFT Coverage Viewer.


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