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XEERG-AM / XHERG-FM
CityGuadalupe, Nuevo León, Mexico
Broadcast areaMonterrey-Montemorelos, Nuevo León
Frequency800 kHz
92.9 MHz (HD Radio)
BrandingRG La Deportiva
Programming
FormatSports talk (XERG-AM)
Ownership
OwnerMultimedios Radio
(Audio Publicidad, S.A. de C.V.[1])
History
First air date
September 12, 1969
Former call signs
XEDD-AM (1960-2018), XHDD-FM (2010-2018)
Former frequencies
1560 AM
Call sign meaning
Disambiguation of XERG-AM
Technical information
ClassC
Power10,000 watts daytime
2,500 watts nighttime (AM)
ERP100,000 watts (FM)
Transmitter coordinates
25°40′14.5″N 100°03′50.7″W / 25.670694°N 100.064083°W / 25.670694; -100.064083
Repeater(s)XHERG-FM Ojo de Agua (Montemorelos), NL (250 watts)
Links
Websitewww.multimedios.com/radio/programas/rg-la-deportiva-929-fm-monterrey

XEERG-AM/XHERG-FM is a radio station serving Guadalupe and Montemorelos, Nuevo León, Mexico.

History

The final logo used in Montemorelos
The final logo used in Montemorelos

XEDD-AM was founded in Montemorelos, Nuevo León by Adalberto Javier Pezino González on September 12, 1969, on 1560 kHz. In 2000, the station moved to 800 and gained its FM counterpart, XHDD-FM, in 2010 (though it had to remain on AM).

In 2017, now under Multimedios control, XHDD-FM was approved for a major technical increase. The existing Montemorelos facility was repurposed as a booster at 250 watts, while a new, 100,000-watt transmission facility was constructed at La Peña in Guadalupe, Nuevo León, which will provide service in the Monterrey area and make up for coverage lost during the AM-FM migration;[2] the station is also continuity-obligated to serve 388 people in four localities that have no other broadcasting service.[3]

On April 4, 2018, the new facilities were officially turned on, and XHDD became a Monterrey station with a full simulcast of Multimedios's sports talk XERG-AM 690 "RG La Deportiva". The callsign of the stations was also changed from XEDD-AM and XHDD-FM to XEERG-AM and XHERG-FM, effective April 18, 2018.[4] In September 2018, Multimedios was approved to begin HD Radio broadcasts on XHERG-FM.[5]

References

  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio FM. Last modified 2018-05-16. Retrieved 20 May 2018. Technical information from the IFT Coverage Viewer.
  2. ^ Authorization of new transmission facility for XHDD-FM
  3. ^ Federal Telecommunications Institute (December 2018). "Estudio de continuidad de los servicios de radiodifusión sonora en AM" (PDF) (in Spanish). Retrieved July 3, 2019.
  4. ^ RPC: #030263 Callsign Change - XHERG-FM
  5. ^ RPC: #034798 IBOC - XHERG-FM

External links


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