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XHEXA Ponteexa104.9 logo.png
CityMexico City, Mexico
Broadcast areaMexico City, State of México and parts of Hidalgo, Puebla, Morelos, Tlaxcala, and Querétaro.
Frequency104.9 MHz
BrandingExa FM
Slogan¡Ponte Exa! (Put On Exa)
FormatSpanish & English Top 40 (CHR)
OwnerMVS Radio
(Stereorey México, S.A.)
Sister stationsXHMVS-FM, XERC-FM
First air dateJanuary 19, 1972
Former call signsXHVIP-FM (prior to sign-on), XHBST-FM, XHMRD-FM
Technical information
ERP89,400 watts[1]
WebcastListen Live

XHEXA-FM is a Spanish & English Top 40 (CHR) radio station that serves Mexico City and states surrounding the federal district. Broadcasting on 104.9 MHz, XHEXA-FM is owned by MVS Radio and is the flagship station of the Exa FM format.


XHBST-FM signed on in 1974, owned by the same Stereorey consortium that brought FM to major Mexican cities on stations such as XHV-FM 102.5 Mexico City and XHSRO-FM in Monterrey. It carried the "Stereo Best" format, which was very similar. Not long after, it changed formats completely to "FM Globo", a name it would use with varying formats including romantic music, Spanish pop and contemporary music. The station changed its callsign to XHMRD-FM on October 8, 1991, and on February 1, 2000, changed its name to "Exa FM", with a Top 40 CHR format, its name alluding to the format of airing blocks of six consecutive songs. Its callsign was later changed to XHEXA-FM to reflect its new name. The callsign had been in use for a brief time on an MVS Radio station in Hermosillo, Sonora, which returned to the XHBH-FM callsign when the XHEXA calls moved to Mexico City.


  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio FM. Last modified 2018-05-16. Retrieved 2014-12-31. Technical information from the IFT Coverage Viewer.

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