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XHFMTU-FM
FMTU 103.7.png
CityMonterrey, Nuevo León
Frequency103.7 MHz (HD Radio)
BrandingFMTU
SloganZona Urbana
Programming
FormatUrban
Ownership
OwnerMultimedios Radio
(La Voz de Linares, S.A.)
History
First air date
August 23, 1979 (concession)
Former call signs
XHNL-FM
Call sign meaning
FM Tú (former station name)
Technical information
ClassC1
ERP85 kW[1]
HAAT286.67 m
Transmitter coordinates
25°37′35.8″N 100°19′15.9″W / 25.626611°N 100.321083°W / 25.626611; -100.321083
Links
WebcastXHFMTU-FM

XHFMTU-FM is a radio station in Monterrey, Nuevo León. Broadcasting on 103.7 FM, XHFMTU is owned by Multimedios Radio and carries an urban Regional Mexican format known as FMTU Zona Urbana.

XHFMTU-FM broadcasts in HD and is authorized to carry three subchannels:[2]

  • HD1 is a simulcast of the analog (traditional) signal.
  • HD2 is a simulcast of XENL-AM 860.
  • HD3 is Milenio Radio.

History

Logo as Milenio Radio
Logo as Milenio Radio

The concession history for XHFMTU begins with the award of XHNL-FM to Alfonso Flores López on August 23, 1979. At that time, the station broadcast on 94.9 MHz. In 1988, XHNL became XHITS-FM (the current callsign of 106.1), and in 1999 came another callsign change to XHFMTU-FM and the adoption of the station name FM Tú (You FM).

When the Milenio Radio format of news programs with English classic hits music was brought to Monterrey on XHFMTU in 2012, the FM Tú format went online-only. Milenio Radio itself was nearly completely wound down in early 2018, with XHFMTU being the last station to exit the format by way of the relaunch of FM Tú as an urban station on April 1, 2018. Milenio Radio was transitioned to the HD3 subchannel.

XERG-AM 690 was on the HD3 subchannel until Multimedios was authorized to replace it with XENL-AM 860 on August 21, 2019. By that time, XHERG-FM 92.9 was operating.

References


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