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XHIPN-FM
XHIPN RadioIPN95.7 logo.jpg
CityMexico City
Broadcast areaMexico City
Frequency95.7 MHz
BrandingRadio IPN
SloganLa Voz del Instituto Politécnico Nacional
Programming
Language(s)Spanish
FormatPublic/cultural radio
Ownership
OwnerInstituto Politécnico Nacional
Canal Once
History
First air date
1984
Former call signs
XHUPC-FM (1987–2019)
Call sign meaning
Instituto Politécnico Nacional
Technical information
ClassA
ERP100 watts[1]
Transmitter coordinates
19°19′44″N 99°06′39″W / 19.32889°N 99.11083°W / 19.32889; -99.11083
Links
Websitehttp://www.radio.ipn.mx

XHIPN-FM, known as Radio IPN, is the radio station of the Instituto Politécnico Nacional in Mexico City. Its studios and transmitter are located at the Superior School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering (ESIME) Culhuacán.

History

Radio IPN traces its roots to 1984, when it was conceived as a teaching and instructional tool for students in the communications and electrical engineering programs. At that time, the IPN applied to the SCT in order to obtain a permit for the station and to begin intermittent operations on 95.7 MHz, which was issued on February 25, 1987. Located at the Unidad Profesional Culhuacán, it was given the call letters XHUPC-FM.

On September 5, 1994, XHUPC began offering regular programming 13 hours a day, five days a week. The station was known as "El Politécnico en Radio". In 1995, it added weekend programs, and 1997 saw XHUPC move to 24-hour operation.

In 2017, an administrative overhaul occurred at XHUPC as the result of the adoption of new bylaws governing the station. The change also saw new outside leadership be brought in. In November 2017, according to former station employees, the locks were changed. Said employees issued an open letter in which they decried the new leadership, hailing from Radio UNAM and UAM Radio, and the fact that an IPN alumnus was not leading the station, as had been the case during the more than 20-year leadership tenure of Ing. José Ramos Subirachs. They also declared that administration was seeking to "kidnap IPN culture".[2] The new administration made the station more institutional in nature and rebranded it as "Radio IPN".

On March 7, 2019, the Federal Telecommunications Institute approved the change of the station's call letters to XHIPN-FM, in order to increase identification of the radio station with the IPN.[3]

Programming

Radio IPN tower and antenna
Radio IPN tower and antenna

XHIPN carries a wide variety of cultural programs, ranging from the station's own productions to programs supplied by Radio France International, as well as the audio of Once Noticias newscasts.

External links

References

  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio FM. Last modified 2018-05-16. Retrieved 2015-06-09. Technical information from the IFT Coverage Viewer.
  2. ^ "IPN entrega su emisora de Radio a funcionarios de Radio UNAM y UAM Radio". Radio Expresión México. 6 November 2017. Retrieved 26 January 2019.
  3. ^ RPC: #036321 Change in Call Letters — XHIPN-FM (formerly XHUPC-FM


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