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XHMH-FM
XHMH merida953 logo.png
CityMérida, Yucatán
Broadcast areaMérida, Yucatán
Frequency95.3 MHz
BrandingCandela
SloganLa Mera Mera
Programming
FormatTropical/grupera
Ownership
OwnerCadena RASA
(Radio Mérida, S.A.)
History
First air date
April 16, 1941
1994 (FM)
Former call signs
XEMH-AM (1941-2018)
Former frequencies
970 kHz (1960s-2018)
Technical information
ClassB1
ERP25 kW[1]
HAAT1.6 m
Transmitter coordinates
20°58′44.4″N 89°37′9.2″W / 20.979000°N 89.619222°W / 20.979000; -89.619222
Links
Websitewww.cadenarasa.com/candela/

XHMH-FM 95.3 is a radio station in Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico. It is known as Candela and carries a tropical/grupera format.

History

XHMH, originally XEMH-AM, is among the oldest radio stations in southeastern Mexico. It began on 1400 kHz, with a concession awarded to Álvaro Barquet Y. in 1941. The station, then known as "La Voz del Trópico", came to air in September of that year.[2] The station was sold to Manuel Araujo Echeverría, its founder, in 1951, and then to Radio Mérida, S.A., and by the 1960s had moved to its final dial position of 970; it broadcast with 5,000 watts day and 500 night.

It was authorized to become an AM-FM combo in 1994. On January 30, 2018, Cadena RASA informed the Federal Telecommunications Institute that it was opting to surrender its AM frequency.[3]

References

  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio FM. Last modified 2018-05-16. Retrieved 2015-09-11. Technical information from the IFT Coverage Viewer.
  2. ^ Rubén Eloy Ocampo, "La Historia de la Radio en Yucatán", part 2, published January 8, 2015
  3. ^ RPC: #024862 AM Surrender - XHMH-FM


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