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XHMRA-FM
XHMRA PonteExa99.3 logo.png
CityMérida, Yucatán
Frequency99.3 MHz
BrandingExa FM
SloganEn todas Partes ¡Ponte Exa!
Programming
FormatPop
Ownership
OwnerMVS Radio
(MVS Radio de Mérida, S.A. de C.V.)
XHQW-FM
History
First air date
August 25, 1992 (concession)
Call sign meaning
MéRidA
Technical information
ClassC1
ERP91.488 kW[1][2]
Transmitter coordinates
21°00′55.1″N 89°39′49″W / 21.015306°N 89.66361°W / 21.015306; -89.66361
Links
Websiteexafm.com#!/merida

XHMRA-FM is a radio station in Mérida, Yucatán. Broadcasting on 99.3 FM, XHMRA is owned by MVS Radio and carries its Exa FM national format.

History

The station's concession was awarded in 1992 to Luis Aviña Ayala. In 2000, MVS Radio bought the station. It is one of very few MVS Radio stations not under the concessionaire of Stereorey México, S.A.

In 2015, the station lowered its effective radiated power from 98 to 91 kW.

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