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XHOD-FM
XHOD VOX96.9 logo.png
CitySan Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí
Frequency96.9 FM
BrandingVox 96.9
SloganLove Station
Programming
FormatRomantic
AffiliationsRadiópolis
Ownership
OwnerGlobalMedia
(Transmisiones Mik, S.A. de C.V.[1])
XHBM-FM, XHEPO-FM, XHEWA-FM, XHPM-FM, XHSMR-FM
History
First air date
September 22, 1971 (concession)
Technical information
ERP41.89 kW[2]
Transmitter coordinates
22°08′40.5″N 100°57′25.5″W / 22.144583°N 100.957083°W / 22.144583; -100.957083
Links
Websiteglobalmedia.mx/VOX969

XHOD-FM is a radio station on 96.9 FM in San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí. It is owned by GlobalMedia known as Vox 96.9 with a romantic format.

History

XHOD received its concession on September 22, 1971; while it got its concession two days after XHOB-FM 96.1, it is considered the first FM radio station in the state. It was owned by María Estela Martínez. The original format was known as OD 96.9, Otra Dimensión en Radio.[3] Within several years, station manager Elías Navarro Martínez had affiliated to MVS Radio and the station picked up its FM Globo romantic format.

In San Luis Potosí, however, FM Globo mutated. XHOD became "Globo FM 96.9" and played as many as 70% songs in English, with a rock and pop-heavy format. In 2000, XHOD was converted to the new Exa FM format. 2006 saw the MVS stations in San Luis Potosí fall under the control of GlobalMedia.

In 2016, Exa FM moved to XHESL-FM while XHOD remained a pop station, calling itself "96.9". The temporary format was replaced on January 9, 2017, with the RMX rock format from Grupo Imagen. The format lasted just over 18 months, being replaced on August 4, 2018, with "VOX 96.9", airing romantic music.

References


This page was last edited on 7 September 2020, at 17:42
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