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CityTapachula, Chiapas, Mexico
Broadcast areaTapachula, Chiapas
Frequency1000 AM/91.5 FM
BrandingExa FM
AffiliationsMVS Radio
OwnerOrganización Editorial Mexicana (ABC Radio)
(Radio Mil de Chiapas, S.A. de C.V.)
First air date
September 11, 1984
1994 (FM)
Call sign meaning
Technical information
ClassB1 (FM)[1]
Power10 kW day
1 kW night[2]
ERP10 kW[3]
HAAT42.4 m (FM)
Transmitter coordinates
14°53′23.69″N 92°13′45.28″W / 14.8899139°N 92.2292444°W / 14.8899139; -92.2292444

XETAC-AM/XHTAC-FM is a radio station on 1000 AM and 91.5 FM in Tapachula, Chiapas. The station carries the Exa FM format from MVS Radio.


XETAC received its concession in September 1984 and its FM combo in 1994. The AM transmitter is located in El Sacrificio.

The primary ownership of the station is held by México Radio, S.A. de C.V., the radio subsidiary of Organización Editorial Mexicana.


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