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XHUAN-FM
XHUAN fusion102.5 logo.jpg
Broadcast areaTijuana, Baja California
Frequency102.5 MHz
(HD Radio)
BrandingFusión 102.5
SloganJazz Sin Fronteras
Programming
FormatPublic radio
Ownership
OwnerInstituto Mexicano de la Radio
History
First air date
August 1, 1986
Technical information
ClassB
ERP32,790 Watts[1]
HAAT238 meters
Transmitter coordinates
32°29′14″N 116°59′20″W / 32.48722°N 116.98889°W / 32.48722; -116.98889
Links
WebcastXHUAN-FM
Websiteimer.mx/fusion

XHUAN-FM (Fusión 102.5) is a public radio station licensed to Tijuana, Baja California, owned by IMER (Instituto Mexicano de la Radio), Mexico's public radio network. Like the Public Radio stations in the United States, IMER presents a variety of discussion and music programs.

XHUAN broadcasts three channels in HD.[2]

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History

XHUAN signed on in the summer of 1986, carrying matches from the 1986 FIFA World Cup and music programming. It formally launched on August 1, 1986, and it held an inauguration ceremony on January 27, 1987, attended by President Miguel de la Madrid.[3] That same year, the station launched its own newscast, Enlace FM.

In 1990 the station flipped to a ranchera music format, maintaining some old programs and the newscast; this format was dropped two years later, with a return to the wide-ranging format as "Estéreo Frontera". In the mid-1990s, the local newscast was canceled and the format changed to grupera music; this lasted until 2002, when the station yet again returned to its public mixed format. The current Fusión format was introduced in 2006, focusing the station on jazz music, news and community programming.

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