1310 BAJA CALIFORNIA XEC “Radio Enciso**” Tijuana. (1,0001,000**) 24 hrs* Música variada, noticias, comentarios, tribuna. Boulevard Agua Caliente y Boulevard Cuauhtémoc No. 2513 Centro Comercial Enciso Int. 6 y 7 (A.P. 23) 22400 T: (664) 681-89-03, 681-89-04, 618-71-71, 681-89-02 F: 681-89-05 (Radiorama) N 32-31-15 W 117-01-16 (1,000/1,000 ex /250) 

 

1310 BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR XEBTS “Radio Bahia deTortugas” Bahia de Tortugas. (1,000)(1,000/0) 23950 N 27-38-13 W 114-49-25 (1,000/0)

 

1310 BAJA CALIFORNIA SUR XELPZ “Radio Variedades” La Paz. (10,000)(1,000/0) 23010 N 24-09-41 W 110-20-44 (10,000/500)(or 1,000/250 on 1220) (El Centenario)

 

1310 CHIHUAHUA XERU “Radio Universidad*” Chihuahua. (1,000/250*) Universidad de Chihuahua Avenida Escorza y Venustiano Carranza s/n 31000 T: (614) 439-15-00 from website http://www.uach.mx/universidad/docs/ru.htm  N 28-39-40 W 106-04-42 (1,000/250)(or N 28-35-19 W 106-06-27 1,000/250)

 

1310 GUERRERO XEHJ “Radio Petatlán” Petatlán. (250) 1200-0100 Apartado 31 40830 This station is listed by CIRT, whose list appears not to have been updated since 2002, but it is not listed by SCT 10/11/2006. CIRT list does not show XEJR either in San Jeronimito or in Zihuatanejo. Fred Cantu had listed XEJR as “Radio Petatlán,” San Jeronimito in 2003, but in January 2007 showed XEJR on 630 as “Coral” in Zihuatanejo, as does WRTH-07. Petatlán is 35 km ESE of Zihuatanejo; San Jeronimito is 9 km WNW of Petatlán and 28 km ESE of Zihuatanejo. FCC data base has no listing for XEJR nor for anyone in San Jeronimito. Compiler suggests XEHJ, Petatlán on 1310 became XEJR, Zihuatanejo (San Jeronimito) on 630.  N 17-32-08 W 101-17-00 (1,000/1,000 on 1310)

 

1310 GUERRERO XEGRT “Jaguar 1310” Taxco. (1,000/1,000)(1,000/0) 1200-0400 40200 Cantú: “Radio Guerrero” A list of stations broadcasting political party programs in México shows XEGRT “Jaguar” on 1310 in January 2007. N 18-33-56 99-36-21 (1,000/1,000)

 

1310 JALISCO XETIA “Radio Vital**” Guadalajara. (10,000/250*) 24 hrs* Programación hablada sobre temas de salud, balada romántica. Noticiario Notisistema. Activa del Centro, S.A. de C.V. Avenida México No. 3150 44670 T: (33) 38-80-21-21 F: 38-80-21-22 www.notisistema.com http://www.unidifusion.com.mx/ (SOMER) MPM-03/01 and WRTH-02-04: “Alma de México” Slogan “El Alma de México” and “El Sonido del Amor en el Alma de México” heard in Houston in February 2004. N 20-36-55 W 103-16-21 (Tonalá, 10,000/1,000)(ex N 20-39-52 W 103-14-44 Tonalá, 10,000/1,000 or 250 DA-D) (Tonalá)

 

1310 NUEVO LEÓN XEVB “Romántica** 13-10” Monterrey. (5,000/100)(5,000/250) 24 hrs* Catalogo en español, sistema informativo Notiradio cada hora a la hora. Avenida Madero Oriente No. 1110 (A.P. 2747) 64000 T: (81) 83-75-26-74, 83-75-26-75 F: 83-75-04-90 http://www.gruporadioalegria.com/ (Grupo Radio Alegría) MPM-03/04 & WRTH-02-07: “Radio 13” DX listeners heard “Radio 13” on 1310 as late as December 2003, but heard “Romántica” in April 2004. “Radio 13” slogan switched to XENV-1340. GRM website in January 2007 shows “Romántica” on 1310 and “Radio 13, La Vallenata” on 1340. N 25-45-14 W 100-18-49 (San Nicolas Garza, 5,000/180)(or N 25-41-04 W 100-18-59 Monterrey 1,000/250)(or N 25-40-26 W 100-12-47 (Monterrey, 5,000/250) (San Nicolas de los Garza)

 

1310 PUEBLA XEHIT “Radio Felicidad**” Puebla. (5,000/1,000*) 24 hrs* Música variada, trios, baladas, ranchera y tropical. Avenida 15 Poniente No. 1306, Colonia Santiago 72000 T/F: (222) 243-01-00, 243-43-27 (ACIR)(CMR) MPM-03/01 & WRTH-02: “La Tremenda” N 19-02-12 W 98-16-57 (San Andres Cholula, 5,000/1,000)(ex N 19-02-30 W 98-11-48 Puebla, 1,000/500)  (San Bernardino Tlaxcalancingo)

 

1310 QUERÉTARO XEHY “Radio Joya**” or “13-40 La Joya” Querétaro. (1,000/250*) 1200-0600 1200-0200 Música del recuerdo ’80s y ’90s. Carrizal No. 28-F, Fraccionamiento Ampliación El Carrizal 76030 T: (442) 215-03-33 F: 215-58-42 (Radiorama) MPM-03/01: “1310 KHz” MPM 03/04 and Cantú-04: “13-10 La Jefa” WRTH-06-07: “13-40 La Joya.” Radiorama website 01/07: “Radio Joya” N 20-33-14 W 100-25-17 (Villa Corregidora, 1,000/1,000)(+ N 20-34-51 W 100-26-07, Querétaro, 5,000/1,000)

 

1310 SONORA XEFH “Radio Plan** de Agua Prieta*” Agua Prieta. (1,000/100)(1,000/0) 1400-0500 1400-0300 Música variada, noticias. Calles 1a y 2a Avenida 6a No. 660-B (A.P. 28) 84200 T: (633) 338-17-20 (RASA) N 31-17-35 W 109-32-02 (1,000/250)  

 

1310 TAMAULIPAS XEAM “La M Grande** 1310” Matamoros. (5,000/250)(1,000/250) 24 hrs* Música grupera, noticias locales. 6a. No. 75 Rayón y Zaragoza (A.P. 314 y 540) 87390 T: (868) 813-96-46, 812-09-60, 813-58-12 F: 812-16-15 En Reynosa, Tamaulipas: Tiburcio Garza Zamora No. 335, 88630 (899) 922-22-38, 922-22-81 (OIR) N 25-51-12 W 97-31-33 (1,000/250)

 

1310 VERACRUZ XETRC “Radio Gazeta de la Tierra Norte” Tepatzintla. (1,000) 92530 Not in FCC data base. Nor in any other known source.

 

1310 VERACRUZ XEHV “H-V 13-10* AM, Está Caliente” Veracruz. (2,500)(2,500/1,000*) 24 hrs* Música tropical, salsa, ranchera, grupos. Ocampo No. 119-7o. Piso, Edificio Pazos 91700 T: (229) 989-02-90 http://www.hv1310.am/ (Promosat) MPM-03/01 Cantú-01/07: “Radio Trópico” Logo on website adds “Está Caliente” to “H-V 13-10” slogan. N 19-07-57 W 96-07-50 (Boca del Río, 2,500/1,000) (Boca del Río)