1340 BAJA CALIFORNIA. XEAA “Radio Capital**” Mexicali. (1,000/1,000**) 24 hrs*.  (Música de catalogo y noticias.) Boulevard Benito Juárez No. 1990 Local 12 Plaza Fimbres, Colonia Jardina del Valle 21270 T: (686) 566-02-21, 566-70-30 Cabina: 567-13-40 (Capital) MPM-03/01: Slogan not shown. WRTH-04-07: “La Caliente” Address in 2004: Avenida de los Héroes y Pioneros No. 601 2o Piso Centro Civico 21000 T: (686) 838-60-00 “Radio Capital” slogan heard April 2004. N 32-36-57 W 115-32-07 (1,000/1,000)

 

1340 COAHUILA XEDH “La Tremenda Tropical**” Ciudad Acuña. (1,000/1,000**) 1200-0800* Música tropical. Madero No. 274 Poniente (A.P. 10) 26200 T: (877) 772-51-21, 772-50-11 F: 772-63-33 (Radiorama) N 29-19-58 W 100-57-28 (1,000/1,000)(ex 250/250)

 

1340 CHIHUAHUA XEJK Ciudad Delicias. See 980.

 

1340 CHIHUAHUA XERCH “Radio Éxitos*” Ojinaga. (1,000)(250/100)(1,000/500) 1400-0200* Balada en inglés, noticias. Calle La Paz No. 602 (A.P. 29) 32881 T: (626) 453-10-76, 452-10-77 F: 45320-32 (Radiorama)  WRTH-02: “Radio Éxitos ”WRTH-04: “La Pantera” XERCH and sister station XEOG-1260 were silent on January 1, 2005; compiler, listening between Marfa and Presidio, Texas, suggests they could have been taking a holiday. XEARE-1450 and two Ojinaga FM stations were clearly heard. On December 28, 2006, XEOG-1260 was operating, but 1340 remained vacant. N 29-32-26 W 104-23-44 (250/100)(or 1,000/1,000)

 

1340 GUERRERO XECI “Rock* 13.40” Acapulco. (1,000/1,000**) 24 hrs* (Música de catalogo, español, variada.) Melchor Ocampo y Mina No. 1, Centro 39300 T: (744) 482-72-13 (Radiorama) Cantú-04: “Sonido 13.40” Italian DX’er Dario Monferini, visiting in August 2005, reported “Sonido 13.40” MPM-03/01-09/06 & WRTH-02-07: Romántica 13.40”  N 16-52-49 W 99-51-16 (1,000/1,000)  

 

1340 HIDALGO XEQB “La Divertida**/Radio Fórmula” Tulancingo. (5,000/5,000)(1,000/1,000) 1100-0500 1200-0600 Música variada en español, grupos y noticias. Avenida Hidalgo Oriente No. 209 43600 T: (775) 753-09-99 F: 753-27-34 N 20-04-25 W 98-22-05 (1,000/1,000) 

 

1340 JALISCO XEDKT “Radio Ranchito**” Guadalajara. (1,000)(5,000/1,000*) 24 hrs*. Música ranchera popular. Avenida Lázaro Cárdenas No. 3126, Colonia Chapalita 45050 T: (33) 31-21-86-77, 31-21-86-11 F: 31-22-91-55 http://www.radioramadeoccidente.com/ranchito.asp (Radiorama) N 20-38-28 W 103-20-24 (5,000/1,000)(ex 1,000/1,000)

 

1340 MICHOACÁN XEAPM “Candela** AM” Apatzingán. (1,000/1,000**) 1200-0600* //XHAPM-95.1. Música grupera popular y noticias. Avenida Constitución Norte No. 10 Altos 2 60600 T: (453) 534-39-57 (RASA) N 19-03-43 W 102-20-29 (1,000/1,000)(ex N 19-04 or 05-54 W 102-15-31 1,000/1,000 on 1380) 

 

1340 MICHOACÁN XECR “La Zeta*” Morelia. (1,000/1,000**) 24 hrs* //XHCR-96.3.  Música moderna en español y grupera en la noche. Aquiles Serdán No. 548 (A.P. 275) 58000 T: (443) 312-32-14 http://www.lazeta.com.mx/ (OIR) WRTH-02-07, MPM 03/01+: “Stereo Mía” N 19-42-07 W 101-11-05  

 

1340 MORELOS XEASM “Romántica* 13-40*” Cuernavaca. (2,500/1,000)(5,000/1,000) 24 hrs*. Música en español, programas, noticias. Avenida Morelos Sur No. 309, Centro 62000 T: (777) 318-52-82 F: 318-52-83 http://www.radioramamorelos.com.mx/romantica/ (Radiocima) (Organización Radiorama de Morelos) N 18-58-54 W 99-12-16 (XEASM-Ahuatepec, 2,500/2,500)(ex N 18-54-54 W 99-14-13 XEJC-Cuernavaca 1,000/1,000)(or N 18-58-10 W 99-14-26 XEJC-Cuernavaca 5,000/1,000) (Ahuatepec) 

 

1340 NUEVO LEÓN XENV “Radio 13* La Vallenata” Monterrey. (1,000/1,000**) 24 hrs* Cumbia y musica vallenata, sistema informativa 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, Cantú-04 & WRTH-02-07: “La Sabrosita,” which remains on FM XHNV-95.7. N 25-41-04 W 100-13-57 (1,000/1,000)(ex N 25-40-26 W 100-12-50 (1,000/1,000)

 

1340 PUEBLA XELU Radio Esmeralda***“La Que Manda” Ciudad Serdán. (10,000/5,000)(5,000/250) 1200*-0600 1300-0100 Música ranchera, grupera, pop y noticias.  Prof. Manuel M. Flores s/n 75520 T: (245) 452-25-54, 452-25-53, 452-11-95 http://www.radioesmeralda.net/ (Difusa) Sign-on 1201 with full ID heard in Houston in February 2004. Internet audio & station logo ad “La Que Manda” to slogan. N 18-59-18 W 97-27-15 (10,000/5,000)(ex N 19-00-00 W 97-27-45 1,000/1,000 ex 250/250) 

 

1340 SAN LUIS POTOSÍ XESL “Señal 13-40, Golden Music*” or “Cancionera 13-40*” San Luis Potosí. (2,000/2,000**) 24 hrs 1200-0600 Solo éxitos, en ingles ‘’70s, ‘’80s y ‘’90s, noticieros locales, capsules informativas cada hora en la hora. Capitán Caldera No. 315, Colonia Tequisquiapan 78250 T: (444) 817-66-88 F: 817-63-40 (Radiorama) WRTH-02: “Radio Centro” MPM-03/01: “Cancionera 13-40” Cantú-01/07 lists “Señal 13-40, Golden Music” in geographic listing, “Cancionera 1340” in by frequency list. N 22-09-12 W 100-58-43 (2,000/2,000)

 

1340 SINALOA XEQE “La Perla Cameronera” or “La Mera Mera” Escuinapa. (1,000/1,000**) 1200-0200. Música variada en ingles y español.” 16 de Septiembre No. 6-B Norte 84200 T/F: (695) 953-01-24 (RASA) (MPM shows neither slogan nor format.) RASA website 01/07 shows “La Perla Cameronera,” with above format.  N 22-50-59 W 105-48-08 (1,000/1,000)(ex 250/200) 

 

1340 SINALOA XECW  Los Mochis. (1,000)(5,000/1,000) This station was heard clearly in Colorado in October 2004 on 740, ID’ing as “Radio Variedades,” apparently moving there after XEHS in Los Mochis moved to 540. SCT 10/11/2006, Cantú-01/07 and MPM 12/06 still  show XECW on 1340. WRTH-06-07 recognized move to 740.

 

1340 SONORA XEOS “La Super Tremenda**” Ciudad Obregón. (1,000/1,000**) 24 hrs*. Música moderna juvenil. Veracruz No. 230 Sur, Altos 85000 T: (644) 410-19-11 F: 415-07-37 http://www.radiogrupogarciadeleon.com.mx/1340st/programacion.php (Direct Deal) N 27-29-35 W 109-55-45 (1,000/1,000)(or N 27-29-35 W 109-56-05 1,000/1,000) 

 

1340 TABASCO XEYR “Radio 13” Teapa. (1,000) José Juliano Dueños 201, Parque Hidalgo 86800 XEYR not listed in MPM, SCT, or Cantú, so FCC information leads compiler to suggest XEYR became XEQQ and moved to Villahermosa, on 880, leaving behind an out-of-date WRTH listing. N 17-33-07 W 92-57-18 (XEQQQ-1340, Teapa 1,000/1,000)(N 17-59-53 W 92-59-45 XEQQQ-880, Villahermosa)

 

1340 TAMAULIPAS XERPV “La Cotorra*” Ciudad Victoria. (1,000/1,000**) 1300-0200* //XHVIR 101.7  Música grupera. Gaspar De La Garza No. 170 Sur 87000 T: (834) 312-24-00, 318-24-03 (MVS Radio) WRTH-04-07 & MPM 03/04+: “Radio Festival” N 23-47-40 W 99-07-59 (Benito Juárez, 1,000/1000)(or N 23-45-54 W 99-08-22 Ciudad Victoria, 1,000/1,000) (Benito Juárez)

 

1340 TAMAULIPAS XEMT “Magia 13-40, *** Música Que Encanta” Matamoros. (1,000/1,000***)1200-0700*. Música pop español, noticias nacionales. 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 (OIR) MPM-03/01 & WRTH-04: “La Tremenda Tropical” Magía 13-40” slogan heard in October 2002 in Brownsville, Texas, and in February 2004 in Houston. N 25-51-46 W 97-28-54 (1,000/1,000)(or N 25-55-40 W 97-36-09 1,000/600)

 

1340 TAMAULIPAS XEBK “Super 96” Nuevo Laredo. (5,000)(1,000/1,000*) 1200-0600 1155-0600 (Sa0800;Su0200) //XHBK-95.7 Allende No. 1504 (A.P. 232) 88000 T: (867) 712-05-00, 712-11-33 (Corporadio) (Format not listed by MPM) WRTH-04-07: “Super Grupera” Cantú-04-07: “El Norteñazo”  N 27-29-13 W 99-30-42 (1,000/1,000)