HD Radio now at 38 stations in Mexico

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Mexicao FlagiBiquity Digital announced at the NAB show that the number of Mexican broadcasters across the country adopting HD Radio Technology has steadily grown over the last two years. Currently, 38 stations in Mexico are HD Radio equipped. Mexico City, the largest city is home to 13 FM HD Radio stations, which have also lit up 24 HD2 and HD3 channels, providing exclusive digital-only programming, including jazz, classical, modern, news, cultural and talk shows.


To further advance the rollout, iBiquity has added personnel in Mexico to support broadcasters, car dealers, brands and retailers with HD Radio Technology.

Said iBiquity CEO Bob Struble: “In the short time since official adoption in Mexico, we have been excited to see consistent and strong HD Radio growth, with broadcasters steadily upgrading their stations to digital and the automotive sector rapidly adopting the technology. These successes will fuel consumer awareness and drive demand in other categories.”

The Mexican stations include:

88.1-1

FM HD1 | XHRED-FM

Radio Red

Ciudad de México

 

88.5-1

FM HD1 | XHUSP

Variedad

San Luis Potosí

 

89.1-1

FM HD1 | XHCAH

La Popular

Cacahoatán

 

90.5-1

FM HD1 | XEDA-FM

Radio Imagen

Ciudad de México

 

90.5-2

FM HD2 | XEDA-FM

RMX – Música en Inglés

Ciudad de México

 

90.5-3

FM HD3 | XEDA-FM

Cadenatres

Ciudad de México

 

90.9-1

FM HD1 | XHUIA

Radio Ibero

Ciudad de México

 

91.3-1

FM HD1 | XHFAJ-FM

Alfa Radio

Ciudad de México

 

93.7-1

FM HD1 | XEJP

Stereo Joya

Ciudad de México

 

93.7-2

FM HD2 | XEJP

El Fonógrafo AM 1150

Ciudad de México

 

94.5-1

FM HD1 | XHIMER-FM

Opus FM

Ciudad de México

 

94.5-2

FM HD2 | XHIMER-FM

XEB La Grande de México

Ciudad de México

 

94.5-3

FM HD3 | XHIMER-FM

Canal Educativo e Informativo

Ciudad de México

 

95.5-1

FM HD1 | XHTP-FM

Noticias/música

Xalapa, Veracruz

 

96.3-1

FM HD1 | XHSCO

Estereo Istmo

Salina Cruz

 

97.7-1

FM HD1 | XERC-FM

Stereo 97.7

Ciudad de México

 

99.3-1

FM HD1 | XHNK-FM

Hits clásicos

Nuevo Laredo

 

99.3-2

FM HD2 | XHNK-FM

Información

Nuevo Laredo

 

99.7-1

FM HD1 | XHTY-FM

Música norteña

Tijuana

 

100.7-1

FM HD1 | XHH

Mexicana

Ciudad Juárez

 

102.5-1

FM HD1 | XHUAN

Fusion

Tijuana

 

103.3-1

FM HD1 | XERFR-FM

Radio Fórmula

Ciudad de México

 

103.7-1

FM HD1 | XHFMTU

Noticas, Milenio Radio

Greater Monterrey

 

103.7-2

FM HD2 | XHFMTU

Deportivo, XERG

Greater Monterrey

 

103.7-3

FM HD3 | XHFMTU

Música Juvenil FMTU

Greater Monterrey

 

103.9-1

FM HD1 | XHRF

La Poderosa

Cd. Acuña

 

104.1-1

FM HD1 | XEDF

Cadena Radio Uno

Ciudad de México

 

105.7-1

FM HD1 | XHOF-FM

Reactor

Ciudad de México

 

105.7-2

FM HD2 | XHOF-FM

Radio México Internacional

Ciudad de México

 

105.7-3

FM HD3 | XHOF-FM

Canal Educativo e Informativo

Ciudad de México

 

105.9-1

FM HD1 | XHGU

Romántica suave

Ciudad Juárez

 

105.9-2

FM HD2 | XHGU

Hits adulto español

Ciudad Juárez

 

106.7-1

FM HD1 | XHUAR

Orbita

Ciudad Juárez

 

107.3-1

FM HD1 | XHFG-FM

Pop

Tijuana

 

107.3-1

FM HD1 | XEQR-FM

La Zeta

Ciudad de México

 

107.9-1

FM HD1 | XHCHZ

Radio Lagarto

Tuxtla Gutiérrez

 

107.9-1

FM HD1 | XHEMIT

Radio IMER

Comitán de Dominguez

 

107.9-1

FM HD1 | XHIMR-FM

Horizonte

Ciudad de México

 

107.9-2

FM HD2 | XHIMR-FM

Radio Ciudadana

Ciudad de México

 

107.9-3

FM HD3 | XHIMR-FM

La Nueva Hora

Ciudad de México

 

950

AM HD | XEKAM

Radio Fórmula 950

Rosarito

 

1000

AM HD | XENLT

Radio Fórmula

Nuevo Laredo


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