XEMR-AM

XEMR-AM
City Apodaca, Nuevo León[1]
Broadcast area Monterrey Metropolitan area
Branding Radio Esperanza[2]
Frequency 1140 kHz[1]
First air date December 31, 1940 (concession)
Power 50,000 watts[1]
Class A (clear-channel)
Facility ID 102481
Owner Grupo Radio Alegría[2]
(Organizacion Mexicana de Radio, S.A. de C.V.)
Sister stations XEBJB-AM, XEFZ-AM, XENV-AM, XEVB-AM, XHMG-FM, XHRK-FM, XHXL-FM[2]
Webcast XEMR Listen Online
Website XEMR Radio Esperanza website

XEMR-AM is a Mexican Class A, clear-channel station on 1140 kHz [3]and licensed for Apodaca, Nuevo León.[1] It is licensed to Organizacion Mexicana de Radio, S.A. de C.V.[1] and operated by Grupo Radio Alegría.[2]

History

XEMR received its first concession on December 31, 1940. It was owned by Enrique Serna Martínez and broadcast on 1400 kHz. It was sold to Propulsora del Radio in 1962, and to its current concessionaire in 1967.

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