New AM station in Mexico

January 15, 2008 at 1:00 pm 1 comment

A new Mexican AM radio station called Radio Guadalupana, in Ciudad Juárez on 1100 AM (it must be 1110 AM, as listed / finndxer), has been officially inaugurated. It is the first Mexican catholic station targeting Texas and other zones of the United States. The programming and content of Radio Guadalupana, a station belonging to group Nueva Era, will be provided by the Diocese of Ciudad Juárez. The transmission area includes, in addition to Ciudad Juárez, Texas, Las Cruces, New México and Villa Ahumada. The station has website at: http://radioguadalupana.org/

(Conexion Digital)

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  • 1. Gert Nilsson  |  January 16, 2008 at 12:50 pm

    Their website says 1110. Misprint or change of frequency?

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