XHEVAB-FM

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XHEVAB-FM
City Valle de Bravo, State of México, Mexico
Broadcast area Valle de Bravo
Branding Super Stereo Miled
Frequency 93.5 FM
Format Mexican
ERP 6 kW[1]
HAAT -256.45 meters
Class B
Transmitter coordinates 19°11′42″N 100°08′06″W / 19.19500°N 100.13500°W / 19.19500; -100.13500
Callsign meaning VAlle de Bravo
Owner Grupo Miled
(Guillermo Artemio Padilla Cruz)
Webcast http://miledradio.miledmusic.com/valle/
Website www.miled.com

XHEVAB-FM is a radio station in Valle de Bravo, State of México. It broadcasts on 93.5 FM and forms part of the Super Stereo Miled network covering most of the State of Mexico.

History[edit]

XEVAB-AM 1580 received its concession on September 24, 1979. The 250-watt daytimer migrated to FM in 2011.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio FM. Last modified 2018-05-16. Retrieved 2015-06-25.