XHAFQ-FM

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XHAFQ-FM
CityCosoleacaque, Veracruz
Broadcast areaCosoleacaque-Minatitlán
BrandingVida Romántica
Frequency88.5 MHz
First air dateJune 29, 1967 (concession)
FormatRomantic
ERP25 kW[1]
HAAT31.26 m[2]
Transmitter coordinates17°59′10.21″N 94°32′40.47″W / 17.9861694°N 94.5445750°W / 17.9861694; -94.5445750
OwnerRadiorama (Organización Radiofónica Mexicana)
(Radiodifusora XEAFQ-AM, S.A. de C.V.)
Sister stationsXHEMI-FM 105.7
WebcastXHAFQ

XHAFQ-FM is a radio station on 88.5 FM in Cosoleacaque and Minatitlán, Veracruz. It is owned by Radiorama and carries its Vida Romántica romantic music format.

History[edit]

Logo as Romántica used until 2017

XEJV-AM 1420 received its concession on June 29, 1967. It was owned by Arnulfo Aguirre Salamanca and broadcast from facilities in Jaltipan with 1,000 watts day and 250 night. In 1973, Aguirre sold to Laura Escamilla de Martínez, and in the 1990s, XEJV became XEAFQ-AM. The station was later owned by Laura Escamilla Decuir prior to its sale to Radiorama.

XEAFQ was cleared for AM-FM migration in 2010 as XHAFQ-FM 88.5.

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