XHHER-FM

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XHHER-FM
CityHermosillo, Sonora
BrandingLa Más Chingona
Frequency105.9 MHz
First air dateOctober 2018
FormatGrupera
ERP750 watts[1]
HAAT219.7 meters
ClassA
Transmitter coordinates29°03′48″N 110°56′17″W / 29.06333°N 110.93806°W / 29.06333; -110.93806
Callsign meaningHERmosillo
OperatorGrupo Larsa Comunicaciones
OwnerRadiovisa
(Organiden, A.C.)
Sister stationsXHGYM-FM (concessionaire); XHESON-FM (operator)
Websitelarsavision.tv/estaciones/hermosillo/105.9/

XHHER-FM is a noncommercial radio station on 105.9 FM in Hermosillo, Sonora. The concession for XHHER-FM is owned by Organiden, A.C., a civil association controlled by the principals of Radiovisa, a commercial radio station group, but Grupo Larsa Comunicaciones operates the station as La Más Chingona with a grupera format.

History[edit]

XHHER-FM was one of four stations awarded simultaneously by the IFT in Hermosillo on December 19, 2017, to resolve permit applications filed prior to 2014. Organiden, A.C., had filed for its station on August 30, 2013.[2] In the IFT's resolution clearing these applications, it was stated that Organiden was related with entities that owned two commercial radio stations, matching Radiovisa, which in early 2018 would build and sign on the other Organiden station, XHGYM-FM Guaymas. However, when the station signed on, it was operated by Larsa with the romantic format jettisoned two months earlier by XHVSS-FM 101.1. When Larsa ceased local operations of XHYF-FM, many talk programs migrated to XHHER.

Effective July 31, 2019, the XHVSS grupera format "La Más Chingona" moved wholesale from 101.1 to 105.9, resulting in the cancellation of the romantic format and many of the programs that had moved. This came days after Larsa announced, then retracted, plans to move the Toño format from XHESON-FM to XHHER.

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