XHRRR-FM (Veracruz)

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XHRRR-FM
CityPapantla de Olarte, Veracruz, Mexico
BrandingLa Huasteca
Frequency89.3 FM
Translator(s)XHRRR-FM Tecolutla, Ver. (300 watts)[1]
First air date1957
FormatRegional Mexican
ERP10 kW[2]
Transmitter coordinates20°26′52″N 97°19′03″W / 20.44778°N 97.31750°W / 20.44778; -97.31750
20°28′40.9″N 97°01′0.05″W / 20.478028°N 97.0166806°W / 20.478028; -97.0166806 (booster)
OwnerRadiorama
(Radio Club, S.A. de C.V.)
Sister stationsXHPV-FM
WebcastXHRRR-FM

XHRRR-FM is a radio station in Papantla de Olarte, Veracruz. Owned by Radiorama, XHRRR broadcasts on 89.3 MHz from a tower on Cerro El Comanche and is known as La Huasteca.

The station began its life as XEPV-AM 1270, with a concession awarded to Andrés Ebergenyi Belgodere in September 1957. In the 1980s, the station became XERRR-AM; its sister station on 1170 (now XHPV-FM), which had been XEEU, took on the XEPV calls.

The station migrated to FM in the early 2010s. It is one of two stations with the XHRRR callsign; the other is located in Encarnación de Díaz, Jalisco.

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