Radio Sonora

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Radio Sonora
Broadcast area Sonora
Branding Radio Sonora
Slogan Voz de la Cultura Popular
Frequency (see table)
Format Public radio
ERP (see table)
Owner Government of the State of Sonora
Sister stations Telemax
Webcast Radio Sonora
Website www.radiosonora.com.mx

Radio Sonora is the state radio network of the Mexican state of Sonora. It serves 95% of the state through its 28 FM transmitters, making it the second-largest state radio network in Mexico.

It began operations during the government of Samuel Ocaña García (1979–85).

Transmitters[edit]

The state of Sonora owns 28 radio transmitters, the second-most of any state in Mexico, to carry the Radio Sonora network.[1]

Callsign Frequency City ERP
XHHB-FM 94.7 Hermosillo 15.4 kW
XHAPS-FM 101.3 Agua Prieta 1.538 kW
XHMOS-FM 94.7[2] Álamos .534 kW
XHZPE-FM 94.7 Arizpe .59 kW
XHHIL-FM 90.1 Benjamin Hill .115 kW
XHSOA-FM 91.5 Caborca 1.51 kW
XHSEA-FM 97.7 Cananea 1.21 kW
XHRBO-FM 94.7 Carbó .59 kW
XHCDO-FM 94.7[3] Ciudad Obregón 3.95 kW
XHGRA-FM 94.7 Granados .59 kW
XHGUA-FM 94.7 Guaymas .36 kW
XHMUR-FM 94.7 Imuris .59 kW
XHKIN-FM 95.5 Magdalena de Kino .531 kW
XHMOC-FM 94.7 Moctezuma .59 kW
XHCHI-FM 94.7 Nácori Chico .59 kW
XHARI-FM 105.5 Nacozari .045 kW
XHNAV-FM 94.7 Navojoa 1.68 kW
XHNES-FM 105.9 Nogales .6 kW
XHPPU-FM 105.3 Puerto Peñasco .75 kW
XHIPA-FM 94.7 Sahuaripa .59 kW
XHFEL-FM 102.3 San Felipe de Jesús .525 kW
XHCRS-FM 88.5 San Luis Río Colorado .400 kW
XHSPD-FM 94.7 San Pedro de la Cueva .59 kW
XHSTN-FM 94.7 Santa Ana .59 kW
XHSSA-FM 88.9 Sonoita .6 kW
XHMZQ-FM 99.3 Tepache .046 kW
XHURS-FM 103.9 Ures .59 kW
XHYEC-FM 94.7 Yécora .59 kW

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