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XEQ-AM
Bésame radio logo México.png
City of license Mexico City[1]
Branding Bésame (English: Kiss Me)
Slogan Radio Apasionada (English: Passionate Radio)
Frequency 940 kHz[1]
Format
Language Spanish
Power 50,000 watts[1]
Facility ID 101828
Transmitter coordinates 19°18′51″N 99°4′35″W / 19.31417°N 99.07639°W / 19.31417; -99.07639
Owner Radiópilis (Televisa Radio + PRISA)[2]
(Cadena Radiodifusora Mexicana, S.A. de C.V.[1])
Sister stations XEQ-FM, XECO-AM, XEW-AM/XEW-FM, XEX-AM/XEX-FM[3]
Webcast [2] (in WMA2 20kb/s)
Website www.besame.com.mx

XEQ-AM, also known as Bésame (English: Kiss Me), is a Mexican clear-channel station on 940 kHz and licensed for Mexico City.[1] It is licensed to Cadena Radiodifusora Mexicana, S.A. de C.V.[1] and operated by Radiópilis, a company owned by Televisa Radio and PRISA's Unión Radio.[3][2]

XEQ-AM is licensed domestically in Mexico for 50,000 watts day and night,[1] but is listed as a foreign station in the U.S. FCC databases as 150,000 watts during the daytime and in the Mexico City borough of Iztapalapa.[4]

In the early 1940s, XEQ was owned by Emilio Azcárraga Vidaurreta and was an affiliate of the CBS Radio Network as part of the "Chain of the Americas".[5] Azcárraga's broadcasting empire is now known as Televisa.

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