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Grupo Imagen
Grupo Imagen
Grupo Imagen
is a Mexican media conglomerate, part of Grupo Empresarial Ángeles.Contents1 History 2 Radio 3 Television 4 Newspaper 5 Other holdings 6 ReferencesHistory[edit] Grupo Imagen
Grupo Imagen
traces its roots to the foundation of XEDA-AM
XEDA-AM
in June 1936. This station was acquired by José Luis Fernández Soto in 1962, and in the same year, Fernández Soto founded "Grupo Imagen Comunicación en Radio", which became the operator of XEDA-AM
XEDA-AM
and XEDA-FM. In 1963, Grupo Imagen
Grupo Imagen
doubled in size with the acquisition of Radio Metropolitana and its XELA-AM-FM cluster
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Federal Telecommunications Institute
The Federal Telecommunications Institute (abbreviated as IFT and incorrectly referred to as IFETEL) is an independent government agency of Mexico
Mexico
charged with the regulation of telecommunications and broadcasting services
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MVS Radio
MVS Radio
MVS Radio
are a group of four international Spanish radio networks owned by the mass media conglomerate MVS Comunicaciones
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992
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Olegario Vázquez Raña
Olegario Vázquez Raña (born 10 December 1934) is a Mexican entrepreneur, businessman, owner of several companies, and the chairman and principal shareholder of Grupo Empresarial Ángeles. He is married to María de los Angeles Aldir and has three children (María de los Angeles, Mónica and Olegario). He is the current President of the International Shooting Sport Federation.[1]Contents1 Sports career 2 Sports administration 3 References 4 External linksSports career[edit] Vázquez Raña was a member of Mexico's shooting team at all Olympic Games from 1964 to 1976[2] and all world championships from 1966 to 1979
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XHMVS-FM
XHMVS-FM
XHMVS-FM
is a radio station in Mexico City. Broadcasting on 102.5 FM from a tower on Cerro del Chiquihuite, XHMVS-FM
XHMVS-FM
is owned by MVS Comunicaciones and is a news-talk station under the name Noticias MVS. History[edit] In 1964, a concession was awarded to Ruben Marin y Kall for a new radio station on 102.5 FM in Mexico City, under the callsign XHV-FM. The station took to the air in 1967, and the next year, it was sold to Joaquín Vargas Gómez, founder of MVS, who increased its power from 1 to 54 kW. During this time, the station was an English-language music outlet under the name Stereorey, a name still evident in the name of the concessionaire for almost all of MVS's owned-and-operated radio stations in Mexico
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XHEXA-FM
XHEXA-FM is a Spanish & English Top 40 (CHR) radio station that serves Mexico City
Mexico City
and states surrounding the federal district. Broadcasting on 104.9 MHz, XHEXA-FM is owned by MVS Radio
MVS Radio
and is the flagship station of the Exa FM format. History[edit] XHBST-FM signed on in 1974, owned by the same Stereorey consortium that brought FM to major Mexican cities on stations such as XHV-FM 102.5 Mexico City
Mexico City
and XHSRO-FM in Monterrey. It carried the "Stereo Best" format, which was very similar
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XEDA-AM
XEDA-AM
XEDA-AM
is or was (depending on the source) an AM radio station in Mexico
Mexico
City, Mexico. It began operations on December 3, 1936, and it was the flagship station of Radio S.A., with a news and talk format. History[edit] The first concession for XEDA was awarded to Augusto García Díaz, for a station on 680 kHz. Not long after it moved to its current 1290 kHz frequency.[2] In 1953, the station was bought by Publicistas, S.A., the business of Guillermo Morales Blumenkron, which also obtained a concession for XEDA-FM (now separately owned). The concessionaire was not changed for another 59 years, but in the mid-1990s, XEDA-AM
XEDA-AM
and XEDA-FM were split off. At the time, 1290 AM had a rock music format. While Radio Trece programming continued online, the AM radio station was turned off on May 31, 2015. Radio S.A
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XEITE-AM
XEITE-AM is a radio station in Mexico
Mexico
City, broadcasting on 830 kHz.Contents1 History1.1 XELA-AM 1.2 XEITE-AM2 References 3 External linksHistory[edit] XELA-AM[edit]XELA logoXELA-AM was founded in 1940 in Mexico City
Mexico City
with a classical music format. For many years it was one of the few sources of classical music available to ordinary Mexican citizens. XELA was able to acquire quality sound recordings from the United States, England
England
and France, even though it started with a very low budget, through an exchange program for Mexican music recordings. The station was acquired by Grupo Imagen
Grupo Imagen
in 1963. From the 1970s to the mid-1980s, the station simulcast on XELA-FM 98.5
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Liga MX
The Liga MX
Liga MX
(Spanish pronunciation: [ˈliɣa ˈeme ˈekis]) is the top level of the Mexican football league system. Currently sponsored by BBVA
BBVA
through its Mexican subsidiary BBVA
BBVA
Bancomer, it is officially known as Liga BBVA
BBVA
Bancomer.[7] Each season, the league holds two tournaments: the Apertura, which starts in the summer, and the Clausura, which starts in the winter. As of 2017, the league comprises 18 clubs, with one being relegated every year (two tournaments) based upon its league performances over the previous three years. The first 8 teams in the table at the end of the regular phase of the tournament qualify to the liguilla ("mini-league", or "playoff"). Up until July 2011, the league was divided into 3 groups
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XHLTN-FM
XHLTN-FM
XHLTN-FM
(known on-air as XLTN) is a commercial Spanish AC radio station in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico, broadcasting on 104.5 MHz. It is also heard in the U.S. city of San Diego and maintains offices in National City. The station came on air in 1970. History[edit] Joaquín Vargas Gómez, founder of MVS Radio, received the concession for XHOK-FM in December 1970. However, Vargas Gómez did not put the station on air. It would not be until December 1971 that the station signed on. It had been rebadged XHERS-FM and was operated by Paul Schafer's Time Sales Inc. from the United States. Time Sales, which also held the operating rights to XHIS-FM 90.3, ran the two stations as a cluster: XHIS "HIS Radio" and XHERS "HERS Radio". The stations' programming was produced at the Time Sales studios, at the Royal Inn at the Wharf in San Diego
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Querétaro FC
Querétaro
Querétaro
Fútbol Club, also called Gallos Blancos de Querétaro, is a Mexican professional football club based in Querétaro
Querétaro
City, Mexico. Querétaro
Querétaro
plays in the Liga MX, the top level of the Mexican football league system. Their colors are blue, black and white and the team mascot is a rooster. They were to be relegated to the Liga de Ascenso in 2013, but Chiapas F.C.
Chiapas F.C.
was relocated to Querétaro.Contents1 History1.1 Foundation 1.2 The Atletas Campesinos era 1.3 The UAQ Gallos Blancos era 1.4 The Cobras de Querétaro
Querétaro
era 1.5 The Club Querétaro
Querétaro
era 1.6 Querétaro
Querétaro
F.C. (2002–2012) 1.7 Querétaro
Querétaro
F.C
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XHDL-FM
XHDL-FM
XHDL-FM
is a radio station in Mexico City, owned by Grupo Imagen. Broadcasting on 98.5 FM, XHDL carries an alternative radio format under the name RMX.Contents1 History1.1 Radioactivo era 1.2 Reporte 98.5 1.3 RMX2 References 3 External linksHistory[edit] 98.5 FM began as XELA-FM in 1962, owned by Radio Metropolitana, S.A.,[2] the concessionaire of XELA-AM 830. Until 1984, it was an FM simulcast of 830 AM; when it broke away, it became "Stereo Classics", English-language music of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. In 1989, the format was changed to more contemporary music in English as "Dial FM", and the callsign was changed to XHDL-FM
XHDL-FM
to reference the new format. Radioactivo era[edit]Radioactivo logoOn July 20, 1992, XHDL became "Radioactivo 98.5", with a rock and hip hop format. Its first slogan, "Radioactivity's in the air", was quickly eclipsed by its second: "Fuck everyone else"
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Excélsior
Excélsior is a daily newspaper in Mexico
Mexico
City. It is the second oldest paper in the city after El Universal, printing its first issue on March 18, 1917.Contents1 History 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] Excélsior was founded by Rafael Alducin and first published in Mexico City on March 18, 1917.[1] In 1924, Alducin died at the age of 35, and his family led the newspaper into difficult times. Ultimately, it was reconstituted as a worker-owned cooperative in 1932, with one-time accountant Gilberto Figueroa named general manager. His ability to manage finances and broker compromise within the newspaper contributed to a successful 30-year reign, in which the newspaper would become politically and economically stable. Beginning in 1968, the newspaper's editorial stance was of a relatively liberal bent, under the editorship of Julio Scherer García
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Grupo Empresarial Ángeles
Grupo Empresarial Ángeles (GEA) is a Mexican corporation owned by Olegario Vázquez Raña and founded in 1998. It owns assets in the communications, healthcare, tourism and financial services industries. Its director general is Olegario Vázquez Aldir.Contents1 History 2 Business sectors2.1 Communications: Grupo Imagen 2.2 Healthcare: Grupo Ángeles Servicios de Salud 2.3 Tourism: Grupo Real Turismo 2.4 Financial services: Grupo Financiero Multiva3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] GEA was formally founded in 1998 by Vázquez Raña, though its history dates to 1986 and the acquisition of Hospital Humana (now Hospital Ángeles de Pedregal). GEA has grown rapidly through acquisitions, particularly in the 2000s and 2010s. 1999 saw it acquire the Camino Real hotel chain, which formed the cornerstone of its tourism and hospitality business. In 2003, it bought Grupo Imagen
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Excélsior TV
Excélsior TV is a Mexican cable news channel owned by Grupo Imagen. It is named for Imagen's Excélsior newspaper and also uses the resources of Grupo Imagen's radio stations and its Imagen Televisión national network.Contents1 History 2 Programming 3 Broadcast transmitters 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] Excélsior TV was launched on September 2, 2013. In addition to cable carriage, it was placed on the 27.2 subchannel of XHTRES-TDT, Imagen's existing Mexico
Mexico
City TV station. When Imagen shut down cadenatres in October 2015, Excélsior TV moved from 27.2 to 27.1
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