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Data for Mexico is provided through a mix of automated and manual processing. This database includes all AM, FM and TV stations in Mexico. Data for Television also includes 'complementary' stations which are same-channel repeaters similar to the DTS stations in the United States.
As of December 1, 2018, data is now available for the entire nation.
Most data is provided through data provided by the IFT. Additional information will be added in manually over time.
You do not need to enter the suffix to the call sign ("-FM", "-TDT", etc.).
We are building a list of communities based on the locations of the stations. You just need to enter a city name without a state. Do not use accent marks or tildes. Our database should be smart to pick that up.
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