XEUR-AM is a radio station located in Mexico City. Broadcasting on 1530 kHz, XEUR is owned by Grupo Radiorama and carries a pop music format known as Éxtasis Digital. 1530 kHz is a United States clear-channel frequency.
Núcleo Radio Mil signed XEUR on in 1974, though the concession had been awarded a decade earlier. In 1986, it became known as Radio Onda, with a pioneering format of Latin music.
In 1995, NRM sold XEUR and XECO-AM to Radiorama, marking the latter's entry into the Mexico City radio market. For a brief time, the station was operated by Grupo Siete Comunicación, first with the Super Estelar grupera format and then talk radio-formatted Cambio 1530. Radiorama reacquired the station the next year, and for most of the next 15 years, 1530 AM underwent constant changes in format and name: La Poderosa 1530 (1996-98), instrumental Tu Música 1530 (1998-2000), La Mexicana (2000-01), Red W Interactiva, La Positiva 1530 (talk), Mariachi Estéreo, La Voz del Valle (yet again talk), Radio Mexicana (2005-07), kid-targeted Colorín ColoRadio from XEWF-AM 540 (May-November 2007), grupera and pop-formatted Escaparate 1530 (2007-08), tropical Radio Fiesta (2008-10), Rock al Extremo (for three days in January 2010), and grupera La Jefa under contract again to Grupo Siete Comunicación, combined with religious music known as Voz de Paz (February-June 2010).
On June 1, 2010, 1530 returned to Radio Fiesta in its longest-running format since the 1990s, but in 2014, change returned as the station became pop-formatted Juventud 1530 AM and then music in English from the 1970s, 80s and 90s, Éxtasis Digital, on April 1, 2015.
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