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    Bidding in the AM auction ended at 10am for 20 stations, and another six have since wrapped up.

    Here is the current list of high bids.

    The last five remaining stations to be bid out, with time extensions, are Chihuahua Capital, San Luis Potosí, León and one of two in each of Saltillo and Querétaro.

    UPDATE: It's over. 16 participants made high bids for another 133 million pesos. We might even get some bidder identities now: "En las siguientes horas se dará a conocer la lista completa de las personas físicas y morales participantes en la licitación de las frecuencias de radio AM y FM, incluyendo las ofertas más altas y los números de folio correspondientes."

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    Grupo Radio Centro confirmed today that it is bidder P9-520100 in a Relevant Event release to the BMV, picking up Cancún, Chetumal, Campeche and an Acapulco duopoly. We now know the identities of winners representing six stations.
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    Time for our look at the AM winners!

    14 of the AM stations were acquired by bidder E1-344425 which did not participate in FM.

    One of the few bidders to win in both was GJ-234220 which nabbed Río Grande and Sombrerete FMs and 720 AM at Juan Aldama, all in Zacatecas.

    M1-404031 picked up FMs at Apatzingán and Ciudad Hidalgo and an AM at Uruapan, all in Michoacán.

    The winner of the Querétaro AM is the same as that of the FM at San José Iturbide, Guanajuato.

    Additionally, the Super Bidder, T1-005324, did win an AM, 1340 Cuernavaca.
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    FULL LIST OF WINNERS - http://www.ift.org.mx/sites/default/...asmasaltas.pdf

    Note that the actual Fallo comes down the pike in late March, but this is going to show us the winners and losers.

    The Super Bidder is Tecnoradio, S.A. de C.V. Nobody knows who this is. But Carlos Slim is evidently involved, reviving the ACIR-Inbursa rumor.

    I've got a full list here for FM: http://jmp.sh/mlw4OEa

    I can tell you some big winners right now: Empresa Turquesa, S.A. de C.V., and Pantalla Líquida, S.A. de C.V. They're not really new, honestly (hint: Radio Turquesa in Q. Roo, and Pantalla Líquida's name appears on stuff related to the XHZCM-XHCOZ social wolves in Cozumel), but they soaked up stations in the southeast.

    Zacatecas' cleanup unit was TV Zac, S.A. de C.V., a unit of NTR Zacatecas.

    Radio Centro is Promotora de Éxitos, S.A. de C.V. —*which is, predictably, headquartered at Constituyentes 1154. I could have unmasked them had they not gone to the BMV and done it themselves.

    Also, anyone got an idea on Centrado Corporativo?

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    The AM big winners were Escápate al Paraíso, S.A. de C.V. (14 AMs) and, to a lesser extent, Media FM with 5. Media FM was primarily in central Mexico. Looks like the first one hawks vacations...that's gonna be a lot of waste on AM.

    One big winner: La Rancherita del Aire, S.A. de C.V., which picked up...well, you can guess which one AM they picked up. Piedras Negras 580. XEMU will come back from the dead! (Maybe with new calls.)
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    Analysis: All About IFT-4’s High Bidders

    This post is a follow-up to the materials I posted earlier about the IFT-4 high bidders.

    Big Winners

    A number of brand-new names made their splash today. Without a doubt, the headliner is Tecnoradio, S.A. de C.V. Tecnoradio has ties to Grupo Inbursa, a Carlos Slim holding, and it was reported by El Economista that Tecnoradio has a relationship to Grupo ACIR. If true, it marks a return to large scale radio for ACIR, something it shed when it sold many stations to Radiorama and its regional partners in the late 2000s. With 34 FMs and three more AMs (and having attempted to get as many as 67 stations), Tecnoradio is the biggest question mark of IFT-4 by far, but if they pony up for all those stations, it could be a force. And they will have to pony up, as in some cases their offers were 870 times the next highest bidder. Should they not be able to pay for some or all of their stations, it could result in a major realignment depending on what was beneath them.

    Also noteworthy newcomers (about which none is known) are Centrado Corporativo, S.A. de C.V. which picked up eight stations, and Media FM, S.A. de C.V, with seven FMs and five AMs. Centrado will enter primarily in Guerrero and Oaxaca with a presence in Sinaloa and Veracruz. Media FM made a play exclusively in two states. On FM, it won all seven of its stations in Michoacán. On AM, it gained stations in Uruapan and Morelia but also Saltillo, Torreón and Piedras Negras.

    A few regional players will also emerge. Enza Telecom will be tuning in three cities, all in Oaxaca. Energía Radial en Comunicación nabbed two stations, at El Fuerte and Navolato in Sinaloa. Más Radio Telecomunicaciones, representing a return to radio for a former Grupo Imagen head (in the pre-GEA days), enters in Tulúm. And speaking of Tulúm, La Mera en Playa will be giving listeners both there and in Puerto Morelos new commercial radio stations. Meanwhile, Campeche was nearly completely divided between two regional players: Mediasur, S.A. de C.V., which owns the Telesur regional cable network (no relation to that Telesur), and Edilberto Huesca Perrotín, a former head of NRM who also serves as a link back to prior radio bids when he won stations like XHTXO and XHAVO. The rest of the state fell to Tecnoradio, Cancún Radio Net (what an oxymoron of a name now) and Radio Centro.

    Group Me In

    Promotora de Éxitos, S.A. de C.V., was one of the big, uh, hits of IFT-4. It came away with the most expensive station, Cancún at 86.5 million pesos, and four others including a duopoly in Acapulco. This business, as you now know, is a subsidiary of Grupo Radio Centro; it was listed in its 2015 annual report as “not in operation”. That’s about to change big time.

    Another group that came away with stations is Multimedios Radio with six stations, split between its two concessionaires: Multimedios Radio, S.A. de C.V., and Radio Informativa, S.A. de C.V. RI is recognizable as it currently holds seven MM Radio station concessionaires. Notably, the stations picked up by MM are mostly in new markets: Ensenada, Mazatlán, Compostela in Nayarit and central Veracruz, with one in Ciudad Cuauhtémoc, Chihuahua.

    A few other groups snapped up stations. The Promomedios group in Sinaloa had bids from its Culiacán and Mazatlán divisions, which will expand to El Salto, Pueblo Nuevo, Dgo. and Guasave, respectively. Televisa Radio, throwing it back with the concessionaire Cadena Radiópolis, S.A. de C.V., won out in Ensenada and Puerto Vallarta. Grupo Imagen makes an appearance, picking up an FM in Chilpancingo (Administradora Arcángel), and through Medios Digitales RMX, an FM at San José Iturbide in Guanajuato and an AM in Querétaro.

    Grupo Radiofónico ZER also appeared through two bidders. Arnoldo Rodríguez Zermeño himself won the Tamazula de Gordiano, Jal. station, which will go nicely with his new holdings in Ciudad Guzmán. A separate concessionaire, Radiodifusora XHZER, S.A. de C.V., struck by picking up a station in Armería, Colima, the third holding of ZER in that state and giving it statewide coverage. Empresa Turquesa, S.A. de C.V., almost certainly part of Grupo Turquesa, picked up Felipe Carrillo Puerto, José María Morelos and Nicolás Bravo in Quintana Roo and Temax in Yucatán.

    Sofía Valanci snuck in in Tapachula, giving Grupo Radio Digital a presence in southern Chiapas beyond a social wolf. Speaking of social wolves, a few appeared to claim real commercial radio stations. Grupo La Voz del Viento, S.A. de C.V., quite clearly connected to the civil association that runs XHMICH-FM and the Respuesta newspaper in Morelia, struck in Quiroga and Tacámbaro, Michoacán. Pantalla Líquida, S.A. de C.V., which is listed in some business directories as being related to the social wolf cluster of Cozumel (XHCOZ-TDT/XHZCM-FM), nabbed five stations in Quintana Roo and Yucatán.

    Cross-Media Interests

    Some newspapers and TV stations showed their appetite for radio, too. Two stations each are going to the Tribuna newspapers (Compañía Periodística Sudcaliforniana) of Baja California Sur, at La Paz and Los Cabos; and Expreso (Medios y Editorial de Sonora), at Guaymas and Navojoa. Debate por Yucatán picked up the cheapest station of all: 5,000 pesos at Tunkás.

    In Zacatecas, TV Zac, S.A. de C.V., part of NTR, cleaned house with five stations in six cities, one in every city in Zacatecas that was available. Cable, broadcast and newspaper interests are all part of NTR, which also controls the social wolf Fundación Cultural por Zacatecas, A.C. The aforementioned Mediasur also belongs in this category, having pursued a similar strategy to TV Zac.

    One journalist, Mario Óscar Beteta Vallejo, who is on the Los 300 list of Líderes Mexicanos and hosts radio programs, also came up a winner, with a station at Holbox, Quintana Roo. His program airs on Radio Fórmula — one of a few large groups that was conspicuously absent from IFT-4, along with Radiorama, MVS and Capital Media.

    The Elephant in the Room

    Perhaps the worst news came from the bidder that claimed no less than 14 AM stations of the 31 that people actually had interest in. Escápate al Paraíso, S.A. de C.V., appears to be in the business of selling vacations to tourist destinations (including many that got FM activity). They got more AM stations than Facebook likes.

    Not all was lost on AM. La Rancherita del Aire, S.A. de C.V., and Torres Corporativo Radio, S.A. de C.V., managed to have their cake and eat it too, buying back their old AM frequencies after migration (for XEMU and XEEL, respectively). But interest was low. The IFT should consider not doing more AM bids and focusing its future attention on FM.
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    I noticed the winning AM bid from R9-114150 / La Rancherita del Aire S.A. de C.V while glossing over the IFT file you posted.

    Cool. XEMU with its low frequency carries deeply into the US during the day.

    XEMU had a close relationship with our departed WTFDA member Joe Gragg.

    I was quite pleased the night I heard XEMU in Michigan, including a full ID, and the La Rancherita del Aire name.
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    Comparing tropo to skip is like comparing apples and bacon cheeseburgers.

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    It might have taken forever, but the 2017 PABF is finally modified. It adds various new stations. We don't have the full modified PABF yet, so no way to dig through its contents.
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    All news — it's what Jalisco TV viewers will soon get from the Universidad de Guadalajara, which is changing its 44.2 subchannel to all-news. Presumably once the Ciudad Guzmán and Lagos de Moreno transmitters get built, they will also have this subchannel.
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    First on the Mexico Beat: A New Social Station Lands in Tampico by Amparo

    It's not often a new radio station goes unnoticed this long, but that's precisely what has happened! And the story of its birth looks to be complicated.

    That document is a response to an amparo filed by a potential permit seeker, Martha Morales Reséndiz. In 2012, Morales went to Cofetel and sought a permit. On June 18, 2014, the IFT found the request improper (evidently due to lack of spectrum in Tampico). On October 28 of that year, she filed an amparo in Tamaulipas state court, which handed it over to the Specialized Broadcasting and Telecommunications Court in Mexico City. In November, the court came down in favor of Morales Reséndiz.

    Instead of 102.3, the new XHMRT-FM will launch on 102.5 MHz from coordinates 22°15'05.79", -97°52'23.04". It will be a Class A station and Tampico's first social station.

    The station appeared in the RPC today, prompting me to track down the rest of the story as the name was unfamiliar and I had no idea of new stations in Tamaulipas.

    This may not be Martha's first rodeo in radio. As soon as I heard the last name, I was reminded of another station, XEVI-XHVI San Juan del Río, Qro. It is owned by a concessionaire whose controlling shareholders are all members of the Morales Reséndiz family, including one Martha Laura Morales Reséndiz. It is worth noting that it appears that Martha lives in Tampico judging by some of the items in the amparo. I'm not sure if these are the same person, but it's more likely than not in Mexican broadcasting...

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    In other, and related, news...more permit requests from 2011-13 that haven't been acted upon, listed on the Cofece site...

    Valores y Tradiciones de Mi Tierra, A.C. - Pabellón de Arteaga, Ags.; Miguel Hidalgo, DF; Chapala and Guadalajara, Jal.; Zinacantepec, Mex.; Los Ramones, NL; Cuautlancingo, Pue. (AWOO!)
    CODIPAC, A.C. - Ensenada, B.C.
    Asociación Cultural Fronteriza, A.C. - Ensenada, Mexicali, Playas de Rosarito and Tecate, B.C.
    Asociación Radiofónica Fronteriza, A.C. - Tijuana, Tecate, Playas de Rosarito and Ensenada, B.C. (these border associations have the same legal rep)
    Radio Digital Cultural, A.C. - Tijuana, B.C. (Rep is Gustavo Enrique Rafael Astiazarán Rosas, or in other words, Uniradio)
    Fundación de Radio Social de Baja California, A.C. - Rodolfo Sánchez Taboada (Maneadero), B.C. (where?)
    Miguel Ángel Valle Chan - Campeche, Camp.
    Fomento Educativo y Cultural Francisco de Ibarra, A.C. - Chihuahua, Chih. (that's Universidad Autónoma de Durango for you)
    Fundación Ararat en Pro de la Mujer, A.C. - Chihuahua, Chih. (rep Eugenia Guadalupe Palma Ruiz)
    Expresión Cultural Regional, A.C. - Amatan, Chis.
    José Luis Ocaña Castellanos - Arriaga, Chis.
    Erick Zenteno Nucamendi - Bochil, Chis.
    Avelino Andrés Chantiri Espinosa - Cintalapa, Chis.
    Lucema Guadalupe Camacho Caballero - Cintalapa, Chis.
    Promoción y Fomento Cultural, A.C. - Cintalapa, Comitán, San Cristóbal de las Casas, Tapachula and Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chis. (Note: rep is Sofia Valanci Penagos, who appeared in IFT-4. The last name should say it all. You may recall they attempted a station in Coatzacoalcos. More wolves!)
    Adolfo Gutiérrez Cruz - Ocosingo, Chis.
    Ismael Rodríguez Damas - Palenque, Chis.
    Runolfo Alvaro Vazquez - Palenque, Chis.
    Valores Culturales de Mayas de Chiapas, A.C. - San Cristóbal de las Casas, Chis.
    Isabel Victoria Galvez Roblero - Tapachula, Chis.
    Natividad Sánchez de la Cruz - Yajalón, Chis.
    Antonio Bernabé Pérez Pérez - Bochojbo Alto, Zinacantan, Chis.
    Radio Cultural del Centro, A.C. - Monclova, Coah. (Luis Abelardo González Galindo)
    Universidad Millennium Internacional, S.C. - Saltillo, Coah. (has a station in Torreón)
    Sergio Guevara Guevara - Durango, Dgo.
    Unidad de Televisión de Guanajuato - Cortázar, Gto. (this is the Gto state network)
    Ciencia, Comunicación y Tecnología de Irapuato, A.C. - Irapuato, Gto.
    Alejandra Chávez Puerta - León, Gto.
    Fundación Cultural para la Sociedad Mexicana, A.C. - Pachuca, Hgo. (hmm I wonder what this could be?)
    Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo - Pachuca, Hgo. (TV)
    Ajijic Radio, A.C. - Ajijic, Jal.
    Fomento Cultural de Cihuatlán, A.C. - Cihuatlán, Jal.
    Radio Educativa y Cultural de Arandas, A.C. - Jesús María, Jal.
    Sergio Manuel Arista Dumont - Zapopan, Jal. (Guadalajara metro)
    Espacio y Cultura Radiofónica, A.C. - Zapotlanejo, Jal.
    La Chaviza Musical, S.C. de R.L. de C.V. - Chiconcuac, Mex.
    Calacoaya Centro Cultural, A.C. - Jilotzingo, Mex.
    Radio Cultural de Villa del Carbón, A.C. - Villa del Carbón, Mex., Peñamiller, Qro. (rep Carlos Pérez Alcaraz)
    Laura Amparo Otto Díaz - Lázaro Cárdenas, Mich.
    Abdiel López Rivera - Morelia, Mich.
    Dulce María Reyes Sánchez - Morelia, Mich.
    Flavio René Acevedo - Morelia, Mich. (TV) (Medios Radiofónicos Michoacán incl. social wolf XHMOM-FM)
    Sistema Cultural de Michoacán, A.C. - Morelia, Mich. (TDT) (rep Isllali Belmonte Rosales)
    Ayuntamiento de Puruándiro, Mich.
    Carlos Manuel Sesma Mauleón - Cuernavaca, Mor. (a broadcast lawyer)
    Fundación Ecoforestal, A.C. - Orizaba, León, Pachuca, Culiacán (already known), Oaxaca, Tampico, Puebla, Cancún, Mexico City, Xalapa, Durango, Toluca, Querétaro, Mérida and Villahermosa (also Sesma Mauleón...ruh-roh, this might be a GREEN permit wolf!)
    Isaías Olivar Libertad - Tepalcingo, Mor.
    Silvia Montes de Oca Bernal - Apodaca, NL
    Erika Graciela Bonilla Ochoa - Monterrey, NL
    Hernán Edgardo García García - Monterrey, NL
    José Efraín Martínez Roa - San Nicolás de los Garza, NL
    Fundación del Norte Quadra, A.C. - Villa de Santiago, NL; Nuevo Laredo, Tamps.
    Fundación Cnltural Tokuela, A.C. - Ocotlán de Morelos, Oax.
    Crecer Libre, A.C. - San Andrés de Azumiatla, Pue. (rep Julián Gaudencio Herrera Arzola)
    Comunicación para el Desarrollo Humano, A.C. - Cancún, Q. Roo (rep Alan Sánchez Bravo)
    Comunicadores con Principios y Valores, A.C. - Cancún, Q. Roo
    Luis Fernando Arista Reyes - San Luis Potosí, SLP
    Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa - Los Mochis and Mazatlán, Sin.
    Democracia y Deliberación Desértica, A.C. - Hermosillo, Son.
    Universidad Olmeca, A.C. - Villahermosa, Tab. (reported by ACIR to be running an 88.9 pirate)
    Vidalia Castillo Javier - Villahermosa, Tab.
    Impulsora Tamaholipa, A.C. - Ciudad Victoria, Tamps.
    Impulsora Tenek, A.C. - Nuevo Laredo, Tamps. (these two Impulsoras are also related to Pro Difusión Social, same rep - Marco Antonio Daniel Hernández Ramírez)
    Radio y Televisión Cultural de Tamaulipas, A.C. - Ciudad Victoria, Tamps. (with Antonio Gallegos González as the rep, this is a permit wolf)
    Elsa María Esther Cuellar Armenta - Nuevo Laredo, Tamps.
    Juan Manuel Cervantes Cabada - Nuevo Laredo, Tamps.
    José Luis Vargas Rodríguez - Nuevo Laredo, Tamps.
    Maximino Muñoz Sánchez - Nuevo Laredo, Tamps.
    Universidad Tamaulipeca, A.C. - Reynosa, Tamps.
    Patronato Pro Difusión Social, A.C. - Río Bravo, Tamps.
    Rradiotl, A.C. - José Cardel, Ver. (XHPER-FM owner; the representative is Carlos Ferráez Cortés. The first and last names scream Avanradio. Sounds like a SOCIAL WOLF!)
    Toskitl, A.C. - Alvarado, Catemaco and Cosoleacaque, Ver. (same legal rep as Rradiotl)
    Jorge Luis Lucio Sánchez - Coatzacoalcos, Ver.
    Radio Naranjos, A.C. - Naranjos, Ver.
    Luis Arturo Rivera Garza - Poza Rica, Ver.
    Instituto Tecnológico Superior Zacatecas Sur - Tlaltenango, Zac.
    Ayuntamiento de Tlaltenango de Sánchez Román, Zac.

    OPMA - Ciudad Juárez, Chih.; Zacatlán, Pue. (TV)

    Música de Mis Recuerdos, A.C. - Saltillo, Cd. Obregón, Mochis, Cd. Victoria, San José del Cabo, Tapachula, Chetumal, Cd. del Carmen, Uruapan and Chilpancingo (wowza! rep Luis Fernando Mondragón Río)
    Impulso a la Música Mexicana, A.C. - Aguascalientes, Colima, Zacatecas, Campeche, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Tapachula, Morelia, Tepic, Puebla, Chilpancingo, Oaxaca, Ensenada, Toluca, Cancún (same rep)

    Rate Cultural y Educativa de México, A.C. - Cabo San Lucas, Manzanillo, Puerto Vallarta, Puerto Escondido, plus Zacatecas (XHGPE-FM)

    I could have gone on, and on, and on...

    Noteworthy approvals:

    XHJUX, XHBAK, XHCIF, XHFC, XHUHV among others; XHSPG Acapulco and XHOPCO Colima; whatever the UAIS station is (as Universidad Autónoma Indígena de México)

    EDIT: A few more of interest:

    Fundación Garza Limón - Durango, Dgo. (TV) (AWOO!)
    Noé Farrera Morales - Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chis.
    Voces Urbanas, A.C. - Nezahualcóyotl, Edomex (this civil association is a currently operating pirate and member of AMARC)
    Universidad Tecnológica de Tecamachalco - Tecamachalco, Pue.
    Chiapas state network - stations at Amatan, Siltepec and Yajalón
    Tec de Monterrey - various radio stations at campuses in the Mexico City metro area and Atizápan de Zaragoza, Mex.
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    It's not a new station, but a new station it will be in the books.

    On February 22, the IFT gave the green light to the Sistema Chiapaneco de Radio, Televisión y Cinematografía for a new public radio station at Siltepec. This station has been operating for years and was DXed in 2015 by Randy from Fort Walton Beach.

    Another, actually new, station was also awarded on 2/22, the first social indigenous station in Chiapas for the Comunidad Indígena Tseltal in the Locality of Bachajón, Chilón Municipality, Chiapas.
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    I'm sorry in saying this but: Raymie please delete again some messages of your inbox. You've got your inbox full again.

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