Radio Educación 1060 (XEEP-AM)

Radio Educación was the first educational and cultural broadcaster in Mexico. Originally it transmitted its contents in AM, a frequency which slowly lost audience in the country, because of which during several years it was trying to change to FM 96.5, which it managed only in 2017. Before belonging to the Secretary of Culture, Radio Educación was part of the Secretary of Public Education.

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Public

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National

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Free content

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Mexican Government

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Radio Educación is a governmental station under the control of the Secretary of Culture of the Mexican government.

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General Information

Founding Year

1924

Affiliated Interests Founder

José Vasconcelos - He was the Secretary of Public Education, rector of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (National Autonomous University of Mexico) and candidate for president of the Republic in 1929. 

Affiliated Interests Ceo

Antonio Tenorio - Director of Radio Educación since 2009. Tenorio has also been cultural manager, diplomat, academic, narrator and essayist. 

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María Cristina García Cepeda - Secretary of Culture of the Mexican government since 2017. Among other positions, she has been General Director of the National Institute of Fine Arts and Technical Secretary of the National Council of Culture and Arts.

Contact

Address: Ángel Urraza 622, colonia Del Valle, Benito Juárez, Ciudad de México, México.

Telephone: 55 4155 1050

 

 

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