Stations from Mexico are not heard often at my place, but at Lista in November 2007 we managed to hear a few. One of them was Radio Educación in Mexico City. The signal of Radio Educación was heard one morning on 1060 kHz when their signal was heard pretty well mixing with the dominant station Radio 26 in Cuba and WBIX in Boston.
Lic. Virginia Bello Méndez, Directora General at the station sent me a kind letter and a very colourful QSL-card by FedEx some days ago confirming my reception of the station. Unfortunately, the frequency mentioned on the QSL-card is their shortwave outlet 6185 kHz and not 1060 kHz which was the frequency I received them on. Oh well, I’ll still count this one as a verification of XEEP on 1060 kHz.