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XESTN-AM
CityMonterrey, Nuevo León,
México
Broadcast areaMonterrey
Frequency1540 AM (kHz)
BrandingUniversal y La Octava
Programming
FormatNews/talk, sports, contemporary music in English
Ownership
OwnerGrupo Radio Centro
(Radio Red, S.A. de C.V.)
XEFB-AM, XEH-AM, XEMN-AM, XHQQ-FM, XHSP-FM, XHMF-FM
History
First air date
1988
Call sign meaning
SanTa CatariNa
Technical information
ClassB
Power5 kWs day
0.5 kWs night[1]
Transmitter coordinates
25°40′05″N 100°18′43″W / 25.66806°N 100.31194°W / 25.66806; -100.31194
Links
Websitelaoctava.com
universal881.com

XESTN-AM (1540 AM, "Universal y La Octava") is a Spanish-language radio station in Monterrey, Mexico. It relays programming from XHRED-FM 88.1 in Mexico City. 1540 kHz is a United States clear-channel frequency.

History

Logo used as "Radio Red Monterrey" through January 2019
Logo used as "Radio Red Monterrey" through January 2019

The first concession for XESTN was awarded on November 29, 1988, to Jesús D. González González of Grupo Multimedios. The station was originally daytime-only[2] and licensed to Santa Catarina.[3] It was transferred in 2000 to Radio Red, S.A. de C.V., though Radio Red programs had been airing on XESTN since at least 1994. In 2009, the station increased its daytime power to 5,000 watts.

On January 14, 2019, concurrent with a major reshuffling and the relaunch of XERC-FM Mexico City as talk station "Radio Centro 97.7", XESTN and XEDKR-AM Guadalajara began simulcasting that station instead of Radio Red.

As part of the launch of Radio Centro's TV station, XHFAMX-TDT, on October 31, 2019, Universal moved to XERC-FM and all the talk programming moved back to XHRED-FM, which took the same "La Octava", XEDKR-AM and XESTN-AM Monterrey began simulcasting that station.

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