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XET-AM
XET-AM LaTGrande logo.png
CityMonterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico[1]
Broadcast areaMonterrey
Frequency990 kHz
BrandingLa T Grande
Programming
Language(s)Spanish
FormatNews, soap operas, Regional Mexican
Ownership
OwnerGrupo Multimedios Estrella de Oro
(Radio Triunfos, S.A. de C.V.)
XEAW-AM; XENL-AM; XHERG-FM; XET-FM; XETKR-AM; XHFMTU-FM; XHJD-FM; XHPAG-FM; XHPJ-FM; XHAW-FM; XHITS-FM
TV: XHAW-TDT and XHSAW-TDT
History
First air date
March 19, 1930 (1930-03-19)[2]
Technical information
ClassB
Power20.000 watts[1]
Transmitter coordinates
25°38′48.8″N 100°18′46.7″W / 25.646889°N 100.312972°W / 25.646889; -100.312972[3]
Links
Webcast[1] (requires Flash player)
Websitewww.mmradio.com/node/161
Multimedios Radio Stations

XET-AM, nicknamed La T Grande, is a commercial AM radio station on 990 kHz at Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico.[1] It is part of Multimedios Radio's Monterrey station cluster. The transmitter is located in San Nicolás de los Garza, near Monterrey.[4]

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History

XET went on the air in 1930 as a border blaster targeting the United States in English with a 50,000 watt signal. In the 2000s, it reduced its power to 20,000 watts.

The Carter Family worked at the station in its early years, performing their country music and bluegrass music. As the station could be heard at night in the parts of the United States, XET helped the Carter Family's music became well known. In February 1939, over the air live, Sara Carter dedicated the song I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes to her long-lost boyfriend Coy Bayes. On February 20, 1939, Sara Carter and Coy Bayes married at Brackettville, Texas.[2]

Further reading

  • Mass Media Moments in the United Kingdom, the USSR and the US, by Gilder, Eric. - Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu Press, Romania. 2003 ISBN 973-651-596-6

References


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