XET-AM

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This article is about AM 990 "La T Grande" near Monterrey, Nuevo León. For AM 640 near Ciudad Victoria, Tamaulipas, see XETAM-AM.
XET-AM
City of license San Nicolás de los Garza, Nuevo León, Mexico[1]
Broadcast area Monterrey
Branding La T Grande
Frequency 990 kHz
First air date March 19, 1930 (1930-03-19)[2]
Format News, soap operas, Regional Mexican
Language(s) Spanish
Power 50 kW[1]
Class B
Facility ID 102011
Transmitter coordinates 25°43′50″N 100°14′57.3″W / 25.73056°N 100.249250°W / 25.73056; -100.249250Coordinates: 25°43′50″N 100°14′57.3″W / 25.73056°N 100.249250°W / 25.73056; -100.249250[3]
Owner Grupo Multimedios Estrella de Oro
(Radio Triunfos, S.A. de C.V.)
Sister stations XEAW-AM; XEJM-AM; XENL-AM; XERG-AM; XETKR-AM; XHFMTU-FM; XHJD-FM; XHPAG-FM; XHPJ-FM; XHAW-FM; XHITS-FM[4]
Also part of the Multimedios Cluster: TV Stations XHAW-TV and XHSAW
Webcast [1] (requires Flash player)
Website www.mmradio.com/node/161

XET-AM, nicknamed La T Grande, is an AM broadcasting station licensed for 50,000 watts on 990 kHz at San Nicolás de los Garza, Nuevo León, Mexico.[1] It is part of Multimedios Radio's Monterrey station cluster.

XET went on the air in 1930 as a border blaster targeting the United States in English.[2]

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