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City Kansas City, Kansas
Broadcast area Kansas City
Branding La Grande 1340 AM
Slogan 100% Mexicana
Frequency 1340 kHz
First air date 1926
Format Mexican Regional music
Power 1,000 watts
200 watts (experimental synchronous operation)
Class C
Transmitter coordinates 39°6′50″N 94°40′45″W / 39.11389°N 94.67917°W / 39.11389; -94.67917
38°16′1″N 94°30′59″W / 38.26694°N 94.51639°W / 38.26694; -94.51639 (experimental synchronous operation)
Former frequencies 1420 kHz (1927)
1430 kHz (1927-1928)
1200 kHz (1928)
1420 kHz (1928-1936)
1310 kHz (1936-1941)
Owner TBLC Holdings, LLC
(TBLC Kansas City Stations, LLC)
Website KDTD website

KDTD (1340 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Mexican Regional music format. Licensed to Kansas City, Kansas, United States. The station is currently owned by Mahan Janbakhsh's TBLC Holdings, LLC, through licensee TBLC Kansas City Stations, LLC, and operated by Reyes Media Group under a LMA.

It is the Spanish Language flagship station of Sporting Kansas City (Major League Soccer).[1]


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