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KTNO RadioLuz1440-102.5 logo.png
City University Park, Texas
Broadcast area Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex
Branding Radio Luz
Slogan Iluminando mente y corazon
Frequency 1440 kHz
Translator(s) 102.5 FM (K273BJ)
First air date 1938 as KDNT
Format Spanish Christian
Power 50,000 Watts (day)
350 Watts (night)
Class B
Callsign meaning ktno
Former callsigns KDNT (1938-1994)
KICI (1994-1996)
KINF (1996-1997)
Owner Salem Media Group
(Inspiration Media of Texas, LLC)
Sister stations KEXB, KLTY, K273BJ, KWRD-FM, KSKY
Webcast KTNO Live Stream
Website KTNO AM

KTNO (1440 AM) is an AM radio station broadcasting in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex as a Spanish Christian station. It is licensed in University Park, Texas, United States, and is owned and operated by the Salem Media Group.

KTNO served only the Denton, area until Marcos A. Rodriguez purchased it in 1991 and converted it to a Spanish radio station for service in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

It was announced on October 21, 2011 that Mortenson Broadcasting would be selling three of its AM stations (including KTNO) and its DFW-area FM translator K273BJ to Salem Communications for a reported $2.2 million in cash.[1]

In May 2012, KTNO began airing highlight episodes of The Roy Petty Show, an immigration and consumer advocacy program co-hosted by Univision personality Reyna Cavasos.


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Coordinates: 32°45′02″N 96°43′22″W / 32.75056°N 96.72278°W / 32.75056; -96.72278