XESTN-AM

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XESTN
XESTN radiored1540 logo.jpg
City Monterrey, Nuevo León,
Mexico
Broadcast area Monterrey
Branding Radio Red
Frequency 1540 AM (kHz)
First air date 1988
Format Spanish
Power 5 kWs day
0.5 kWs night[1]
Class B
Callsign meaning SanTa CatariNa
Owner Grupo Radio Centro
(Radio Red, S.A. de C.V.)
Website XERED website

XESTN-AM (1540 AM, "Radio Red") is a Spanish-language radio station in Monterrey, Mexico. It relays programming from XERED-AM 1110 in Mexico City. 1540 kHz is a United States clear-channel frequency.

History[edit]

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.

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