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XHAS 1410-101.5 logo.png
City Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
Broadcast area Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
Laredo, Texas
Branding Fiesta Mexicana-Ke Buena
Frequency 1410 AM
101.5 FM
First air date March 3, 1948 (concession)
1994 (FM)
Format Regional Mexican
Power Day: 1 kW
Night: 250 watts (AM)[1]
ERP 3,000 watts (FM)[2]
HAAT 100 meters (330 ft)
Class B (AM)
A (FM)
Transmitter coordinates 27°29′37″N 99°30′56″W / 27.4935327°N 99.515622°W / 27.4935327; -99.515622Coordinates: 27°29′37″N 99°30′56″W / 27.4935327°N 99.515622°W / 27.4935327; -99.515622
Affiliations Televisa Radio
Owner Radiorama
(Publicidad Radiofónica de Nuevo Laredo, S.A. de C.V.)
Webcast XHAS-FM
Website www.radioramanuevolaredo.com.mx/INICIO/fiesta-mexicana-101-5-fm/

XEAS-AM/XHAS-FM is a combo AM/FM radio station on 101.5 MHz and 1410 kHz in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. It is owned by Radiorama and known as Fiesta Mexicana-Ke Buena.


XEAS received its concession in March 1948. By the 1960s, it was owned by José María Villarreal Montemayor, and by the 1980s, ownership had transferred to Deyla Ruiz Guajardo de Villarreal. The station became an AM-FM combo in 1994 and was sold to its current concessionaire in 2000.

XHAS is the only station co-branded as Fiesta Mexicana (a Radiorama format) and Ke Buena (from Televisa Radio). XHAS had previously been a normal Ke Buena station.


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