XHNOE-FM

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XHNOE
XHNOE Stereo91 logo.png
CityNuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
Broadcast areaNuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
Laredo, Texas
BrandingStereo 91 FM
Frequency91.3 FM
First air dateFebruary 1967
FormatSpanish Talk
ERP50,000 Watts
HAAT48.5 meters (159 ft)
ClassB
Transmitter coordinates27°28′33″N 99°30′32″W / 27.47583°N 99.50889°W / 27.47583; -99.50889Coordinates: 27°28′33″N 99°30′32″W / 27.47583°N 99.50889°W / 27.47583; -99.50889[1]
Callsign meaningNOE Cuéllar
AffiliationsRadio Fórmula
OwnerNoe Cuéllar
(X.H.N.O.E. FM, S.A. de C.V.[2])
Sister stationsXHGTS-FM
Webcastlisten live
WebsiteXHNOE

XHNOE-FM (branded as Stereo 91 FM) is a Spanish-language Talk format FM radio station that serves the Laredo, Texas, United States and Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas, Mexico border area.

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XHNOE was the first FM radio station in the two Laredos, signing on in February 1967. Its original concessionaire was Fidel Cuéllar González and it broadcast with just 890 watts on 93.7 MHz. Upon Fidel's death, Josefina González Vda. de Cuéllar became the concessionaire in 1979. By this time, XHNOE was on 91.3 and had increased its power. A corporation was created to hold the station in 1996.

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