|City||San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí|
|First air date||April 22, 1964 (concession)|
|Callsign meaning||Cadena RASA|
|Former callsigns||XEEQ-AM (1964-January 17, 1997)|
XERASA-AM (January 17, 1997-2015)
|Former frequencies||750 AM|
|Owner||Cadena RASA |
(Multimedia de San Luis, S.A. de C.V.)
XEEQ-AM 760 received its concession on April 22, 1964. It was owned by Radio Potosina, S.A. and broadcast as a 250-watt daytimer with the name "La Pantera" and a rock format.
In the 1980s, XEEQ affiliated to Radiorama. Radiorama, however, experienced some corporate turbulence in the mid-1990s, and XEEQ left the group, declared bankruptcy and was shuttered for two years.
After going dark, the station returned with a new frequency, new call letters and a higher power. XERASA-AM 750 broadcast with 1,000 watts day and 100 night; the power increase had been authorized in October 1995, and the callsign change was granted in January 1997. It carried an English-language oldies format similar to RASA's XENK-AM in Mexico City. In 2006, XERASA flipped to grupera under the Candela name.
2010 saw the sign-on of XHRASA-FM 94.1. 750 AM was shut off in April 2012, but it returned six months later and broadcast until 2015.
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