|Broadcast area||McAllen, Texas, USA/Reynosa, Mexico|
|First air date||November 22, 1988 (permit)|
(Patronato Pro-Radio Cultural de Reynosa, A.C.)
XHRYA was permitted on November 22, 1988. For the first 19 years of its life, until November 15, 2007, it was operated by the Universidad México Americana del Norte and known as Stereo América. It was a cultural station with a format of primarily instrumental music, as well as news, weather and traffic reports. In 2007, XHRYA was relaunched as Más Music, with a pop/rock format similar to other stations in the region.
- Query the FCC's FM station database for XHRYA
- raiostationworld.com; Radio stations serving the Rio Grande Valley
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