In 1986, an AM radio station serving San Antonio took on a format focused specifically on a regional music style that was growing in popularity: Tejano.
Five years later, in 1991, the format moved to KXTN-FM 107.5, and rode a wave of success fueled by the life — and death — of Tejano superstar Selena Quintanilla. It led Univision Communications to buy KXTN-AM & FM in 2003.
Now, Univision has brought Tejano back to its roots by shifting it to the AM dial. What’s in its place on the FM dial?