Where are the chanclas? Someone needs to give Univision Radio a pao pao for moving KXTN over to AM.— Eddie Vega (@ElTacolico) April 15, 2019
WTF?!?!! Like we need another r&b hip hop station in this town. We’re tejano capital of the world. 30 years kxtn just thrown— Erica Cruz (@pinkcell114) April 14, 2019
How am I supposed to to get through Fiesta without KXTN?? 😭— rosycordova (@rosycordova13) April 15, 2019
There’s some great borderland/Latinx-inspired/Mexican regional, music that could’ve been added to #KXTN ‘s format to open it up to a new generation. Instead they played the same old stuff (that we loved). It aged with its audience. Now it’s dying and we’re gasping for airtime.— Eddie Vega (@ElTacolico) April 15, 2019
Why is 107.5 no longer KXTN!? Do we really need another pop/r&b station!?— Tré B (@TruTre44) April 15, 2019
WHO GOT RID OF KXTN!? I JUST WANNA TALK 🤬— babygirl 🌹 (@SupremeC_) April 13, 2019
I've listened to kxtn since as far back as I can remember. I remember my mom always having it on in the morning when she would take me to school. I remember looking forward to hearing 'Johnny Ramirez in the morninggg" and the little traffic jingle.— Angel Fingahz (@thcadrian) April 13, 2019
Also, a reminder I made a petition to get KXTN Tejano & Proud back on 107.5 b/c I honestly feel like a part of me has died when I switch my radio station and don't hear Bobby Pulido or Ram Herrera or David Lee!!! https://t.co/tnXnZht4Bo— TejanaThings.com (@DeniseYLosDinos) April 16, 2019
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