“Today the Lopez family is proud to announce that in the next 30 days we will be bringing Tejano back to the fourth largest city in the United States Houston Texas,” said Carlos Lopez. “Tejano music is part of our culture of who we are as a community.”
The Tejano format left Houston in 2001 when KQQK 106.5 FM, once the dominate Tejano station in the city, flipped to a Spanish Pop format.
“We’re grateful to God for this blessing this opportunity of this brand new radio station in H-Town which is home to our Houston Astros Houston Rockets and Houston Texans,” added Lopez. “The Lopez Family will dedicate itself in preserving our Tejano music, our Tejano culture, our Tejano history, and more importantly our Tejano future.”
The Lopez family currently owns and operates radio stations and TV stations throughout south Texas including Tejano Nation radio affiliates KLMO 98.9 in San Antonio, Texas, Majic 95.9 in Victoria, Texas, and Majic 104.9 in Corpus Christi, Texas. The company is community oriented, helping those in need with food drives and more.
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