KTMR
Broadcast areaSan Antonio, Texas
Frequency1130 kHz
BrandingLa Nuestra
Programming
Language(s)Spanish
FormatChristian
Ownership
OwnerSiga Broadcasting Corporation
KAML, KFJZ, KGBC, KHFX, KLVL
History
First air date
December 17, 1979
Former call signs
KWBY (early 70s) KoWBoY
KQTI (1979–1985)
KVOJ (1985–1990)
Technical information
Facility ID28191
ClassD
Power25,000 Watts (daytime)
Translator(s)92.5 MHz (K223CT, San Antonio)
Links
Website1130am.net

KTMR (1130 AM) is a radio station licensed to Converse, Texas serving nearby San Antonio as a Spanish radio station playing Christian music and talk programs. It is currently under ownership of SIGA Broadcasting Corporation.

Because it shares the same frequency as "clear channel" station KWKH in Shreveport, Louisiana; KTMR only broadcasts during the daytime hours.

History

The construction permit for KWBY in Edna, Texas, was issued to Cosmopolitan Broadcasting on July 23, 1969, nearly five years after an application was made, but it would be more than a decade before 1130 was built. The original CP holder, Cosmopolitan Enterprises, went bankrupt in 1977; the station was sold out of bankruptcy to Vic-Jax Broadcasting Corporation, which signed it on in 1979 as KQTI.

Prior to its current programming, KTMR was a religious station, then business talk, then country (KAML simulcast).

KTMR's Texas sister stations with SIGA Broadcasting include KLVL (1480 AM, Pasadena), KGBC (1540 AM, Galveston), KAML (990 AM, Kenedy-Karnes City), KHFX (1140 AM, Cleburne), and KFJZ (870 AM, Fort Worth).

29°19′10″N 97°58′35″W / 29.31944°N 97.97639°W / 29.31944; -97.97639