KWED-AM 1580....THE SEGUIN DAILY NEWS....SEGUINTODAY.COM

KWED-AM at 1580Khz on the AM Radio dial began broadcasting in September of 1948.  The station has been locally owned since sign on.

KWED is a full-service radio station, broadcasting news and information for Seguin and Guadalupe County, and playing a Country music format.

The station operates 24/7 with a daytime power of 1,000 watts and night-time power of 253 watts, with a non-directional antenna system.

The daytime signal reaches all or parts of 6 Texas counties and portions of the San Antonio metro area in which Guadalupe County is located.

KWED is all about Community Service and every year the station wins multiple awards from community organizations for support of their activities.

KWED's program schedule and contact information about advertising opportunities are available on this website.

 

The SEGUIN DAILY NEWS was begun as a single page flier in 1972 by the radio station and was distributed to local restaurants and coffee shops at the request of local businessmen who wanted something to read while they had their morning coffee.

It grew in size over the years, up to 4 pages, until 2002, when it was expanded to a 32 page small tabloid size news magazine.

The SEGUIN DAILY NEWS is now a free, small 16 page broadsheet newspaper published every business day. 

3,500 copies are delivered early in the morning daily to over 300 high-traffic business locations in Seguin and the surrounding area.

The SEGUIN DAILY NEWS offers a wide variety of ad sizes and advertising plans and contact information is available on this website.

 

SEGUINTODAY.COM was established as kwed1580.com in 1996 as our initial foray into the world of the Internet.

For some years it was ahead of it's time, offering a variety of local internet options that not many people used.

After several re-designs, the site went through a complete transformation and name change in 2005 to more adequately describe the largely local content being directed to users from Seguin and the surrounding area.

SEGUINTODAY.COM offers a variety of ad sizes and positions as well as opportunities to add audio and video to any presentation.

Call 830-379-2234for complete information.
 

KWED EEO FORM 1, 2012 (for 2011)


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