| Guadalupe, Tamaulipas|
| Nostalgia 1340|
| Brownsville, Texas, United States
Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico|
Música que no tiene edad (Ageless Music)
June 17, 1950 (concession)
XEMT (branded as Nostalgia 1340) is a Spanish-language AM radio station that serves the Brownsville, Texas (United States) / Matamoros, Tamaulipas (Mexico) border area.
XEMT received its concession on June 17, 1950. It was owned by Severo Garza Saenz and broadcast with 250 watts. XEMT was bought by Radio Impulsora, S.A., in 1973, and by Radio Emisora del Noreste, S.A., in 1985. By this time, XEMT broadcast with 1,000 watts. It was sold in 2004 to the current concessionaire and cut its power to 600 watts.