WAFZ-FM

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WAFZ-FM
WAFZ-FM logo.jpg
City of license Immokalee, Florida
Branding La Ley 92.1 FM
Slogan "LA Que Manda"
Frequency 92.1 MHz
Repeaters WAFZ AM 1490, Immokalee
First air date 1987-06-30 (as WIKX-FM)
Format Regional Mexican
ERP 5,600 watts
HAAT 100 meters
Class A
Facility ID 47387
Transmitter coordinates 26°26′54.00″N 81°16′17.00″W / 26.4483333°N 81.2713889°W / 26.4483333; -81.2713889
Former callsigns WIKX-FM (1987-1988)
WCOO (1988-1994)
WGCQ (1994-2002)
Owner Glades Media Company LLC
Webcast Listen Live
Website wafz.com

WAFZ-FM (92.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Regional Mexican format.It is the most popular Regional Mexican FM stations in the southern United States east of the Mississippi River. The format plays a variety of new and current hits on the Regional Mexican format. At one time Also played Tejano music Music in the 1980s on its sister station WAFZ-AM. It its beginnings WAFZ use to be WZOR-AM 1490 and English programming adult contemporary music and news on for the morning until 3pm. Then it changed its format to regional mexican/tejano. The early DJ's that worked there were Gabino Soliz, "EL CHAVO ALEGRE" and Irma Ayala. The station continued on the air for a long time until the mid 1990s then it went silent for a while until what is now WAFZ was bought by Glades Media and transmitted simultaneous what WAFZ FM was playing (a regional Mexican format). Before WAFZ was Regional Mexican, it was a country station, then it was an oldies, christian, spanish contemporary pop. It is Licensed to Immokalee, Florida, USA, the station is currently owned by Glades Media Company LLC.

WAFZ's programming is also heard on WAFZ AM 1490 in Immokalee.

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