|Naranjito, Puerto Rico/Fajardo, Puerto Rico|
|Channels||Digital: 18 (UHF) PSIP 64
|Translators||33 (34.1) Fajardo
(WECN: Encuentro Christian Network,
WRUA: Eastern Television Corporation)
|First air date||WECN: June 20, 1983
WRUA: March 7, 1997
|Call letters' meaning||Encuentro;
Encuentro Christian Network
|Former callsigns||WECN: WART (1983-1986)
|Former channel number(s)||WECN: 64 (analog, 1983-2009)
WRUA: 34 (analog, 1997-2009)
|Former affiliations||WECN: none
WRUA: Citytv (2006-2007)
|Transmitter power||50 kW|
From 2006 to 2007, WRUA operated as a standard independent station, using the Citytv branding, under license from CHUM Limited – it was the first Citytv franchise on American soil. Rogers Media discontinued the licensing for WRUA, after its acquisition of Citytv, and the station now serves as a translator for WECN.
Both prior to its time as Citytv and after, WRUA was and still is a religious station.
WECN & WRUA forces to shut down on October 22, 2014, due to financial problems. These stations are currently Silent, and its sale is pending to a minority-owned Broadcaster.
WECN & WRUA's digital signal is multiplexed:
|18.1/33.1||main WECN/WRUA programming / ViVe|
On February 17, 2009, WECN and WRUA signed off their analog signals. Both WECN/WRUA had completed its digital transmissions, although some people had believed that WECN went digital after WRUA.
- Query the FCC's TV station database for WECN
- Query the FCC's TV station database for WRUA
- BIAfn's Media Web Database -- Information on WECN-TV
- BIAfn's Media Web Database -- Information on WRUA-TV
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