WURA

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WURA
City of license Quantico, Virginia
Broadcast area Metro Washington
Branding "Radio Unida 920"
Frequency 920 kHz
Format Tejano
Power 7,000 watts day
970 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 160224
Transmitter coordinates 38°34′5.0″N 77°20′20.0″W / 38.568056°N 77.338889°W / 38.568056; -77.338889
Owner Prince William Broadcasting, LLC
Webcast WURA Webstream
Website WURA Online

WURA is a Tejano broadcast radio station licensed to Quantico, Virginia, serving Metro Washington. WURA is owned and operated by Prince William Broadcasting, LLC.[1]

Broadcast launch[edit]

On December 13, 2009, WURA launched broadcasting Christmas music. In January 2010, it converted to a fulltime Tejano music format.

Sale[edit]

According to radio information website VARTV.com, "WURA is in the process of changing hands from Prince William Broadcasting to Capital Broadcasting VA, LLC. Prince William Broadcasting (which is made up of five partner companies, Dale City Broadcasting 25.5%; Cleo Broadcasting 15%; Bay Broadcasting, Lexington Park Broadcasting and Moonglow Broadcasting each 11.33%.) is selling the station for $205,584."[2]

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