WABA (AM)

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WABA
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City Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
Slogan La Grande
Frequency 850 kHz
First air date November 15, 1951
Format Spanish News/Talk
Power 5,000 watts day
1,000 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 648
Transmitter coordinates 18°24′2.00″N 67°9′27.00″W / 18.4005556°N 67.1575000°W / 18.4005556; -67.1575000Coordinates: 18°24′2.00″N 67°9′27.00″W / 18.4005556°N 67.1575000°W / 18.4005556; -67.1575000
Former frequencies 1240 kHz (1951-1955)
Affiliations WKAQ 580
Owner Aguadilla Radio & TV Corp., Inc.
Website waba850am.com

WABA (850 AM) is a radio station in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico, that broadcasts on 850 kHz. The station has been on the air since 1951. WABA is the radio home to the Aguadilla Divas from the Female Superior Volleyball League, The Santeros de Aguada of the Superior Basketball League & the Aguadilla Sharks of the Superior Baseball League. The station covers the 75% of the entire western area. WABA is currently owned by Aguadilla Radio & TV Corporation, a local organization based in the western region and airs Spanish News/Talk linked to the WKAQ 580 radio network.

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