WCMA (AM)

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WCMA
City Bayamon, Puerto Rico
Broadcast area Puerto Rico
Branding Cima 103.7
Slogan La Que Rompe el Ritmo
Frequency 1600 kHz
Translator(s) W266CF 101.1 (San Juan)
W279BU 103.7 (San Juan)
First air date August 1966[1]
Format Spanish Tropical
Power 5,000 watts (unlimited)
Class B
Facility ID 39145
Transmitter coordinates 18°21′38″N 66°09′30″W / 18.36056°N 66.15833°W / 18.36056; -66.15833Coordinates: 18°21′38″N 66°09′30″W / 18.36056°N 66.15833°W / 18.36056; -66.15833
Callsign meaning Cima
Former callsigns WLUZ (1966-2012)
Owner Cadena Cima
(La Más Z Radio, Inc.)
Sister stations WDNO
Webcast Cima 103.7
Website www.cima103.com

WCMA (1600 AM, "Cima 103.7") is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish Tropical format.[2] Licensed to Bayamon, Puerto Rico, it serves all of Puerto Rico.[1] The station is currently owned by La Mas Z Radio, Inc., and shares with translator stations W266CF (101.1 FM) & W279BU (103.7 FM) in San Juan. The station was originally known as WLUZ after the original owner's wife, Luz María García de la Noceda.[1]

Cima Radio Network[edit]

WCMA is the flagship station of the Cima Radio Network. WCMA's programming is also heard on WDNO 960 AM in Quebradillas & W250CF 97.9 FM in Arecibo.

Translator stations[edit]

Broadcast translators of WCMA
Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
FCC info
W279BU 103.7 FM San Juan, Puerto Rico 25 FCC
W266CF 101.1 FM San Juan, Puerto Rico 25 FCC

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Albanese, Lorelei (July 27, 2006). "Radio Luz celebrates 40 years". Caribbean Business. 
  2. ^ Jacobs, George (2007). National Radio: Puerto Rico (US Associated). World Radio TV Handbook 2007: The Directory of Global Broadcasting. Billboard Books. pp. 305–306. ISBN 0-8230-5997-9. 

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