WCMN-FM

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WCMN-FM
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City Arecibo
Broadcast area Puerto Rico
Branding HOT 102
Slogan "Enciéndenos"
"Sólo Hot Hits"
Frequency 107.3 MHz
First air date 1967
Format Rhythmic Top 40
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 313 meters
Class B
Facility ID 4936
Owner Uno Radio Group
(Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation)
Sister stations WTOK-FM, WMIO, WUNO, WPRP, WORA, WCMN, WNEL, WLEO, WPRM-FM, WIVA-FM, WRIO, WFID, WZAR, WFDT
Website http://www.hot102pr.com

WCMN-FM (107.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a contemporary hit radio format. Licensed to Arecibo, Puerto Rico, it serves the Puerto Rico area. The station is currently owned by Uno Radio Group.

The station is relayed through booster stations, WCMN-FM3 in Ponce and WCMN-FM6 in Mayaguez, which also broadcasts on 107.3 MHz.

History[edit]

WCMN-FM was the first FM radio station to be licensed on the north of Puerto Rico. During most of its history it was called "Delta 107". In February 2004, WCMN-FM was acquired by "Uno Radio Group". In May 2004, WCMN-FM changed its brand name from "107.3 Delta" to just "107.3" and added the "Toca De Tó" slogan which eventually became the new brand name.

In March 2007, Uno Radio Group officially acquired WMIO from Bestov Broadcasting (previously known as Audioactiva 102.3 FM) and chained it with WCMN-FM.

On January 9, 2009, MSG Radio Inc. acquired WIAC-FM and the Toca De Tó brand moved to 102.5 FM on January 16, 2009. Old Toca De Tó stations WCMN-FM 107.3 and WMIO 102.3 continue as "107.3 Mi Emisora" and not chained to WIAC-FM.

After 102.5 FM changed its name to HOT 102 in August 2011, 107.3 FM adopted again the brand "Toca De Tó" but as a slogan.

On October 9, 2012, WCMN-FM was sold to the HOT 102 brand and as of that very same day, the station acts as a re-transmitter for the HOT brand.

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