|City||Pageland, South Carolina|
|Broadcast area||Charlotte, North Carolina|
|Format||Tropical music / Latin Pop|
|HAAT||156 meters (512 feet)|
|Former callsigns||WCPL-FM (1978-1989)
(Norsan Media Group of South Carolina, LLC)
|Webcast||UStream.TV Audio/Video Webcast|
WGSP-FM ("Latina 102.3 FM") is a radio station licensed to the community of Pageland, South Carolina, and serving the greater Charlotte, North Carolina, area. The station is owned by Norsan Broadcasting of Atlanta, Georgia. It airs a Tropical music / Latin Pop format.
WCPL-FM was located in Pageland, South Carolina. In 1989, the station became WMAP-FM and began airing the same programming as WMAP in Monroe, North Carolina. After WMAP went off the air, the FM, later known as WRML, played Southern gospel music. In 2006, Norsan took over the station and made plans to move the transmitter closer to the metropolitan area. The programming was also aired on WXNC, at 1060 AM and WGSP, at 1310 AM. Charlotte listeners began receiving the stronger signal in September 2007.
As of 2013, WRML was called "Latina 102.3".
- "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database.
- "Station Information Profile". Arbitron.
- Washburn, Mark (2008-11-20). "106.1 FM Will Shift to All-Spanish". The Charlotte Observer.
- Stowe, Gene (1989-06-24). "Monroe's WMAP Radio Picks Up S.C. Station". The Charlotte Observer.
- Lyttle, Steve (1997-03-21). "New Radio Station Will Slip Into Old Spot on the Dial". The Charlotte Observer.
- Ordoñez, Franco (2006-03-01). "City's Top Spanish-Language Radio Station Leaping to FM - WGSP-AM Will Begin Simulcasting Today on WRML 102.3". The Charlotte Observer.
- Washburn, Mark (2007-09-25). "New Radio Station Is on the Air". The Charlotte Observer.
- Washburn, Mark (2013-02-02). "Media firm plans Spanish TV in Charlotte". The Charlotte Observer.
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WGSP
- Radio-Locator information on WGSP
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WGSP
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