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City Miami Springs, Florida
Broadcast area Miami/Frt Lauderdale area
Branding ESPN Deportes Miami
Slogan Tus Deportes, Tu Pasion (Your Sports, Your Passion)
Frequency 1210 kHz
First air date 1949 (as WFEC)
Format Sports (Spanish)
Power 47,000 watts day
2,500 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 61642
Transmitter coordinates 25°54′0.00″N 80°21′49.00″W / 25.9000000°N 80.3636111°W / 25.9000000; -80.3636111
Former callsigns WCMQ
Affiliations ESPN Deportes Radio
Owner Multicultural Broadcasting
(Operated by Deportes Media)
(Multicultural Radio Broadcasting Licensee, LLC)
Sister stations WEXY
Website www.espndeportesmiami.com

WNMA (1210 AM) is an ESPN Deportes Radio affiliate radio station. It is the first radio station in South Florida's radio history to air around-the-clock sports programming in Spanish, and the first Spanish ESPN Radio affiliate in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area.

The station is licensed to Miami Springs, Florida, and serves the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area. It can be received from as far north as Jupiter to as far south as the upper Florida keys. The station is owned by Multicultural Broadcasting and is operated by Deportes Media of Florida.[1]

It broadcasts with 47,000 watts in the day, and 2,500 watts at night. Their nighttime directional pattern protects 1210 in Philadelphia. Until Deportes Media took over the franchise, ESPN Deportes aired on 1450 AM.

Originally WFEC, a 250 watt daytimer on 1220, the station aired a country music format. The station has also in the past been known as WLTO (Latino) and WCMQ, featuring Latin music in AM stereo, broadcasting as a Spanish Variety format with some brokered air-time.


  1. ^ "WNMA Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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