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WOCN radiomiami1450 logo.png
City Miami, Florida
Broadcast area Miami area
Branding Radio Miami 1450
Frequency 1450 kHz
First air date 1948
Format Spanish Variety
Power 1,000 watts fulltime
Class C
Facility ID 43034
Transmitter coordinates 25°50′22.00″N 80°11′23.00″W / 25.8394444°N 80.1897222°W / 25.8394444; -80.1897222
Former callsigns WWPB; WSKP
Owner Salem Media Group
(Caron Broadcasting, Inc.)
Sister stations WQVN, WKAT, WZAB
Website WOCN Website

WOCN (1450 AM, Radio Miami) is a radio station broadcasting conservative talk programming. Licensed to Miami, Florida, United States, the station serves the Miami area. The station is currently owned by Salem Media Group, through licensee Caron Broadcasting, Inc.[1]

WOCN logo through June 2008

The station has an 18-year history of broadcasting to the Spanish-speaking community in the Miami area. Prior to the change to Spanish sports radio, the station branded itself as WOCN Radio 1450, broadcasting a World Ethnic-talk format. It was a time-brokered station which sold its time to programmers who then sold their own advertisements. The station was known in the Cuban-American community for its leftist commentators.[2]

The station also operates FM translator, W270CV on 101.9 MHz from downtown Miami.


  1. ^ "WOCN Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 
  2. ^ "WOCN-AM SOLD FOR $6 MILLION". Miami Herald. July 29, 2006. 

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