|Aguadilla, Puerto Rico|
|City||Aguadilla, Puerto Rico|
|Channels||Analog: 20 (UHF)|
|Owner||Caribbean Broadcasting Network|
|Founded||January 16, 2004|
|Call letters' meaning||Puerto Rico|
|Former callsigns||W20CF (2002–2004)|
|Former affiliations||ABC (2004–2014)|
|Transmitter power||5 kW|
The station did not provide their own local newscasts.
The station has been silent since January, 2014. From that point until the ABC affiliation ended, it continued broadcasting on channel 18.1 of sister station WSJP-LD. At some point on March 20, 2015, WSJP-LD removed its simulcast of WORA-DT2/ABC 5 from 18.1 and moved its third subchannel to 18.1 from 18.3 to replace it.
The stations's call-sign has been deleted from the FCC database. They carried the entire primetime schedule provided by ABC.
- "ABC Switching Puerto Rico Affiliation". TVNewsCheck. Retrieved 19 September 2014.
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