WQBS-FM

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WQBS-FM
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City Carolina, Puerto Rico
Broadcast area Puerto Rico
Branding Mix 107.7
Slogan La Mezcla que te Activa
Frequency 107.7 MHz
First air date 1965
Format Contemporary Hit Radio
ERP 12,000 watts
HAAT 841 meters (2,759 ft)
Class B
Facility ID 28921
Transmitter coordinates 18°18′36″N 65°47′41″W / 18.31000°N 65.79472°W / 18.31000; -65.79472Coordinates: 18°18′36″N 65°47′41″W / 18.31000°N 65.79472°W / 18.31000; -65.79472
Former callsigns WVOZ-FM (1965-1969)
WOLA-FM (1969-1983)
WVOZ-FM (1983-1994)
WAHQ (1994-1998)
WVOZ-FM (1998-2016)
Owner AiLive Network
(International Broadcasting Corporation)
Sister stations WSJU-TV
WIVE-LP
WQBS
WRSJ
WGIT
WIBS
WIOA/WIOC/W295BU
WZET
Website www.mix107pr.com

WQBS-FM (107.7 FM, "Mix 107.7") is a radio station broadcasting a Contemporary Hit Radio format. Licensed to Carolina, Puerto Rico, it serves the Puerto Rico area. The station is currently owned by International Broadcasting Corporation.

WQBS-FM is widely credited as having pioneered the Hurban (short for "Hispanic Urban") radio format.[1] This format mixes English-language rap and R&B with Latin rap, Latin pop and reggaeton.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Darling, Cary (2005-04-18). "Radio tries to reach young Latinos with `hurban' format". Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

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