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City Elkton, Maryland
Branding La Ley
Slogan La estación de la raza
Frequency 1550 kHz
First air date August 22, 1963
Format Regional Mexican
Power 1,000 watts day
1 watt night
Class D
Facility ID 21621
Transmitter coordinates 39°35′45.00″N 75°47′50.00″W / 39.5958333°N 75.7972222°W / 39.5958333; -75.7972222
Former callsigns WXHL (2002-2005) WSER (1963-2002)
Affiliations Salem Communications
Owner Priority Radio, Inc.
Sister stations WXHL 89.1 FM Christiana, Delaware; WXHM 91.9 FM Middletown, Delaware

WSRY (1550 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Regional Mexican music format. Licensed to Elkton, Maryland, USA. The station is currently owned by Priority Radio, Inc.[1] and since January 1, 2015 is leased to Roberto Ekonomo.


The station's call letters were WSER when it first signed on in 1963. Brian Barrabee's First Philadelphia Properties sold the station in late 1999 to a Delaware-based religious group (Faith City Church) and it became a Moody Broadcasting affiliate in February 2000, later simulcasting WXHL-FM's Contemporary Christian music programming. The station changed its call letters to WXHL on February 15, 2002. The station changed its call sign to the current WSRY and became an ESPN/all sports station in 2005, later reverting to simulcasting WXHL-FM in 2009.[2]


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