WSRY

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
WSRY
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.

History[edit]

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]

References[edit]

External links[edit]