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City Big Pine Key, Florida
Branding US-1 Radio
Frequency 104.1 MHz
Format Classic Hits
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 138 meters (453 ft)
Class C1
Facility ID 14346
Transmitter coordinates 24°39′48″N 81°25′10″W / 24.66333°N 81.41944°W / 24.66333; -81.41944
Callsign meaning W W US-1
Owner Robert Holladay
(Florida Keys Media, LLC)
Sister stations WCNK, WAVK
Webcast Listen Live
Website us1radio.com

WWUS (104.1 FM), known as "US-1 Radio", is a radio station in the Florida Keys, based in Big Pine Key, Florida.

The station airs classic hits (R&B, pop, and rock music from the mid-1950s through the early-1990s) as well as talk programming.

WWUS covers the lower and middle Keys, and reaches the coast of Cuba near Havana. WWUS has a sister station (WCNK, 98.7 MHz, 100 kW) that plays contemporary country music and broadcasts also with 100 kW of power. These stations are also family of WAVK from Marathon Key, part of Florida Keys Media, LLC.

Originally, US-1 Radio had its signal on 104.7 FM and broadcast with much lower power. Now it is one of the most powerful stations in the Florida Keys and a reference for news and hurricane warnings for sailors and citizens of the Keys.

In August 2013, Gamma Broadcasting, LLC reached a deal to sell its Florida Keys stations (including WWUS) to Florida Keys Media, LLC (a company controlled by Robert H. Holladay).[1] The sale of WWUS and WCNK, at a price of $475,000, was consummated on January 31, 2014.


  1. ^ "Ownership Of Green Bay Cluster Goes Back From Clear Channel To Cumulus". All Access. August 30, 2013. Retrieved August 30, 2013. 

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