WCMQ-FM
CityHialeah, Florida
Broadcast areaMiami-Fort Lauderdale
Frequency92.3 MHz
BrandingZeta 92
Programming
FormatSalsa/Spanish & English AC
Ownership
OwnerSpanish Broadcasting System
(WCMQ Licensing, Inc.)
WXDJ/WMFM, WRMA, WRAZ-FM, WSBS-TV
History
First air date
December 22, 1969 (as WHMS-FM at 92.1)
Former call signs
WHMS (1969–1972)
WQXK (1972–1974)[1]
Former frequencies
92.1 MHz (1969-1987)
Call sign meaning
named after the former CMQ in Havana, which was nationalized after the Cuban Revolution as Radio Rebelde[2]
Technical information
Facility ID61640
ClassC2
ERP31,000 watts
HAAT188 meters
Transmitter coordinates
25°46′29.00″N 80°11′19.00″W / 25.7747222°N 80.1886111°W / 25.7747222; -80.1886111
Translator(s)106.3 MHz W292GE (Miami)
Links
WebcastListen Live
Websitezeta92miami.com

WCMQ-FM (92.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a salsa music and Spanish & English AC format. Licensed to Hialeah, Florida, United States, the station serves the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale area. WCMQ's studios are located at the Raul Alarcon Broadcast Center on Northwest 77th Avenue in Medley, while their transmitter is located atop One Biscayne Tower in Downtown Miami. The station is owned by the Spanish Broadcasting System.

Most of the songs played on the station are in Spanish, although the station plays one or two English-language hits per hour, with the focus being on music from the 1970s through 1990s.

On April 1, 2012, WCMQ-FM changed their format from Spanish classic hits to salsa, branded as "Zeta 92".[3]

On October 31, 2019, the radio decided to include select of English-language hits.

References

  1. ^ FCC History Cards for WCMQ-FM
  2. ^ "Call Letter Origins". Radio History on the Web.
  3. ^ http://radioinsight.com/blog/headlines/netgnomes/56046/zeta-returning-to-miami/#.T3h_Xu0Zy71