WRMA
WRMA Ritmo95.7 logo.png
North Miami Beach, Florida
Broadcast areaMiami area
Frequency95.7 MHz
BrandingRitmo 95.7
Programming
FormatCubatón
Ownership
OwnerSpanish Broadcasting System
(WXDJ Licensing, Inc.)
WXDJ/WMFM, WCMQ-FM, WRAZ-FM WSBS-TV
History
First air date
1986 (as WRFM)
Former call signs
WRFM (1986-1987)
WXDJ (1987-2014)
Call sign meaning
Ritmo MiAmi
Technical information
Facility ID48368
ClassC2
ERP40,000 watts
HAAT167 meters
Transmitter coordinates
25°43′56″N 80°14′4″W / 25.73222°N 80.23444°W / 25.73222; -80.23444
Links
Websiteritmo95.lamusica.com

WRMA (95.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Cubatón format. Licensed to North Miami Beach, Florida, United States, the station serves the Miami metropolitan area. The station is owned by Spanish Broadcasting System subsidiary WXDJ Licensing, Inc.[1]

History

The station was assigned the call letters WRFM on July 8, 1986. On May 12, 1987, the station changed its call sign to WXDJ, and on January 7, 2014, to the current WRMA.[2] The station's original format was new age jazz and it was called both The Wave and The Breeze. On August 15, 2016, WRMA changed formats to Cuban reggaetón or Cubatón, rebranded as "Ritmo 95.7".[3]

References

  1. ^ "WRMA Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "WRMA Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  3. ^ SBS Makes 95.7 Miami the First Cuban Station Radioinsight - August 15, 2016