Radio Station Information
WLID 1370 AM
City of License:
iHeartMedia (Cantico Nuevo Ministry, Inc.)
WLID is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1370 KHz. The station is licensed to Patchogue, NY. The station broadcasts Spanish Religious programming and goes by the name "Radio Cantico Nuevo" on the air. WLID is owned by iHeartMedia. This station broadcast a majority of its content in Spanish.
Nearby Radio StationsWNYG 1580 AM, WUSB 90.1 FM, K-Love 104.5, 106.1 BLI, WALK 97.5, WSHR 91.9 FM, WLIX 94.7 FM, K-Love 94.9, Family Radio 88.9, WBZO 103.1 FM
Listener Comments and Reviews
HI! Attn: Dangerous Dan -Could not find a contact email anywhere.We listen to you every day in Smithtown and love it!.We noticed that early morning 7:30A and 5:00P the signal is not as strong and we lose the station. Would like to request 2 songs. If you can dig out Chicago-"Feelin stronger every day" and "Teardrops" Lee andrews&Hearts, we could appreciate hearing them. Thank you. Annie
By: anie moran on March 11, 2014
Hi love the station love the music I DJ at WUSB in Stony Brook I have a show every other wed 4am-7am just wondering if there's any over night slots available on your great station.
By: Joe JoJo Graffeo on April 13, 2014
What happened to the constant , greatest oldies. Played on ur station ! ? !?!? What is this linkage with WHLI !?!? C'MON you had a GREAT format with the mostly 60's format REAL OLDIES . . . We played it costantly .. . Wha is going on or has happenned ..m.
By: tomas ess on September 13, 2014
Wife and I loved the (real) oldies you were playing up till about a week ago. Not a fan of WHLI, so we'll be leaving. Sad to see you go :(
By: bob es on September 13, 2014
I am the co-author of, A PLACE CALLED BROOKLYN’. It is about growing up in the late 1940s and early 1950s. It is a bit of novel, a bit of history and a narrative that takes you by the hand by the main character. We think it is a wonderful community record for Brooklyn residents both current and former. My partner co-author Frank Cornacchiulo and I would love to discuss the book with your listeners.
Joe Del Broccolo
631 334 3388
By: Anonymous on July 31, 2019
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