Radio Station Information
City of License:
North Palm Beach, FL
Intermart Broadcasting (Vic Canales Media Group, LLC)
WSVU is an AM radio station broadcasting at 960 KHz. The station is licensed to North Palm Beach, FL. The station airs adult standards programming. WSVU is owned by Intermart Broadcasting.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
The station was once known as Seaview 960 and ran an nostalgia/classic standards format with a brokered talk show weekends with medical and legal professionals. WSVU translates on 95.9 in West Palm Beach and 106.9 in Jupiter, Florida. The station is now owned by Vic Latino, who is know for his high energy, Top 40 dance music "Party" formats. Latino was one of the founders of JVC Broadcasting. He left the company and got the station and its two translators as part of his departure deal. Right now 960 AM runs Scott Shannon's True Oldies Channel, but will most likely change formats soon.
By: Mike on November 30, 2017
It current runs a mix of TOC (to fill unsold airtime) and is running the brokered talk mix of legal, business, medical, and entertainment infomercial programming previous heard on WSWN 900 AM. 900 AM, once the sister station to 960 is still owned by JVC Broadcasting. 960 AM is now owned by the Vic Canales Media Group. The current mix of oldies with brokered talk is the same programming that was offered by 960 in its previous incarnation as "Seaview 960."
By: Mike on December 6, 2017
UPCOMING WEEKEND EVENTS - The TREASURE COAST MODEL RAILROAD will have open house for the public to see model trains operating through miniature towns, rail yards and countryside. There is no admission charge. (Donations are appreciated)
DATES: Saturday December 22, Friday December 28 and Saturday December 29 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm each day.
LOCATION: 273 SW Becker Road, Port Saint Lucie, FL. One mile west of Florida's Turnpike on Becker Road. Near the intersection of Becker and Darwin.
Bring the family. For more information visit www.tcmrr.org
By: Robert Schrumpf on November 30, 2018
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