Radio Station Information
City of License:
Miami-Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Actualidad Media Group (Actualidad 1040am Licensee, LLC)
WURN is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1040 KHz. The station is licensed to Miami, FL and is part of the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale, FL radio market. The station broadcasts Spanish News/Talk programming. WURN is owned by Actualidad Media Group . This station broadcast a majority of its content in Spanish.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Miami-Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Listener Comments and Reviews
By: marconey on March 17, 2017
Good evening Mam/Sir,
Florida Career College is having a fundraiser to support and raise money to help the people of Puerto Rico, the event will be happening on Saturday, October 28, 2017 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm, at Florida Career College Campus on 1743 N. Congress Ave, Boynton Beach Florida 33426.
We at the school as students will appreciate it if you guys could support us by broadcasting and putting the words out for us, that people may know what is going on and coming and join us for a day of fun and helping support a great cause. For more information feel free to contact our teacher Mrs Contreras our business teacher at 954-275- 8534, any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your support, God Bless!
By: Meutz Joseph on October 19, 2017
This station's heyday was during its time as "Fox 1040" WYFX, which when on the air (format flip) in May 1986 with a blues format, with gospel and jazz weekends to serve African-American audiences. During the mid-90s deregulation of the industry, the station was purchased by James Crystal Radio and flipped to business talk with the WJNA in November 1996. It also used the call signs of WJNO and WBZT during various format flips with James Crystal. It finally settled with the WLVJ call sign and "Family Values Radio" format, a brokered and syndicated format which was simply moved from 640 AM WLVJ, which James Crystal recently purchased. When Radio Actualidad purchased the station in December 2016 from the soon to be bankrupt James Crystal Radio, RA flipped frequencies and call signs their station, WURN 1020; WURN became 1040 AM (which is the stronger signal of the two), while 1020 became WLVJ.
WLVJ 1020, the weaker signal with coverage that fell inside the wider coverage of WURN 1040, simulated Radio Actualidad programming, but went dark/off the air as of January 2017.
By: Mike on November 30, 2017
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