WCMQ-FM

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WCMQ-FM
City of licenseHialeah, Florida
Broadcast areaMiami-Fort Lauderdale
BrandingZeta 92
SloganZalsa y Mas
Frequency92.3 MHz
First air dateDecember 22, 1969 (as WHMS-FM at 92.1)
FormatSalsa
Audience share6.2 (Wi'08, R&R[1])
ERP31,000 watts
HAAT188 meters
ClassC2
Facility ID61640
Transmitter coordinates25°46′29.00″N 80°11′19.00″W / 25.7747222°N 80.1886111°W / 25.7747222; -80.1886111
Callsign meaningCMQ = Callsign of popular Havana station[2]
Former callsignsWHMS-FM (1969-1974)
WQXK (1974-1975)
Former frequencies92.1 MHz (1969-1987)
OwnerSpanish Broadcasting System
(WCMQ Licensing, Inc.)
WebcastListen Live
Websitezeta92miami.com
 
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WCMQ-FM
City of licenseHialeah, Florida
Broadcast areaMiami-Fort Lauderdale
BrandingZeta 92
SloganZalsa y Mas
Frequency92.3 MHz
First air dateDecember 22, 1969 (as WHMS-FM at 92.1)
FormatSalsa
Audience share6.2 (Wi'08, R&R[1])
ERP31,000 watts
HAAT188 meters
ClassC2
Facility ID61640
Transmitter coordinates25°46′29.00″N 80°11′19.00″W / 25.7747222°N 80.1886111°W / 25.7747222; -80.1886111
Callsign meaningCMQ = Callsign of popular Havana station[2]
Former callsignsWHMS-FM (1969-1974)
WQXK (1974-1975)
Former frequencies92.1 MHz (1969-1987)
OwnerSpanish Broadcasting System
(WCMQ Licensing, Inc.)
WebcastListen Live
Websitezeta92miami.com

WCMQ-FM (92.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a salsa music format. Most of the songs played 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. Licensed to Hialeah, Florida, USA, the station serves the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale area. The station is currently owned by the Spanish Broadcasting System.

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

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