WLEO

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WLEO
WLEO-AM logo.png
CityPonce, Puerto Rico
Broadcast areaPuerto Rico
BrandingRadio Leo
SloganSomos Diferentes
Frequency1170 kHz
First air date11 December 1956
FormatSpanish Oldies
Power200 watts unlimited
ClassB
Facility ID52943
Transmitter coordinates17°58′52″N 66°36′51″W / 17.98111°N 66.61417°W / 17.98111; -66.61417Coordinates: 17°58′52″N 66°36′51″W / 17.98111°N 66.61417°W / 17.98111; -66.61417
Former callsignsWZUR (1997-2002)
AffiliationsNotiUno
OwnerUno Radio Group
(Uno Radio of Ponce, Inc.)
Sister stationsWUNO/WPRP/WCMN/WORA
WNEL
WFID/WZAR/WFDT
WPRM-FM/WIVA-FM/WRIO
WTOK-FM
WCMN-FM/WMIO
Websitehttp://www.unoradio.com/

WLEO (1170 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish Oldies format. Licensed to Ponce, Puerto Rico, it serves the Puerto Rico area. The station is currently licensed to Uno Radio of Ponce, Inc. as part of the Uno Radio Group

WLEO Radio Station at Puerto Viejo, Barrio Playa, Ponce, PR

Ownership[edit]

In July 1999, Uno Radio of Ponce Inc., Caguas, P.R. (Jesus M. Soto, chairman) reached an agreement to purchase five radio stations in Puerto Rico from Ponce Broadcasting Corp. (Janero G. Scarano Sr., Julio C. Braum, Luis F. Sala, Catalina Scarano and Sala Business Corp., shareholders) for a reported sale price of $10.75 million.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Changing Hands". Broadcasting & Cable. 1 July 1999.[dead link]

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