WQBA 1140 AM is a radio station based in the city, Miami, Florida. The contents of the channel are Spanish News. The name of its brand is TUDN Radio Miami. It went in the air first time in 1952 as WMIE. The frequency uses for it is 1140 kHz. It provides news and talk format. It also broadcasts live coverage of NFL matches. This station is the flagship station of Miami Dolphins.
Owner and Call Sign:
Uforia Audio Network (Univision Radio Illinois, Inc.) is its owner. The channel consumes power 50,000 watts in the day time. At night it transmits 10,000 watts power to run its programming. It has the affiliation of TUDN Radio. The former call sign uses for it is WMIE (1948-1968). Susquehanna Broadcasting is the owner of these letters. But now a day, WQBA uses, which means Cuba.
History WQBA 1140 AM:
In 1976, The Miami Herald ran a news program presented by Emilio Milian. 1140 AM is the United States and Mexican clear channel. Certain Class A stations wanted to reduce the power of WQBA to prevent interference in their signals. It is due to the high usage of power and directional range during night time. On December 20, 2016, Univision declared its affiliation with Univision Deportes Radio.
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Address: 8551 NW 30th Terrace, 33122 Miami, Florida
Phone: +1 844-443-1140 & 305-447-1140
Official Website: http://www.wqba.com/