A Heritage D.C.-area Hispanic AM Trades Hands


For some 30 years, the 1540 kHz signal has been associated with Spanish-language programming targeting Salvadorans and other consumers of Hispanic heritage across the National Capital Region.

It has been associated with Alejandro Carrasco since 1997, and has been owned by Carrasco for two decades.

Now, Carrasco is selling the facility while retaining its simulcast partner — ensuring, for now, that “Radio América” continues serving the Washington, D.C. market.

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