SBS swaps frequencies in Miami


SBS / Spanish Broadcasting SystemSpanish Broadcasting System’s WXDJ-FM El Zol 95.7FM, a format featuring tropical Spanish-language hits, has moved to a new signal 106.7FM (previously Tropical as WRMA-FM) in the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale market. The calls for WXDJ will eventually move to 106.7FM to follow the El Zol format. The new El Zol 106.7FM is South Florida’s leader in musical variety, the station now carries a stronger signal of 100,000 watts of power reaching from the Florida Keys to the north of West Palm Beach. It also avoids interference that 95.7 had with WLDI-FM 95.5 in Ft. Pierce, FL to the north.

The new “Zol 106.7 FM” features Bachata, Salsa, Baladas, Merengue and Latin rhythms. In the place of “Zol 95.7 fm”, “SBS” Radio in Miami continue with a simulcast for both frequencies during December so that all listeners know the new frequency. We’re checking to see what will eventually become of the 95.7 frequency.

“We are pleased and proud to expand our presence on the radio in Miami to Fort Lauderdale, with our leading format radio stations, with a stronger to reach more audience signal,” said Jesus Salas, EVP of programming and coordinator of the cross-platform of SBS.

“We are very excited to present “the ZOL 106.7FM” in all South Florida”, said Alberto Rodríguez, director of operations (COO) of SBS. “With this new and refreshing the company’s strategy with the format that meets all the needs of the wide variety of Hispanics in all of South Florida”.

The new 106.7 Zol keeps talent such as The Vacilon de cat, with Betzy Vázquez, Edwin “El Huracán” Bautista, Sandy with you and DJ Sherif will remain in morning drive.

Luis Perozo and Alex Sensation will be live from New York from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Jammin’ Johnny Caride and Jessi Le Belle air from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Mario Alejandro in your Radio will be 7p.m.-12 am.