WRMQ-AM 1140          
Orlando

Original Call Letters: WONQ 

Originally Licensed: 1985

Original City of  License: Orlando

Original Frequency: 1140  

Origin of Call Letters:

Original Power: 1,000 Watts

Original Location:

Original Format: Spanish

Translator: 2014-W279CO-FM 103.7 Eatonville


Network Affiliation(s):


CNN


Owner(s):


1984-Q Broadcasting
2006-Florida Broadcasters


History Of Call Letters and Formats:


WONQ-1985-Spanish
WRMQ-1992-Spanish "Once Q 11Q la Primera"
WRMQ-2005-Gospel  "Glorious Praze 1140"   "Rejoice 1140"   


History of WRMQ 

WRMQ debuted Monday, December 7, 1992 as Orlando's first Spanish all-music  station. The 1140 AM frequency was vacated in October when WONQ-AM moved to 1030 on  the dial.


Names In WRMQ History
George M. Arroyo-1985-President/General Manager/Chief Engineer-Q Broadcasting/Florida Broadcasters
Esparanza T.M. Lezcano-1985-General Sales Manager-Q Broadcasting/Operations Manager-Florida Broadcasters
Paul Gamane-1985-Promotions Manager-Q Broadcasting
George Mier-1985-Program Director-Q Broadcasting
Lolita Ayala-1985-Music Director-Q Broadcasting
Manuel Arroyo-General Sales Manager-Florida Broadcasters
Gabriel Castro-Program Director-Florida Broadcasters


Steve January-Mornings-Florida Broadcasters


Marina Brett-Mid-days-Florida Broadcasters


Cedric Bailey-Afternoons/Program Director-Florida Broadcasters


Doc Christian-Evenings/Music Director-Florida Broadcasters


Dwight Cartier-Production Manager-Florida Broadcasters


Big Brother CJ-Florida Broadcasters

Programs In WRMQ History
''Radio Paz''-1996-Sundays-6AM-Noon programming included the Spanish Mass from St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church in Altamonte Springs. 


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