Original Call Letters: WORZ

Originally Licensed: Feb 8, 1947 

Original City of License: Orlando  

Original Frequency: 740 

Origin of Call Letters: 

Original Power: 1,000 watts 

Original Location: 

Original Format: Mexican Oldies 

Network Affiliation(s):


1947-Central Florida Broadcasting Co.

1966-Tom Cassel
1971-Susquehanna Radio
1988-Guy Gannett Broadcasting
1994-Paxson Broadcasting
1997-Clear Channel Communications 
2007-Aloha Station Trust, LLC, as Trustee
2008-Clear Channel Communications 

History Of  Call Letters and Formats:

WORZ-1947-Variety (Full Service)
WKIS-1958-Adult Contemporary
WKIS-1973-Pop/Standard MOR
WKIS-1979-News/Talk  "NewsTalk 74"
WQTM-2001-Sports Talk formerly on 540
WQTM-2007-Mexican Oldies "La Preciosa"  ("The Precious One")
WQTM-2008-Modern Spanish Pop 

History of La Preciosa
La Preciosa took to the air on the 740 frequency on December 29, 2007 after Clear Channel decided to move most of the sports programming to WFLF-AM 540. Clear Channel announced the launch of the "La Preciosa Network" in January of 2006, over more than a dozen radio stations and radio and television personality Victor Manuel Lujan joined its programming line-up. The network features morning show host Alex Lucas’ “El Genio Lucas Show”, Rosemar Vega, Pepe Reyes, Jose Valenzuela and Guille Perez. The La Preciosa format is a Spanish language format which features hits from the 70s, 80s and early 90s.

  Sunday February 15, 2009 the Spanish format was disbanded and WYGM-AM 740 "The Game" took it's place. 

La Preciosa Personalities
Alex "El Genio" Lucas-2007-2009-Clear Channel Communications 
Rosmar Vega-2007-2009-Clear Channel Communications 
Sergio Alejandro-2007-2009-Clear Channel Communications 
Efraín García-2007-2009-Clear Channel Communications 

Jenny Castillo-2008-2009-Clear Channel Communications 

Maria Isabel-2008-2009-Clear Channel Communications 

Angel-2008-2009-Clear Channel Communications 

Antonio Jose-2008-2009-Clear Channel Communications 

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