Original Call Letters: WEUS

Originally Licensed: Oct. 2002 

Original City of License: Orlovista

Original Frequency: 810

Origin of Call Letters: Company Name: Rivalz Sports Orlando        

Original Power: 10,000 watts daytime/400 watts night time   


W250CE-FM 97.9 Kissimmee,  W231CTFM 94.1-Orlando

Original Location: 999 Douglas Ave, Altamonte Springs 

Original Format: Sports Talk

Network Affiliation(s):

Yahoo Sports

CBS Sports Radio


2002-Star Development Group Inc.
2008-Communicom Corporation of America (LMA w/purchase option)
2009-Star Over Orlando, Inc.
2012-Rivalz Sports Group, Inc (LMA w/purchase option)
2013-Star Over Orlando, Inc.
2016-Cafifa Media Group  (LMA)
2018-Star Over Orlando, Inc. 

History Of  Call Letters and Formats:

WEUS-2006-Oldies "Big 810 AM"  
WEUS-2008-Religion  "Orlando's Christian Radio"
WEUS-2010-Talk/1960's Oldies/Religion "The Big 810"   "Orlando's Real Talker" 
WEUS-2011-Talk "Real Talk Radio"
WRSO-2012-Sports Talk "Orlando's New Sports Radio Destination"
WRSO-2013-Sports Talk  "810 CBS Sports Orlando"
WRSO-2016-Brazilian  "Brasil Radio"
WRSO-2018-Spanish News Talk   "WRSO Orlando flipped to the “Acción” brand in September 2018. "
WRSO-2024-Sports   "Fox Sports Orlando"

WRSO Becomes Accion 97.9      9-3-18
iHeart radio has taken over programming on WRSO-AM 810. The station broadcasts a Spanish News-Talk format on 810 AM, 97.9FM and 100.3 HD3.  

Names In WRSO Accion 97.9 History

Héctor Marcano-2018-Vice President/General Manager/Morning Anchor/co-host with
Sandra Carrasquillo-iHeart Radio

Sandra Carrasquillo-2018-Morning co-host with Héctor Marcano-iHeart Radio

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