W246BT-FM  97.1                                                           
W246CK-FM 97.1  
Kissimmee/Orlando FL

Original Call Letters: W245BE  

Originally Licensed: Nov. 2004
Original City of License: Clermont
Original Frequency: 97.1
Origin of Call Letters: 
Original Power: 27 Watts
Original Location: 
Original Format: Spanish Christian

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History Of Call Letters and Formats:

W246BT-2016-Spanish Christian    "Alma 97.1"
W246BT-2017-Bilingual Top 40   "Boom 97 Uno"
W246BT-2017-Bilingual Top 40   "Oi2 97 Uno” 

History of  "Alma 97.1"

Alma 97.1 debuted in the Spring of 2016 on WRUM-100.3-HD3 on two Orlando area translators. W246BT-97.1 in Clermont and W246CK-97.1 in Kissimmee. 

Alma 97.1 Becomes Boom 97 Uno       4-19-17
A new format has come to two Central Florida translators. iHeartMedia’s Spanish Christian Alma 97.1 in Clermont and 97.1 in Kissimmee is now "Boom 97 Uno", Bilingual CHR available for syndication. 

Boom 97 Goes Bust       5-4-17
Seems Radio One already owned the trademark "Boom" radio. So  “Boom 97 Uno” will become “Oi2 97 Uno”. 

Oi2 97 Uno Personalities
Michelle Ciotti
Luis ‘El Coyote’ Ortiz
DJ Semaforo

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iHeartMedia debuted Spanish Christian “Alma 97.1” on a pair of Orlando area translators.

The new programming is being heard on 97.1  Clermont on the west side and 97.1 W246CK Kissimmee serving the south side of the market. via 100.3 WRUM-HD3. The station describes itself as playing “positive songs”. The new signals are first adjacent to Sports “96.9 The Game” W245CL Deltona/740 WYGM Orlando creating some potential interference from each.

Two Orlando-area translators at 97.1 are running Spanish Christian programming as “Alma,” for operator iHeart. West-of-the-market W246BT is licensed to Clermont and south-side W246C is licensed to Kissimmee, says Radio Insight. They’re both fed by the HD3 signal of iHeart’s top-rated Spanish tropical “Rumba 100.3” WRUM.