92.7 New York

FCC Applications 1/19: Moving Across The Street In New York & Jacksonville

Station Moves Univision’s Manhattan booster for Regional Mexican “92.7 Nueva York” WQBU Garden City is looking to cross the street, literally. WQBU-1 is applying to move from 450 W. 33rd Street to 460 W. 34th St with an increase from 80 watts to 99 watts at 76 meters continuing to utilize a directional array (Coverage Map). Educational Media Foundation’s 90.9 WKTZ-FM Jacksonville, FL also seeks to move across the street. WKTZ-FM will shift from its current tower where it operates with 50kW at 141 meters to 41kW at 166 meters (Coverage Map). Auburn University’s 91.1 WEGL Auburn, AL applies to increase from a Class A with 3kW at 65 meters to a C3 with 15kW at 94.2 meters (Coverage Map). Wagonwheel Communications Country 92.1 KFRZ Green River, WY applies to downg...[Read More]

WQBU New York Returns To Regional Mexican

Update 10/22: WQBU made its flip to Regional Mexican “92.7 Nueva York” at 12am this morning. Among the programs the station will carry are “El Show de Raul Brindis” from 6-8am based at KLTN Houston and the KSCA Los Angeles based “http://buenomalafeo.univision.com/” from 8am to 1pm daily. Original Report 10/19: Just months after shifting to the “Univision America” Spanish News/Talk network, 92.7 WQBU Garden City/New York is returning to a music format. WQBU will shortly flip to Regional Mexican “92.7 Nueva York“; matching the new branding system used by the company’s Regional Mexican stations across the country. WQBU previously featured a similar format as “Que Buena 92.7” from 2007 until November 2012. The statio...[Read More]

WQBU New York Flips To Univision America

Univision has flipped Spanish Tropical Oldies “Mami 92.7” WQBU Garden City/New York to Spanish News/Talk as part of its Univision America network. WQBU becomes the tenth station in Univision’s portfolio to switch to the national programming after the nine stations that launched the network last year. Some of the network programming had been heard on sister 1280 WADO, but this move gives the full lineup clearance in New York. WQBU debuted its now former “Mami” format in November 2012. In the February 2014 Nielsen Audio PPM ratings the station generated a 0.6 share in the New York market and 0.5 on Long Island.

WQBU New York Meets Its Mami

Univision Regional Mexican “Que Buena 92.7” WQBU-FM Garden City/New York has flipped to Spanish Tropical “Mami 92.7“. The new format billed as “Los Palos Mas Grandes de Todos los Tiempos” is a mix of Spanish bachata, salsa, and merengue targeting the older demos of SBS’ “Mega 97.9” WSKQ. WQBU is a 2kw rimshot into New York broadcasting from near the Queens/Nassau County line and putting most of its coverage over those counties and The Bronx. The station also has two boosters to improve its coverage over portions of Brooklyn and Manhattan. The previous Regional Mexican format will remain as a webcaster at LaQueBuenaNY.com.