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The radio stations operated by Spanish Broadcasting System and their programming formats are:

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Current

Los Angeles

  • KLAX-FM 97.9 LaRaza HD1 (Regional Mexican)/Raza Clásicos 97.9 HD2 (Regional Mexican Oldies)
  • KXOL-FM Latino 96.3 HD1 (Urban)/El Zol 96.3 HD2 (Spanish Tropical)

New York

  • WSKQ-FM La Mega 97.9 HD1 (Spanish Tropical)/Mega Clásicos 97.9 HD2 (Spanish Tropical Oldies)
  • WPAT-FM 93.1 Amor HD1 (Spanish Adult Contemporary)/Clásica 93.1 HD2 (Spanish Oldies)

Puerto Rico

  • WMEG (CHR - Latin/American Top 40)
  • WEGM (CHR - Latin/American Top 40)
  • WRXD-FM (News and Talk)
  • WIOA (Spanish Adult Contemporary)
  • WIOB (Spanish Adult Contemporary)
  • WIOC (Spanish Adult Contemporary)
  • WZNT (Spanish Tropical)
  • WZMT (Spanish Tropical)
  • WZET (Spanish Tropical)
  • WODA (Urban)
  • WNOD (Urban)

Chicago

Miami

  • WXDJ-FM (Spanish Tropical)
  • WCMQ-FM (Spanish Oldies)
  • WRMA (Spanish Adult Contemporary)

San Francisco

  • KRZZ (Regional Mexican)

Defunct

Los Angeles

  • KMJR (93.5 FM)
  • KNJR (93.5 FM)
  • KZAB (93.5 FM)
  • KZBA (93.5 FM)
  • KSKQ-FM (97.9 FM)
  • KSKQ (1540 AM)
  • KXED (1540 AM)
  • KXMG (1540 AM)

KZAB/KZBA, La Sabrosa 93.5 FM was a Los Angeles radio station owned by Spanish Broadcasting System that started in March, 2003. KZAB was licensed to Redondo Beach, California and KZBA in Ontario, California. The station, which played "románticas," or Spanish-language love songs, was sold to Magic Broadcasting in 2004 and the stations became, respectively, KDAY and KDAI.

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