) is a radio station licensed
to serve Bayamon, Puerto Rico
. The station is owned by International Broadcasting Corp. It airs a Spanish Contemporary
The station was assigned the WRSJ call letters by the Federal Communications Commission.
In December 1994, aviation executive Anthony Tirri announced plans to purchase WRSJ, then known as "Radio San Juan," for a reported sale price of $850,000. Tirri also announced that under his ownership the station would switch to English-language
programming. At the time, WOSO
was the only existing English-language station in the market.
In July 2003, International Broadcasting Corp. (Pedro R. Collazo, president) reached an agreement to buy two radio stations, WRSJ and WKVN, from Concillio Mision Cristiano Fuente de Agua Viva Inc. (Rodolfo Font, president) for a reported sale price of $1.45 million.
On March 15 2007
, the FCC granted the station a construction permit
to upgrade its broadcast power to 10,000 watts
during daytime and 5,000 watts at night. The transmitter site would also be re-located southwest to 18°21'00" N, 66°09'25"W. This permit expires on March 15 2010