WSDO-AM 1400 

Original Call Letters: WTRR

Originally Licensed: May 20, 1947 

Original City of License: Sanford  

Original Frequency: 1400 

Origin of Call Letters: 

Original Power: 1,000 watts

Original Location: 1650 Celery Ave.

Original Format: Spanish

Network Affiliation(s):

Westwood One


1947-Southern Broadcasting System 

1947-Radio Station WTRR  ($50,000)

1977-Seminole Radio Corp

1984-Emmett Broadcasting Co.

1986-Seminole-Orange Broadcasting ($325,000)

1987-Metro Orlando Broadcasters ($335,000)

1988-John Torrado

1989-River Country Broadcasting

1992-Metro-Orlando Broadcasters Inc.

1992-J&V Communications ($300,00)

History Of Call Letters and Formats:

WTRR-1947-Block Programming
WTRR-1971-Top 40  "The Rock On The River" 
WTRR-1974-Adult Rock
WTRR-1978-MOR   "TR14"  
WTRR-1979-Modern Country   "1400 Radio"
WWJZ-1983-Block Programming    "Carousel Radio"
WUEZ-1984-Big Bands/Standards  " WUEZ - Easy 14"
WUEZ-1986- Adult Contemporary  "Z-14"
WKUS-1987-Adult Contemporary/MOR/Country
WNSI-1988-Adult Contemporary "News, Sports & Information"
WTRR-1991-Adult Standards  ABC "Stardust" format
WTRR-1994-Talk  "Power Talk"
WTRR-1998-Spanish  "Su Nuevo Amor"
WSDO-2015-Religious/Talk/Adult Standards-Simulcast of WSBB-AM 1230 4PM-6AM M-F 

History of WSDO

WSDO began as WTRR-AM 1400

WSDO Sanford Picking Up Simulcast     7-28-15
WSBB-AM 1230 is being simulcast over WTJV-AM 1490 in Deland and now is being simulcast on WSDO-AM 1400 in Sanford, from 4PM to 6AM weekdays. This may not be a permanent arrangement, but for now Sanford and Deltona can enjoy the Adult Standards heard on WSBB.

Names In WSDO History
John Torrado-1992-CEO/President/General Manager/Marketing Director/Promotions Director/Program Director-J & V Communications Co.

Frank Vaught
-1992-Operations Manager-J & V Communications Co. In Memory
Julio Mario Morales-1992-Advertising Manager/Program Director-J & V Communications Co.
Homan Machuca-1992-News Director-J & V Communications Co.
Lou Mueller-1992-Chief Engineer-J & V Communications Co.

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