WNUE-FM 98.1 

Original Call Letters: WRMF

Originally Licensed: Sep 1968

Original City of License: Titusville

Original Frequency: 98.3

Origin of Call Letters: Spanish for New=NUEva

Original Power: 100,000 Watts

Original Location: 

Original Format: Spanish Top 40


1968-WRMF, Inc.
1990-Sage Broadcasting
1991-SBC Technologies Inc.
1992-Southern Starr Limited Partnership  ($3.5 million) 
1993-Robert F.X. Sillerman
1996-SFX Broadcasting, Inc.
1997-Southern Star Limited Partnership
1998-Capstar Broadcasting Company
1998-Clear Channel
2000-Mega Communications
2007-Entravision Communications Corporation  ($23.75 million) 

History Of Call Letters and Formats:

WRMF-1968-Soft Adult Contemporary
WRMF-1979-Beautiful Music
WSCF-1986-Adult Pop
WGNE-1989-Country  "Great 98" (moved to 98.3)
WNUE-2000-Spanish Top 40  "La Nueva Mega"
WNUE-2010-Spanish Adult Hits  "Jose FM"
WNUE-2012-Caribbean Salsa  

In The News

Mega de Nueva del la silenciada
WNUE-FM 98.1 lost its signal Monday afternoon due to a thief cutting off valuable copper tubing from their tower in Oak Hill. As soon as Volusia County Sheriff's Deputies got the call they responded to the scene and with the help of an Oak Hill Police Department officer stopped a man driving away from the tower. He didn't have the copper in his truck, but tools, gloves and a paint smear on his arm eventually did him in. Brian Benson admitted to taking the tubing and told deputies where the stolen metal could be found. Benson was arrested and booked into the Volusia County Branch Jail in Daytona Beach. Thieves had targeted that site twice before this year, once in January and once in March.


Entravision Spanish CHR “Mega 98.1” WNUE-FM 98.1 has let go of its on-air staff and has begun stunting with a loop of Jose Feliciano’s “Feliz Navidad”. The station is advising listeners to tune in on Wednesday at 3:00pm. WNUE has fallen far behind Clear Channel’s “Rumba 100.3” WRUM-FM 100.3 in the battle between Orlando’s two Spanish language stations. 98.1 has the additional deficit of being a rim-shot licensed to Titusville, FL with its tower right along the Atlantic coast. Entravision also operates Univision affiliate WVEN-TV and Telefutura affiliate WOTF-DT Channel 43 in the Orlando/Daytona Beach market.

12-2-10  Spanish Version of Jack-FM Comes To Central Florida: Hola "Jose!"    
'Jose: Toca lo que Quiere' (he plays what he wants) targets Hispanic adults 25-54 featuring a mix of Spanish-language adult contemporary hits from the late 1970's to today. Owner Entravision Communications has programmed stations on the west coast with the "Jose" format for about 6 years.

In 2011 WNUE's city of license was changed to Deltona

Adios Jose, Hola Salsa     5-18-12
WNUE-FM 98.1 has in fact become "Salsa 98.1". Entravision Radio President Jeff Liberman said in a statement; "We understood the need for an all-tropical format and, with Orlando being one of the fastest growing Hispanic markets in the U.S., we are committed to providing listeners with this highly in-demand tropical music on Salsa 98.1 FM."

WNUE Personalities

Al Sanchez-2000-202-Assistant Program Director/On Air Personality/Morning Show Producer
-Mega Communications

Epi Colon-6AM-10AM/Morning show producer 
Epi leaves WNUE in Feb 2008


Eduerdo Robles-2012-Mon-Fri-6am-10am/Sat-10am-3pm-Entravision Communications Corporation

Franchy-2012-Mon-Sat-3pm-7pm-Entravision Communications Corporation

James-2012-Mon-Fri-7pm-Midnight/Sun-10am-3pm-Entravision Communications Corporation

Joel-2012-Sat/Sun-7pm-Midnight-Entravision Communications Corporation

Junior Nieves-2012-Mon-Fri-10am-3pm/Sun-3pm-7pm-Entravision Communications Corporation

Arnaldo Olivieri "JR al Aire"-2015-Morings-
Entravision Communications Corporation

Mariela Chopite-2015-Morings-
Entravision Communications Corporation

Diana Raquel

Jessica Reyes

Super Martinez

DJ Leony


Jessica King

Eric Rodriguez

Albert King


William Bolivar

Betzy Vazquez-10AM-3PM

Naughty Boy

DJ Ñeco


DJ Wichie

Jaeson ‘JJ’ Cardona-Entravision Communications Corp. 

James "The Bandit"

Other Names In WNUE History

Ricardo Villalona-2002-General Manager-Mega Communications

Paco Lopez
-2008-2011-Spanish Language Media Specialist-Entravision Communications Corporation  

Antonio Guernica-Vice President/Orlando Market General Manager-Entravision Communications Corp. 

Humberto Hormaza
-2014-VicePresident/Marketing Solutions/2016-Senior Vice President/Marketing Solutions/General Manager-Entravision Communications Corporation

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