Puerto Rico

Univision Puerto Rico is dedicated to informing, empowering and entertaining the Puerto Rican community.

WLII-DT Caguas-San Juan, with WOLE TV-DT Aguadilla as a repeater in the Western Area and WSUR-DT Ponce, has a wide offering of novelas, series, comedies, news, reality shows and children’s programming, combining local programs with the best of the Univision Network, focused on the “infotainment” genre and high-quality standards.  Univision’s owned and operated stations include WSTE TeleIsla-Channel 7 and radio stations KQ 105-FM, WKAQ FM 104.7Mhz San Juan and WUKQ FM 98.7Mhz Mayagüez (repeater) and WKAQ 580 AM.  In addition, Univision Puerto Rico has digital properties on websites, mobile applications, including www.WKAQ580.comwww.KQ105.com, the Uforia music app and Univision Social Media Networks.

Let us show how advertising with Univision Puerto Rico can help you grow your business.  For WLII advertising, contact Univision Media Sales at mediasales@univision.net.  For WSTE and Univision Radio, contact Hector Martinez Souss at hmartinezsouss@univision.net or 787-500-5056.

 

  • Through a deep-rooted understanding of our markets, we help our clients effectively connect to our consumers.
  • We utilize cross-platform packages (TV, Radio, Digital, Social & Local Activations) to engage our community.
  • From ideation to talent acquisition, we produce top quality spots and activations.
  • We activate your brand by integrating your message on Newscasts, Entertainment and Sports shows across TV and Radio platforms.

Univision's local Puerto Rico television station

Station playing a wide range of today’s top Spanish and English hits

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Puerto Rico's Spanish Contemporary Radio Station

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