WSDS AM 1480 Salem Twp/Ypsilanti
Slogan/Positioner: La Explosiva
Format: Ethnic; Spanish
Web site: explosiva1480.com
E-Mail: visit web site
Daytime Power / # of Towers: 750 watts / 4, directional
Nighttime Power / # of Towers: 3,800 watts / 4, directional
FCC technical information:
More about station:
- Radio Locator daytime coverage area
- Radio Locator nighttime coverage area
- FCCInfo.com listing
- Recnet Broadcast Query
- WSDS on Facebook
- WSDS from TuneIn
- WSDS from Wikipedia
- Tower photos, thanks Tom Bosscher
Call Sign History:
Call Sign Origin: We Serve Detroit's Suburbs
On Air Date: 1963
Owner: Birach Broadcasting
Telephone: (734) 484-1480
- 6/1/2005: Format change from Classic Country to all-Spanish as Birach takes control of station.
- 1/25/2005: FCC approves sale from Koch Broadcasting to Birach Broadcasting.
- 10/2004: Announced that station has been sold by Koch Broadcasting to Birach Broadcasting for $1.5 million, pending FCC approval.
- 5/2003: Classic Country format returns.
- 9/2002: Monday-Friday Classic Country 'Suds Country' programming is dropped in favor of syndicated talk from Michigan Talk Radio Network. Classic Country is now heard as web feed only.
- by 1966: Format change to country.
- 1963: On-air as WYSI with top-40 format.
Center of antenna array/transmitter location:
Washtenaw County; near Clark and LeForge Rds (Ypsilanti)
Old logo gallery: