That’s “legal IDs” in Spanish, and by popular demand (which, here in the rarefied world of legal-ID geekery, means two of you asked), it’s a brand-new Toppy market: San Juan, Puerto Rico.
These IDs are all from my honeymoon almost a decade ago, which included an overnight stop in San Juan. (Yes, we’re still married, and yes, she still tolerates all the ID-gathering!)
San Juan’s an unusual market. A few years after this visit, Arbitron began surveying there, and because of all the island-wide networks, they rate the entire island as a single (top-20) market. With all those multiple-station networks, you’d expect the IDs to be pretty neat, and they are.
There’s a lot in this update – 40 new IDs, to be exact – and if you don’t want to listen to all of them, a few recommended highlights include the three English-language entries (WOSO 1030, WBMJ 1190 – complete with sign-off announcement, and WRSJ 1560); some of the multiple-station networks (“Cadena Estereotempo,” over WIOA 99.9, with an awesome sung triple-ID jingle, “Cadena HQ,” over WAHQ 107.7, with a very buried triple legal, and “La Mega,” over WMEG 106.9, are among the bigger ones); the rare public radio sung AM jingle on WIPR 940; the JAM “Serving the Universe” bed under WIAC-FM 102.5; and the straight-outta-1965 sound of WIAC 740.
And if you only have time for one, make it the “Super Cadena” ID from WSKN 630 (which has since traded dial positions with WUNO 1320, but that’s another story). There are 11 stations listed here: WSKN 630 San Juan, WPRP 910 Ponce, WORA 760 Mayaguez (the three key stations in the chain), plus WMIA 1070 Arecibo, WCHQ 1360 Camuy, WGDL 1200 Lares, WIBS 1540 Guyama, WENA 1330 Yauco, WNRT 96.9 Manati, WFAB 890 Ceiba and “WREY New Jersey” at the end, which would be WREY 1440 Millville NJ. I believe some of these stations are/were just occasional relayers of “Super Cadena” content, especially since WNRT and WFAB are represented elsewhere in the collection (with WFAB simulcasting one of WSKN’s competitors!)