|City of license||Okeechobee, Florida|
|Broadcast area||the Americas & the Caribbean|
|Branding||Radio Miami International|
|Slogan||Radio Miami International|
|Frequency||9.955 MHz (31 m band)|
|Repeaters||15.65 MHz (19 m band German relay)|
|First air date||June 14, 1994|
|Callsign meaning||Radio Miami International|
|Owner||Radio Miami International, Inc.|
WRMI (Radio Miami International) is a shortwave radio station broadcasting from Miami, Florida, United States. WRMI is a commercial radio station that sells airtime to businesses and organizations. According to its station record from the Federal Communications Commission, WRMI's broadcast target zones are the Caribbean, Central and South America. In particular, much of its programming is targeted towards Cuba.
The station began broadcasting on June 14, 1994 with a 50,000-watt transmitter and 2 antennae located near Miami, Florida. In December 2013, they purchased the WYFR transmmission complex from Family Radio in Okeechobee, Florida. This new facility includes a dozen 100,000-watt transmitters plus a 50,000-watt transmitter and several antennae to cover all parts of the world.
- WRMI official Web site
- WRMI transmission schedules
- 10th Anniversary of WRMI article in Wavescan 494, June 20, 2004
- Station record from the Federal Communications Commission (not up-to-date)
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