WLQY is a radio station broadcasting a World Ethnic format. Licensed to Hollywood, United States, the station serves the Miami area in the daytime and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood at night; the station operates with five kilowatts into a two tower daytime directional pattern and a four tower nighttime directional pattern The station is owned by Entravision Holdings, LLC. "The Million Dollar Sound of WGMA" began in the mid-1960s as an adult "Middle Of the Road" one-kilowatt omnidirectional daytime-only station. WGMA "The Country Giant" followed, with improved coverage from two four-tower directional patterns and night, with five kilowatts. See History of WGMA The Country Giant, 1967-79 WGMA was located at the Hollywood Federal building on Washington Street and 441, their transmitter was at 9881 Sheridan Street, before Sheridan Street existed. Singles-only station WADY "The Lady", went on the air on March 1, 1980. On July 1, 1980, the station changed its call sign to the current WLQY. WLQY, first known as "Lucky 13", was a "Music Of Your Life" station.

Gary Lawrence of was the official bandleader of WLQY. WLQY Official website Query the FCC's AM station database for WLQY Radio-Locator Information on WLQY Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for WLQYHistory of WGMA The Country Giant, 1967-79 from South Florida Radio History web site Gary Lawrence/GLP Music WLQY Bandleader FCC History Cards for WLQY

Eva Sletto

Eva Sletto was a Norwegian actress. She worked at Det Norske Teatret from 1936 to 1983, she is best known for her role as "Milja" in the film Ungen by Oskar Braaten in 1938, played "Ismene" in Sofokles' Antigone, "Titania" in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream and "Olga" in Chekhov's Three Sisters. Sletto played in several movies in the early age of Norwegian cinema, she retired from the stage in 1983, lived in Oslo until her death at the age of 93. Dei svarte hestane as Lisle Førnes Vigdis as Vigdis Bjørkli Trysil-Knut Gullfjellet as Randi Godvakker-Maren as Maren Hu Dagmar as Ingeborg Ungen as Milja Norge for folket Eva Sletto on IMDb