WLEY 107.9 is an American Spanish radio station that is licensed to Aurora, Illinois. The satellite signals of the broadcaster are audible in the regions of Chicago and Rockford, Illinois. The station operates from its studios located in the Crain Communications Building in the Loop. The daily activities of the channel are monitored by its owner “Spanish Broadcasting System.” The transmitter of the broadcaster airs from Glendale Heights by utilizing 21,000 watts of effective radiated power.
The licensed frequency of the broadcaster for the public of Chicago and Rockford is 107.9 MHz on the FM dial.
The public of Chicago can also listen to the channel from its translator on 95.1 MHz.
Another translator station airs on 95.1 MHz for Bolingbrook
The people of Bolingbrook can tune its satellite signals on 96.7 MHz.
The public of Cicero and Chicago can tune to 107.9 MHz which is broadcasted by its repeaters known by WLEY-FM2, WLEY-FM3, and WLEY-FM4.
WLEY 107.9 aired its first broadcast in 1965 by the name WMRO-FM. Its callsign changed to WAUR-FM in 1969. After several years, the callsign again changed to WYSY-FM in 1988. After using this moniker, the station finally switched to its current callsign in July of 1997.