was first formed in the late-1950s
when it was first called WRIK-TV in Ponce
. The station retransmitted Telemundo's WKAQ-TV programming. In 1970
it was bought by the United Artists
and moved to San Juan
,renamed Rikavision, now producing its own programming without much success. In 1979
, it was acquired by Puerto Rican
producer Tommy Muņiz and became WLUZ-TV Teleluz. Muņiz was also owner of Radio Luz WLUZ-AM.
Financial troubles forced Muņiz to sell the station to Malrite Communications Group in 1958 where it became WSTE-TV and in 1991 was sold to Jerry Hartman, a Florida entrepreneur. SUPER SIETE is now called EL NUEVO SUPER SIETE and/or TELEISLA, owned by Raycom Media and operated by Univision Television Group.