WJCC in Miami Springs, Florida is one of the most regular of all North American AM stations at my place. WJCC can be heard whenever the band is open to North America on their frequency of 1700 kHz.
I have been struggling to get a verification from the station, but a few days ago George Butch, Chief Engineer of Multicultural Radio Broadcasting, sent me a nice e-mail confirming my reception of the station. He tells me the station broadcasts with 10,000 watts of power during daylight hours, and 1,000 watts at night. The transmitter is in Hialeah and transmits from a tower shared with station WNMA, 1210 KHz.
For a night time power of just 1,000 watts, WJCC does remarkably well!