RDP Antena 3

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RDP Antena 3
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Broadcast area Portugal Portugal - National FM, DAB
Frequency 92.3 – 107.9 MHz
(mainland Portugal)
First air date 26 April 1994
Format talk, contemporary music
Audience share 3.7% (4th quarter of 2011), [1])
Owner Rádio e Televisão de Portugal
Website Antena 3

Antena 3 is one of the three national radio channels produced by the Portuguese public broadcasting entity Rádio e Televisão de Portugal, the others being Antena 1 and Antena 2.

The channel specializes in contemporary and alternative music, featuring live concerts, news and chart countdown programmes.

History[edit]

Inaugurated on 26 April 1994, Antena 3 is distinguished by its promotion of new Portuguese music. The station has discovered and promoted some of the most important contemporary Portuguese bands. Its slogan is A Primeira Vez é Sempre na 3 (First time every time on 3).

Over the years, Antena 3 has been controlled by Jorge Alexandre Lopes, Luís Montez, José Mariño, and (currently) Rui Pêgo.

The Team[edit]

Some of the house names are:

Programming[edit]

On Thursdays Quinta dos Portugueses, which features exclusively Portuguese music, is the basis of a monthly mini-festival of new and not so new bands, coming from different cities each time. Antena 3 also covers a number of national and international film festivals, such as Venice, Cannes, Doc Lisboa, and Indie Lisboa.

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