ZNS-1

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
ZNS-1
City of license Nassau, Bahamas
Broadcast area The Bahamas
Branding Radio Bahamas
Frequency 1540 kHz C-QUAM AM Stereo
Repeaters ZNS-3-FM 104.5 MHz FM
Format News/Talk
Power 50,000 watts
Class I-B (NARBA clear-channel station)
Facility ID 105377
Callsign meaning Zephyr Nassau Sunshine
Owner The Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas
Sister stations ZNS-2 AM/ZNS-2 FM; ZNS-3 AM; ZNS-TV
Website znsbahamas.com

ZNS-1 (branded as Radio Bahamas) is the oldest broadcast station in the Bahamas. It has a News/Talk format, and broadcasts on AM frequency 1540 kHz and FM frequency 104.5 MHz. It is under ownership of the Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas. The AM station has a clear-channel allocation under NARBA and its nighttime signal can be heard throughout the Bahamas, most of Cuba, and southeastern Florida.

External links[edit]