|City of license||Madrid|
|First air date||1960|
|Sister stations||Cadena 100
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COPE, an acronym for Cadena de Ondas Populares Españolas ("People's Radiowaves of Spain Network") is a private, right wing, commercial, Spanish radio network owned by a series of institutions within the Spanish Catholic Church. COPE was admitted as an active member of the European Broadcasting Union in 1998.
- Other programs
- La Linterna, (translated means The Flashlight). It is mainly a politics-related program presented by Juan Pablo Colmenarejo.
- La Atalaya, (translated means The Watchtower) presented by César Lumbreras.
- El Partido de las 12, (translated means The Twelve O' Clock Match) sports-related presented by Juan Antonio Alcalá & Joseba Larrañaga.
- Tiempo de Juego, (translated means Game Time) live sport presented by Paco González & Pepe Domingo Castaño.
- La Palestra, (translated means something like Place of Controversy) local, regional, national and international news services presented by Nacho Villa.
Its editorial guideline is the promotion of the views of the hierarchy of the Spanish Catholic Church.
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