RCN Radio

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RCN Radio
RCN la Radio
Broadcast area Bogotá
Branding HJJX, HJVC
Slogan RCN La Radio
Frequency 770 kHz 93.9 MHz
First air date 1932 (as Colombia Broadcasting)[1]
1935 (as Emisora Nueva Granada)[1]
Format News / talk
Former callsigns HJKL
Former frequencies 610 kHz
Affiliations RCN TV
Owner RCN Radio
Website http://rcnradio.com/

RCN Radio (Radio Cadena Nacional, "National Radio Network") is one of the main radio networks in Colombia. Founded in 1949 with the integration of Radio Pacífico (Cali), La Voz de Medellín' and Emisora Nueva Granada (Bogotá).[1][2]

Carlos Ardila Lülle is its main shareholder since 1973.

Networks and radioformulas[edit]

  • RCN La Radio (formerly Cadena Básica RCN): the main network, broadcasting news, variety, and sports.
  • La FM: mix of news and music in FM. Founded in 1996.
  • Antena 2: sports. Founded in the early 1980s
  • La Mega: youth programming, Top 40. Founded in the early 1990s
  • Amor Estéreo (formerly La cadena del amor): balada en español.
  • Radio Uno: at first, an AM station specialized in vallenato. In 2005, it moved to FM with a mix of tropical music, with rancheras, and baladas en español.
  • Rumba Estéreo: tropical music (salsa, merengue, vallenato), in the 2000s switched to reggaeton.
  • Bolero Estéreo: specialized in boleros, online-only since the 2000s.

RCN La Radio frequencies[edit]

City Department AM Frequency FM Frequency
Bogotá Cundinamarca 770 93.9
Medellín Antioquia 990
Cali Valle del Cauca 980
Barranquilla Atlántico 760
Bucaramanga Santander 800
Pereira Risaralda 1020
Cartagena Bolívar 1000
Santa Marta Magdalena 640
Cúcuta Norte de Santander 940
Manizales Caldas 1060
Armenia Quindio 1240
Pasto Nariño 1340
Popayan Cauca 1370
Ibague Tolima 1180
Tunja Boyacá 1380
Villavicencio Meta 1110
San Andrés San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina 910
Valledupar Cesar 1260
Monteria Córdoba 1120
Florencia (Radio Uno Florencia) Caquetá 1440
Sincelejo Sucre 1340
Yopal (La Voz de Yopal) Casanare 750
Arauca (La Voz del Río Arauca) Arauca 1110
Riohacha (Rumba St. Riohacha) La Guajira 93.7
San Juan Del Cesar (La Voz de la Provincia de Padilla) La Guajira 1530
Quibdo (La Voz del Chocó) Chocó 1150
Mocoa (Putumayo Stereo) Putumayo 106.3
San José del Guaviare (La Voz del Guaviare) Guaviare 1180
Girardot Cundinamarca 1290
Barbosa Santander 1140
San Gil Santander 1220
Sogamoso Boyacá 1200
La Dorada (Radio Uno La Dorada) Caldas 1080
Ipiales (Radio Las Lajas) Nariño 1160
Puerto Asis (Putumayo Stereo) Putumayo 101.6
Rionegro Antioquia 1370
Apartado Antioquia 1310
Tulua Valle del Cauca 1170
Neiva (La Radio) Huila 1150
Neiva (La F.M.) Huila 1100
Neiva (La Cariñosa) Huila 1340
Neiva (La Mega Stereo) Huila 90.3
La Plata (Global Stereo) Huila 96.8
Garzón (La Reina) Huila 93.6
Garzón (La Cariñosa) Huila 1490
Garzón (Sabambú Fm) Huila 88.8
Timaná (La Fiera) Huila 92.3
Tumaco (Rumba St. Tumaco) Nariño 91.1
Granada (La voz de la Conquista) Meta 103.3
Barrancabermeja (La Cariñosa) Santander 1320
Buga (Voces del Occidente) Valle del Cauca 860
Cartago (Radio Robledo) Valle del Cauca 1580
Aguachica (La Voz de Aguachica) Cesar 1330
Pamplona (Radio Cariongo) Norte de Santander 1440
Sipí (Brisas del San Juan) Chocó 106.3
Pacho (Radio Dulce) Cundinamarca 106.3

It also operates affiliate stations in Tame (Tame FM Stereo), Ocana, Mariquita (Ondas del Gualí), Puerto Lopez (Marandúa Stereo).

You can listen to RCN Radio in New York in 98.7 and 89.9 FM in RCN Radio International. Also in the Real World Audio RCN RCN Mundo

RCN Radio broadcasts in New York at 98.7 FM and RCN Radio Internacional broadcasts at 89.9 FM.

Partner radio stations[edit]

International partner agencies[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Reseña histórica - radio". ASOMEDIOS. Retrieved 23 April 2011. 
  2. ^ Gil Bolívar, Fabio Alberto (1992). "Influencia política y poder económico en los medios de comunicación: las cadenas radiofónicas colombianas" (PDF). Revista CIDOB D'Afers Internacionals (in Spanish). Barcelona (23-24): 225–254. ISSN 1133-6595. Retrieved 2011-04-23. 

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