Radio Mitre

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LR6 Radio Mitre 790 AM
Logo Mitre SA.JPG
CityBuenos Aires
Broadcast areaBuenos Aires
BrandingRadio Mitre
SloganMás periodismo con más periodistas
("More journalism with more journalists")
Frequency790 kHz
First air dateAugust 16, 1925 (as LOZ Broadcasting La Nación)
FormatTalk radio
Sports radio
ERP100 kW
Callsign meaningUnknown
OwnerGrupo Clarín
Sister stationsLa 100
Mía FM
FM del Lago
Radio X
WebsiteRadio Mitre

LR6 Radio Mitre is a radio station in the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is owned and operated by Grupo Clarín.

It was created on August 16, 1925 under the name of The Nation Broadcasting LOZ. During the government of Juan Domingo Perón, it was nationalized and eventually re-privatized in October 1983.

In 1985, it moved to its current facility in 2668 Mansilla, Recoleta. It is acquired by Grupo Clarín in 1992.

Transmits on 790 kHz AM. There is a representative of the radio in the city of Cordoba called Mitre 810.

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