Radio Santa Fe
|First air date||1 April 1938|
|Format||News / talk / music|
Bernal purchased a communications system from a crashed airplane, repaired it and with his wife bought a house in Centenario, a neighbourhood in southern Bogotá, where the first broadcasts of Radio Santa Fe started. Radio Santa Fe was one of the first commercial radio stations in Colombia. After Bernal's sudden death in 1962, at age 42, Ms Mahé and their four children have been in charge of the station.
In 2013, Radio Santa Fe signed an agreement with Caracol Radio in order to become part of the short-lived Q'Hubo Radio network (Q'Hubo is a tabloid newspaper with quasi-nationalwide distribution). It switched back to «La 1070 AM de Radio Santa Fe» in late 2016, still operated by Caracol Radio.
- Quiénes somos, Radio Santa Fe
- Feliz cumpleaños a los medios Archived 2012-06-01 at the Wayback Machine, Revista Cambio, 18 March 2008
- Este martes nace en Bogotá Q'hubo Radio, 'la radio que sirve', Colprensa vía El Universal, 7 October 2013
- Novedades de ESPN..// En Bogotá, terminó la marca Q´hubo Radio, Capsulas.com.co, 6 December 2016