|Broadcast area||Bogotá, Colombia|
|Slogan||Salva tu mundo (Save your world)|
|First air date||January 6, 1995 (as 99-1 Frecuencia Joven) |
October 15, 2005 (as Radiónica)
|Format||Music, culture, talk|
|Affiliations||RTVC Sistema de Medios Públicos|
|Owner||Ministry of Information Technologies and Communications|
Radiónica is a Colombian state-owned music radio network, formerly known as 99-1 Frecuencia Joven ("Young Frequency"). It belongs to the National Radio Television of Colombia, Colombia's state-owned national broadcaster.
In 2005, Bogotá's 99.1 FM would become Radiónica, during that year's Rock al Parque festival in Bogotá. It was known as Señal Radiónica between 2013 and 2015.
Radiónica added its first station outside Bogotá in 2006, with HJXP 99.5 MHz in San Andrés Islas. Later it would expand to Cartagena, Cali and Medellín (2007), and other cities in 2009.
- Barranquilla/Riohacha/Santa Marta HJXL 95.1 FM (licensed to the latter)
- Bogotá HJYM 99.1 FM (flagship station)
- Cali HJXU 94.5 FM (licensed to Buga)
- Cartagena HJXB 91.1 FM
- Málaga HJZN 92.3 FM
- Medellín HJXA 99.9 MHz
- San Andrés HJXP 99.5 MHz
- Pereira HJD45 95.6 MHz
- "99.1 Frecuencia Joven de la Radiodifusora Nacional de Colombia: un poco de su historia". Señal Memoria. RTVC. Retrieved 5 September 2015.
- "Le apostamos a la radio pública y ganamos". Confidencial Colombia. Retrieved 5 September 2015.
- "Radiónica ya se sintoniza en Pereira". La Tarde. 16 October 2015. Retrieved 9 November 2015.