Signal FM

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Signal FM
City Pétion-Ville, Haiti
Frequency 90.5 MHz
Language(s) French

Signal FM is a Haitian French language radio station based in the Port-au-Prince suburb of Pétion-Ville. It is a popular station, providing news updates and other information on Haiti. Mario Viau[1] is owner and general manager.

The station remained on the air during the 2010 Haiti earthquake,[2][3] evolving into a community bulletin board for residents recovering from the damage.[4][5] For its efforts, the station was awarded the 2010 Maria Moors Cabot prize of Columbia University, the oldest international award for journalism.[6]


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