|City of license||Pétionville, Haiti|
Signal FM is a Haitian French language radio station based in the Port-au-Prince suburb of Pétionville. It is a popular station, providing news updates and other information on Haiti. Mario Viau is owner and general manager.
The station remained on the air during the 2010 Haiti earthquake, evolving into a community bulletin board for residents recovering from the damage. For its efforts, the station was awarded the 2010 Maria Moors Cabot prize of Columbia University, the oldest international award for journalism.
- Site Web Officiel de Mario Viau
- Haitian radio station becomes post-quake lifeline, CNN, January 24, 2010
- In Haiti, Signal FM staff keeps station running, Committee to Protect Journalists, January 22, 2010
- Haitians Find Lifeline In Local Radio Station, NPR, January 25, 2010
- Local radio proves a lifeline in Haiti, PRI's The World, January 20, 2010
- "Cabot Prize Winners, 2010". Columbia University School of Journalism. 2010. Retrieved 17 January 2012.
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