Cadena Súper

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Cadena Super was a Colombian radio network, founded in the 1970s by Conservative politician Jaime Pava Navarro.[2] Its flagship Bogotá station, Radio Super, which broadcast at 1040 kHz (formerly Radio Metropolitana), replaced pioneer station La Voz de la Víctor at 970 kHz in 1987.[1] Before that, the flagship station was Villavicencio's La Voz del Llano.[2]

Radio Super
Broadcast areaBogotá
BrandingHJCI
SloganSi lo dice Súper, ¡póngale la firma!
Frequency970 kHz
First air date1971
FormatNews / talk
Former callsignsHJCJ
Former frequencies1040 kHz (1971-1987)[1]
AffiliationsCadena Super
OwnerCadena Super
Websitehttp://www.cadenasuper.com/

Besides the main radio network, it owns La Superestación, a rock-pop station founded in 1982 and which became online-only in 2005, with its frequencies leased to rival network RCN Radio.

Since December 2012, all the Super's frequencies in AM (Bogotá, Medellín, Cali, Ibagué, Villavicencio -Voz del Llano-, Cúcuta and Neiva) were leased to RCN too. The 3 main frequencies are called Radio Red (Bogotá, Medellín and Cali), Radio Fiesta (Cúcuta), La Cariñosa (Voz del Llano in Villavicencio), and La FM (Ibagué and Neiva).

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Gil Bolívar, Fabio Alberto (1992). "Influencia política y poder económico en los medios de comunicación: las cadenas radiofónicas colombianas" (PDF). Revista CIDOB D'Afers Internacionals (in Spanish). Barcelona (23–24): 225–254. ISSN 1133-6595. Retrieved 2011-04-23.
  2. ^ a b "Reseña histórica - radio". ASOMEDIOS. Retrieved 23 April 2011.

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