Radio Nacional de Colombia

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Radio Nacional de Colombia ("Colombian National Radio") is a Colombian state-owned public radio network, part of Señal Colombia RTVC. It was launched – as Radiodifusora Nacional de Colombia – on 1 February 1940,[1] three years after closure of the country's first state-owned radio station, HJN.

Radio Nacional de Colombia
Señal Radio Colombia logo.svg
Broadcast areaColombia
Frequency(among others) 95.9 MHz (FM), 570 kHz (AM)
BrandingHJIN (FM), HJND (AM)
Programming
FormatNews, talk, music, culture
AffiliationsRepublic of Colombia
Ownership
OwnerMinistry of Information Technologies and Communications
History
First air date
1 February 1940[1] (as Radiodifusora Nacional de Colombia)
Links
Websitesenalradiocolombia.gov.co

Between 1954 and 1963, Radiodifusora Nacional was also responsible for National Television, then the only television network in the country.

As of 2019, the network broadcasts news and information from state and other institutional agencies in addition to coverage of all aspects of Colombian culture in programmes grouped under the heading Colombiología, with the motto Colombiología al aire ("Colombiology on the air").

Broadcasting on both AM and FM, Radio Nacional covers Colombia's 32 departmental capitals, including Bogotá, as well as a number of other medium-sized municipalities.

FrequenciesEdit

Sources:[2][3][4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "HJN, la primera emisora del Estado". Señal Memoria. RTVC. Retrieved 14 September 2013. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ Frecuencias Archived 2014-05-08 at the Wayback Machine, Señal Radio Colombia, retrieved 2014-05-06
  3. ^ Actualización Plan técnico nacional de radiodifusión sonora en AM - julio de 2013, Ministerio de las Tecnologías de la Información y las Comunicaciones, retrieved 2014-05-06
  4. ^ Actualización Plan técnico nacional de radiodifusión sonora en FM - julio de 2013, Ministerio de las Tecnologías de la Información y las Comunicaciones, retrieved 2014-05-06

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Coordinates: 4°38′16″N 74°05′33″W / 4.6376708°N 74.0924707°W / 4.6376708; -74.0924707