Radio Enciclopedia

Radio Enciclopedia is a soft music radio network of transmitters broadcast throughout Cuba on medium wave (AM) and VHF (FM). The main frequencies in Havana are 94.1 (FM) and 1260 (AM). It can also be heard for several hundred miles beyond Cuba's borders on 530 (AM)[1] and worldwide via the Internet. It broadcasts soft instrumental music[2] with occasional news and cultural programming.[3][4] It is one of four main radio stations in Cuba[5] and first broadcast on November 7, 1962.[6]

Radio Enciclopedia
FrequencyCMBQ: 1260 kHz CMBR: 530 kHz
BrandingRadio Enciclopedia
Programming
Language(s)Spanish
FormatClassical music
History
First air date
November 7, 1962
Technical information
Repeater(s)Havana: 94.1 FM Cuban borders: 530 AM
Links
Webcasthttps://icecast.teveo.cu/9Rnrbjzq

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Recording of Radio Enciclopedia"
  2. ^ McAuslan, Fiona; Matthew, Norman (2010). The Rough Guide to Cuba. Penguin. ISBN 9781405387781.
  3. ^ JMB.mx "CMBQ - Radio Enciclopedia"
  4. ^ HabanaRadio.cu "Radio Enciclopedia 55 anos en la preferencia del public"
  5. ^ Ellis, Kirsten; Yogerst, Joe; Vautier; Mireille (2002). Cuba. Globe Pequot. p. 324. ISBN 9780762722174.
  6. ^ RadioEnciclopedia.cu "About us"

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