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Lists of radio stations in South America

This is a list of radio stations in South America

Argentina

Main article: List of radio stations in Argentina
  • AM 590 Continental
  • AM 630 Rivadavia
  • AM 790 Mitre
  • AM 1150 – AM Sagrada Familia in San Justo, Buenos Aires
  • FM 95.9 – Rock & PoP
  • FM 96.3 – Radio Jai
  • FM 99.9 – FM100
  • FM 102.3 – ASPEN
  • LT24 Radio San Nicolás, AM 1430 in San Nicolás de los Arroyos, Buenos Aires
  • Radio del Sol LRJ 839 – FM 96.3 Villa de Merlo, San Luis
  • FM Radio Sapiens 102.5 – Radio Station in Olavarria, Buenos Aires

Brazil

Main article: List of radio stations in Brazil

Current radio stations

Former Radio Stations

  • Cia Do Som – online radio station (Minas Gerais), ceased in 2005 – variety, formerly at ciadosom.net

Bolivia

  • Bolivian Radio – Listen to over 90 Live Bolivian Radio stations – News, sports and entertainment

Chile

Main article: List of radio stations in Chile

National transmission throughout

Independent stations

Iberoamericana Radio Chile

  • Radio Imagina
  • Radio Concierto
  • Radio Futuro
  • Radio Pudahuel
  • ADN Radio Chile
  • Radioactiva (Chile)
  • Rock & Pop (radio de Chile)
  • Radio Uno
  • FM Dos
  • Corazón FM
  • Los 40 Principales (Chile)

Compañia de Radios de Chile

Locales

And Many More.

Colombia

Bogotá

Main commercial networks

  • Caracol Radio
  • RCN Radio
    • La Mega
    • La F. M.
    • Radio Uno
    • Rumba Estéreo
    • Amor Estéreo
  • Todelar
    • La Z
    • La X
  • Cadena Super
    • SuperEstación – 88.9 – Rock
  • Colmundo
  • WV Radio
    • Candela Estéreo
    • Vibra FM

Non commercial

  • Radiodifusora Nacional de Colombia (RTVC) 95.9
    • Radiónica (website) 99.1
  • National University of Colombia) – 98.5 – Jazz, Classical, News, Pop, Rock, World Music, Colombian Traditional, Salsa, Vallenato
  • Pontificia Universidad Javeriana) – 91.9 – Jazz, Classical, Pop, Rock, World Music, Colombian Traditional, Salsa, Vallenato

Ecuador

etc...

Falkland Islands

Panama

Paraguay

Main article: List of radio stations in Paraguay

Peru

News

  • RPP
  • Coordinadora Nacional de Radio

Music and Magazine

  • Sol – Frecuencia Primera RTVN
  • Radio San Borja
  • Radio Nacional
  • Radio Capital

Music

  • Onda Cero 98,1 (Former Radio 1160) (Cumbia Music)]
  • La Karibeña 94,9 (Former Radio "A")
  • Nueva Q 107,1 (Former Inca Turbo Stereo)
  • La Kalle 95,5 (Former Radio "Z ROCK & POP")
  • Studio 92 (Pop)
  • Viva FM (Latin) (former Excelsior)
  • Oxígeno (80s Pop) (former Radio El Pacífico)
  • Filarmonía 102,7 (Classic)
  • Ritmo Romántica (Romantic)
  • Radio Felicidad
  • Z Rock & Pop (Pop) (Internet only)
  • Doble Nueve (Rock)
  • La Mega (former America Radio)
  • Panamericana Radio
  • Radio Mágica (former Telestereo 88)
  • Telestereo 88 FM (Internet Only)
  • Punto Radical (Internet Only)
  • Radio Planeta (Pop) (former Radio Uno)
  • Radio Sargento Pimienta (Rock)
  • Radio Antena Sur (Andean highlands folk)

Sports

  • Radio Ovación

Religious

  • Radio María (www.radiomariaperu.org)

South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands

Uruguay

  • Full List Uruguay Radio Stations updated 2013 Listen Online(Spanish)
Main article: List of radio stations in Uruguay

Venezuela

  • Full List Venezuela Radio Stations updated 2013 Listen Online(Spanish)

Across the continent (non-local)

  • Radio Disney – Top 40

See also

External links

  • Panama Radio Stations
  • FMLIST worldwide database of FM stations
  • FMSCAN worldwide FM reception prediction
  • MWLIST worldwide database of MW and LW stations
  • MWSCAN worldwide MW and SW reception prediction
  • Radio en América Latina

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