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Lists Of Radio Stations In North America
This is a list of radio stations in the Americas. Argentina * FM La Boca - 90.1 FM Buenos Aires * FM Federal - 99.5 FM Buenos Aires * Radio Nacional de Argentina - 870 AM Buenos Aires ** R. Nacional Clasica ** R. Nacional Folclorica ** R. Nacional Rock ** RAE - Radiodifusion Argentina al Exterior - Shortwave * Radio 10 - 710 AM Buenos Aires * Radio ASPEN - 102.3 FM Buenos Aires * Radio Continental - 590 AM Buenos Aires * Radio Jai - 96.3 FM Buenos Aires * Radio Rivadavia - 630 AM Buenos Aires * Radio Rock & Pop - 95.9 FM Buenos Aires * Radio Mitre - 790 AM Buenos Aires * Radio La 100 - 99.9 Buenos Aires * Radio Disney - 94.3 Buenos Aires * Radio Pop - 101.5 Buenos Aires * Radio 40 Principales - 105.5 Buenos Aires Barbados Belize Bolivia Beni Department * Radio San Miguel - 99.1 FM & 4700 SW Riberalta * Radio Santa Ana del Yacuma 4451nbsp;kHz Chuqisaca Department * Radio Camargo - 100,1 FM Camargo * Radio Encuentro - 96.1 FM & 920 AM Sucre * Radio Sucre - 1320 AM Sucre ...
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Radio
Radio is the technology of signaling and communicating using radio waves. Radio waves are electromagnetic waves of frequency between 30 hertz (Hz) and 300 gigahertz (GHz). They are generated by an electronic device called a transmitter connected to an antenna which radiates the waves, and received by another antenna connected to a radio receiver. Radio is very widely used in modern technology, in radio communication, radar, radio navigation, remote control, remote sensing, and other applications. In radio communication, used in radio and television broadcasting, cell phones, two-way radios, wireless networking, and satellite communication, among numerous other uses, radio waves are used to carry information across space from a transmitter to a receiver, by modulating the radio signal (impressing an information signal on the radio wave by varying some aspect of the wave) in the transmitter. In radar, used to locate and track objects like aircraft, ships, spacecraf ...
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Porto Velho
Porto Velho (, ''Old Port'') is the capital of the Brazilian state of Rondônia, in the upper Amazon River basin, and a Catholic Metropolitan Archbishopric. The population is 548,952 people (as of the IBGE 2021 estimation). Located on the border of Rondônia and the state of Amazonas, the town is an important trading center for cassiterite, the mining of which represents the most important economic activity in the region, as well as a transportation and communication center. It is on the eastern shore of the Madeira River, one of the main tributaries of the Amazon River. It is also Rondônia's largest city, and the largest state capital of Brazil by area. The municipality occupies most of the border between Amazonas and Rondônia, and is both the westernmost and northernmost city in the state. History Officially founded on October 2, 1914, Porto Velho was founded by pioneers around 1907, during the construction of the Madeira-Mamoré railroad. After the railroad was complete ...
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João Pessoa, Paraíba
João Pessoa (), a port city in northeastern Brazil, is the state of Paraíba's capital and largest city, with an estimated population of 817,511 (as of 2020). It is located on the right bank of the Paraíba do Norte river. The new "Estação Ciência, Cultura e Artes" (Science, Culture and Art Station), located at the most eastern point of the Americas (''Ponta das Seixas''), is an educational and cultural institution as well as a national landmark. The complex, inaugurated in 2008, was created by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer and is one of his final projects. The capital of Paraíba received the title of Creative Cities Network, Creative City by UNESCO in 2017, appointing João Pessoa as "Brazilian city of handicrafts". History João Pessoa was founded on 5 August 1585, by Portuguese settlers. Called "Royal City of Our Lady of the Snows", in honor of the saint of the day it was founded, its first structures were on the banks of the Sanhauá River, a tributary of the Pa ...
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Mix 93
Mix, mixes or mixing may refer to: Persons & places * Mix (surname) ** Tom Mix (1880-1940), American film star * nickname of Mix Diskerud (born Mikkel, 1990), Norwegian-American soccer player * Mix camp, an informal settlement in Namibia * Mix, Louisiana, an unincorporated community * Mix Run, Pennsylvania, village Audio * Audio mixing (recorded music), the process of combining and balancing multiple sound sources * DJ mix, a sequence of musical tracks mixed to appear as one continuous track * ''Mix'' (magazine), a periodical for the professional recording and sound production technology industry Music * ''Mixes'' (Kylie Minogue album), the 1998 remix album by Australian singer-songwriter Kylie Minogue * ''Mix'' (Stellar album), the 1999 debut studio album by New Zealand pop rock band Stellar * ''Mixes'' (Transvision Vamp album), 1992 * ''Mixes'', an album by C418 * Mixtape, a compilation of songs or tracks * Remix, a variation of a song * Mix, short way to refer to Mixolyd ...
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Mix (Rádio)
Mix, mixes or mixing may refer to: Persons & places * Mix (surname) ** Tom Mix (1880-1940), American film star * nickname of Mix Diskerud (born Mikkel, 1990), Norwegian-American soccer player * Mix camp, an informal settlement in Namibia * Mix, Louisiana, an unincorporated community * Mix Run, Pennsylvania, village Audio * Audio mixing (recorded music), the process of combining and balancing multiple sound sources * DJ mix, a sequence of musical tracks mixed to appear as one continuous track * ''Mix'' (magazine), a periodical for the professional recording and sound production technology industry Music * ''Mixes'' (Kylie Minogue album), the 1998 remix album by Australian singer-songwriter Kylie Minogue * ''Mix'' (Stellar album), the 1999 debut studio album by New Zealand pop rock band Stellar * ''Mixes'' (Transvision Vamp album), 1992 * ''Mixes'', an album by C418 * Mixtape, a compilation of songs or tracks * Remix, a variation of a song * Mix, short way to refer to Mixolyd ...
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Metropolitana FM
Metropolitana FM is a radio station on 98.5 MHz in São Paulo, Brazil. The station carries a contemporary hit radio Contemporary hit radio (also known as CHR, contemporary hits, hit list, current hits, hit music, top 40, or pop radio) is a radio format that is common in many countries that focuses on playing current and recurrent popular music as determined by ... format. History Metropolitana FM first launched in 1982. However, it was not until 1996 that it was relaunched as a station targeting a youth audience. References {{reflist Radio stations in Brazil ...
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Kiss FM (São Paulo)
Kiss FM, Kiss Radio or variants may refer to: Asia-Oceania * Various Kiss FM-branded stations in the Philippines ** 95.1 Kiss FM, Lucena, Quezon ** 102.3 Kiss FM, Tagbilaran, Bohol * Kiss92 FM, Singapore * KISS 969, Sri Lanka * Kiss Radio Taiwan, the radio station playing Chinese music and some English top 40 songs * Kiss-FM KOBE, Japan Australia * KIIS FM, a contemporary hit radio network ** KIIS 101.1 Melbourne, Victoria ** KIIS 106.5 Sydney, New South Wales * Kiss FM Australia ** Kiss 90 FM, an earlier aspirant community radio station * Kiss FM (now Move FM) Lithgow, New South Wales Europe * 98.8 KISS FM Berlin, Germany * Kiss (UK radio station), previously known as "Kiss 100" and "Kiss FM" * Kiss 101, previously known as "Vibe 101", based in South Wales and Severn Estuary area, including Bristol * Kiss 102, operated by Faze FM, based in Manchester - now part of the Capital brand * Kiss 105, operated by Faze FM, based in Yorkshire - now part of the Capital brand * Kiss 105- ...
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Jovem Pan FM
Jovem Pan FM is a large Brazilian Radio Network, with 25 million listeners and 87 broadcasters, it is the largest FM radio network in Brazil, Latin America and the Southern Hemisphere, and is also one of the largest radio stations on the planet. The name is derived from the word ''jovem'', which means "young", and ''Pan''-american. The latter comes from the name of Radio Panamerican, which began broadcasting from São Paulo on May 3, 1944 and was purchased in November of the same year by entrepreneur and sports executive Paulo Machado de Carvalho. History The idea to start an FM station began with Antonio Augusto Amaral de Carvalho Filho, (better known by his nickname, "Tutinha"), and began transmitting on July 1, 1976. The name "Jovem Pan", however, was coined in 1965 by Tutinha's father, Paulo. Tutinha's ideas were new to Brazilian FM radio. These ideas included new approaches to the DJ's delivery and the scope of music programming. They quickly put Jovem Pan near the top ...
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Jovem Pan
Jovem Pan is the main Brazilian radio station based in São Paulo, Brazil. It is also the largest network of radio stations of the southern hemisphere, of Latin Americaand one of the biggest radio stations in the world.The network has several bureaus, 109 affiliated stations all over Brazil. Jovem Pan broadcasts through satellite digital quality sound reaching more than 25 million listeners, and throughout the world by the Internet. History 1940s Paulo Machado de Carvalho left the station in 1942, going to Rádio Record. The general direction was then assumed by Antonio Augusto Amaral de Carvalho (Tuta), current director president of REDE JOVEM PAN SAT, that at that time was only 21 years old. In that same year, Panamericana left São Bento Street and went to the 275 Riachuelo Street. 1950s Years later, in 1953, Tuta left the broadcasting station to dedicate himself to TV Record, channel 7 of São Paulo, who were beginning transmissions. In 1954, Panamericana moved again to 713 ...
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Itajubá
Itajubá is a municipality in southeastern Minas Gerais state of the Federative Republic of Brazil. It lies in a valley by the Sapucaí river and has terrain elevations ranging from 827 to 1500 metres, occupying an area of 290.45 km2 (112.14 mi2), with a population of 97,334 people (2020 est). Neighboring the city are the mountain slopes of the Serra da Mantiqueira range. The climate sees heavy rain in the summer months with dry weather in the winter. The city is a center with direct influence over 14 other municipalities of a region (called "Microregião do Sapucaí") that contains 6% of the population of Minas Gerais state. The local economy is based mainly on industry and agriculture. There are industries of auto parts, fiber optics, textile, electronic components, helicopters (Helibrás), and military weapons (IMBEL). In agriculture, most of the production is coffee, banana, potatoes, and is centred in the vicinity of Maria da Fé city where the climate is cooler. H ...
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JK (radio Station)
JK may refer to: People *Jay Kay (Jason Luís Cheetham, born 1969), English musician and lead singer of Jamiroquai *Jaykae (Janum Khan, born 1991), English rapper and actor *JK-47 (Jacob Paulson, born 1991/1992), Indigenous Australian rapper and musician *JK (rapper) or Tiger JK (Seo Jung-kwon, born 1974), South Korean-American rapper and record producer * J.K. (singer) (Marta Simlat, born 1970), Polish model and singer *Jason King (presenter) (born 1975), British radio and TV presenter, part of JK and Joel *Jesper Kyd (born 1972), or JK, Danish video game composer *John McKay Jr. (John Kenneth McKay, born 1953), known as JK, American football player and attorney * Jordan Katembula (born 1978), known professionally as JK, Zambian singer *Joseph Kevin Bracken (1852–1904), known as J. K. Bracken, founder of the Gaelic Athletic Association *Jiddu Krishnamurti Indian Philosopher, Speaker and Writer *Jungkook (born 1997), or JK, South Korean singer *Juscelino Kubitschek (1902–197 ...
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