The Info List - Radio Nacional Del Perú

Radio Nacional del Perú (in Spanish: National Radio of Peru) is the first and the oldest radio station in Peru. It had its origins in the private station Lima OAX-AM, owned by the Peruvian Broadcasting Company, which was founded in 1924
by César A. Coloma, Santiago Acuña among other partners. It began broadcastings in June 15, 1925 and it was officially inaugurated by the President Augusto B. Leguía on June 20. Nowadays it belongs to the National Institute of Radio and Television of Peru. References[edit]

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Radio Nacional del Peru
official website

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