Red Record has bought Radio Guaiba

February 26, 2007 at 9:59 am Leave a comment

‘Red Record’, the radio network owned by Iglesia Universal del Reino de Dios, has bought the radio and television transmitters of the ‘Sistema Guaíba-Correio do Povo’, in Brazil. The ‘Correio do Povo’ – newspaper and the Internet operations were not included in the sale. The market was surprised by the rapidity of the sale that had begun fifteen days back. Radio Guaíba (ZYK-276 – 720 kHz / ZYE-852 – 6000 kHz / ZYE-853 – 11.785 kHz / ZYD-571 – 101.3 MHz) was founded in 1957 and is one of oldest stations of Grande River do Sul.

(argenpress.info)

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