New Colombian on 1160 AM

December 8, 2007 at 6:36 pm Leave a comment

A new Colombian station on 1160 kHz was found by Henrik Klemetz. It is called Emisora Frecuencia Bolivariana and transmits from Montería, Colombia. It’s operated by the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana from the University Campus, Km. 8 vía Cereté. Montería (Cordova). It will not be easy to catch the transmitter outside the country since it signs off already at 2400 UTC (0100 Sat/Sun). It has, nevertheless, an online transmission, of very acceptable quality, at: http://www.upbmonteria.edu.co/fbolivarianam/index_noticias.php According to the webbpage, the station has been in the air for three years. In the WRTH 2007 the station is listed as HJAZ Meridian Radio.

(Henrik Klemetz via Conexion Digital)

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