Bolivian community radio network expanded

March 13, 2008 at 4:16 pm Leave a comment

President Evo Morales inaugurated the 28th station in the Bolivian community radio network on the 10th March, this time in Qaqachaca, municipality of Challapata in Eduardo Abaroa province, located 140 kilometers south of Oruro. The frequency of the station is 1040 kHz.


The list of AM community stations launched 2006-2007

SAN JULIÁN Provincia Ñuflo de Chávez, departamento de Santa Cruz. AM 1040 Khz.
COLQUECHACA Provincia José María Linares, departamento de Potosí. AM 1030 Khz.
ORINOCA Provincia Sud Carangas, departamento de Oruro. AM 1030 Khz.
RIBERALTA Provincia Vaca Díez, departamento de Beni. AM 1030 Khz.
INDEPENDENCIA Provincia Ayopaya, departamento de Cochabamba. AM 1050 Khz.
TOTORA Provincia Carrasco, departamento de Cochabamba. AM 1030 Khz.
MOJOCOYA Provincia Zudáñez, departamento de Chuquisaca. AM 1030 Khz.
SABAYA Provincia Sabaya, departamento de Oruro. AM 1050 Khz.
CAMIRI Provincia Cordillera, departamento de Santa Cruz. AM 1040 Khz.
VILLAMONTES Provincia Gran Chaco, departamento de Tarija. AM 1040 Khz.
CARANAVI Provincia Caranavi, departamento de La Paz. AM 1080 Khz.
TARABUCO Provincia Yamparáez, departamento de Chuquisaca. AM 1040 Khz.
CAIZA D Provincia Chayanta, departamento de Potosí. AM 1050 Khz.



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