Name changes on Brazilian AM

March 26, 2012 at 3:51 pm 2 comments

– Rádio Tropical, Porto Velho 1310 AM is now CBN affiliate in Porto Velho. Address: Av. Calama, 2.666 – Liberdade
– Rádio Jornal O Sul AM 780, a station which began operations recently in Porto Alegre, has taken a fancy new name: Rado Grenal AM. The station is owned by Rede Pampa and it adopted the name of one of the major classics of Brazilian football, fueled by the rivalry between the fans of Gremio and International. The new name of the radio debuted on the 18th of March.


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  • 1. Bernt-IOvan Holmberg  |  March 26, 2012 at 7:53 pm

    I think you´ve exhanged the numbers here, CBN Porto Velho is on 1310kHz (ex R Tropical) . Heard them some days ago.
    Bernt-Ivan Holmberg

  • 2. finndxer  |  March 27, 2012 at 2:00 pm

    Yes. You’re right. I’ve changed the numbers. Thank you for putting me straight. I have made correction in the posting.


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