Cadena Super

Cadena Super:

Cadena Super live broadcasting from  Colombia. it radio listener means a lot, the station wants to present themselves as a station listener should be happy of. They build a great unity between the listeners and themselves so that they may have good communication between them and their listeners which will result in a more entertainment-rich radio station.

Cadena Super was a Colombian radio network, founded in the 1970s by Conservative politician Jaime Pava Navarro. Its flagship Bogotá station, Radio Super, which broadcast at 1040 kHz (formerly Radio Metropolitana), replaced pioneer station La Voz de la Víctor at 970 kHz in 1987. Before that, the flagship station was Villavicencio’s La Voz del Llano.

Besides the main radio network, it owns La Superestación, a rock-pop station founded in 1982 and which became online-only in 2005, with its frequencies leased to rival network RCN Radio.

Since December 2012, all the Super’s frequencies in AM (Bogotá, Medellín, Cali, Ibagué, Villavicencio -Voz del Llano-, Cúcuta and Neiva) were leased to RCN too. The 3 main frequencies are called Radio Red (Bogotá, Medellín and Cali), Radio Fiesta (Cúcuta), La Cariñosa (Voz del Llano in Villavicencio), and La FM (Ibagué and Neiva).

Radio contact info:

Radio Information:

Location: Bogotá, Colombia

Language: Spanish

Genres: News, Music

WebSite: www.cadenasuper.com