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Radio Jamaica 94 FM
Real Jamaican Radio, RJR 94 FM, is a broadcast company in Jamaica with headquarters in Kingston.The station broadcasts several programmes featuring Jamaican and international music, news, talk shows, listener questions and professional answers, and Ralston McKenzie’s Sunday Contact, a show that reaches out islandwide by radio for missing persons.
On 9 July 1950, a commercial license to operate as a subsidiary of the British Rediffusion Group was issued to the Radio Jamaica and Rediffusion Network. Initially only four medium-wave, signal transmission sites broadcast throughout the island. In 1951 wire radio service was established from a central broadcasting station. Transmissions were sent to rediffusion speaker boxes for which subscribers paid three-pence per day. In 1953, Jamaica became the first of the British colonies in the Caribbean to offer FM broadcasting when RJR began using the technology. By 1954, there were over 57,000 rediffusion boxes distributed throughout the country.
and the company began offering non-stop music service three years later. In 1962, RJR also introduced “Musipage” which presented live musical performances at its studios. A second station playing music only was founded in 1972 and RJR expanded again in 1984, adding a third station FAME FM. In 1990, simulcast broadcasting was developed to broaden programming to include live programming on national events
Radio contact info;
Address: 32 Lyndhurst Road, P.O. Box 23, Kingston 5.
Phone: (876) 926-1100