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Radio stations in the Bahamas

Nassau radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in the Bahamas began in 1937 (ZNS, Nassau). Today, ZNS Network is part of Government-owned Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas. Broadcasting is regulated by the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority - URCA . Currently there are 3 AM and 36 FM radio stations in the Bahamas. Some radio stations still use three-letter call signs, begining with "Z" (eg. ZSR). Primary language on radio is English.

Radio stations in Barbados

Bridgetown radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Barbados began in 1963 (Radio Barbados). Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation - CBC is the public radio broadcaster and operates three radio stations. Cable radio, known as Radio Distribution/Rediffusion was introduced in the country in 1934. Today, the company is knows as Starcom Network and is the nation’s largest radio network. Broadcasting is regulated by the Telecommunications Unit . Currently there are 1 AM and 17 FM radio stations in Barbados. Broadcasters do not use call signs. Primary language on radio is English.

Radio stations in Jamaica

Kingston radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Jamaica began in 1939 (VP5PZ, Kingston). This station later became Radio Jamaica/Rediffusion Network and today is part of RJR , the nation’s largest radio network. Broadcasting is regulated by the Broadcasting Commmission . Currently there are 31 FM radio networks with 145 FM transmitters in Jamaica. Medium wave transmissions ceased in 2009. Broadcasters do not use call signs. Primary language on radio is English.

Radio stations in Trinidad and Tobago

Port-of-Spain radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Barbados began in 1947 (Radio Trinidad, Port-of-Spain). Today, the Trinidad Broadcasting Company - TBC is nation’s largest radio network. Broadcasting is regulated by the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago - TATT . Currently there are 57 FM radio stations in Trinidad and Tobago. Medium wave transmissions ceased in 2015. Broadcasters do not use call signs. Primary language on radio is English.

Radio stations in Cuba / Emisoras de radio en Cuba

Havana radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Cuba began in 1920 (2LC, Havana). State-owned Radio Cubana is the national broadcasting network with six national radio stations, international shortwave service Radio Havana Cuba and many regional radio stations. It is part of Instituto Cubano de Radio y Televisión - ICRT . Broadcasting is regulated by Ministerio de Comunicaciones . There is no privately owned radio stations in Cuba. American Forces Network operates two FM stations in Guantanamo Bay. Currently there are 263 AM and 338 FM radio stations in Cuba. Radio stations identify on-air with three or four letter call signs, begining with "CM" (eg. CMB or CMBA). Primary language on radio is Spanish.

Radio stations in the Dominican Rep. / Emisoras de radio en Rep. Dominicana

Santo Domingo radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in the Dominican Republic began in 1924 (HIH, Santo Domingo). State-owned Corporación Estatal de Radio y Televisión - CERTV is the national public radio network. Broadcasting is regulated by Instituto Dominicano de las Telecomunicaciones - Indotel . Currently there are 136 AM and 268 FM radio stations in the Dominican Republic. Radio stations identify on-air with three to five character call signs, begining with "HI" (eg. HISD or HIK77). Primary language on radio is Spanish.

Radio stations in Puerto Rico / Emisoras de radio en Puerto Rico

San Juan radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Puerto Rico began in 1922 (WKAQ, San Juan). Broadcasting is regulated by Federal Communications Commision - FCC . Currently Puerto Rico is served by 98 AM and 114 FM radio stations and translators. Radio stations identify on-air with three or four letter call signs, begining with "W" (eg. WVOZ). Primary language on radio is Spanish.

Radio stations in the U.S. Virgin Islands

Charlotte Amalie radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in the U.S. Virgin Islands began in 1950 (WSTA, Charlotte Amalie). Broadcasting is regulated by Federal Communications Commision - FCC . Currently U.S. Virgin Islands are served by 9 AM and 24 FM radio stations and translators. Radio stations identify on-air with three or four letter call signs, begining with "W" (eg. WIVI). Primary language on radio is English.

Radio stations in the Cayman Islands

George Town radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in the Cayman Islands began in 1973 (ZFKI - ICCI-FM, George Town). Broadcasting is regulated by the Information and Communications Technology Authority - ICTA . Currently there are 24 FM radio stations in the Cayman Islands. Medium wave transmissions ceased in 1999. Radio stations identify on-air with four letter call signs, begining with "ZF" (eg. ZFKC). Primary language on radio is English.

Radio stations in Guadeloupe / Stations de radio à Guadeloupe

Pointe-à-Pitre radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Guadeloupe began in 1937 (Radio-Guadeloupe). Guadeloupe 1ère is the public broadcaster, serving the islands of Guadeloupe, Saint Barthélemy and Saint Martin on 8 FM and 1 AM frequencies. 35 other radio stations on 82 FM transmitters broadcast in Guadeloupe. Broadcasting is regulated by the French Superior Audiovisual Council - CSA . Broadcasters do not use call signs. Primary language on radio is French.

Radio stations in Martinique / Stations de radio à Martinique

Fort-de-France radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Martinique began in 1936 (Radio-Martinique). Martinique 1ère is the public broadcaster, serving the island on 12 FM and 1 AM frequencies. 35 other radio stations on 98 FM transmitters broadcast in Martinique. Broadcasting is regulated by the French Superior Audiovisual Council - CSA . Broadcasters do not use call signs. Primary language on radio is French.

Radio stations in Aruba / Stashon di radio na Aruba

Oranjestad radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Aruba began in 1954 (Radio Kelkboom). Broadcasting is regulated by the Telecommunications Department - DTZ . Currently there are 19 FM radio stations in Aruba. Broadcasters do not use call signs. Medium wave transmissions ceased in 2013. Primary language on radio are Papiamentu, Dutch, English and Spanish.

Radio stations in Curaçao / Stashon di radio na Kòrsou

Willemstad radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Curaçao began in 1933 (Curaçaose Radio Vereniging). Curaçaose Radio Omroep was founded in 1937 and launched PJC1 Radio CUROM. Broadcasting is regulated by the Bureau Telecommunications and Post - BT&P . Currently there are 1 AM and 31 FM radio stations in Curaçao. Only AM radio stations identify on-air with three to five character call signs, begining with "PJ" (eg. PJZ86). Primary language on radio are Papiamentu, Dutch, English and Spanish.



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