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Radio stations in Guatemala / Emisoras de radio en Guatemala

    Radio broadcasting in Guatemala began in 1930 (TGW - La Voz de Guatemala). Government station TGW is the first radio station in the country. Broadcasting is regulated by Superintendencia de Telecomunicaciones - SIT . Currently there are 114 AM and 179 FM radio stations in Guatemala. Radio stations identify on-air with three or four letter call signs, begining with "TG" (eg. TGGU). Primary language on radio is Spanish.

Radio stations in Belize / Emisoras de radio en Belice

    Radio broadcasting in Belize began in 1937 (ZIK2, Belize City). British Honduras Broadcasting Service (VPN) was established in 1952, known from 1961 to 1998 as Radio Belize. Broadcasting is regulated by the Belize Broadcasting Authority - BBA. Voice of America operated a Medium wave transmitter in Punta Gorda, Belize from 1984 to 2002. British Forces Broadcasting Service operates three FM stations in Belize. Currently there are 58 FM radio stations in Belize. Medium wave transmissions ceased in 1998. Broadcasters do not use call signs. Primary languages on radio are English and Belizean Creole.

Radio stations in Honduras / Emisoras de radio en Honduras

    Radio broadcasting in Honduras began in 1921 (HRB - La Voz del Trópico, Tegucigalpa). Government station Radio Nacional de Honduras was founded in 1976. Broadcasting is regulated by Comision Nacional de Telecomunicaciones de Honduras - CONATEL . American Forces Network operates FM station in Comayagua. Currently there are 167 AM and 502 FM radio stations in Honduras. Radio stations identify on-air with three or four letter call signs, begining with "HR" (eg. HRLP), plus digits where applicable. Primary language on radio is Spanish.

Radio stations in El Salvador / Emisoras de radio en El Salvador

    Radio broadcasting in El Salvador began in 1926 (AQM, San Salvador). Government station Radio Nacional de El Salvador was the first radio station in the country. Broadcasting is regulated by Superintendencia General de Electricidad y Telecomunicaciones - SIGET . Currently there are 83 AM and 113 FM radio stations in El Salvador. Radio stations identify on-air with four or five letter call signs, begining with "YS" (eg. YSKW). Primary language on radio is Spanish.

Radio stations in Nicaragua / Emisoras de radio en Nicaragua

    Radio broadcasting in Nicaragua began in 1930 (YNLP/YNLF - Radio Le Franc, Managua). Government station Radio Nicaragua was established in 1934 as "La Voz de Nicaragua". Broadcasting is regulated by Instituto Nicaragüense de Telecomunicaciones y Correos - TELCOR . Currently there are 80 AM and 345 FM radio stations in Nicaragua. AM radio stations identify on-air with four letter call signs, begining with "YN" (eg. YNN). Primary language on radio is Spanish.

Radio stations in Costa Rica / Emisoras de radio en Costa Rica

    Radio broadcasting in Costa Rica began in 1924 (TIFG, San Jose). Government station Radio Nacional is part of Sistema Nacional de Radio y Televisión - SINART . Broadcasting is regulated by the Superintendencia de Telecomunicaciones - SUTEL . Currently there are 74 AM and 238 FM radio stations in Costa Rica. Radio stations identify on-air with three to five letter call signs, begining with "TI" (eg. TIUCR). Primary language on radio is Spanish.

Radio stations in Panama / Emisoras de radio en Panamá

    Radio broadcasting in Panama began in 1933 (HPJ5 - Radio Experimental Tembleque). Government station Radio Nacional is part of Sistema Estatal de Radio y Televisión - SERTV . Broadcasting is regulated by the Autoridad Nacional de los Servicios Públicos - ASEP . Currently there are 101 AM and 184 FM radio stations in Panama. AM radio stations identify on-air with three to five letter call signs, begining with "HO" (eg. HOXO), plus digits where applicable. Primary language on radio is Spanish.


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