|Super AM / FM radio|
|Broadcasting area||Ucayali (original)|
|Slogan||My super radio.|
|Frequency|| 1350 kHz (AM) |
103.3 MHz (FM)
|Last broadcast||It is currently issued|
|Owner||Radiodifusora del Ucayali SA|
|Sister stations||Ucayalina from Television|
Radio Super AM / FM is a radio company located in Pucallpa, department of Ucayali , Peru . Its transmission center was the oldest to be inaugurated, it was created on November 25 , 1985 by its founder Floreal Rodríguez Ramírez and his brothers Nestor and Celica. [ 1 ] It is currently the most developed and popular in the department of Ucayali , a division of Ucayalina de Televisión, and is recognized for being more listened to by the public. [ 2 ]
The first radio communications began with the manager Julio Reátegui Burga, owner of the Atlanta radio station in Iquitos, who planned to create a headquarters for the radio station (now Radio Pucallpa) in the 1960s. Looking for plans to improve communication, the Rodríguez family They tried to create a different radio frequency. It was thus that on November 25, 1985 the radio called Radio Super AM-FM was created, being the first independent radio in Pucallpa. However, in 1987 it was set on fire, which was restored a day later. [ 1 ]
The local radio showed signs of a great advance, especially within Radio Super AM-FM, whose instruments were renewed after the reconstruction of the company after the fire of December 13, 1987. The innovation that characterized this company was to transmit the signal Radio Super simultaneously for the installation of 1 kW Itame receivers (1989), which years later were exchanged for 5 kW RVR. [ 1 ] With a coverage of 200 kilometers around.
It is currently the number 1 radio station in surveys according to CPI source, with repeaters throughout the Ucayali region, being the only station in the region that has an Omnia 11 audio processor that provides the best sound for the well-being of its listeners, innovating in technology in order to stay at the forefront and continue to be the leading radio station in the ucayali region.