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Radio News in April 2007

New Brazilian station from Goiás on 1410 kHz mediumwave

A Voz do Cerrado from Santo Antonio do Descoberto, in the Brazilian state of Goiás, has begun broadcasting on the frequency of 1410 kHz mediumwave. Previously Rádio Fraternidade Universal has been reported heard from the same city on the same frequency. According to a posting by Adalberto Azevedo on the radioescutas mailing list, the new station was reported by Luiz Eduardo Lopes in Salvador, Bahia, on April 14. According to Lucio Haeser, A Voz do Cerrado has a daytime power of 25 kW and a nighttime power of 1 kW.
(DXing.info, April 29, 2007)



Toronto Airport Radio on 1280 AM goes commercial

CFBN logoCFBN claims to be Canada's first all-business radio station, operating on 1280 kHz AM in Toronto. "Biz 1280" used to be CFYZ, traveler information station for the Toronto Pearson international airport. Owned and operated by the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, the station used to broadcast flight arrival and departure schedules, as well as traffic and weather reports. CFYZ switched to business format on April 9, but continues to broadcast flight information as well. The power of the station is listed as 0.15 kW, enough to cover an airport but hardly sufficient for a major city. The change was first reported by Scott Fybush on April 2 on the NorthEast Radio watch website.
CFBN station ID (CFBN) CFYZ station ID (CFYZ)
(DXing.info, April 15, 2007)


K-24 en Radio is a new station in Buenos Aires on 650 kHz

K-24 en Radio is a new unlicensed station on the Buenos Aires AM dial. K-24 en Radio broadcasts on 650 kHz, replacing Radio Arco Iris on the same frequency. K-24 en Radio has been heard with music and sports programming by DXer Marcelo A. Cornachioni, who believes that the station is a radio version of Canal K24, a cable TV sports channel of Telecentro. Cornachioni reported about the station on Conexión Digital mailing list on April 1.
(DXing.info, April 15, 2007)


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