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Media of Puerto Rico

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Media of Puerto Rico

The media of Puerto Rico includes local radio stations, television stations and newspapers; for the majority of all these the language is Spanish. There are also three stations of the US Armed Forces Radio and Television Service.

Contents

  • Newspapers 1
  • Radio stations 2
  • Television stations 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Newspapers

Radio stations

The following radio stations transmit from Puerto Rico:[1][2]

  • Cadena Radio Puerto Rico [1]
  • NotiUno [2]
  • Radio Reloj
  • Radio Isla [3]
  • Emisora de Radio WEXS "X-61 am"
  • WAPA
  • WAEL fm96
  • WERR "Redentor 104 FM"
  • WKCK "Cumbre 1470 AM"
  • WPUC "Católica Radio 88.9 FM"

Television stations

See also

References

  1. ^ "Puerto Rico - Radio Broadcast Stations". RadioStationWorld. Retrieved 7 October 2014. 
  2. ^  
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