Committed since the beginning of its broadcasts with the audience and with the Revolution, the municipal radio station -Radio Unión, the youngest of the Matanzas radial system, celebrates its first anniversary on July 23rd.
In three hours of broadcast every day starting at 9:00 in the morning by the 96.3 modulated frequencies, the nascent radio plant brings to its listeners informative, musical, dramatized and varied spaces that illustrate in sound images the realities of Unión de Reyes territory.
The workers of the radio in Unión de Reyes assume the challenge of satisfying the media, institutional and public interests of an eminently agricultural municipality that is the birthplace of important personalities of national relevance such as the independence patriot Juan Gualberto Gómez; the rumbero mayor José Rosario Oviedo (Malanga); the playwright Abelardo Estorino; the knight of the tenth in Cuba, Justo Vega; the actress Eloísa Álvarez Guedes and the crystal voice, Pablo Quevedo.
Spaces of excellent invoice as the radio magazine miscellaneous Have Sense; the Somos Diario newscast; the Super Saturday participation; the children’s musical Let’s Sing; A Young Touch; Over there; Next to you; the scale of successes The Musical Network and Hay Fiesta in my Campiña guarantee the tuning and acceptance of an audience that finds in the CMDR Radio Union the best company every morning.
This July 23rd, when the station reaches its first anniversary, a meeting of listeners will be held at the El Balcón recreational center, from where the live signal of the 96.3 FM will enjoy a special program that will have the participation of amateur and professional singers, games of participation, exchange with the groups of work of the programs, the assistance of political and governmental authorities of the territory, to which are added varied offers of trade, gastronomy and agriculture.
From this, the third oldest municipality in the country, the electromagnetic waves of the voice that unites us not only plow through the ether, they also caress the listeners’ ears and touch the heart of a land blessed by the fate of having its own voice.