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Radio Nativa Installs AEQ Console

Station in São Paulo deploys a Forum IP Split

Text has been updated to reflect that Radio Nativa is now part of Grupo Bandeirantes.

From the Radio World Who’s Buying What page: Radio Nativa in Brazil is using an AEQ Forum IP Split digital mixer for its main studio in São Paulo.

“Radio Nativa is one of the most popular radio stations in São Paulo in Brazil, founded in 1997 within the Camargo de Comunicación Group and now part of Grupo Bandeirantes de Comunicação,” AEQ wrote in a project summary. “Radio Nativa provides music and local news for a young audience 24 hours a day. The station’s format combines the latest chart hits with classics from the past, with timely news bulletins.

“The station’s broadcasts can be followed on the 95.3 FM dial, as well as online from its YouTube service for the best in romantic, country and sertanejo music.”

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