Radio Caracas Radio

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Radio Caracas Radio is a Venezuelan radio station. It is owned by Empresas 1BC, Venezuela's second largest privately-owned media corporation, which also owns Radio Caracas Televisión, a popular and controversial cable and satellite channel.



In 1930, Venezuela was an ideal environment for freedom. The struggles against the regime of General Juan Vicente Gómez had not beenin vain. The word "democracy" began to rumble in the ears of Venezuelans. Under this climate, a man, after his travels to the United States and the understanding of the importance that the mass media will have for Venezuelans, began every effort to mount a Caracas radio station. That man was Edgar J. Anzola, who at the time was employed at the Almacén Americano, an electronics business.

Anzola brought his idea to his employer, William Henry Phelps, a businessman who was also the owner of El Automóvil Universal and the aforementioned Almacén Americano. Phelps already possessed the RCA Victor receptors, discs and equipment players, Underwood typewriters, Frigidaire refrigerators, Delco power plants, and Ford cars and trucks. Enthusiastic about Anzola's idea, Phelps decided to install a transmitter exclusively for commercial purposes. Ricardo Espina and technical manager Alberto López join Phelps and Anzola in establishing a radio station.<ref...
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