Radio Limite

Radio Limite broadcasting with a vision to entertain listeners and their studio is at Castro Daire, Portugal. The station is operated in Portuguese language so that they may better understanding between them and their listeners in order to get listeners opinion, their likes and dislikes about their programmings and so on.

All-news radio is available in both local and syndicated forms, and is carried on both major US satellite radio networks. All-news stations can run the gamut from simulcasting an all-news television station like CNN, to a “rip and read” headline service, to stations that include live coverage of news events and long-form public affairs programming. Many stations brand themselves Newsradio but only run news during the morning and afternoon drive times, or in some cases, broadcast talk radio shows with frequent news updates. These stations are properly labeled as “news/talk” stations. Also, some National Public Radio stations identify themselves as News and Information stations, which means that in addition to running the NPR news magazines such as Morning Edition and All Things Considered, they run other information and public affairs programs.

Talk Radio Network launched America’s Radio News Network, a 15-hour weekday block of news, in January 2011; the company had been launching three-hour news blocks in specific dayparts since January 2009. The network was syndicated mostly to smaller stations in need of turnkey news operations during the day; the network never produced programming for overnights or weekends. The service shut down in September 2013.

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Location: Castro Daire, Portugal

Language: Portuguese

Genres: Castro Daire, News

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