On air since October 10th, 1969.
Prior to this date, Radio San Nicolas was obliged to transmit
its programs by cable alone because the political will did not yet exist for open
competition for broadcast licenses. Cable broadcasts began February 16, 1963 for
some 6,000 inner city households, into which special receivers were installed.
The service was provided free of charge.
Radio San Nicolas became the first radio station in Argentina to transmit by cable.
It soon emerged as a valuable consulting resource for parties interested in establishing
similar cable stations in other cities.
In September, 1993 LT24 AM 1430 and FM88 were the first stations in the region
to utilize digital audio for on-air advertising.
On December 31, 1998 LT24 launched live, around the clock broadcasts over the
Internet using the Real Audio format.
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