formerly known as Radio Intercontinental, Radio Inter or La
Inter is a Spanish radio station of a generalist nature, broadcast on Onda
Media from Madrid
at 918 KHz, but different frequencies on the FM and on the Internet. Owned by
96.7% of the Intereconomía Group, it belongs to the joint-stock company
Compañía de Radiodifusión Intercontinental (CRISA). Its creator and subsequent
President of Honor Ramón Serrano Súñer who was the former Foreign Affairs
Ministers and brother-in-law of Francisco Franco and its first director
Dionisio Ridruejo after the chain began broadcasting in February 1950.
It is counted on staff with speakers like José María de
Olano, José del Palacio, and Enrique Maristany in its first years of existence.
When the driving force of mythical spaces in the chain, such as The Car of
Fortune or Roll the Ball, he assumed the management of the
Alberto Domper radio station in 1959. Pepe Cañaveras (Ondas Award and
Antena de Oro Award) produced the morning magazine "Primera Página"
in 2001. It was the fifth most listened station in Spain, behind RNE , SER,
Radiocadena Española and COPE with 798,000 listeners in 1981. The Intereconomía
Group took control of the station, acquiring 96.70% of CRISA 3 and opening new
frequencies for the rest of Spain
in May 2009.
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