LTC, Juliaca, heard on new 5005 kHz at 0012 on 4 April 2002
with the program "Noiticias LTC".
Gives ID as "Radio LTC desde Juliaca... LTC, tres frecuencias,
una sola señal"
This station has earlier been heard on 5032 and 6011 kHz.
Fontenele, Bolivia, 4 April 2002
LTC heard with fair signal on 5005.28 kHz on 5 April
2002 with "LTC Noticias" at 1003. Many ids and
Ormandy, Australia, 5 April 2002
LTC ("La Transmisión Correcta"), Juliaca, sent a handwritten
letter on blue letterpaper in three months.
V/s Julio Nunez Paredes, administrador.
The QSL was sent through Carlos Gamarra Moscoso at Radio
La Hora, who fixed it in connection to a visit in Juliaca,
350 km distant from Cusco. He adds that Radio LTC is not
practicing to reply any reports from listeners abroad, but
that he can assist if IRCs are enclosed (preferred instead
of dollar bills which easily can be stolen).
With this info an earlier e-mail with a verification text
from a Peruvian station is now understood. The mail gave
no idea from which station the verification came and my
mail questions have not given any result. That mail was
signed by Maria Luisa Nunez Aspilcueta, administradora.
Radio LTC uses the name "Radio La Transmisión Correcta S.C.R.L.".
Says their MW-frequency is 1100 kHz and FM 102.7 MHz, in
addition to shortwave "official" 6010 kHz.
Jan Edh, Sweden, via
HCDX partner SWB,
4 Nov 2001
Radio LTC, in Juliaca, Peru, has moved to 6011.3 kHz from
Officially the frequency is announced as 6010 kHz, and said
to be "audible all over Peru".
The programme consisted of ads, comunicados and sports from
Juliaca. Even ads for companies in Arequipa.
ID as "Radio L.T.C. desde Juliaca, Perú" or, during the
sport programme, "L.T.C. La Transmisión Correcta, el equípo
Malm, Ecuador, via HCDX partner SWB,
May 24, 2001
This station was heard during 1996-97, occasionally as far
away as Europe, but mostly in Latin America. Its frequency
then, 5890 kHz, was often blocked by stronger international
Its name, Radio LTC, comes from the owner's initials, and
stands for Leoncio Torres Coalla.
news desk, June 4, 2001
outlet, heard in May, 1996, on 5980 kHz, was first reported
as Radio NT6 by Horacio A. Nigro, should correctly be "Radio
The station was commonly identified itself "Radio Comercial
Collao" on the air, but after the change of ownership,
the company was re-named as "Produccion LTC Leoncio
Torres Calla" and it identifies itself "Radio
S/on with the following announcement: "Desde la ciudad
de Juliaca, capital de la integración andina, Produccion
LTC mediante Radio Comercial Collao inicia su transmisión
en la frecuencia de OBX7Z 1100kHz ampulitud modulada."
The canned ID, which I confirmed and recorded at that time,
may correct HAN's report : "Cubriendo el Altiplano
y el gran sur, Ud. recepciona la calidad y potencia de Radio
LTC, noticia instent, información puntual, llena
programación especialísima. Siga con nosotros,
que nosortos seguimos trabajando para Uds. Radio LTC desde
el Jirón Unión 242, Teléfono 322452,
Fax 322570, Juliaca, Peru."
I believe that the official station name is "Radio
Comercial Collao", but nowadays it is locally called
"Radio LTC", where LTC is derived from the owner's
name, Leoncio Torres Coalla.
I am not sure that this new SW outlet is officially assigned
here on 5980 kHz, but I remember that Radio Panamericana
already returned its SW broadcasting license and its authority
of frequency to MTT (Ministerio de Transportes y Telecomunicaciones),
so it is possible that Radio LTC may have a temporal broadcasting
license on 5980kHz.
Administrator: Hector Ambrosio Olivera.
Address: Jirón. Unión No.242, Juliaca, Departamento
de Puno, Peru.
Inoue Nozaki, Relámpago DX, May 17, 1996