About UBA | Communication

    Radio UBA 87.9 FM, the Radio of the University of Buenos Aires was created in 1989 and began broadcasting in 2005 on the 90.5 frequency. In 2010, after a process of development in technology and content, it went on to transmit on the current frequency: 87.9. Over the last two years, the radio's technical and broadcasting equipment has been renewed, allowing the radio to reach  the entire City of Buenos Aires and a large part of the Greater Buenos Aires.
    Currently, Radio UBA has a varied programming, with different programs produced both by the radio technical teams and staff from the 13 schools, the Ciclo Básico Común -Common Basic Course-, Hospitals and Cultural Centres, EUDEBA, UBA XXI, UBA XXII or the DOE. They seek to reflect and showcase the diversity and plurality of voices and opinions that exist within the University, while providing UBA’s viewpoint on different current issues.
    The radio broadcasts magazinesnews programs, opinion and current affairs pieces, thematic cycles  linked to different disciplines, culture, science, distance learning, sports, health, and scientific and academic dissemination. All these topics reflect the extensive production of an institution that, with more than 190 years of history, is proud to be a regional reference in higher education and. a key player in the development of Argentine history.
    Radio UBA becomes an instrument for the transfer of knowledge, research and activities carried out in all areas of the University of Buenos Aires, through  which  academics, students and workers of the University share with the rest of the community the academic and scientific production and extension activities that take place in classes and laboratories. 

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    Encrucijadas magazine is produced by the Secretary of Institutional Relations, Culture and Communication. With a new layout and contents that address varied topics, this publication of the University of Buenos Aires aims to deepen the excellence, recognition and plurality of voices reached.
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