Radio FM transmitter unveiled in Luanda
Luanda, Luanda– The Angolan Social Communication minister, Carolina Cerqueira, inaugurated on Friday in Luanda's Viana district a five-kilowatt FM Transmitter of the State-run "Radio Nacional de Angola" (RNA) broadcasting station. Equipped with an “RDS” system, a contingency studio to be used in emergency cases, the studio has three of the five transmitters with a capacity of 10 kilowatts, 20 and another with five kilowatts, and thus being considered the biggest in the country. A 120-metre high antenna was installed at the centre, coverering the signal deficit existing in the localities of Benfica, Luanda South Kissama, Icolo e Bengo and Belas. The inauguration was witnessed by senior employees of the Ministry of Social Communication, CEO of RNA, Pedro Cabral and officials in charge of public media organs.