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THE REVOLUTION AND THE PUBLIC RADIO

The 25 of April of 1974 operated deep breaks in the Portuguese society, soon reflected in the life of “Emissora Nacional”. The following months corresponded to a period of rupture changing the public radio. Production logics have been altered, particularly in musical programming and information, and in relation to the new political power, as well as the rules of internal functioning.

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THE REVOLUTION AND THE PUBLIC RADIO

The change of regime and the abolition of censorship allowed the hearing, in the musical antenna of the public radio, of many personalities linked to the world of music, previously banished.
The political tension of the revolutionary process was also felt in the National Broadcaster and in the other media, culminating, in December 1975, in the nationalization of the media and consequently in the nationalization of radio. Finally, on February 23, 1976, it changed its name to “Rádiodifusão Portuguesa” (RDP).