Cadena Dial

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Cadena DIAL
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Broadcast area Spain
First air date September 3rd, 1990 (September 3rd, 1990)
Format Latin pop
Owner PRISA Radio
Sister stations Cadena SER
M80 Radio
Los 40 Principales
Máxima FM
Ke Buena
Ona FM
Radio 80
Antena 3 Radio
Radio Minuto

Cadena Dial is a Spanish radio station. The station belongs to the Spanish Media Group PRISA. It was founded in 1990 and broadcasts exclusively music in the Spanish language (and Catalan, in Catalonia).

It is the second most listened music radio station in Spain with an audience of 2,307 million listeners (year 2012).[1] In 1996 Cadena Dial created the Dial Awards or Premios Dial for the most successful artists and groups in Spanish language. Until 2006, the annual awards show was held in Madrid, but from 2007 the venue of the Dial Awards is the Auditorio de Tenerife in the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands.[2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Todas las cadenas de radio crecen en audiencia, web article on
  2. ^ ¡Nueva edición de los Premios Cadena DIAL!,

External links[edit]

Media related to Cadena Dial at Wikimedia Commons