The names of the radio in the world article 19 everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; This right includes not being bothered because of their opinions, the research and receive information and opinions, and the impart, regardless of frontiers, by any means of expression. Universal Declaration of human rights by: Tito Ballesteros Lopezcomunicador Social Union ObrerA middle of the Decade of the twentieth began producing workers demands concerning the new medium of radio. In the United States.UU. and Austria emerged Union radio, at the time that in Germany, in the so-called Weimar Republic, there was a strong movement towards the authorization to constitute radii of the workers. The International Federation of radio workers (social-democratic orientation) was founded in 1927 and in 1929 was developed an International Conference of trade unions revolutionaries dedicated to the radio in 1947, a group of teachers started airing from Radio Sucre, located in the mining districts of Catavi (Bolivia). 1956 There were already 19 radios, that formed the network of stations mining.

The labor movement. Local or of low potenciDurante the Republican government in Spain, in 1932, a decree authorizing the installation of radios on light duty with local character. PiratEn 1958 a group of journalists and European, unemployed, radio operators had an original idea and installed a radio station on frequency modulated (FM had appeared the same year in the United Kingdom) on a ship anchored off the coast of Denmark. Merkur FM radio inaugurated the era of pirate radio stations.2 three years more late Radio Nord was installed off the Swedish coast. In 1964 appeared Veronique Radio, on the coasts of the Netherlands, and Radio Caroline and Radio Atlanta off the English coast. These stations were commercial and based its success on an agile programming, dyed by the new rhythms of rock. Radio Caroline, for example, was the first station to broadcast songs from the Beatles.