Jovem Pan is the main Brazilian radio station based in São Paulo, Brazil, leading the largest Latin America radio stations network, Jovem Pan Sat. The network has several bureaus, 142 affiliated stations all over Brazil. Jovem Pan broadcasts through satellite digital quality sound reaching more than 25 million listeners, and throughout the world by the Internet. Therefore, Jovem Pan is one of the most important media in the communication industry. Also, Jovem Pan has a great influence on the types of music that jovem or young people listen to. The radio station is well known for bringing foreign music, mainly American music, to the attention of young people in Brazil.

1940s

Paulo Machado de Carvalho left the station in 1942, going to Rádio Record. The general direction was then assumed by Antonio Augusto Amaral de Carvalho (Tuta), current director president of REDE JOVEM PAN SAT, that at that time was only 21 years old. In that same year, Panamericana left São Bento Street and went to the 275 Riachuelo Street.

1950s

Years later, in 1953, Tuta left the broadcasting station to dedicate himself to TV Record, channel 7 of São Paulo, who were beginning transmissions. In 1954, Panamericana moved again to 713 Avenida Miruna, in the neighborhood of the Airport, where the Group of United Broadcasting stations resided.

1960s

In 1964, still linked to TV Record, Antonio Augusto Amaral de Carvalho assumed the direction of the broadcasting station again. The name Jovem Pan appeared in 1965, given by Paulo Machado de Carvalho. The great transformation of Panamericana began in 1966, under the direction of Tuta. Already with the name of Jovem Pan, to radio it began several programs with idols of the Brazilian popular music that, at that time, they made great success in TV Record. The journalistic programs were created in 1970, 71 and 72, period in that they appeared the Team Seven and Thirty, the Newspaper National Integration and, finally, the Newspaper of the Morning, that is a reference in the journalism of radio in every country until today.

1970s

In 1973, Antonio Augusto Amaral de Carvalho left TV Record to dedicate himself exclusively to Rádio Jovem Pan. In that same year, he acquired the actions of the siblings' broadcasting station Paulo Machado of Carvalho Filho and Alfredo de Carvalho, becoming its only proprietor. In 1976, Jovem Pan left the avenue Miruna and is now situated at 807 Avenida Paulista. In the same year, Jovem Pan 2 FM was inaugurated, located in the same place.

Jovem Pan FM Stations

Alagoas

  • Jovem Pan - Maceió - 102,7 MHz
  • Jovem Pan 2 FM Arapiraca - Arapiraca - 103,3 MHz

Amazonas

  • Jovem Pan FM Manaus - Manaus - 104,1 MHz

Bahia

Ceará

Distrito Federal

Espírito Santo

Goiás

Maranhão

Mato Grosso

Minas Gerais

  • Jovem Pan - Belo Horizonte - 99,1 MHz
  • Jovem Pan - Ipatinga - 102,3 MHz
  • Jovem Pan - Passos - 90,9 MHz
  • Jovem Pan - Uberaba - 103.70 MHz
  • Jovem Pan - Patos de Minas - 103.30 MHz
  • Jovem Pan - Poços de Caldas - 104.10 MHz

Pará

Paraná

Pernambuco

Piauí

Rio de Janeiro

  • Jovem Pan - Três Rios - 92,9 MHz
  • Jovem Pan - Rio de Janeiro-RJ - 104,5 MHz

Rio Grande do Sul

Santa Catarina

São Paulo

Sergipe

Jovem Pan AM Stations

São Paulo

Pernambuco

  • Rádio Jovem Pan Recife FM - Recife - 95,9 MHz

Distrito Federal

Alagoas

Amapá

Minas Gerais

  • Jovem Pan News - Passos - 1340 kHz
  • Jovem Pan News - Uberlândia - 90.9 MHz

Bahia

Maranhão

Mato Grosso

Mato Grosso do Sul

  • Rádio Independente - Aquidauana - 1020 kHz
  • Rádio Vale do Taquari - Coxim - 970 kHz

Minas Gerais

Paraná

Piauí

  • Rádio Clube - Teresina - 700 kHz
  • Rádio Grande Picos AM - Picos - 850 kHz

Rio de Janeiro

  • Rádio Livre - Rio de Janeiro - 1440 kHz

Rio Grande do Norte

  • Rádio Vale do Apodi - Apodi - 1030 kHz

Rio Grande do Sul

Rondônia

Roraima

São Paulo