Cadena COPE

COPE, an acronym for Cadena de Ondas Populares Españolas ("People's Radiowaves of Spain Network") formerly called Radio Popular, is a Spanish radio station. It is the second most played in Spain generalist radio. Owned by the Spanish Episcopal Conference company "Radio Popular SA", belongs to the "Group COPE" with music stations Cadena 100, Rock FM and Megastar FM, addition to the Spanish generalist TV channel 13TV. The station is associated with the Spanish journal Diario ABC.

Created with the aim of offering religious services, since the 1980s its programming has evolved into the model of conventional general radio, while maintaining programs with religious content, such as El Espejo (The Mirror) of José Luis Restán and La linterna de la Iglesia (The Lantern of the Church) of Faustino Catalina, especially on Sundays in the day when Holy Mass and special dates News Church and Catholic liturgical calendar as Christmas and Easter is issued. Its editorial guideline is the promotion of the views of the hierarchy of the Spanish Catholic Church.

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OwnerRadio Popular S.A.
Sister stationsCadena 100
Rock & Gol
Megastar FM

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COPE may refer to:

Cadena COPE, the Spanish private national radio of the Spanish Catholic Church

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Committee on Political Education, the political arm of the AFL-CIO

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Committee on Publication Ethics, a nonprofit organization

Communications Opportunity, Promotion and Enhancement Bill of 2006, aka the Barton/COPE Act (HR 5252

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COPE (gene), a human gene that encodes the protein coatomer subunit epsilon

COPE (film), a 2007 psychological thriller/horror independent film

Council of Pacific Education, a regional branch of Education International, the global federation of teachers' trade unions

COPE (BSA), a Boy Scouts of America program designed to develop a Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience

Federico Jiménez Losantos

Federico Jorge Jiménez Losantos (born 15 September 1951) is a Spanish radio presenter and right wing pundit, being most known for his successful radio talk show Es la mañana de Federico. He is also a TV host and literary and non-fiction author.

Manolo Lama

Manolo Lama (born January 3, 1962 in Madrid, Spain) is a Spanish radio sportscaster. Manolo Lama is known for his play-by-play covers of Real Madrid, Atlético Madrid and Spain matches at the radio program Tiempo de Juego in the Cadena COPE from 1982 until 2011 in the Cadena Ser.Manolo Lama has also covered a lot of important events such as the Olympic Games or FIFA World Cup games. In the Cadena COPE he also presents a program called Deportes COPE and collaborates in the program called El Partido de las 12. In television he presents the afternoon sports bulletin in Cuatro (TV).Lama is also the Spanish play-by-play announcer (alongside Paco González) of the EA Sports' FIFA series video game since 1998.

Paco González

For the racehorse trainer see: J. Paco Gonzalez

Francisco "Paco" González González (Madrid, 1966) is a Spanish sport journalist.

Gonzalez was born in Madrid in 1966, but raised in Folgueras de Cornás (Tineo, Asturias). He returned to Madrid to study journalism at Complutense University. He started work as an intern at broadcaster Cadena SER in 1987 and did not graduate. Due to his talent, he was put in charge of Carrusel Deportivo, one of the most important radio programmes, at the age of 25. He was the producer of Carrusel, where he worked alongside Pepe Domingo Castaño and Manolo Lama, until May 2010.

González has been the Spanish color commentator (alongside Manolo Lama) of the EA Sports' FIFA series video game since 1998. In May, 2010, he was fired after a dispute with the management of Cadena SER, and joined Telecinco for its coverage of the FIFA World Cup 2010. Since August 2010, alongside most of the collaborators he had at "Carrusel", including Pepe Domingo Castaño and Manolo Lama, he runs the program Tiempo de Juego at Cadena COPE, direct competitor of Cadena SER.

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