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Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy – The Definitive Edition Full Song List Confirmed

IGN Insider 10 Nov 2021
The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition, Rockstar has released a full song list for all radio stations from across the three games ... Kay – MonolithDom & Ryme Tyme – Iceberg Head Radio ... No music tracks (talk radio)Grand Theft Auto ... No music tracks (talk radio)K-Chat. No music tracks (talk radio)Grand Theft Auto ... No music tracks (talk radio).
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Mapping Venezuela’s shrinking radio landscape

CPJ 30 Sep 2020
Mapping Venezuela’s shrinking radio landscape ... The precarious nature of its economy and society extended to the information landscape—in large part due to a decade-long effort by Venezuelan authorities to force radio stations off the air ... A woman cries at the CNB Radio headquarters in Maracaibo, Venezuela, on August 1, 2009.
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OK Radio de Maracaibo

ZDNet 09 Oct 2017
A very traditional radio station in the city of Maracaibo, Zulia State, Venezuela -For all those who from early morning put our dials... .
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Associated Press bias obvious even in Thatcher, Chavez obituaries

Fox News 10 Apr 2013
Even in death, conservatives can’t get an even break – especially from the Associated Press. Writer J.P ... It was obvious which one AP chose ... and called then-President George W. Bush “the devil” who smelled of “sulfur.” ...   ... Feb ... Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez gestures during his radio and television show 'Hello President' in Maracaibo, Venezuela ... .
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Associated Press bias obvious even in Thatcher, Chavez obits

Fox News 09 Apr 2013
Even in death, conservatives can’t get an even break – especially from the Associated Press. Writer J.P ... It was obvious which one AP chose ... and called then-President George W. Bush “the devil” who smelled of “sulfur.” ...   ... Feb ... Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez gestures during his radio and television show 'Hello President' in Maracaibo, Venezuela ... .
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For Chavez impersonator, cancer is no laughing matter

Denver Post 26 Jan 2013
Rios, 40, first did his Chavez impression on a radio show called "Con Las Pilas Puestas" ("With the Batteries On") in Maracaibo, a city along the western coast of Venezuela that is his family's hometown ... He had no contacts, no real way of making a name for himself in radio again.
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For Chavez impersonator, cancer no laughing matter

Jakarta Post 26 Jan 2013
Rios first did his Chavez impression on a radio show called "Con Las Pilas Puestas" — "With the Batteries On" — in Maracaibo, a city along the western coast of Venezuela that is his family's hometown ... He had no contacts, no real way of making a name for himself in radio again.
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For Chavez impersonator, cancer no laughing matter - Wire National News - The Sacramento Bee ...

Sacramento Bee 25 Jan 2013
Rios first did his Chavez impression on a radio show called "Con Las Pilas Puestas" - "With the Batteries On" - in Maracaibo, a city along the western coast of Venezuela that is his family's hometown ... He had no contacts, no real way of making a name for himself in radio again.
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>For Chavez impersonator, cancer no laughing matter

Seattle Post 25 Jan 2013
Rios first did his Chavez impression on a radio show called "Con Las Pilas Puestas" — "With the Batteries On" — in Maracaibo, a city along the western coast of Venezuela that is his family's hometown ... He had no contacts, no real way of making a name for himself in radio again.
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Venezuelan experts probe police shooting

Lexington Herald-Leader 20 Mar 2012
Karen Berendique died after being shot by police on Friday night at an unmarked checkpoint in the western city of Maracaibo, the authorities said ... He told the Venezuelan radio station Union Radio that at 9 p.m ... "No police officer has a right to use weapons that way," Chavez said, according to state radio.
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Venezuelan reporter's kidnap ordeal

The Guardian 16 Aug 2011
Gunmen forced Venezuelan reporter Carlos Sánchez into a car after he left the offices of Radio Fe y Alegría in the city of Maracaibo in western Venezuela ...
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Venezuela begins shutdown of 34 radio stations

The Star 02 Aug 2009
CARACAS (Reuters) - More than a dozen of 34 radio stations ordered shut by the Venezuelan government went off the air on Saturday, part of President Hugo Chavez's drive to extend his socialist revolution to the media. A woman cries at the CNB Radio headquarters in Maracaibo August 1, 2009.
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Chavez pulls plug on Venezuela broadcasters

Inquirer 02 Aug 2009
Conatel's head, Diosdado Cabello, said Friday that 32 radio stations and two television stations would be shut down in the latest bid to tighten reins on the media as Chavez advances his leftist-populist program ... One of the leading radio networks silenced Saturday was CNB—with five affiliates in Caracas, Valencia, Maracaibo, San Cristobal, and Coro.
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Chavez: Next gift for Obama authored by Lenin

Kansas City Star 30 May 2009
Miraflores Press Office In this photo released by Miraflores Press Office, Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gesture during his radio and television show "Hello President" in Maracaibo, Venezuela, Thursday, May 28, 2009.
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Venezuela's Chavez Launches 4-Day Talkathon

ABC News 29 May 2009
In this photo released by Miraflores Press Office, Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gesture during his radio and television show "Hello President" in Maracaibo, Venezuela, Thursday, May 28, 2009. Chavez began what he says will be a marathon four-day television and radio program as he marks the 10th anniversary of his program.

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