ICN Radio

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ICN Radio is an Italian-language radio in the New York metropolitan area, founded in 1983 by Sal Palmeri[1] and since 2006 owned by America Oggi, the only Italian daily newspaper in the United States. The programming consists of a mixed news/talk format along with music. ICN is also an affiliate of Italy's RAI radio network. It claims an audience of 250,000 households.

The station transmits on the 67 kHz subcarrier of WBGO-FM in Newark, New Jersey, but can be heard on the internet at www.ICNRADIO.com.


  1. ^ "Giada Valenti: From Venice With Love: The Italian voice of radio in America: Sal Palmeri". Retrieved 2016-05-06.

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