Nueva Radio Ya
I initially picked it to listen to because I wanted to listen to someone speaking Spanish. After flipping through a lot of FM stations, many full of the kind of 1970s music in English that I didn't want to listen to in the 1970s, I decided it was my best choice for something that would just talk to me. I have now listened enough that I want to comment on its content.
Or, more accurately, I am looking for what others think. It is clearly pro-government (for example, references to Eduardo "La Rata" Montealegre) but rather than political preaching (which can be found on all sides), it is much more pro-people. What I am wondering is how others see their position. That is, is it generally good for Nicaragua, bad for Nicaragua, ...
Neuva radio ya, seems to be very different from most of what you find on the radio. The agenda seems to be showing you that you are part of what is happening. That means both your participation counts and that the government is doing things for you. While some may question whether this is the truth, the reality is that the programming shows participation rather than just dishing out propaganda. It doesn't dwell on comparisons with other administrations—it just talks about what is happening now.
So, are Nicaraguans being duped by slick Communist (or other "-ist") propaganda or is this station just offering real information in a positive light about Nicaragua?