..and sunday, they do a different style ID. It's too bad most radio here is directional.
Thanks for the answers. I suspect the 570 is probably 100KW but other people told me it's just 10KW which is hard to believe but then again, Cuba is an island. Radio waves like water.
if anyone in here knows the power output (and where each translator is located) let me know. I know RR serves a bunch of cities down in central america as i heard different cities mentioned at the top of the hour pudding. (what we call IDS re- pink floyd another brick in the wall)
I think that the different cities that you have heard mentioned represent locations within Cuba that have Radio Reloj transmitters. These are scattered throughout the island - some are even on FM (in mono).
As for serving Central America, Radio Reloj does not come in much better in most of that region than it does in the mid Atlantic states. Shaky skywave is usually as good as it gets. A possible exception might be coastal Honduras and/or Belize - I haven't tested it there. But in Costa Rica and Nicaragua, the Columbians seem to boom in better than Radio Reloj.
As David indicated, "Radio Reloj" is a popular moniker in much of Latin America - usually for all news or N/T stations. San Jose, CR has one that even has the clock ticking in the background, much like the original.