Rádio Gaúcha was founded on February 8, 1927. On July 3, 1957, it was acquired by Maurício Sirotsky Sobrinho and Arnaldo Ballvé, becoming the nucleus of Grupo RBS. In 1994, Gaúcha started satellite broadcasting as the Gaúcha SAT Network, which is currently available in seven Brazilian states on over 143 affiliate stations.
A leader in journalism and sports, Rádio Gaúcha also has offices in Santa Maria, Pelotas and Caxias do Sul, in the countryside of Rio Grande do Sul, each one of them with their own programming. Operating in AM and FM, it is distributed across all platforms, with 100% digital sound, to facilitate access for its listeners. The programming is focused on broadcasting sports events and hard news, always rapidly reporting on major events in the state, the country and the world.
The station can be heard on the frequencies 600 KHz AM and 93.7 MHz FM. Listens can also hear Rádio Gaúcha SM on 105.7 MHz FM in Santa Maria, Rádio Gaúcha Serra on 102.7 MHz FM in the city of Caxias do Sul and Rádio Gaúcha Zona Sul on 102.1 FM, in the cities of Pelotas and Rio Grande. The Gaúcha is also digital, through its iOS and Android apps and its content published on the site, blogs, and profiles on the biggest social networks.