announcer Carlos Atámpiz died

announcer Carlos Atámpiz died
announcer Carlos Atámpiz died

This Tuesday, November 21, San Juan radio painfully bids farewell to one of its greatest references. The renowned announcer Carlos Atámpiaz, who had a career of almost 40 years on different local radio stations, passed away.

The news of his death was known around noon this Tuesday and almost immediately messages of condolences for his family and farewell messages for the deceased communicator began to multiply.

According to what Carlos himself communicated on his networks, he had been working on different radio stations in the province for more than 36 years. He passed through Radio Colón and the Radio Blu signal. However, many will remember him as one of the voices of sports broadcasts, mainly cycling on Radio La Voz.

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So many years of work as a communicator earned him different recognitions, one of the most recent was in 2022 when he was nominated for the Golden Microphone awards in the Best Animation and Event Management category.

“Carlitos, how you are going to be missed!!! Your laughter, advice and that high spirit, your sensitivity, how we laugh at the temptations on the air on the radio and occurrences, God receives you with outstretched arms and gives us resignation, to your family, Alejandra, and your closest ones. Your departure hurts,” Roxana González published.

Carlos himself, in a message from a few years ago, wrote: “Rarely do we have the opportunity to say that we achieved our dream… my dream was always radio… that is my passion… after 33 years doing radio I can to say that my dream is fulfilled… I did what I liked… and I enjoyed it… thanks to everyone who allowed me to do radio… I hope to continue enjoying this for many years…” he wrote in In 2020, this man who dedicated part of his life to accompanying thousands of listeners.


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