CROATIAN RADIO CLUB NY ESTABLISHMENT
Learn more about how the Croatian Radio Club NY was founded in 1969 at the Croatian Parish of St. Cyril and Methodius and St. Rafael on Manhattan.
CROATIAN RADIO CLUB NY HISTORY
It was in 1969 when a group of Croats gathered in the hall of the old church of the Croatian Parish of St. Cyril and Methodius at 550 West, 50th Street in Manhattan. Their wish is to launch radio shows for the Croatian community in New York and its surroundings.
CROATIAN RADIO CLUB NY BOARD OF DIRECTIONS
The Board of Directions of the Croatian Radio Club now have 7 members. President of Croatian Radio Club NY is Stipe Dumančić, Vice President Ivica Gašparić, Secretary of the Club is Boris Miketić, and Assistant Secretary is Petra Peša. The cashier is Vlado Marić, member of the Supervisory Board is Jerko Brajdić and new member of the Management Board since 2019 is Emil Peša as the Chairman of the Supervisory Board.
SPEAKERS OF CROATIAN RADIO CLUB
The Croatian Radio New York Broadcasts are currently being conducted by 5 speakers, who are also the editors of the show.
These are our longtime leader Boris Miketić, and dear speakers Petra Peša, Sandra Mišić, Silvia Gržetić and Ana Mihaljević, who report every Saturday with the latest news from our Homeland.
MIRO GAL - FIRST RADIO SHOW 22. FEBRUARY 1969
Dear listeners, Croats of New York City, dear friends. On behalf of the Management Board of the newly established Croatian Radio it is a special honor to greet you this way and to tell you these few words.