Hugo Delgado Nachtigall

Hugo Delgado Nachtigall

Chairman of the board of GRUPORPP. Former member of the Governing Board of Confederación Nacional de Instituciones Empresariales Privadas - Confiep (2011-2013). He has been member of the Governing Board of Sociedad Nacional de Radio y Televisión three times: as president (2011-2012), treasurer (2013-2014) and secretary (2015-present). He is not affiliated to any political party

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Manuel Delgado Parker

Honorary President and founder of the RPP GROUP. Peruvian businessman whose family plays an important part in the history of telecommunications in Peru.He is the youngest son of Genaro Delgado Parker and Rachel Brandt Murguía. He is married to Frieda Nachtigall Valderrama, with whom he had six children: Hugo, Manuel, Frida, Úrsula, Claudia and Nathalia. He was administrator of Radio Panamericana in its beginnings and manager of Panamericana Television. After the law of expropriation of official media communication during the government of General Velasco (1971), he went into voluntary exile to Central America and the US for eight years. Upon his return, he transformed RPP into a 24-hour informative radio station. In 1998 he sold his stake in Panamericana Televisión to Ernesto Schutz Landazuri and acquired 100% of shares of the radio. He formed the RPP Group with his children. * Vice president of the board of GRUPORPP. Bachelor in Business Administration from the Universidad de Lima. General manager of at least 15 real estate –related companies in various parts of the country.He was part of the board of Rokmaster Resources Corp., mining company based in Vancouver. Business associate of BO Consulting S.A., Peruvian company which gives consultations to companies in the mining area. He is not affiliated to any political party.

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ALEGRÍA, Alonso. OAX: Crónica de la radio en el Perú (1925-1990). Lima, Radioprogramas Editores (2° edición), 1993.

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