In 1976, a group of 20 people felt the need for a new radio in Francisco Beltrão. After acquiring the first license for operation, Educator AM radio aired in 1978. Those responsible for this new achievement for the city were Élcio Tomazoni, Enio Lorenzetti, Domingos Bertaioli, Júlio Opolski, Abdala Kit, Cláudio Liston, Altair I Luiz Alberto de Oliveira, Joao Batista Manfroi, Ronaldo Tramujas, Antônio Anghinoni, Moacir Dal 'Oglio, Fernandes Martinelli, Boaventura Teixeira da Luz, Aryzone Mendes de Araujo, Clodoveo Franciosi, Miguel da Silva, Túlio Zanchet, Jorge Camilotti and Tânia Pesente ( daughter of Victor Pesente).
At first, because of lived time, the purpose of radio was political. But over time, most parties were being formed, which led to changes in the station's goals. Policy has become commercial. The Educator then went on to be free, without distinction of parties and religion, and always with the concern to enhance the accuracy of the facts. Given this history of transformations, Educator AM radio won credibility among listeners.
The quality of the radio can be checked with the evolution and growth of the company. Today, the station has its own headquarters and includes the work of 29 employees and three directors, Vera Schimitz, (general manager) Moacir Dal'Oglio Son (CFO).
Even with 32 years of experience, the Radio Educator today is getting closer to the listeners, with the concern of every day to keep the main characteristic of being "People's Radio" with ethics and responsibility.