Super Rádio Tupi (or simply Rádio Tupi) is a Brazilian radio station based in Rio de Janeiro. It operates on the 96.5 MHz FM frequency. It was inaugurated in 1935 by journalist Assis Chateaubriand, and has since belonged to the media conglomerate Diários Associados. His studios are located in the Santos Dumont Building, in the Castelo region, downtown Rio de Janeiro. Its FM transmitters are at the top of Morro do Sumaré, in the Rio Comprido neighborhood. Rádio Tupi broadcasts live football matches from many championships such as Brasileirão Serie A, Libertadores da América, Copa do Brasil, Campeonato Carioca, Copa Sul Americana.