Honduran radio station Radio Globois broadcasting again after attackers pulled the plug on it Sunday, its director announced Monday.
David Romero said the station was "alive," and no one was to silence it.
Men in facemasks entered the radio station Sunday night and destroyed the equipment during the broadcast of a concert promoted by the National Front of Resistance. The resistance group is against the June 28 coup that ousted President Manuel Zelaya.
Romero told Nicaragua's official radio La Nueva Radio Ya that for the most part, Radio Globo's broadcast had been restored. Yet it would take many weeks before the restoration was complete.
Radio Globo is owned by two of Zelaya's supporters, Eduardo Maldonado and Alejandro Villatoro.