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Radio stations in Greece / Ραδιοφωνικοί σταθμοί στην Ελλάδα

Athens radio stationsThessaloniki radio stationsPatras radio stationsHeraklion radio stations    more ...

    Radio broadcasting in Greece began in 1928 (Thessaloniki). Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation – ERT (Ελληνική Ραδιοφωνία Τηλεόραση), founded in 1938, is the national public broadcaster, with 4 national radio networks and 20 regional branches on MW/FM and international service (The Voice of Greece) on Shortwave in 9 languages. FM broadcasting launched in 1977, first private radio station opened in 1988. Broadcasting is regulated by the National Council for Radio and Television – NCRTV (Εθνικό Συμβούλιο Ραδιοτηλεόρασης). Currently there are over 1400 FM radio stations in Greece, including several commercial radio networks; several Medium wave and 1 Shortwave transmitter; 1 DAB multiplex. Primary language on radio is Greek.
    Area: 131 957 km²; Population: 10.9 million; ITU country code: GRC; callsign prefix: J4, SV~SZ

Radio stations in Cyprus / Ραδιοφωνικοί σταθμοί στην Κύπρο

Nicosia radio stationsLimassol radio stationsLarnaca radio stationsPaphos radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Cyprus began in 1948 (BFBS, Nicosia). Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation – CyBC (Ραδιοφωνικό Ίδρυμα Κύπρου), founded in 1953, is the national public broadcaster, with 4 stations on MW/FM. Broadcasting is regulated by the Cyprus Ratiotelevision Authority – CRTA (Αρχή Ραδιοτηλεόρασης Κύπρου). Currently there are over 130 FM radio stations in the Republic of Cyprus, including several commercial radio networks; several Medium wave transmitters. British Forces Broadcasting Service (BFBS) has radio network in Cyprus. Primary language on radio is Greek, with some stations in English.
    Area: 5 896 km²; Population: 864 thou.; ITU country code: CYP; callsign prefix: 5B, C4, H2, P3

Radio stations in Northern Cyprus / Kuzey Kıbrıs'ta radyoları

North Nicosia radio stationsKyrenia radio stationsFamagusta radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Northern Cyprus began in 1963 (Bayrak Radio, Nicosia). Bayrak Radio Television Corporation – BRTK (Bayrak Radyo Televizyon Kurumu), founded in 1953, is Northern Cyprus' public broadcaster, with 4 stations on AM/FM. First private radio station opened in 1990. Broadcasting is regulated by the Broadcasting High Council – YYK (Yayın Yüksek Kurulu). Currently there are over 60 FM radio stations in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, including several commercial radio networks. Primary language on radio is Turkish.
    Area: 3 355 km²; Population: 328 thou.; ITU country code: none; callsign prefix: none, 1B (unofficial)

Radio stations in Turkey / Türkiye'de radyoları

Ankara radio stationsIstanbul radio stationsBursa radio stationsIzmir radio stations    more ...

    Radio broadcasting in Turkey began in 1927 (İstanbul Radyosu). Turkish Radio and Television Corporation – TRT (Türkiye Radyo ve Televizyon Kurumu), founded in 1963, is the national public broadcaster, with 6 national radio networks and 9 regional stations on MW/FM and international service Voice of Turkey on Shortwave in 41 languages. FM broadcasting launched in 1975, first private radio station opened in 1992. Broadcasting is regulated by the Radio and Television Supreme Council – RTÜK (Radyo Televizyon Üst Kurulu). Currently there are over 4300 FM radio stations in Turkey, including 40 commercial radio networks; 5 Medium wave and 1 Shortwave transmitter; 1 DAB multiplex. Primary language on radio is Turkish.
    Area: 783 562 km²; Population: 80.8 million; ITU country code: TUR; callsign prefix: TA~TC, YM

Radio stations in Azerbaijan / Azərbaycanda radiostansiyaları

Baku radio stationsGanja radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Azerbaijan began in 1926 (RA45 Baku). Azerbaijan Television and Radio Broadcasting Company (Azərbaycan Televiziya və Radio Verilişləri QSC) is the national public broadcaster. Broadcasting is regulated by the National Television and Radio Council – MTRŞ (Milli Televiya və Radio Şurası). Currently there are over 150 FM radio transmitters in Azerbaijan, including several commercial radio networks. Primary language on radio is Azerbaijani.
    Area: 75 142 km²; Population: 9.4 million (excl. Nagorni Karabakh); ITU country code: AZE; callsign prefix: 4J~4K

Radio stations in Armenia / Ռադիոկայաններ Հայաստանում

Yerevan radio stationsGyumri radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Armenia began in 1926 (RA49 Yerevan). Public Radio of Armenia (Հայաստանի Հանրային Ռադիո) is the national public radio broadcaster with 2 national radio networks. Broadcasting is regulated by the National Commission on TV and Radio – NCTR (Հեռուստատեսության և ռադիոյի ազգային հանձնաժողով). Currently there are over 160 FM radio transmitters in Armenia, including several commercial radio networks; 1 Shortwave and 5 Medium wave transmitters. Primary language on radio is Armenian.
    Area: 29 743 km²; Population: 3 million; ITU country code: ARM; callsign prefix: EK

Radio stations in Artsakh / Ռադիոկայաններ Արցախում

Stepanakert radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Artsakh (Nagorni Karabakh) began in 1928 (Stepanakert). Artsakh Public Radio-Television (Արցախի հանրային հեռուստատեսություն) is the national public broadcaster. Broadcasting is regulated by the State Commission on Regulating Public Services and Economic Competition – SCRPSEC (ԼՂՀ Հանրային Ծառայությունները Կարգավորող Հանձնաժողով). Currently there are 10 FM radio transmitters and 1 Shortwave station in Nagorni Karabakh. Primary language on radio is Armenian.
    Area: 11 458 km²; Population: 150 thou.; ITU country code: none, NKR (unofficial); callsign prefix: 4J~4K

Radio stations in Georgia / რადიოსადგურები საქართველოში

Tbilisi radio stationsKutaisi radio stationsBatumi radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Georgia began in 1925 (RA11 Tiflis). Georgian Public Broadcasting – GPB (საქართველოს საზოგადოებრივი მაუწყებელი) is the national public broadcaster with 2 national radio networks. Broadcasting is regulated by the Georgian National Communications Commission – GNCC (საქართველოს კომუნიკაციების ეროვნული კომისია). Currently there are over 180 FM radio transmitters in Georgia, including 10 commercial radio networks. Primary language on radio is Georgian.
    Area: 57 150 km²; Population: 3.7 million; ITU country code: GEO; callsign prefix: 4L

Radio stations in Abkhazia / Аҧсны арадиостанциақәа

Sukhumi radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Abkhazia began in 1932 (Sukhum). Abkhazian State TV and Radio Broadcasting Company (Аҧснытәи ахәынҭқарратә телерадиоеилахәыра) broadcast on FM (65.8-74.0 and 87.5-108.0 MHz), MW and SW. Broadcasting is regulated by the Governance of Telecom and Mass Communications (Аимадареи амассатә коммуникациақәеи рзы аҳәынҭқарратә усбарҭа). Currently there are several local stations and radio relays from Russia. Primary languages on radio are Abkhazian and Russian.
    Area: 8 665 km²; Population: 342 thou.; ITU country code: none, ABK (unofficial); callsign prefix: none, R, UF (unofficial)

Radio stations in South Ossetia / Хуссар Ирыстон радиостанцæтæ

Tskhinvali radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in South Ossetia began in 1932 (Tskhinval). State TV and Radio Company "Ir" (Паддзахадон телерадиокомпани «Ир») broadcast on FM (87.5-108.0 MHz). Broadcasting is regulated by the State Committee for Information and Press (Мыхуыр æмæ информацийы паддзахадон комитет). Currently there are several local stations and radio relays from Russia. Primary languages on radio are Ossetian and Russian.
    Area: 3 900 km²; Population: 53 thou.; ITU country code: none, OSS (unofficial); callsign prefix: none, O1 (unofficial)


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