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Radio stations in Bulgaria / Радиостанции в България

Sofia radio stationsPlovdiv radio stationsVarna radio stationsBurgas radio stations    more ...

    Radio broadcasting in Bulgaria began in 1929 (Radio Sofia). Bulgarian National Radio – BNR (Българско национално радио), founded in 1935, is the national public radio broadcaster with two national networks, 10 regional stations, international service Radio Bulgaria in 10 languages and 10 online musical channels. Broadcasting is regulated by the Council for Electronic Media – CEM (Съвет за електронни медии). Currently there are twenty commercial radio networks and over 40 local and regional radio stations in Bulgaria; over 580 FM radio transmitters, one active MW station and one SW station. Primary language on radio is Bulgarian.

Radio stations in Macedonia / Радиостаници во Македонија

Skopje radio stationsBitola radio stationsKumanovo radio stations    more ...

    Radio broadcasting in Vardar Macedonia began in 1941 (Radio Skoplje). Macedonian Radio Television – MRT (Македонска радио-телевизија), founded in 1945, is the national public broadcaster with three radio networks and international service Radio Macedonia. Broadcasting is regulated by the Agency for Audio and Audiovisual Media Services – AVMU (Агенција за аудио и аудиовизуелни медиумски услуги). Currently there are four commercial radio networks and many local radio stations in Macedonia; over 290 FM radio transmitters and one active MW station. Primary languages on radio are Macedonian and Albanian.

Radio stations in Serbia / Радио станице у Србији

Belgrade radio stationsNovi Sad radio stationsNiš radio stationsKragujevac radio stations    more ...

    Radio broadcasting in Serbia began in 1924 (Radio Beograd-Rakovica). Radio-Television of Serbia – RTS (Радио-телевизија Србије), founded in 1929, is the main public broadcaster with three national radio channels. First private radio station launched in 1989. Broadcasting is regulated by the Regulatory Autority for Electronic Media – REM (Регулаторно тело за електронске медије). Currently there are seven commercial radio networks and many local radio stations in Serbia; over 470 FM radio transmitters and one active MW station. Primary language on radio is Serbian, with some stations in Hungarian (Vojvodina).

    Radio stations in Vojvodina / Радио станице у Војводини

Novi Sad radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Vojvodina began in 1949 (Radio Novi Sad). Radio-Television of Vojvodina – RTV (Радио-телевизија Војводине) is the region's main public broadcaster with four radio channels. Primary language on radio is Serbian, with some stations in Hungarian.

Radio stations in Kosovo / Radiostacione në Kosovë

Pristina radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Kosovo began in 1941 (Radio Prizreni). Radio-Television of Kosovo – RTK (Radio Televizioni i Kosovës) is the national public broadcaster with two radio channels. Broadcasting is regulated by the Independent Media Commission – KPM (Komisioni i Pavarur për Media). Currently there are five commercial radio networks and many local radio stations in the Republic of Kosovo; over 80 FM radio transmitters and one active MW station. Primary language on radio is Albanian, with some stations in Serbian.

Radio stations in Albania / Radiostacione në Shqipëri

Tirana radio stationsVlora radio stationsShkodra radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Albania began in 1937 (ZAA Radio Tirana). Albanian Radio and Television – RTSH (Radio Televizioni Shqiptar) is the national public broadcaster with three domestic radio channels and an international service - Radio Tirana International . Broadcasting is regulated by the Audiovisual Media Authority – AMA (Autoriteti i mediave audiovizive). Currently there are nine commercial radio networks and many local radio stations in Albania; over 170 FM radio transmitters. Primary language on radio is Albanian.

Radio stations in Montenegro / Radio stanice u Crnoj Gori

Podgorica radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Montenegro began in 1941 (Radio Cettigne). Radio and Television of Montenegro – RTCG (Radio i Televizija Crne Gore) is the national public broadcaster with two radio channels. Broadcasting is regulated by the Agency for Electronic Media – AEM (Agencija za elektronske medije). Currently there are eight commercial radio networks and many local radio stations in Montenegro; over 220 FM radio transmitters. Primary language on radio is Montenegrin.

Radio stations in Bosnia and Hercegovina / Radio stanice u Bosni i Hercegovini

Sarajevo radio stationsBanja Luka radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Sarajevo began in 1942 (Hrvatski krugoval, Sarajevo). Bosnian-Herzegovinian Radio-Television – BHRT (Radio-televizija Bosne i Hercegovine) is the country's main public broadcaster with one radio station. Broadcasting is regulated by the Agency for Electronic Media – RAK (Regulatorna agencija za komunikacije). Currently there are several commercial radio networks and many local radio stations in Bosnia and Herzegovina; over 430 FM radio transmitters and two MW stations. Primary languages on radio are Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian.

    Radio stations in Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina / Radio stanice u Federaciji BiH

Sarajevo radio stations

    Radio-Television of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina – RTVFBiH (Radio-televizija Federacije Bosne i Hercegovine) is the entity's main public broadcaster with one radio station. Primary languages on radio are Bosnian and Croatian.

    Radio stations in Republika Srpska / Радио станице у Републици Српској

Banja Luka radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Banja Luka began in 1942 (Hrvatski krugoval, Banja Luka). Radio-Television of Republika Srpska – RTRS (Радио-телевизија Републике Српске) is the entity's main public broadcaster with one radio station. Primary language on radio is Serbian.

Radio stations in Romania / Posturi de radio în România

Bucharest radio stationsTimișoara radio stationsCluj-Napoca radio stationsConstanța radio stations    more ...

    Radio broadcasting in Romania began in 1925 (Bucharest). Radio Romania – SRR (Societatea Română de Radiodifuziune), founded in 1928, is the national public radio broadcaster with four national networks, 8 regional stations, international service Radio Romania International on Shortwave in 13 languages. Broadcasting is regulated by the National Audiovisual Council – CNA (Consiliul Național al Audiovizualului). Currently there are thirteen commercial radio networks and many local radio stations in Romania; over 900 FM radio transmitters, 196 MW stations and two SW stations. Primary language on radio is Romanian, with some stations in Hungarian (Transilvania).

Radio stations in Republic of Moldova / Posturi de radio în Republica Moldova

Chișinău radio stationsBălți radio stationsComrat radio stationsTaraclia radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Chișinău began in 1939 (Radio Besarabia, Ținutul Nistru). Teleradio-Moldova – TRM is the national public broadcaster with three radio channels. Broadcasting is regulated by the Council for Coordination on the audiovisual activity – CCA (Consiliul Coordonator al Audiovizualului). Currently there are twelve commercial radio networks and many local radio stations in Moldova; over 260 FM radio transmitters (65.8-74.0 and 87.5-108.0 MHz), three active MW transmitters. Primary language on radio is Romanian, with some stations in Russian, Bulgarian and Gagauz (Gagauzia).

    Radio stations in Gagauzia / Радиостанции в Гагаузии

Comrat radio stations

    Gagauzia Radio Television – GRT (Gagauziya Radio Televizionu) is the autonomy's main public broadcaster with one radio station. Primary languages on radio are Gagauz and Russian.

Radio stations in Transnistria / Радиостанции в Приднестровье

Tiraspol radio stationsRybnitsa radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Soviet Moldavia began in 1930 (RV57 Tiraspol). Transdniestrian State TV and Radio Company – PGTRK (Приднестровская Государственная Телерадиокомпания) is the government broadcaster with two radio channels. Broadcasting is regulated by the State Service of Mass Media – GSSMI (Государственная служба средств массовой информации). Currently there are several local commercial FM radio stations and radio relays from Russia, a well as three powerful MW transmitters in Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic. Primary language on radio is Russian.


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