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European Radio Map: France and Benelux

Carte européenne de radio: France-Benelux / Europese radio-kaart: Frankrijk-Benelux


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Radio stations in France / Stations de radio en France

    Radio broadcasting in France began in 1921 (Tour Eiffel, Paris), FM radio was introduced in 1954 and DAB digital radio in 2010. Radio France is the main public radio broadcaster, with 6 national and 44 regional networks, External service RFI 1st Overseas Network Réseau Outre-Mer première and several digital channels, including external service xxx. Broadcasting is regulated by the Council xxx – XXX . Currently there are xx national networks and xx local stations in XxX, using xx FM and xx AM transmitters; DAB digital radio with xx multiplexes on xx transmitters. Primary language on radio is French.

Radio stations in Monaco / Stations de radio à Monaco

    Radio broadcasting in Monaco began in 19xx (Station, Paris), FM radio was introduced in 19xx and DAB digital radio in 20xx. Xxxx – Xxxx, XXX is the main public radio broadcaster, with x national, x regional networks and several digital channels, including external service xxx. Broadcasting is regulated by the Council xxx – XXX . Currently there are xx national networks and xx local stations in XxX, using xx FM and xx AM transmitters; DAB digital radio with xx multiplexes on xx transmitters. Primary language on radio is French.

Radio stations in Belguim / Stations de radio en Belgique / Radiozenders in België

    Radio broadcasting in Belguim began in 19xx (Station, Paris), FM radio was introduced in 19xx and DAB digital radio in 20xx. Xxxx – Xxxx, XXX is the main public radio broadcaster, with x national, x regional networks and several digital channels, including external service xxx. Broadcasting is regulated by the Council xxx – XXX . Currently there are xx national networks and xx local stations in XxX, using xx FM and xx AM transmitters; DAB digital radio with xx multiplexes on xx transmitters. Primary languages on radio are French and Dutch.

 └ Radio stations in Flanders / Radiozenders in Vlaanderen

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 └ Radio stations in Wallonia / Stations de radio en Wallonie

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Radio stations in Luxembourg / Radiossenderen zu Lëtzebuerg

    Radio broadcasting in Luxembourg began in 1924. Radio Luxembourg makes its first regular long wave broadcast in 1933, on FM from 1962. Radio Télévision Luxembourg, RTL is the main national broadcaster. Broadcasting is regulated by the Luxembourg Independent Audiovisual Authority – Autorité luxembourgeoise indépendante de l'audiovisuel, ALIA . Currently there are 16 radio stations in Luxembourg, using 31 FM transmitters and one remaining LW transmitter. Medium wave broadcasting ended in 2015. Primary languages on radio are Luxembourgish, German and French.

Radio stations in the Netherlands / Radiozenders in Nederland

    Radio broadcasting in the Netherlands began in 1919 (PCGG - Nederlandsche Radio-Industrie, The Hague), FM radio was introduced in 19xx and DAB digital radio in 20xx. Dutch Public Broadcasting – Nederlandse Publieke Omroep, NPO is the main public broadcaster, with 4 national, 4 regional stations and several digital channels., including external service Radio Netherlands Worldwide. Broadcasting is regulated by the Council xxx – XXX . Currently there are xx national networks and xx local stations in XxX, using xx FM and xx AM transmitters; DAB digital radio with xx multiplexes on xx transmitters. Primary languages on radio is Dutch.


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