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Radio stations in France / Stations de radio en France

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    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. Outre-Mer 1ère is the public network for French overseas departments and territories, while France Médias Monde provides external service, including Radio France Internationale – RFI . First private radio station launched in 1981. Broadcasting is regulated by the Superior Council of Audiovisual – CSA . Traffic radio is available on all major roads via low-power transmitters network on 107.7 FM. Medium wave transmissions ceased in 2015. Currently there are 18 national commercial networks and 850 local stations in France, using 8600 FM transmitters; one active LW and one SW stations; DAB digital radio with 17 local multiplexes in three cities. Primary language on radio is French.

Radio stations in Monaco / Stations de radio à Monaco

Monaco radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Monaco began in 1943 (Radio Monte-Carlo), DAB digital radio was introduced in 2012. Radio broadcasting in the Principality is provided by Monaco Media Diffusion - MMD (formerly Monte-Carlo Radiodiffusion). Currently there are 22 FM radio stations and two DAB multiplexes in Monaco. MMD also operates one LW and one MW transmitters. Primary language on radio is French, with some stations in Italian, English, Russian and Arabic.

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

Brussels radio stationsAntwerp radio stationsGhent radio stationsLiège radio stationsCharleroi radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Belguim began in 1923 (Radio-Belgique, Brussels), FM radio was introduced in 1961 and DAB digital radio in 1997. Belgium has three public broadcasters, one for each national language: RTBF in French, VRT in Dutch and BRF in German. First private radio station launched in 1980. Broadcasting is regulated by three media authorities: CSA for Wallonia and Brussels, VRM for Flemish region and Medienrat for German community. Currently there are 240 radio stations in Belgium, using 830 FM and 2 MW transmitters; DAB digital radio with three multiplexes on 39 transmitters. Primary languages on radio are French, Dutch and German.

   Radio stations in Flanders / Radiozenders in Vlaanderen

Antwerp radio stationsGhent radio stations

    The Flemish Radio and Television Broadcasting Organisation - VRT (Vlaamse Radio- en Televisieomroeporganisatie) is main public broadcaster with five FM stations and four Digital-only stations. Broadcasting is regulated by thе Flemish Regulator for the Media - VRM . Primary language on radio is Dutch.

   Radio stations in Wallonia / Stations de radio en Wallonie

Liège radio stationsCharleroi radio stations

    Belgian Francophone Radio-Television - RTBF (Radio Télévision Belge Francophone) is the main public broadcaster in the region with five FM stations and international service on MW. Belgian Broadcasting - BRF (Belgischer Rundfunk) is the German-language public broadcaster with two FM stations. Broadcasting is regulated by the Superior Council of Audiovisual - CSA for Wallonia and Brussels and Medienrat for German community. Primary language on radio is French, with some stations in German.

Radio stations in Luxembourg / Radiossenderen zu Lëtzebuerg

Luxembourg radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Luxembourg began in 1924. Radio Luxembourg makes its first regular long wave broadcast in 1933, on MW from 1948, 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

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    Radio broadcasting in the Netherlands began in 1919 (PCGG Nederlandsche Radio-Industrie, The Hague), FM radio was introduced in 1954 and DAB digital radio in 2004. Nederlandse Publieke Omroep - NPO is the main public broadcaster, with 3 national, 4 regional stations and several digital channels, including external service Radio Netherlands Worldwide. First private radio station launched in 1988. Broadcasting is regulated by the Dutch Media Authority – CvdM . Currently there are 9 national commercial networks and 250 local stations in the Netherlands, using 738 FM and several MW transmitters; DAB digital radio with 3 national and 6 regional multiplexes on 123 transmitters. Primary languages on radio is Dutch.


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