European Radio Map: Italy, Spain, Portugal
Mappa europea di radio: Italia-Spagna-Portogallo / Mapa europeo de radio: Italia-España-Portugal / Mapa europeu de ràdio: Itàlia-Espanya-Portugal / Europako irrati-mapa: Italia-Espainia-Portugal / Mapa europeu do rádio: Itália-Espanha-Portugal
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Vatican Radio is the official broadcasting station of the Holy See, transmitting in 45 languages on Shortwave (analog and DRM), FM and DAB digital radio, 7 digital channels. Medium wave transmissions ceased in 2016. Currently there are 4 FM radio stations in the Vatican and one DAB multiplex. Primary languages on radio are Latin and Italian, with programmes in 43 other languages.
San Marino RTV (Radiotelevisione di Stato della Repubblica di San Marino) is the public service broadcaster with two radio stations on FM. Broadcasting is regulated by the Economy Department of San Marino Public Administration – PA (Dipartimento Economia). Currently there are 3 radio stations in San Marino. Primary language on radio is Italian.
RTVA , founded in 1989, is the public service broadcaster with two radio stations. Broadcasting is regulated by the Ministry of Public Administration, Transport and Telecommunications – MAPTT . Currently there are 29 radio stations with 36 FM transmitters in Andorra. Medium wave broadcasting ended in 1981. Primary languages on radio are Catalan, Spanish and French.
GBC is the public service broadcaster with two radio stations on AM, FM and DAB. British Forces Broadcasting Service also operates two radio stations on FM and DAB. Broadcasting is regulated by the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority – GRA . Currently there are 4 radio stations in Gibraltar, using 1 AM and 7 FM transmitters. Primary language on radio is English.
RTP , founded in 1935, is the national public broadcaster, with three national radio networks, an international service RDP Internacional and sereval digital stations. First private radio station launched in 1989. Broadcasting is regulated by the Regulatory Authority for the Media – ERC (Entidade Reguladora para a Comunicação Social). Currently there are 9 national commercial networks and 230 local stations in Portugal, using 25 AM and 722 FM transmitters. Primary language on radio is Portuguese.
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