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Radio stations in Sweden / Radiostationer i Sverige

Stockholm radio stationsGothenburg radio stationsMalmö radio stationsUppsala radio stations    more ...

    Radio broadcasting in Sweden began in 1925 (Radiotjänst, Stockholm), FM radio was introduced in 1947 and DAB digital radio in 1995. Swedish Radio – SR (Sveriges Radio) is the national public radio broadcaster with four networks, 25 regional radio stations and international service Radio Sweden, on FM and DAB. First private radio station launched in 1993. Broadcasting is regulated by the Swedish Broadcasting Authority – Myndigheten för radio och TV . Medium wave broadcasting ended in 2010. Currently there are five commercial radio networks and more than 150 local community radio stations in Sweden; over 1100 FM radio transmitters, one DAB digital radio multiplex with national coverage. Primary language on radio is Swedish.

Radio stations in Finland / Radioasemat Suomessa

Helsinki radio stationsTampere radio stationsTurku radio stations    more ...

    Radio broadcasting in Finland began in 1923 (3NB Tampere), FM radio was introduced in 1953. The Finnish Broadcasting Company – Yle (Yleisradio) was founded in 1926 and is the national public broadcaster with five radio networks, 18 regional radio stations and international service Yle Mondo on FM. First private radio station launched in 1985. Broadcasting is regulated by the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority – FICORA (Viestintävirasto). Medium wave broadcasting ended in 2013. Currently there are fourteen commercial radio networks and 60 local stations in Finland; over 800 FM radio transmitters. Primary language on radio is Finnish, with some stations in Swedish.

   Radio stations in the Aland Islands / Radiostationer i Åland

Mariehamn radio stations

    Founded in 1996, Ålands Radio is the islands' public radio station. Currently there are 12 FM radio transmitters in Åland, including stations from mainland Finland, Sweden, and three local radio stations. Primary language on radio is Swedish.

Radio stations in Denmark / Radiostasjoner i Danmark

Copenhagen radio stationsAalborg radio stationsAarhus radio stationsOdense radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Denmark began in 1924 (Københavns Radiofonistation), FM radio was introduced in 1941 (trial) and 1947 (regular service); DAB digital radio in 1995. Danish Radio – DR (Danmarks Radio) is the national public broadcaster with four networks, 11 regional radio stations and several digital stations, on LW, FM and DAB. First private radio station launched in 1993. Broadcasting is regulated by the Danish Agency for Culture – Kulturstyrelsen . Medium wave broadcasting ended in 2011. Currently there are five commercial radio networks and more than 300 local community stations in Denmark; over 590 FM radio transmitters, one active LW transmitter, one national and three regional DAB digital radio multiplexes. Primary language on radio is Danish.

   Radio stations in the Faroe Islands / Útvarpssendistøð í Føroyar

Tórshavn radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in the Faroe Islands began in 1957 (Útvarp Føroya, Tórshavn). The Faroese Broadcasting Company – KFV (Kringvarp Føroya) is the national public broadcaster. Broadcasting is regulated by the Telecommunication Authority of the Faroe Islands – Fjarskiftiseftirlitið . Currently there are over 57 FM transmitters on the Faroe Islands, including 25 KFV repeaters and local radio stations; KFV have one MW station. Primary languages on radio are Faroese and Danish.

   Radio stations in Greenland / Kalaallit Nunaat Radio

Nuuk radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Greenland began in 1942 (OXI Grønlands Radio, Godthåb). The Greenlandic Broadcasting Corporation – KNR (Kalaallit Nunaata Radioa), founded in 1958, is the national public broadcaster. Broadcasting is regulated by the Greenland Home Rule – Naalakersuisut . Currently there are over 90 FM radio transmitters in Greenland, including 55 KNR repeaters and local radio stations; KNR have three MW stations. Primary languages on radio are Greenlandic and Danish.

Radio stations in Norway / Radiostasjoner i Norge

Oslo radio stationsBergen radio stationsTrondheim radio stationsStavanger radio stations    more ...

    Radio broadcasting in Norway began in 1925 (Kringkastningselskapet, Oslo), FM radio was introduced in 1954 and DAB digital radio in 1995 (trial) and 1999 (regular service). The Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation – NRK (Norsk rikskringkasting) is the national public broadcaster with three analog radio networks, 10 digital stations, 12 regional radio stations, on LW, FM and DAB. First private radio station launched in 1994. Broadcasting is regulated by the Norwegian Media Authority – Medietilsynet . Currently there are seven commercial radio networks and more than 200 local community stations in Norway; over 2900 FM radio transmitters, one LW and one MW transmitter, 16 DAB digital radio multiplexes with more than 900 transmitters. Norway will be the first country in the world to stop radio broadcasts on FM; the switch off is planned to start in January 2017. Primary language on radio is Norwegian.

Radio stations in Iceland / Útvarpstöðvar í Ísland

Reykjavík radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Iceland began in 1930 (TFU Reykjavík). The Icelandic National Broadcasting Service – RÚV (Ríkisútvarpið) is the national public broadcaster with two radio networks on LW and FM. First private radio station launched in 1986. Broadcasting is regulated by the Regulation of Post and Telecommunication in Iceland – PFS . Currently there are five commercial radio networks and many local radio stations in Iceland; over 300 FM radio transmitters, two active LW transmitters. Primary language on radio is Icelandic.

Radio stations in Estonia / Raadiojaamad Eestis

Tallinn radio stationsTartu radio stationsNarva radio stationsPärnu radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Estonia began in 1926 (Raadio-Ringhääling, Tallinn), FM radio was introduced in 1956 (65.8-74 MHz) and 1991 (87.5-108 MHz). Estonian Public Broadcasting – ERR (Eesti Rahvusringhääling) is the national public broadcaster with four radio national networks and one local station on FM. First private radio station launched in 1992. Broadcasting is regulated by the Technical Surveillance Authority – TJA . Currently there are fifteen commercial radio networks and many local radio stations in Estonia; 169 FM radio transmitters, one active MW transmitter. Primary language on radio is Estonian, with some stations in Russian.

Radio stations in Latvia / Radiostacijas Latvijā

Riga radio stationsDaugavpils radio stationsLiepaja radio stationsVentspils radio stations    more ...

    Radio broadcasting in Latvia began in 1925 (Radiofon, Riga), FM radio was introduced in 1955 (65.8-74 MHz) and 1991 (87.5-108 MHz), DAB digital radio in 2016. Latvian Radio – Latvijas Radio is the national public radio broadcaster with five networks and one local station on FM. First private radio station launched in 1991. Broadcasting is regulated by the National Electronic Media Council – NEPLP . Currently there are fourteen commercial radio networks and many local radio stations in Latvia; 234 FM radio transmitters, one active MW transmitter. Primary language on radio is Latvian, with some stations in Russian.

Radio stations in Lithuania / Lietuvos radijo stotys

Vilnius radio stationsKaunas radio stationsKlaipėda radio stationsPanevėžys radio stationsŠiauliai radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Lithuania began in 1926 (Lietuvos radijas, Kaunas), first radio in Vilnius was established in 1928 (Polskie Radio Wilno), FM radio was introduced in 1958 (65.8-74 MHz) and 1991 (87.5-108 MHz). Lithuanian National Radio and Television – LRT (Lietuvos nacionalinis radijas ir televizija) is the national public broadcaster with three radio networks on FM. First private radio station launched in 1989. Broadcasting is regulated by the Radio and Television Commission of Lithuania – LRTK . Currently there are fifteen commercial radio networks and many local radio stations in Lithuania; 260 FM radio transmitters, one active MW and one SW station. Primary language on radio is Lithuanian, with some stations in Russian.


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