RRI Summer Broadcasting Schedule
RRI Summer Broadcasting Schedule A17 frequencies are valid as of March 26, to October 28, 2017. English language program of RRI Summer Broadcasting Schedule using the following SW broadcast frequencies.
|WESTERN EUROPE||05.30 – 06.00||7,330 (DRM); 9,620|
|11.00 – 12.00||13,770 ; 15,130|
|17.00 – 18.00||11,810 ; 13,660|
|20.30 – 21.00||6,170 ; 9,535 (DRM)|
|22.00 – 23.00||7,430 ; 9,760|
|SOUTH-EAST AFRICA||11.00 – 12.00||17,670 ; 21,570|
|NORTH AMERICA (East Coast)||20.30 – 21.00||9,610 ; 11,850|
|00.00 – 01.00||7,375 ; 9,730|
|NORTH AMERICA (West Coast)||03.00 – 04.00||7,375 ; 9,730|
|JAPAN||22.00 – 23.00||7,325 ; 9,790|
|INDIA + AUSTRALIA||05.30 – 06.00||17,760 ; 21,500|
|INDIA||03.00 – 04.00||11,825 ; 15,220 (DRM)|
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Radio Romania International (RRI)
Radio Romania International, is a Romanian radio station. The Romanian Public Radio Broadcaster (SRR) is the owner of RRI to broadcast program abroad. Radio Romania International known as Radio Bucharest up to the year 1989. The SRR produces and broadcasts programs in Romanian and other languages. The main objectives of SRR is to promote the image of Romania, and her internal and external politics for worldwide auditorium.
The first experimental radio programs broadcast from Romania for foreign listeners in 1927. It was a music program with a 200W power and operating in the 280m band. The first official broadcast in Romanian was aired on 01 November 1928, over a 400 Watt transmitter, in the 401.6 meter band. The first formal broadcasts in foreign languages of the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Corporation (SRR) were conceived in the early 1930s.
In December 1989, Radio Bucharest became Radio Romania International and the RRI services turned towards the future. Once again it going to build a bridge between Romania and the democratic world and re-establishing the link between Romanians home and abroad.
Radio Romania International was re-organized into two international stations: RRI 1 and RRI 2. RRI 1, broadcasting in Romanian round the clock, and also in the Aromanian dialect. RRI 2 – Radio Romania International, broadcasting in 10 foreign languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Serbian, Spanish, Russian and Ukrainian.
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