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List of international radio broadcasters

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International radio broadcasters are legally licensed stations that broadcast from a host nation to another nation or nations. Such stations are operated both as non-commercial enterprises such as the BBC World Service, and commercial operations such as WWCR. The following is a list of such stations with links to entries about each one:

Contents

A

  • Voice of America - broadcasting from studios in Washington, D.C., United States, and transmitting by a network of terrestrial transmitters in various countries linked by the use of global satellite services.
  • Radiodifusión Argentina al Exterior
  • Radio Australia
  • Radio Free Asia
  • B

  • BBC World Service - broadcasting from studios at Broadcasting House in London, England; (Bush House until June 2012 and transmitting by a network of terrestrial transmitters in various countries linked by the use of global satellite services.
  • Radio Bulgaria
  • C

  • Radio Cairo (ERTU; Egypt)
  • Radio Canada International
  • Channel Africa (South Africa)
  • Voice of Croatia
  • China Radio International
  • CVC
  • D

  • Democratic Voice of Burma - Burmese opposition broadcasting service based in Oslo, Norway.
  • Deutsche Welle - the official international broadcasting service of Germany.
  • E

  • Radio Exterior de España (international section of Radio Nacional de España; Spain)
  • Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty - a non-profit organization in Prague, founded by the US-Government and the National Committee for a Free Europe
  • F

  • Radio France Internationale - Radio France Internationale (RFI)
  • G

  • Voice of Greece
  • H

  • Radio Habana Cuba
  • HCJB (Ecuador)
  • I

  • All India Radio Official website Url www.allindiaradio.org and www.newsonair.nic.in
  • Voice of Indonesia
  • Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting
  • Israel Radio International
  • J

  • Radio Japan - Radio Japan offers live radio programs on the Internet which are originally aired outside Japan over short-wave. www.nhk.or.jp
  • K

  • Voice of Kenya
  • KBS World Radio (the former Radio Korea International, Radio Korea and Voice of Free Korea; South Korea)
  • Voice of Korea (the former Radio Pyongyang; North Korea)
  • L

  • Radio Luxembourg
  • M

  • Voice of Malaysia
  • Magyar Rádió (Hungary)
  • Médi 1 (also known as Radio Méditerranée Internationale)
  • N

  • Radio Nepal
  • Radio Netherlands - the Dutch international radio service.
  • Radio New Zealand
  • O

  • Austrian Radio Ö1 International (the former Radio Austria International)
  • P

  • Radio Prague (Czech Republic)
  • Polskie Radio (the former Radio Polonia; Poland)
  • RDP Internacional (Rádio e Televisão de Portugal) Portugal
  • R

  • Radio Canada International
  • Radio RAI International (Italy)
  • Radio Romania International
  • Voice of Russia - the former Radio Moscow
  • S

  • Singapore Broadcasting Corporation
  • Radio Slovakia International
  • Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation
  • SR International - Radio Sweden
  • T

  • Radio Taiwan International (the former Voice of Free China)
  • Radio Thailand (Other Name is National Broadcasting Services of Thailand)
  • Radio Tirana (Albania)
  • Trans World Radio
  • Voice of Turkey
  • U

  • Radio Ukraine International
  • United Nations Radio
  • V

  • Vatican Radio
  • Voice of Vietnam
  • Radio Vlaanderen Internationaal (Belgium)
  • W

  • WRN Broadcast
  • References

    List of international radio broadcasters Wikipedia


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