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The Tanzanian Broadcasting Corporation is a television network. It is Tanzania's national network and is government-owned and operated. Radio broadcasts began on July 1, 1951. Until 1994, there was no single television network operating on mainland Tanzania. The only station of the United Republic was Television Zanzibar (TVZ), which was established in the early 1970s. Whereas other African countries had decided to establish television shortly before or soon after independence Mwalimu Julius Kambarage Nyerere’s cabinet resisted the introduction of television at all, insisting that the medium was too expensive and that Tanzania’s radio coverage was yet too imperfect. Moreover, it was argued that such an expansion would merely serve the upper and wealthy strata of the population as an entertainment medium. On the contrary, television proponents claimed that the medium could be an effective instrument in the national development process since it produced social awareness among the people. As a consequence acceptance of and participation in various development programmes could be ensured. But in June 1974, President Julius Nyerere settled the matter by saying: "When we have a satellite that would make it possible to cover the whole country I will go for television ... and not until then.“ As a result, the schemes of many institutions, such as UNESCO, Swedish Telecommunications Administration (Swedtel), Nippon Electric Corporation, or the British Marconi Company, were simply archived. In addition, the importation of TV sets was banned by law in 1974. Despite this, after the launch of many private TV Stations the government decided that in 2001 it awarded a TV channel to TBC.
Tendance Ouest est la 1ère radio indépendante de Normandie. La radio est créée le 22 novembre 1982 au 1er étage du centre d'impression de La Manche libre par Joseph Leclerc, avec l'aide de François-Xavier Paris (directeur) secondé par Thierry Fréret, Jacques Perrote et Benoit de La Croix, permanents de la station. Elle regroupe prés de 80 bénévoles. Le slogan de la radio est alors « Radio-Manche, la radio du Pays ». La personnalité des émissions est très différente de ce qu'on entend aujourd'hui, il n'y a alors ni format ni ton d'antenne préconçus.
THE BEAT 99.9FM is a full-service station with local and international entertainment news, topical news, sports, weather and traffic information all rolled into hot and exciting breakfast, afternoon and evening drive time show Your journey to and from work will never feel the same again. Targeting men and women 15-40, THE BEAT 99.9FM plans on being the dominant radio station in Lagos. THE BEAT 99.9FM is the station to tune to at home, in the car, at work and online
WBDR (106.7 FM) is a Top 40 music formatted radio station in Watertown, New York. The original on-air date of WBDR and its format is unknown, however, the station's previous call letters were WWLF at 106.7 FM, until they were changed to the WBDI calls in 2000. The station also simulcasted 102.7 WBDR as ("The Border 102-7, 106-7") from 1996 until 2004. In late 2003, WBDI 106.7 simulcasted on all three frequencies 92.7, 102.7 and 106.7 for a brief period until 102.7 left "The Border" network in 2004, separating from WBDI's format and dropping CHR in favour of a country music format. WBDI then simulcasted their signal on WBDB 92.7 FM, known as ("The Border 92-7, 106-7"), until 2007. Now 106.7 is the only frequency broadcasting WBDR's programming.
ZNS-3 (branded as The Light) is the third-oldest radio station in the Bahamas, having begun broadcasting in 1973 as the "Northern Service", before adopting its current . It is under ownership of the Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas. The Bahamas' ITU prefix is officially C6-, though it still uses its older ZN- prefix for most of its AM/FM radio and television stations from when it was a United Kingdom colony, though has listed ZNS-3's call sign as C6B-3 in the past, similar to its other non-broadcast signals.
The Voice is a European radio station operating in Denmark, Sweden and Bulgaria. The Nordic radio stations are owned by Bauer Media Group, and the Bulgarian station is owned by A.E. Best Success Services Bulgaria EOOD. The format consists mostly of new Pop, RnB and Rock songs, real life events and on-air comedy. The target audience of the listeners is 15 to 25 years old. Income is generated by commercials. The station was founded in Denmark as a local radio in the Copenhagen area.
Радио Тајм ФМ е медиумска куќа која е основана во 1995та година и е единствен радио медиум од Општина Гевгелија. Медиумот работи по светски пропишани стандарди, по популарниот „топ 40“ формат на радио станица и нуди 24 часовна квалитетна радио програма, исполнета со едукативни и забавни содржини, контактни емисии и пред сè - музика за сечиј вкус. Екипата на радио - медиумот ја сочинуваат млади ентузијасти, суштински вљубеници во музиката и радиото, кои се веќе одамна докажани имиња во оваа професија. Радиото обезбедува квалитетен сигнал на својата фрекфенција и ги покрива општините: Гевгелија, Богданци, Валандово, Дојран, дел од Струмичкиот, како и дел од Радовишкиот регион. Покрај големиот процент на покриеност, популарноста, односно слушаноста на медиумот е на изразено високо ниво. Тоа го потврдуваат последните анкети спроведени од Агенцијата за Аудио и Аудиовизуелни услуги на РМ (АВМУ), според која Радио Тајм ФМ е радиото со најголема слушаност и највисок рејтинг од локалните и регионалните радио станици во Република Македонија, веќе 6 години по ред. Радио Тајм ФМ е единствен радио - медиум на оваа територија кое комплетно ги исполнува условите зададени од Агенцијата за Аудио и Аудиовизуелни услуги на РМ (АВМУ), односно е единствен приватен медиум кој работи со лиценца. Оваа медиумска куќа се финансира исклучиво од реклами, соопштенија и разни комерцијални објави и спонзорства.br
Top FM is a private radio station in Mauritius, owned and broadcast by Top FM Ltd. It started operations on 31 December 2002 with a Private Commercial Free to Air FM Radio Broadcasting Licence issued by the Independent Broadcasting Authority of Mauritius. The station's core audience is between 15 and 50 years, with ratings indicating loyalty of more than 65% and Opportunity to Hear (OTH) of over 1,800,000 every week.