Monte Carlo Doualiya

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Monte Carlo Doualiya
City of license Paris
Broadcast area  France (owner)
 Bahrain
 Djibouti
 Iraq
 Israel
 Jordan
 Lebanon
 Libya
 Mauritania
 Qatar
 Sudan
 Palestine
 United Arab Emirates
Slogan La radio qui va changer la radio
Frequency AM: 1233 KHz
FM: Several frequencies throughout the Middle-East.
First air date 1972
Format Talk
News
Sports
Language(s) Arabic (mainly)
Owner Radio France Internationale
Website http://www.mc-doualiya.com/

Monte Carlo Doualiya, formerly known as RMC Middle East, is a French public radio station but mainly an Arabic-speaking station, broadcasting in many locations throughout the Middle East and North Africa on AM and FM from Paris. It was founded in 1972 and is a member of Radio France Internationale (RFI), the French foreign-service public broadcaster.

History[edit]

Radio Monte-Carlo started broadcasting in 1973, and was created by Sofirad.

At the end of 1996, Sofirad sold RMC Moyen-Orient to Radio France Internationale (itself owned by the French state).

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