Radio Vox T

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Vox T Radio
Vox T logo
City of license Iaşi, Romania
Slogan Romanian: E vocea ta!
It's your voice!
Frequency 104 MHz
(72.56 MHz, 70.76 MHz - past)
First air date March 13, 1990
Last air date November 2011
Format AC
Owner Vox-T SRL
Website Radio Vox T

Vox T was a radio station in Iaşi, Romania. The station signed on in March 1990, as the first independent non-public radio station outside Bucharest, and the third in Romania, after the change from Socialist system.[1] During its more than 20 years of broadcasting, Vox T enjoyed wide public interest with its phone-in talk-shows and music programmes.

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Vox T first operated out of T17 students residence hall, part of the Gheorghe Asachi Technical University campus area, than from different locations, broadcasting its signal from a transmitter on top of the Moldova Hotel.

In 1996-2004, Vox T owned a branch in Bacău that broadcast local radio programmes, on 95.1 MHz (71.42 MHz - initial). During the time, it also operated broadcast licenses in Paşcani (102.2 MHz), Hârlău (87.6 MHz), Târgu Neamț (106.7 MHz), Huşi (94.5 MHz), Vaslui (88.5 MHz), and Putna (97.7 MHz).[2] On the news side, Vox T collaborated with Romanian branches of the BBC World Service and RFI.

Radio Vox T closed down operations in November 2011.

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