Taipei Broadcasting Station

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Coordinates: 25°4′22.56″N 121°31′25.72″E / 25.0729333°N 121.5238111°E / 25.0729333; 121.5238111

Taipei Broadcasting Station Building

Taipei Broadcasting Station or Radio Taipei (Chinese: 台北廣播電台; pinyin: táiběiguǎngbōdiàntái) is a government owned radio station in the Republic of China. It has been in operation since July 7, 1961 under the direction of the Department of Information and Tourism, Taipei City Government. It is located in Taipei City, Taiwan directly across from the Taipei Fine Arts Museum.

Listening Frequency[edit]

The station's coverage includes Taipei, Hsinchu, Taoyuan, Keelung, Yilan, and other places.

  • AM 1134
  • FM 93.1

History[edit]

In 1961, the station's original purpose was civil defense radio broadcasting under the control of the Taiwan Garrison Command to coordinate air defense against a Communist China attack. Later, in 1972 the station was renamed Taipei City Civil Defense Radio and came under control of the Taipei City Government. In 1989, Taipei City Mayor Wu Poh-hsiung renamed the station Taipei City Government Radio.[1]

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