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Moved from defunct Radio Luxemburg article
This article needs to be created by someone knowledgeable about the history of the Radio Luxembourg German service. he following text was removed from the English language service article where it does not belong Fragilethreads 05:38, 17 February 2007 (UTC)
- s of 2005, the 1440 kHz frequency is still in use by the remodeled German successor RTL RADIO. Since the first of January 2005 the transmission has mainly switched to digital (01:00 AM until 05:00 AM and 09:00 AM until 06:00 PM). During the evening hours airtime is sold to international broadcasters (currently China Radio International) and religious organisations.
- In addition the station utilizes a few FM frequencies (93.3 and 97.0 MHz) targeted to Germany, has slots on analog and digital cable, and transmits analog and digital signals via the Astra 1A and 1H satellites.