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|Broadcast area||Across the European Union|
First air date
Euranet, (European Radio Network) is a consortium of international, national, regional and local European broadcasters.
On the initiative of Deutsche Welle (DW) and Radio France Internationale (RFI), 16 international, national, regional and local European broadcasters from 13 EU countries created a pan-European media consortium on 25 July 2007. This comprises both public and private broadcasters.
The official presentation of the European media consortium Euranet by Margot Wallström, Vice-President of the European Commission, took place on 26 February 2008 in Brussels. In the first year, Euranet programmes were broadcast in the five main languages – German, English, French, Polish and Spanish, as well as five further languages – Bulgarian, Greek, Portuguese, Romanian and Hungarian. As of July 2012, Euranet brings together 26 professional radio stations, supplemented by 10 campus radios.
The following radio stations are members of Euranet:
|Bulgaria||Bulgarian National Radio|
|Croatia||HRT - Croatian Radio|
|Czech Republic||Czech Radio|
|France||Radio France Internationale (rfi)|
(Radio Bielefeld, Radio Gütersloh, Radio Herford, Radio Hochstift, Radio Lippe, Radio WAF, Radio Westfalica)
|Italy||Radio24 – Ilsole24Ore|
|Malta||Public Broadcasting Services Ltd (PBS)|
|The Netherlands||Radio Netherlands Wereldomroep|
|Poland||Polskie Radio SA|
|Romania||Radio Romania International |
|Slovenia||Radio Slovenia International|
|Spain||Punto Radio Castilla y León|
|United Kingdom||Community Media Association|
Euranet was launched as a consortium between radio enterprises from different countries of Europe and its activity is governed by a contract of service with the European Commission, which is its only source of funding.
Euranet University Circle
In addition to the participating radio stations, Euranet programmes are also re-broadcast by several campus radio stations. The local partner stations are associated members of the consortium. The partner broadcasters are:
- Finland: Radio Moreeni (University of Tampere)
- Ireland: Trinity FM (Trinity College Dublin)
- Germany: bonncampus 96,8 (University of Bonn)
- Poland: Academic Radio Kampus (University of Warsaw)
- Romania: UBB Radio (Babeş-Bolyai University)
- Spain: Radio Universidad de Salamanca (University of Salamanca), UAB, UNED Radio (UNED – Spanish National University of Distance Education)
- Sweden: Radio Campus Örebro (Örebro University)
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