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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 25 July 2007, 16 international, national, regional, and local European broadcasters from 13 EU countries formed a pan-European media consortium at the initiative of Deutsche Welle (DW) and Radio France Internationale (RFI). This includes both public and private broadcasters.
On 26 February 2008, Margot Wallström, vice-president of the European Commission, made the official presentation of the European media consortium Euranet 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 additional languages – Bulgarian, Greek, Portuguese, Romanian, and Hungarian. Euranet has 26 professional radio stations and 10 campus radios as of July 2012.
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 founded as a consortium of radio enterprises from various European countries, and its operations are governed by a service contract with the European Commission, which is its sole 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)
- ^ "Our network". Euranet Plus inside. Retrieved 6 August 2022.
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