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Broadcast areaAcross the European Union
FrequencyFM, Internet
FormatInternational broadcaster
First air date
April 2008

Euranet, also known as the European Radio Network, is a consortium of international, national, regional, and local European broadcasters.



On July 25, 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 February 26, 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:[1]

Country Broadcaster
Belgium RTBF
Bulgaria Bulgarian National Radio
Croatia HRT - Croatian Radio
Czech Republic Czech Radio
Cyprus Cyprus 107.6
Denmark Radio Mælkebøtten
Finland Radio Moreeni
France Radio France Internationale (rfi)
BFM Business
France Inter
Germany AMS-NET
(Radio Bielefeld, Radio Gütersloh, Radio Herford, Radio Hochstift, Radio Lippe, Radio WAF, Radio Westfalica)
Greece Skai Radio
Hungary Magyar Radio
Italy Radio24 – Ilsole24Ore
Latvia Latvijas Radio
Lithuania Žinių radijas
Malta Public Broadcasting Services Ltd (PBS)
The Netherlands Radio Netherlands Wereldomroep
Poland Polskie Radio SA
Portugal Radio Nostalgia
Romania Radio Romania International
RFI Romania
Slovakia Radio SiTy
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 programs 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)


  1. ^ "Our network". Euranet Plus inside. Retrieved 6 August 2022.

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