Monte Carlo Doualiya

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Monte Carlo Doualiya
City of license Paris
Broadcast area  France (owner)
 United Arab Emirates
Slogan La radio qui va changer la radio
Frequency AM: 1233 KHz
FM: Several frequencies throughout the Middle-East.
First air date 1972
Format Talk
Language(s) Arabic (mainly)
Owner Radio France Internationale

Monte Carlo Doualiya, formerly known as RMC Middle East, is a French public radio station but mainly an Arabic-speaking station, broadcasting in many locations throughout the Middle East and North Africa on AM and FM from Paris. It was founded in 1972 and is a member of Radio France Internationale (RFI), the French foreign-service public broadcaster.


Radio Monte-Carlo started broadcasting in 1973, and was created by Sofirad.

At the end of 1996, Sofirad sold RMC Moyen-Orient to Radio France Internationale (itself owned by the French state).

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