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|Frequency||32 different FM frequencies, available also on internet and selected cable providers|
|First air date||31 December 1999|
Rádio Expres is a Slovak commercial radio station that broadcasts from Bratislava, Slovak Republic. It was launched in 2000. It broadcasts across more than 80 per cent of Slovakia and has a leading position in the Slovak market.
The station's format is news, traffic information and pop music. Radio Expres broadcasts via its own network of transmitters - a built-up network allows individual transmitters or groups to be disconnected from the main current and thus for specific news to be broadcast in a regional areas.
The station has been owned by Emmis Communications since 2007 and employs over 100 people including through its two subsidiary companies - Expres Media, s.r.o. (marketing and advertising space sales) and Expres Net, s.r.o. (technical support and transmitter operation). Its nationwide listening rate exceeds 21%, or nearly 900,000 listeners daily (MML-TGI SR 2007/II, Median SK).
- Rádio Expres - Official website (Slovak)
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