City Radio (Croatia)

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City Radio
fmr. RTL Radio
City Lekenik
Broadcast area Croatia Croatia
Frequency 91.1, 88.6 MHz
First air date 21 June 2000
Format Varied
Language(s) Croatian
Owner e-Radio d.o.o.
Webcast Slušaj uživo
Website www.cityportal.hr

City Radio is a local radio station in central Croatia, broadcasting to Velika Gorica, Lekenik and Kravarsko.[1] Their name was RTL Radio between 2000 and December 2010.[2] Their FM frequencies are 91.1 and 88.6 MHz.

Location[edit]

The station is located in Lekenik beside the main road Zagreb - Sisak/Petrinja. From Sisak is 20 km away and from Zagreb 30 km.

Independence[edit]

RTL Radio (Croatia) was founded, registered and operated outside the RTL Group. Level of independence from the state, regional, and local self-government is high. RTL Radio is financed solely by his own resources and funds raised its marketing.

Flashback[edit]

RTL-Radio started its work 21 June 2000. in modest conditions and with three Reporters. In 2001 the team joining more Reporters. The program began to broadcast 24 hours a day in the year 2003. In the year 2007 changes the ownership structure of companies and location.

Awards[edit]

In 2005. RTL Radio was awarded best local radio station at the Croatian radio festival.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ List of radio programme content providers, Croatian Post and Electronic Communications Agency, retrieved 2011-10-25
  2. ^ http://www.cityportal.hr/o-nama/

External links[edit]