Radio Gelderland

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Radio Gelderland
Omroep Gelderland.png
City Arnhem
Broadcast area Gelderland
Frequency FM Broadcasting
103.5 MHz (Veluwe)
88.9 MHz (Arnhem/Nijmegen)
90.4 MHz (Achterhoek)
99.6 MHz (Betuwe)
DAB+
6B (East and Central Netherlands)
7A (Southeast Netherlands)
8A (West Netherlands)
Satellite broadcasting
Astra 23.5°E: 12.188 GHz Horizontal
SR: 29900 FEC: 2/3
SID: 21086 Audio PID: 146

Digital terrestrial broadcasting
Digitenne: Channel 117
Cable television
Ziggo: Channel 828
IPTV
KPN: Channel 884
First air date 1 May 1985; 33 years ago (1985-05-01)
Format Regional Talk radio
Language(s) Dutch
Owner Omroep Gelderland
Webcast Webstream (Mobile)
Website radiogelderland.nl

Radio Gelderland is a regional public radio station for the Dutch province of Gelderland. Its history started in 1965 when Gelderland joined the RONO (Radio Omroep Noord en Oost). The RONO was already broadcasting for the north and east of the Netherlands. In 1977 RONO split into Radio Noord for Groningen and Drenthe, Radio Fryslân for Friesland and Radio Oost for Overijssel and Gelderland.[1] Since 1985 Radio Gelderland is an independent broadcaster.[2]

Radio Gelderland can be received on analogue terrestrial radio on 103.5 MHz FM Veluwe, 88.9 MHz FM Arnhem/Nijmegen, 90.4 MHz FM Achterhoek and 99.6 MHz FM Betuwe, and via DAB+ .[3] It's also available on cable (both analogue and digital), free-to-air on the Digital Terrestrial Television platform Digitenne, free-to-air on the Satellite television platform CanalDigitaal,[4] IPTV platforms, Fiber-to-the-home platforms and on the internet.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Geschiedenis van RTV Drenthe". RTV Drenthe. Retrieved November 5, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Radio en TV Gelderland in het kort". VillaMedia.nl. Retrieved November 5, 2012. 
  3. ^ "FM zenders in de provincie Gelderland". radio-tv-nederland.nl. Retrieved November 5, 2012. 
  4. ^ "Radio Gelderland". KingOfSat.net. Retrieved November 5, 2012. 

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