Radio Guerrilla

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Radio Guerrilla
Type Radio network
Country  Romania
Availability National
Launch date
29 November 2004
Official website
http://www.radioguerrilla.ro/

Radio Guerrilla is a Romanian FM radio station broadcasting from Bucharest. The station's target audience is young middle-class people between the ages of 25 and 34 (48.8% of its listeners have tertiary studies and 66.7% are between 20 and 39 years of age). Despite launching only in 2004, it is currently one of the most popular stations in Romania, with a market share of 8.7%.[1]

Aside from FM radio, its broadcasts are also available through the Internet, via streaming. Its slogan is "Eliberadio" (a portmanteau of "eliberare", literally liberation, and "radio"). The station is known for its socially liberal viewpoint.

The Team Radio Guerrilla is more of a niche market, where people with compatible interests and views exchange information. Thus the broadcasting team includes experimented DJs like: Liviu Mihaiu, Mihai Dobrovolschi, Vlad Craioveanu, Marius Vintila, Electric Brother, Petru Stratulat, DJ Vasile, Irina Margareta Nistor, Iulian Tanase, Nic Cocarlea, Alex Vidia, Ciprian Dinu, Calin Gheorghe, Bogdan Serban, Mircea Oculeanu.


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  1. ^ "Radio Guerrilla, mai inteligent şi mai bogat decât ProFM (Radio Guerrilla, more intelligent and wealthy than ProFM)". Radio Guerrilla press release. Archived from the original on April 15, 2012. Retrieved March 1, 2015. 

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