Radio Slovakia International

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Radio Slovakia International
TypeRadio network
OwnerRozhlas a televízia Slovenska
Key people
Mária Mikušová (Teamleader)
Launch date
4 January 1993
Official website

Radio Slovakia International (RSI) is Slovakia's official internet-based international broadcaster.

The station was created almost simultaneously with the emergence of independent Slovakia and began broadcasting on 4 January 1993. Its duties were laid down as providing listeners in other countries with information about the new state and maintaining contact with the numerous expatriate Slovak communities around the world. Organizationally, it is a part of the state-owned nationwide public broadcasting organization Rozhlas a televízia Slovenska (Radio and Television Slovakia).

RSI's programmes are broadcast in English, German, French, Russian, Spanish, and, for expatriates, Slovak. Its daily 30-minute magazine programmes contain news from Slovakia, features on the Slovak economy, sciences, culture, geography, environment, sports, examples of the spoken, written, and musical arts, and portraits of important personalities.

Radio Slovakia International broadcasts worldwide via internet and via the World Radio Network platform.[1]


Town - Transmitter Frequency ERP Time Changing with
Bratislava - Mýtna 1 98,9 MHz 0,20 kW 18:00–6:00 h. Rádio Patria

Shortwave transmissions today[edit]

Radio Slovakia International stopped broadcasting on shortwave from Slovakia, but is now relayed on two WRMI frequencies (11580kHz & 5850kHz) and via Shortwave Service in Germany (6005kHz)

Former English-language schedule and frequencies[edit]

0100-0130 to North America on 5930 kHz (summer) and 7230 kHz (winter), and to South America on 9440 kHz
0700-0730 to Australasia on 9440 and 11650 kHz (summer), and 13715 and 15460 kHz (winter)
1630-1700 to Western Europe on 5920 kHz (summer only)
1730-1800 to Western Europe on 6055 kHz
1730-1800 to Western Europe on 5915 kHz (winter only)
1830-1900 to Western Europe on 5920 kHz (summer only) and 6055 kHz
1930-2000 to Western Europe on 5915 kHz (winter only) and 7345 kHz

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