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Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
Spółka Akcyjna (PR S.A.; English: Polish Radio) is Poland's state-owned national publicly funded radio broadcasting organization.

Contents

1 History 2 Channels

2.1 National 2.2 International

3 Music charts 4 All music 5 See also 6 References 7 External links

History[edit] Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
was founded on 18 August 1925 and began making regular broadcasts from Warsaw
Warsaw
on 18 April 1926. Czesław Miłosz, recipient of the 1980 Nobel Prize in Literature, worked as a literary programmer in Vilnius
Vilnius
for Polish Radio in 1936.[1] Before the Second World War, Polish Radio operated one national channel – broadcast from 1931 from one of Europe's most powerful longwave transmitters, situated at Raszyn
Raszyn
just outside Warsaw
Warsaw
and destroyed in 1939 due to invasion of German Army – and nine regional stations:

Kraków
Kraków
from 15 February 1927 Poznań
Poznań
from 24 April 1927 Katowice
Katowice
from 4 December 1927 Wilno from 15 January 1928 Lwów
Lwów
from 15 January 1930 Łódź
Łódź
from 2 February 1930 Toruń
Toruń
from 15 January 1935 Warszawa
Warszawa
from 1 March 1937 – known as Warszawa
Warszawa
II, the national channel becoming Warszawa
Warszawa
I from this date Baranowicze from 1 July 1938

A tenth regional station was planned for Łuck, but the outbreak of war meant that it never opened. After the war, Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
came under the tutelage of the state public broadcasting body Komitet do Spraw Radiofonii "Polskie Radio" (later " Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
i Telewizja" – PRT, Polish Radio and Television). This body was dissolved in 1992, Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
S.A. and Telewizja Polska
Telewizja Polska
S.A. becoming politically dependent corporations, each of which was admitted to full active membership of the European Broadcasting Union on 1 January 1993. Channels[edit] National[edit]

Program 1 (Jedynka – One) – information and adult contemporary music – AM-LW (225 kHz)/1333 meters, FM, DAB+ and the internet[2] Program 2 (Dwójka – Two) – classical music and cultural – FM, DAB+ and the internet[3] Program 3 (Trójka – Three) – rock, alternative, jazz, and eclectic – FM, DAB+ and the internet[4] Program 4 (Czwórka – Four) – youth oriented – DAB+ and the internet[5] (also carried as a live video feed in the internet) Polskie Radio 24 (PR24) – news (without music) – FM, DAB+ and the internet[6](also carried as a live video feed in the internet) Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
Chopin – Polish classical music – DAB+ and the internet [7] Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
Dzieciom – children programming (daytime), parents magazines (evenings) and Jazz
Jazz
music (nights) – DAB+ and the internet [8] Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
Rytm – pop music – internet only [9]

Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
also operates 17 regional radio stations (operating on FM, also except Radio Kielce
Kielce
on DAB+), located in:

Białystok Bydgoszcz
Bydgoszcz
(Radio Pomorza i Kujaw) Gdańsk Katowice
Katowice
(Radio Katowice) Kielce
Kielce
(Radio Kielce) Koszalin Kraków
Kraków
(Radio Kraków) Lublin
Lublin
(Radio Lublin) Łódź Olsztyn Opole Poznań Rzeszów Szczecin Warszawa
Warszawa
( Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
RDC) Wrocław Zielona Góra
Zielona Góra
(Radio Zachód)

Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
offers city stations in:

Gorzów Wielkopolski
Gorzów Wielkopolski
– Radio Gorzów Lublin
Lublin
– Radio Freee Poznań
Poznań
– MC Radio Słupsk
Słupsk
– Radio Słupsk Szczecin
Szczecin
– Radio Szczecin
Szczecin
Extra Wrocław
Wrocław
– Radio RAM Zielona Góra
Zielona Góra
– Radio Zielona Góra

All city stations but Radio Szczecin
Szczecin
Extra are being broadcast on FM and in Internet, while Radio Szczecin
Szczecin
Extra is available only in Internet and via DAB+. Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
also offers regional cultural stations (all operating in Internet and DAB+ only) in:

Kraków
Kraków
– OFF Radio Kraków Wrocław
Wrocław
– Radio Wrocław
Wrocław
Kultura

International[edit]

Radio Poland
Poland
(known until January 2007 as Radio Polonia) – external broadcasts in Belarusian, English, German, Polish, Russian, and Ukrainian – short wave, medium wave, satellite, DAB+ and the internet[10]

Music charts[edit] Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
Trójka has been compiling Polish music charts since 1982 – in an era before there were any commercial sales or airplay rankings – making them a significant record of musical popularity in Poland. Chart archives dating from 1982 are available to the public via the station's website.[11] All music[edit]

Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
Internetowe – dla Polonii w Polsce i na świecie [12]

See also[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Polskie Radio.

Polish Radio External Service Informacyjna Agencja Radiowa Polish Radio and Television Radio stations in interwar Poland Narodowa Orkiestra Symfoniczna Polskiego Radia z siedzibą w Katowicach

References[edit]

^ Haven, Cynthia L. (2006). Czesław Miłosz: Conversations. University Press of Mississippi. pp. xxiv.  ^ PR Program 1 ^ PR Program 2 ^ PR Program 3 ^ PR Program 4 ^ PR Program 24 ^ PR Chopin ^ PR dla Dzieci ^ PR Rytm ^ PR DZ (Polish Radio External Service) ^ PR Program 3 Music Chart archives (Archiwum Listy Przebojów Programu Trzeciego) ^ Polish Radio News Music and Music Band News all Music world (Wszystko o muzyce koncertach,nowości muzyczne)

External links[edit]

Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
Online Polskie Radio
Polskie Radio
SA – corporation site theNews.pl – Polish Radio broadcasts in English Polish Radio News Portal Polish Radio News Music and Music Band News

v t e

Members of the European Broadcasting Union

Active members

Current

ARD ARMR ARMTV BBC BHRT BNR BNT BTRC C1R Canal+ CLT/RTL COPE ČRo ČT CyBC DR E1 ENRS ENTV ERR ERSL ERT ERTT ERTU France 24 FTV GPB HRT İTV JRTV LNC LR LRT LTV M6 MCD MRT FI/MTV MTVA NPO NRK NTU ORF PBS PR Radio France RAI RDO RFI RMC ROR RTBF RTCG RTÉ RTP RTS RTSH RTVA RTVE RTVS RTVSLO RÚV SER SMTV SNRT SR SRG SSR SVT TDA TF1 TG4 TL TMC (French) TRM TV2 (DK) TV2 (NO) TV4 TVP TVR TRT UA:PBC UKIB UR VGTRK VR VRT Yle ZDF

Applicants

1FLTV 2M TV IPBC KRTC QR RTK

Former

IBA JRT LJBC MR MTV NERIT SRo STV TMC (Italian) UJRT

Associate members and approved participants

Associate

ABC (Australia) ABC (United States) All India Radio APM Bayrak Canal 13 (Chile) CBC/SRC CBS CCTV Fuji TV/JOCX-DTV ICRT IRIB JBA KA KBS La7 MBC Mediaset NBAB NBC NHK NPR ORTAS PARTSO RB RNZ RTHK RTM SABC SBS TBS/JORX-DTV TEME TFM/JOAU-FM TVC/FPA TVM (Mauritania) TVNZ WFMT WGBH WNYC-FM/NYPR

Approved

3sat Arte Abertis
Abertis
Telecom CAT Euronews JPMRD RTRN TV5Monde

v t e

National media in the former Eastern Bloc

Overview

Eastern Bloc
Eastern Bloc
information dissemination Broadcasting in the Soviet Union Mass media
Mass media
in Communist Czechoslovakia

Newspapers

Central newspapers of the Soviet Union Pravda
Pravda
(Russian SFSR) Zvyazda
Zvyazda
(Belarus) Rabotnichesko Delo (Bulgaria) Rudé právo
Rudé právo
(Czechoslovakia) Pravda
Pravda
(Slovakia) Laiko Vima
Laiko Vima
(Albania) Mladá fronta DNES
Mladá fronta DNES
(Czechoslovakia) Neues Deutschland
Neues Deutschland
(East Germany) Rahva Hääl
Rahva Hääl
(Estonia) Neuvosto-Karjala (Karelia) Sovetskaya Latviya
Sovetskaya Latviya
(Latvia) Czerwony Sztandar (Lithuania) Tiesa (Lithuania) Zëri i Popullit
Zëri i Popullit
(Albania) Népszabadság
Népszabadság
(Hungary) Esti Budapest
Esti Budapest
(Hungary) Trybuna Ludu
Trybuna Ludu
(Poland) Scînteia
Scînteia
(Romania) Komsomolskaya Pravda
Pravda
(Russian SFSR) Pionerskaya Pravda
Pravda
(Russian SFSR) Trud (Russian SFSR) Borba (Yugoslavia)

TV

ČST (Czechoslovakia) DFF (East Germany) DFF2 (East Germany) ETV (Estonian SSR) LTV1 (Latvian SSR) Lietuvos Televizija (Lithuanian SSR) Televizioni Shqiptar (Albania) Bulgarian National Television Efir 2
Efir 2
(Bulgaria) m1 (Hungary) m2 (Hungary) TVP1
TVP1
(Poland) TVP2
TVP2
(Poland) TVR1 (Romania) TVR2 (Romania) AzTV (Azerbaijani SSR) Soviet Central Television
Soviet Central Television
(Russian SFSR) Soviet TV Channel 1 (Russian SFSR) Moscow Channel (Russian SFSR) Leningrad Television (Russian SFSR) Belarus Television (Byelorussian SSR) Canalul 1 (Moldavian SSR) UT1 (Ukrainian SSR) First Channel (Georgian SSR) Armenia 1
Armenia 1
(Armenian SSR)

Radio

Rundfunk der DDR Berliner Rundfunk
Berliner Rundfunk
(East Germany) Deutschlandsender
Deutschlandsender
(East Germany) Radio DDR 1
Radio DDR 1
(East Germany) Radio DDR 2
Radio DDR 2
(East Germany) DT64 (East Germany) Radio Berlin International Eesti Raadio (Estonian SSR) Latvijas Radio
Latvijas Radio
1 (Latvian SSR) Lietuvos radijas (Lithuanian SSR) Radio Tirana (Albania) Radio Bulgaria Horizont (Bulgaria) Magyar Rádió (Hungary) Kossuth Rádió (Hungary) Radio Polonia Program 1 Polskiego Radia (Poland) Radio România Actualităţi (Romania) Radio România Cultural (Romania) Radio3Net (Romania) Radio Moscow
Radio Moscow
(Russian SFSR) Public Radio of the Armenian SSR Radio Belarus (Byelorussian SSR) Radio Georgia (Georgian SSR)

Misc

TASS (Russian SFSR wire service) RIA Novosti
RIA Novosti
(Russian SFSR press agency) Gosteleradio (Russian SFSR TV/Radio) Belarusian Telegraph Agency (Byelorussian SSR wire service) ELTA
ELTA
(Lithuanian SSR wire service) Soviet

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