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Радио карта Средней Азии / Орта Азия радио картасы / Орто Азия радио картасы

Осиёи миёна радио харитаи / Orta Aziýa radio karta / Ўрта Осиё радио харитаси


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Radio stations in Kazakhstan / Қазақстан радиостанциялар

    Radio broadcasting in Kazakhstan began in 1926 (RA64 Petropavlovsk). State-owned Kazakhstan Radio and Television Corporation – Kazakhstan RTRC («Қазақстан» РТРК АҚ) is the national broadcaster with 4 national radio channels and 15 regional branches, transmitting on MW and FM (65.9-74.0 and 87.5-108.0 MHz). First commercial radio station launched in 1997. Broadcasting is regulated by the Ministry of information and communication – MIC (Ақпарат және коммуникациялар министрлігі). Currently there are several private radio networks and over 35 local FM stations in Kazakhstan. Primary languages on radio are Kazakh and Russian.

Radio stations in Kyrgyzstan / Кыргызстан радиостанциялар

    Radio broadcasting in Kyrgyzstan began in 1931 (Frunze, now Bishkek). Public Broadcasting Corporation – KTRK (Коомдук телерадиоберүү корпорациясы) is the national broadcaster with 4 national radio channels, transmitting on MW and FM (65.9-74.0 and 87.5-108.0 MHz). First commercial radio station launched in 1992. Broadcasting is regulated by the State Communications Agency – SCA (Мамлекеттик байланыш агенттиги). Currently there are over 25 private FM radio stations in Kyrgyzstan. Primary languages on radio are Kyrgyz and Russian.

Radio stations in Tajikistan / Радиоҳои дар Тоҷикистон

    Radio broadcasting in Tajikistan began in 1930 (Dushanbe). State-owned Radio Tajikistan (Радиои Тоҷикистон) is the national radio broadcaster, transmitting its 4 programmes on MW and FM (65.9-74.0 and 87.5-108.0 MHz). First commercial radio station launched in 2001. Broadcasting is regulated by the Committee on Television and Radio – KTR (Кумитаи телевизион ва радиои). International broadcasters use powerful Shortwave transmitter in Yangiyul. Currently there are over 15 private FM radio stations in Tajikistan. Primary languages on radio are Tajik and Russian.

Radio stations in Turkmenistan / Türkmenistan radiostantsiýalar

    Radio broadcasting in Turkmenistan began in 1927 (RA6 Ashgabat). State Committee for Television, Radio broadcasting and Cinematography (Türkmenistanyň Telewideniýe, radiogepleşikler we kinematografiýa baradaky döwlet komiteti) operates 4 national radio channels on LW, MW, FM (65.9-74.0 and 87.5-108.0 MHz) and DAB digital radio. No privately owned or any other radio stations. Primary language on radio is Turkmen.

Radio stations in Uzbekistan / Oʻzbekiston radiostansiyalar

    Radio broadcasting in Uzbekistan began in 1927 (RA27 Tashkent). National Television and Radio Company of Uzbekistan - MTRK (O'zbekiston Milliy teleradiokompaniyasi) is the national broadcaster and operates 4 national radio channels with 11 regional branches, transmitting on LW, MW and FM (65.9-74.0 and 87.5-108.0 MHz). First commercial radio station launched in 1998. Broadcasting is regulated by the Ministry for Development of Information Technologies and Communications – ATKRV (Axborot texnologiyalari va kommunikatsiyalarini rivojlantirish vazirligi). Currently there are over 20 private FM radio stations in Uzbekistan. Primary languages on radio are Uzbek and Russian.


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