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Radio stations in India / भारत में रेडियो स्टेशनों

Delhi radio stationsMumbai radio stationsKolkata radio stationsBengaluru radio stations    more ...

    Radio broadcasting in India began in 1923 (7BY Bombay), FM radio was introduced in 1972 in the Madras (Chennai), DRM digital radio launched in 2012. State-owned All India Radio – AIR (Akashvani) was formed in 1936 and today is the largest radio network in the country, transmitting on MW, SW (analogue and Digital DRM) and FM. Broadcasting is regulated by the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting – MIB . Several private networks and many community radio stations also operate on FM. Currently there are over 300 AM (analog and digital MW) and 800 FM radio transmitters in India. Primary languages on radio are Hindi and English, with regional stations in Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and other languages.
    Area: 3 166 620 km²; Population: 1.366 billion; ITU country code: IND; callsign prefix: 8T~8Y, AT~AW, VT~VW

Radio stations in Bangladesh / বাংলাদেশে রেডিও স্টেশন

Dhaka radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in today's Bangladesh began in 1939 (All India Radio Dacca). After 1947, Radio Dhaka continued its transmission as a station of Pakistan Broadcasting Service, in 1971 it was renamed to Radio Bangladesh. Today, Bangladesh Betar is the largest radio network in the country, transmitting on MW, SW and FM. Broadcasting is regulated by the Ministry of Information – MoI . Many private radio networks and community stations also operate on FM. Currently there are over 20 AM and 60 FM radio transmitters in Bangladesh. Primary languages on radio are Bengali and English.
    Area: 147 570 km²; Population: 165 million; ITU country code: BGD; callsign prefix: S2~S3

Radio stations in Pakistan / پاکستان میں ریڈیو اسٹیشنوں

Islamabad radio stationsLahore radio stationsKarachi radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Pakistan began in 1928 (VUL Radio YMCA, Lahore). State-owned Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation – PBC was established in 1947 and today is the largest radio network in the country, transmitting on MW, SW and FM. Broadcasting is regulated by Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority – PEMRA . Several private networks and many community and university radio stations also operate on FM. Currently there are over 80 AM and 200 FM radio transmitters in Pakistan. Primary languages on radio are Urdu and English, with regional stations in Balochi, Pashto, Punjabi, Sindhi.
    Area: 874 209 km²; Population: 216 million; ITU country code: PAK; callsign prefix: 6P~6S, AP~AS

Radio stations in Afghanistan / شبکه های رادیویی در افغانستان

Kabul radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Afghanistan began in 1925 (Radio Kabul). State-owned Radio-Television Afghanistan – RTA operates network of radio stations on MW, SW and FM. Broadcasting is regulated by the Afghanistan Telecom Regulatory Authority – ATRA . Currently there are over 150 FM radio stations in Afghanistan. Primary languages on radio are Dari and Pashto.
    Area: 652 230 km²; Population: 31.5 million; ITU country code: AFG; callsign prefix: T6, YA

Radio stations in Sri Lanka / ශ්‍රී ලංකාව ගුවන් විදුලි නාලිකා

Colombo radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Sri Lanka began in 1923 (Radio Ceylon). State-owned Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation – SLBC today is the largest radio network in the country, with 6 national FM networks, 7 regional stations and External Service on Shortwave. Broadcasting is regulated by the Ministry of Parliamentary Reforms and Mass Media – MPRM . Many private radio networks and community stations also operate on FM. International broadcasters use powerful Shortwave transmitters in Iranawila, Puttalam and Trincomalee. Currently there are 3 MW/SW stations and 230 FM radio transmitters in Sri Lanka. Primary languages on radio are Sinhala, Tamil and English.
    Area: 65 610 km²; Population: 21.8 million; ITU country code: CLN; callsign prefix: 4P~4S

Radio stations in Maldives / ރޭޑިޔޯ ސްތެޔްސްހަން އޭ ދިވެހިރާއްޖެ

Malé radio stations

        Radio broadcasting in Maldives began in 1962 (Malé Radio). Public Service Media – PSM is the national broadcaster network with three radio stations on FM and Mediumwave. Eight private radio stations also operate on FM. Broadcasting is regulated by the Maldives Broadcasting Commission – MBC . Primary languages on radio are Dhivehi and English.
    Area: 300 km²; Population: 436 thou.; ITU country code: MLD; callsign prefix: 8Q

  Radio stations in Nepal / नेपाल रेडियो स्टेशन

Kathmandu radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Nepal began in 1950 (Prajatantra Nepal Radio, Biratnagar). State-owned Radio Nepal was established in 1951 and today is the largest radio network in the country, transmitting on MW, SW and FM. Broadcasting is regulated by the Ministry of Information and Communication Technolgoy – MoICT . British Forces Broadcasting Service operates FM station in Kathmandu. Over 300 private and community radio stations also operate on FM. Currently there are 6 AM and over 350 FM radio transmitters in Nepal. Primary language on radio is Nepali.
    Area: 147 181 km²; Population: 29.3 million; ITU country code: NPL; callsign prefix: 9N

Radio stations in Bhutan / རེ་ཌིའོ། འབབ་ཚུགས། ལུ། འབྲུག་ཡུལ་

Thimphu radio stations

    Radio broadcasting in Bhutan began in 1973 (NYAB, Thimphu). State-owned Bhutan Broadcasting Service – BBS is the national broadcaster with two radio networks on FM and Shortwave. 12 private and community radio stations also operate on FM. Broadcasting is regulated by the Bhutan Infocomm and Media Authority – BICMA . Primary languages on radio are Dzongkha and English.
    Area: 38 394 km²; Population: 808 thou.; ITU country code: BTN; callsign prefix: A5


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