Radio Rossii

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Radio Rossii
Radio rossii.jpg
City Moscow
Broadcast area Russia
Frequency 66.44 MHz FM; 873 kHz MW;
Format News, Talk and Music
Language(s) Russian
Transmitter coordinates 55°47′14.75″N 37°34′42.51″E / 55.7874306°N 37.5784750°E / 55.7874306; 37.5784750Coordinates: 55°47′14.75″N 37°34′42.51″E / 55.7874306°N 37.5784750°E / 55.7874306; 37.5784750
Former frequencies 261 kHz LW
Sister stations Radio Mayak, Radio Yunost, Radio Culture, Vesti FM

Radio Rossii (Russian: Радио России, Radio of Russia) is the primary public radio station in Russia .


Radio Rossii began broadcasting in December 10, 1990. The radio station is part of the state-owned unitary enterprise VGTRK, which also includes television channels Russia-1, Russia-2, Russia-24, Carousel, and Russia-K, as well as radio stations Yunost, Mayak, Kultura and Vesti FM.


Radio Rossii is classified as an information and light entertainment station. It is one of the state's information channels, meant to appeal to a wide audience with varying tastes. It's included in the first multiplex of digital TV broadcasting DVB-T2.


Radio Rossii is broadcast throughout Russia, as well as in parts of Europe, on the MW and SW bands. LW broadcasts were terminated on 9 January 2014.[1]


  1. ^ "Russia: End of an era for long-wave listeners". BBC News. 10 January 2014. Retrieved 16 January 2014. 

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