|Broadcast area|| Poland: Nationally on analogue FM and longwave, digital DAB+ & via online streaming |
Internationally; United States: DirecTV
Canada: Bell Satellite TV
|Frequency|| LW: 225 kHz |
FM: 92.4 MHz (Warsaw), various in the whole country
DAB+: Block 6B (Warsaw), various blocks
DirecTV (USA): 2174
Bell Satellite TV (Canada): 987
|Format||Easy listening Soft AC|
|Sister stations|| Dwójka |
Polskie Radio Program I, known also as PR1 or radiowa Jedynka is a radio channel broadcast by the Polish public broadcaster, Polskie Radio. It is dedicated to information and easy listening music. The Program was started in 1926, one year after Polskie Radio was founded.
Some of its broadcasts have decades-old traditions and are quite famous, such as Matysiakowie , W Jezioranach .
The mass media in Poland consist of several different types of communications media including television, radio, cinema, newspapers, magazines, and Internet. During the communist regime in Poland the Stalinist press doctrine dominated and controlled Polish media. The country instituted freedom of press since the fall of communism. The Polish media system's main features are the product of the country's socio-political and economic post-communist transition. These features include: the privatisation of the press sector; the transformation of the state radio and television into public broadcasting services; influx of foreign capital into the media market and European integration of audiovisual media policies. Today the media landscape is very plural but highly polarized along political and ideological divides.
There are two types of radio network currently in use around the world: the one-to-many broadcast network commonly used for public information and mass-media entertainment, and the two-way radio type used more commonly for public safety and public services such as police, fire, taxicabs, and delivery services. Cell phones are able to send and receive simultaneously by using two different frequencies at the same time. Many of the same components and much of the same basic technology applies to all three.
The longwave transmitter Raszyn is a longwave broadcasting transmitter near Raszyn, Poland. It was built in 1949. The designer of the mast is unknown. It has been claimed that it was built of sections from radio mast of former Deutschlandsender Herzberg/Elster; however, there is no proof of this theory. The mast of the Raszyn longwave transmitter was, at inauguration, the second-tallest man-made structure on earth and until 1962, with a height of 335 metres, the tallest structure in Europe. Tower Height is 1099 feet/335 meters tall.
Polskie Radio Spółka Akcyjna is Poland's national public-service radio broadcasting organization owned by the government of Poland.
Telewizja Polska S.A. is a Polish state media corporation. It is the largest Polish television network, although it is currently the least trusted network in Poland due to its strong pro-government bias. About a third of TVP's income comes from a broadcast receiver licence, while the rest is covered by government subsidies, commercials and sponsorships.
Polskie Radio Program II, also known as PR2 or Dwójka, is a radio channel produced by the Polish public broadcaster, Polskie Radio. It is dedicated to classical music, culture, and the arts. Thanks to its extensive cooperation with other public broadcasters from around the world, the channel provides numerous transmissions of concerts and other classical music events from every part of the globe. It is widely considered to be the most elite-targeted of all Polish radio channels. Its studios are located at the Polskie Radio headquarters in Warsaw. Program 2 often also uses a concert studio belonging to the public Polish Television (TVP).
Radio Poland is the official international broadcasting station of Poland.
The pioneers of radio in Poland were army officers. These were Poles who served in the German, Austrian and Russian armies in the World War I. In the fall of 1918, shortly after the war, these experts started organizing Polish radio. On November 4, 1918 in Kraków, a field station, previously used by the Austrian army, sent the first Polish radio signals. Soon, more field stations – this time German — were captured by the Poles in Warsaw and Poznań. Obviously, at first radio was used for military purposes only. Knowledge of Polish experts in this field was used to a great effect during the 1920 Polish-Soviet War.
PR1 may refer to:
Matysiakowie is one of the most popular Polish radio dramas. The series tells a story of a fictional Polish family, Matysiakowie, from Powiśle, Warsaw.
Polskie Radio Program III, known also as Radiowa Trójka or shortly Trójka is a radio channel broadcast by the Polish public broadcaster, Polskie Radio. It is a music station playing a wide variety of music from rock, alternative, jazz and others. It is broadcast on FM, via satellite and online. The studios are located at Myśliwiecka Street 3/5/7 in Warsaw.
Anglo-Polish Radio is an on-demand bilingual audio content producer for Polish and English-speaking audiences in the United Kingdom and Ireland, formerly a broadcast radio station. The station was based in London and also broadcasted to listeners in Poland. Bilingual journalist George Matlock, the son of two Poles, is Radio ORLA's founder. Since 18 May 2015, the station has been exclusively available as a podcast.
Polskie Radio Program IV, known also as PR4 or radiowa Czwórka is a radio channel broadcast by the Polish public broadcaster, Polskie Radio.
Białystok has a wide variety of media outlets serving the city and surrounding region. There are two locally published daily newspapers, Gazeta Współczesna and Kurier Poranny. In addition two national papers have local bureaus. There are a number of national and locally produced television and radio channels available both over-the-air from the nearby RTCN Białystok (Krynice) Mast, the seventh highest structure in Poland, in addition to transmitter sites within the city. There is also a cable television system available within the city. The city has two campus radio stations; Radiosupeł at the Medical University of Białystok and Radio Akadera at the Białystok Technical University.
Lista Przebojów Programu Trzeciego is the oldest and the longest-running music chart in Poland. Aired by Polskie Radio Program III, a division of the Polskie Radio public broadcaster, the list has been broadcast weekly since 24 April 1982. Initially hosted by Marek Niedźwiecki, since 2010 the hosting duties have been alternated by Niedźwiecki and Piotr Baron.
The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 225 kHz:
Artur Józef Andrus is a Polish journalist, poet, singer-songwriter and cabaret artist. He is best known for his radio shows at Polskie Radio Program III, and as a master of ceremonies during various TV shows.
Zdzisław Piernik in Toruń is a Polish virtuoso tuba player.
Polskie Radio 24 is the news radio station established by Polskie Radio, the Polish national public-service radio broadcaster.
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