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Radio3net - "Florian Pittiş"
Logo RR3Net Florian Pittis.png
Broadcast areaInternet and DAB (Bucharest only)
Frequency DAB on channel 12A (223,936 MHz – Band III)
First air date5 May 1963 [1] (as Programul III)
1996 (as Radio România Tineret)
16 November 2004 (as Radio3net)
Format Music
Former callsignsProgramul III
Radio România Tineret
Affiliations EBU-UER
Owner Romanian Radio Broadcasting Company
Sister stations RRA, RRC, RRM, RAS, RRI
Webcast http://www.radio3net.ro/radio3net.m3u, http://www.radio3net.ro/radio3net.wpl, http://media.3netmedia.ro:8000/Radio3Net.m3u
Website http://www.radio3net.ro/

Radio 3 net is the former Radio România Tineret (or Radio 3). More than 20,000 albums are stored on Radio 3 net. A few of the prominent features available on the website are "1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die" and "Search & Play".

<i>1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die</i> 2005 Robert Dimery book

1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die is a musical reference book first published in 2005 by Universe Publishing. Part of the 1001 Before You Die series, it compiles writings and information on albums chosen by a panel of music critics to be the most important, influential, and best in popular music between the 1950s and the 2010s. The book was edited by Robert Dimery, an English writer and editor who had previously worked for magazines such as Time Out and Vogue.

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Until recently[ when? ], the director of Radio3Net was Florian Pittiş. [2]

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References

  1. "Radio România". www.srr.ro. Retrieved 17 April 2018.
  2. ‹See Tfd› (in Romanian) "Echipă", at Radio3Net