Radio DeeJay

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Radio DeeJay
Logo DeeJay.png
Broadcast area FM frequencies in Italy, Switzerland and Monaco - DTT and DAB in Italy - Satellite worldwide.
Slogan one nation one station
Frequency FM several frequencies, change from geographical side to side
SKY Italia Channel 700
Alice Home TV Channel 774
First air dateFebruary 1, 1982
Format Music radio
Owner Elemedia S.p.A. and Discovery Italia
Webcast Real Media Windows Media

Radio DeeJay is an Italian radio station. It was founded on 1 February 1982 by the Italian radio and television personality Claudio Cecchetto and was acquired by the Gruppo Editoriale L'Espresso in 1989.


TV channel

From the end of 2000, on the satellite platform began broadcasting DeeJay TV.

The TV channel, under the artistic guidance of Linus, was visible from all over Europe [1] until 2003, the year in which the issuer becomes part of the Sky package and coding their own programs. In October 2009, the channel broadcasts in plain-text, replacing the All Music channel on its frequency. On the Sky platform, the MyDeejay channel is broadcast instead.


Early personalities on this radio station include: Claudio Cecchetto, Gerry Scotti, Molella, Fargetta, Lorenzo Cherubini a.k.a. (Jovanotti), Roberto Ferrari, Linus, Albertino, Marco Biondi, Amadeus, Rosario Fiorello and Valerio Gallorini.

Broadcast FTA on Hotbird, on SKY Italia channel 700 and on Alice Home TV channel 774.

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