|Frequency||105.3 MHz, 1180 kHz|
|Slogan||Aveţi un prieten!|
Muzică bună, ştiri şi mai bune
|Format||Full-Service (Pop music, news, talk, information, sports)|
|Owner||Romanian Radio Broadcasting Company|
|RRC, R3N, RRM, RAS, RRI|
First air date
|November 1, 1928|
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