Voice of Russia starts broadcasting on FM in Georgia and Armenia
RIA news agency
20 Jul 04
The Russian State Radio Company, Voice of Russia, has started
broadcasting internally in Georgia and Armenia. In Tbilisi and
Yerevan, Voice of Russia programmes are broadcast on FM for six hours
every day, the broadcaster told RIA-Novosti.
In Yerevan programmes from the Commonwealth channel are available
between 0800 and 1000 and between 2000 and 2200. From 1145 until 1900
the news programme Voice of Russia can be heard for the last fifteen
minutes of every hour. The programmes are rebroadcast on 103 FM.
The programmes of Russian International Radio and the Commonwealth
channel are broadcast in the Georgian capital from 1000 to 1300 and
1900 to 2200 on 99.8 FM.
“Now Voice of Russia is exploring the possibility of partnership in
Azerbaijan,” the company said.
Since April, Voice of Russia programmes have been broadcast internally
in Lithuania and in all the major towns in Crimea.