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Český rozhlas


Český rozhlas

Český rozhlas
Type Radio
Country Czech Republic
Owner Public broadcasting
Launch date 1923
Official website

Český rozhlas (ČRo) is the public radio broadcaster of the Czech Republic, and broadcasts throughout the Czech Republic nationally and on 13 regional stations.


On 18 May 1923, Český rozhlas is created and starts broadcasting regular programming.

In 1991, the Czech radio group changes its status and becomes an independent organization.

Radio stations

It offers the following radio channels:

  • Radiožurnál – news, information and pop music
  • Dvojka – talk and family programmes (former ČRo 2 Praha)
  • Vltava – culture, art and classical music
  • ČRo Plus – formers ČRo 6, ČRo Leonardo, ČRo Rádio Česko
  • 13 regional channels
    • ČRo Brno
    • ČRo České Budějovice
    • ČRo Hradec Králové
    • ČRo Karlovy Vary
    • ČRo Liberec
    • ČRo Olomouc
    • ČRo Ostrava
    • ČRo Pardubice
    • ČRo Plzeň
    • ČRo Regina
    • ČRo Region, Středočeský kraj
    • ČRo Region, Vysočina
    • ČRo Sever
  • ČRo Radio Wave – youth radio (via cable, digital, and internet only)
  • ČRo D-Dur: classical music
  • ČRo Jazz: mainly jazz station (before ČRo Euro Jazz)
  • ČRo Rádio Junior: children's radio
  • ČRo Radio Praha: external broadcasts, six languages available.

See also

External links

  • — Official web site
  • LyngSat Logo - Czechia — Logos of Český Rozhlas stations

Coordinates: 50°04′43″N 14°26′04″E / 50.07861°N 14.43444°E / 50.07861; 14.43444

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