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1993-1996 RADIO SLOVAKIA INTERNATIONAL 3 years of foreign broadcasting

1993-1996 RADIO SLOVAKIA INTERNATIONAL 3 years of foreign broadcasting
RADIO SLOVAKIA INTERNATIONAL
3 years of foreign broadcasting

1993-1996 RADIO SLOVAKIA INTERNATIONAL 3 years of foreign broadcasting

The main aim of Radio Slovakia International is to produce and broadcast news and programme material which objectively informs listeners abroad about the current political, economic, cultural and social life in Slovakia. At the same time, it aims to provide a link between Slovaks living abroad and their original home country.
Forms and means of broadcasting: 30 and 60-minute programmes in English, German, French, Russian and Slovak languages broadcast 17 times a day through two short-wave transmitters on the territory of the Slovak Republic - in Rimavska Sobota /2x250kW/ and in Velke Kostolany / 100 kW /.
Regular features of Radio Slovakia International: News, Economics, Science, Technology, Ecology, Slovak mosaics, Social panoramas about Slovakia and its people. Curiosities, Profiles, Events, Musical and Cultural reviews. Tourism, Countryside Features, Rural and Urban Items, Listeners' Tribune, Slovak K i t c h e n , Sport, ...
The transmitter in Rimavska Sobota

1993-1996 RADIO SLOVAKIA INTERNATIONAL 3 years of foreign broadcasting
Chronology of Radio Slovakia International:
1.1.1993 - establishment of International broadcasting of Slovak Radio
4.1.1993 - beginning of broadcasts in the Slovak language for countrymen living in western Europe and North America
15.2.1993 - extention of broadcasting tor the Slovak community in South America and Australia
15.3.1993 - establishment of foreign language departments in English, French, German and Russian
29.3.1993 - commencement of broadcasting in English, French, German and Russian. Expansion of broadcasting target areas to include Eastern Europe
26.9.1993 - extention ot broadcasting in Russian and German languages
26.3.1995 - extention of broadcasting in French for western Europe
24.9.1995 - extention of broadcasting in German and Slovak languages for western and southern Europe

Length of broadcasting of Radio Slovakia
International /in hours/:


1993-1996 RADIO SLOVAKIA INTERNATIONAL 3 years of foreign broadcasting
RSI Received 10,140 letters between 1993 and 1995 from 104 countries from all over the world. This correspondence includes letters from DXers and members of Radio Slovakia international Clubs.

1993-1996 RADIO SLOVAKIA INTERNATIONAL 3 years of foreign broadcasting
RADIO SLOVAKIA INTERNATIONAL
TIME AND FREQUENCY SCHEDULE
Summer 1996

1993-1996 RADIO SLOVAKIA INTERNATIONAL 3 years of foreign broadcasting
Target areas of broadcasting of Radio Slovakia International


QSL-cards which proves the confirmation of accurate programme details for listeners of Radio Slovakia International

The reception reports which we receive from DXers all over the world have been a great help to RSI since it was established in 1993. Our listeners ° grading of the technical quality of the signal they receive help us with our analysis, and it also sen/es as important feedback when we are planning the short-wave frequencies for the next broadcast period.


1993-1996 RADIO SLOVAKIA INTERNATIONAL 3 years of foreign broadcasting
THE SLOVAK REPUBLIC with an area of 49 030 km2 and 5.312 million inhabitants is one of Europe's smaller countries. Its location in the heart of Europe makes it an important West-East and North-South connecting route. Slovakia is neighbour to the Czech Republic in the west, the Ukraine in the east, Poland in the north, and Austria and Hungary in the south. Many years before Christ, an important trade route, the so called "Amber Route", crossed the Roman empire and ran along side the second longest European river - the Danube, in the southern territory of Slovakia. This has been proved by a number of historical findings in Gerulata, presently known as Rusovce. Slovak tribes, the ancestors of present day Slovaks, settled there between the 5th and 6th century. Presently, the territory of Slovakia is inhabited by Slovaks (85.7%), Hungarians (10.8%), Ftomanies (1.4%), Czechs (1%), Ukrainians (0.3%), Ruthenians (0.3%), Germans, Poles, Croatians and Bulgarians (all together 0.5%). Owing to rich findings of gold, silver and semi-precious stones, medieval Slovakia was an important centre of various crafts and mining industries. The most famous mining centre was that of Kremnica. Slovakia's rich history gave rise to rare cultural and historical monuments, especially Baroque and Renaissance, which can still be admired today. Slovakia's natural surroundings offer all kinds of touristic attractions, soaring mountains, lime-stone formations, thermal curative springs, and rare flora and fauna. Slovakia had been a part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until 1918, and then the Czechoslovak Federal Republic. Since the 1 st of January 1993 the Slovak Flepublic has been an independent and sovereign state.






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