Bulgarian National Radio

Bulgarian National Radio

Infobox Radio Station
name = Bulgarian National Radio

area = Bulgaria - National FM & DAB

airdate = March 30 1930
frequency = 103.00 MHz Sofia region rest of world- (Internet)
format = news&music
owner = state owned
website = [http://bnr.bg/ www.bnr.bg/]

The Bulgarian National Radio ( _bg. Българско национално радио, "Balgarsko natsionalno radio"; abbreviated БНР, BNR) is the national radio network of Bulgaria. It was founded on 30 March 1930 as "Rodno radio" ("Native radio") by a group of intellectuals. Broadcasting began in June the same year. On January 1, 1993, BNR was admitted as a full active member of the European Broadcasting Union.

BNR has two radio stations in Bulgarian, "Horizon Radio" and "Hristo Botev", as well as a world service called "Radio Bulgaria" broadcasting in 11 languages: Bulgarian, Russian, English, German, French, Spanish, Serbian, Greek, Albanian, Turkish and Arabic). All stations are also available online. There are five more local radiostations in the BNR structure: Radio Plovdiv [http://www.radioplovdiv.bg/] , Radio Varna [http://www.radiovarna.com/] , Radio Shumen [http://www.radioshumen.net/] , Radio Stara Zagora [http://radio-sz.net/] and Radio Blagoevgrad [http://radiobl.com/] .On May 26, 2008 RPTS of Kostinbrod in Bulgaria started the first regular broadcasts in digital format DRM (Digital Radio Mondiale)

External links

* [http://www.bnr.bg/ Bulgarian National Radio Website] bg icon en icon fr icon de icon es icon ru icon sr icon gr icon tr icon sq icon ar icon

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