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Kiss FM (Romania)

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Kiss FM
Logo Kiss FM.png
Broadcast area Romania
Frequency96.1 MHz (Bucharest)
100.9 MHz (Chişinău)
Slogan#1 Hit Radio
FormatDance Music, Electronic music, Pop music
OwnerANT1 Group
Magic FM
Rock FM
First air date
1990 (Bucharest)
1998 (Chişinău)
WebcastLive Stream Romania Winamp
Live Stream Moldova Winamp

Kiss FM is a Top40/Hit Radio station from Romania, owned by ANT1 Group. The station was rebranded from the old Radio Contact, after being purchased by a Belgian radio network. The rebranding came with a number of "on air" personalities, such as Șerban Huidu and Mihai Găinușă, the new network quickly got to be one of the most popular hit stations in Romania where it covers the main cities.

Kiss FM Romania also has a branch in Chişinău, the capital of Moldova, that broadcasts a mix between Kiss FM in Bucharest and local radio programmes.

On 23 December 2013 Kiss FM was bought by ANT1 Group after ProSiebenSat.1 Media AG sold its operations in Romania.

On 15 January 2014 Șerban Huidu left the radio station. He was replaced as Programs Director by Raluca Opreanu. The station's playlist manager is Andreea Berghea. On 10 September 2014 Sergiu Floroaia and Andrei Ciobanu joined the radio station as the hosts of the morning show.

Romanian national charts

Kiss FM has been responsible for the broadcast of Romania's national singles charts starting with the 2010s. The Airplay 100 is the country's national chart as of February 2012, following the Romanian Top 100 which has been published from 1995 to 2012.


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This page was last edited on 26 March 2021, at 09:35
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