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Radyo Çukurova

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Radyo Çukurova
TypeRegional radio
Country
HeadquartersMersin
Broadcast area
Çukurova and
parts of south Turkey
ERP600 kW
OwnerTurkish Radio and Television Corporation
Established3 March 1968
Official website
www.trt.net.tr
TRT Radio Çukurova building in Mersin Turkey
TRT Radio Çukurova building in Mersin Turkey

Radio Çukurova (Turkish: Radyo Çukurova or TRT Çukurova Radyosu) is a regional radio network of the Turkish Radio and Television Corporation (TRT).

Geography

The broadcast area includes the provinces of Mersin, Adana, Hatay, Osmaniye and parts of Kahramanmaraş, Kayseri, Niğde, Karaman and Konya. Since most of provinces are in Çukurova region (Cilicia of the antiquity) the network is named Çukurova. The radio studio is in Mersin and the main medium wave (MW) transmitter is in Kazanlı a suburb of Mersin. But there are also various FM transmitters frequencies of which are shown below.

History

In 1962, a low power radio station was established for the city Adana. The transmitter which was housed next to radio studio was a Turkish-made transmitter. But then TRT decided to increase the broadcast area and the power. Thus a 300 kW transmitter was purchased from NEC a Japan -based company and a new transmitter station was established in Kazanlı. The studio was swiftly moved to Mersin and the regional network began transmission on 3 March 1968. The broadcast continued for 40 years. But in 2009, a new transmitter was purchased from Nautel, a Canada -based company.

Studio and the production

In the early years Radyo Çukurova was a part of Radyo 1 network with some local production. Presently however, TRT Çukurova broadcasts regional programs during the morning hours up to 01 PM. It also collaborates with Radyo Türkü during the evening hours. The local production is carried in the TRT building in Mersin.[1] TRT reporters and the service people to unattended transmitter stations also serve in the building.

Frequencies

Frequency of the MW transmitter in Kazanlı is 630 kHz. The frequencies of the FM transmitters (excluding those with TX output lower than 1 kW) are as follows.[2]

Station Province Frequency, MHz.
Adana (main) Adana 105.1
Yayladağ Hatay 89.6
Hassa Hatay 104.5
Hatay (main) Hatay 93.6
Anamur Mersin 101.8
Mersin Mersin 93.1
Mersin (main) Mersin 97.0
Yeşilkent Kayseri 107.3
Hadim Konya 94.0
Konya Konya 103.2
Kahramanmaraş Kahramanmaraş 99.8
Niğde (main) Niğde 90.0
Ulukışla Niğde 88.4
Karaman (main) Karaman 96.4
Ermenek Karaman 103.8
Küçükintilli Osmaniye 103.8
Osmaniye Osmaniye 107.7

References

This page was last edited on 15 August 2020, at 19:47
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