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TRT Radyo 1
TypeRadio
Country
HeadquartersAnkara
Broadcast area
Nationwide
OwnerTurkish Radio and Television Corporation
Established1927
WebcastWeb Stream
Official website
Official website
LanguageTurkish

Radyo 1 is a major radio network of Turkish Radio and Television Corporation (TRT). This network is the earliest radio network in Turkey. Radyo-1 is not a specialized network and presents programs of general interest, including news, science, art, literature, drama, sports, environment, economy, magazine and music.[1]

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Originally the broadcast was on long wave and medium wave. But the infrastructure for MW transmission is now used by the regional radio services of TRT, and Radyo 1 is broadcast on FM band, except for the MW 927 kHz one which is still used for Radyo 1. Although there are many transmitter stations only those stations which are mainly directed to province capitals are shown below.[2]

City Frequency, MHz.
Adana 96.7
Ankara 93.3
Antalya 88.4
Bursa 99.6
Diyarbakır 98.4
Edirne 97.9
Erzurum 90.8
Eskişehir 89
Gaziantep 92
İstanbul 95.6
İzmir 94.7
Kahramanmaraş 99.8
Kayseri 89.4
Kocaeli 90.4
Konya 96.4
Malatya 101.3
Mersin 92
Trabzon 88.8

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