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Radio Record

Radio Record
City of license Saint Petersburg, Russia
Slogan "Record Dance Radio"
Frequency 106.3 MHz (FM)
98.4 MHz (FM)
First air date August 22, 1995
Format Electronic dance music
Owner 3AO
Website Radio Record

Radio Record is a Russian radio station that broadcasts on 106.3 FM from Saint Petersburg and 98.4 FM in Moscow. It airs an electronic dance music format with primarily trance and house offerings.

History

Radio Record began broadcasting on August 22, 1995.[1] It was originally recorded from a small office. It was the first radio station to switch to the dance format and this was based on a vote from the listening audience. Since 2004, the radio station began broadcasting via satellite to the European territory of Russia. On December 1, 2011, the station began broadcasting in Moscow on frequency 98.4 FM.

Programs

  • Мегамикс (Megamix) — Airs 100 tracks per hour.
  • Треш-шоу Кремова и Хрусталева (Thrash show Kremova and Khrustaleva) — Comedy show.
  • Record Club — Program dedicated to mixes of different club music from different popular DJs.
  • Record Chillout - Program dedicated to chill-out music

Audience

According to statistics from 2011, listeners are mainly from 15 to 35 years old.[1] The station mainly focuses on a male youth audience. In 2011, the average daily audience of the radio station in Saint Petersburg was 350,000 people.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Radio Record: History radiorecord.ru
  2. ^ Аудитория слушателей на сайте радиостанции

External links

  • radiorecord.ru/

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