Radio Romania celebrates 90 years since its first broadcast
Radio Romania celebrates 90 years since its first broadcast was aired.
Articol de Radio România Actualităţi, 01 Noiembrie 2018, 13:12
Romanian Radio Broadcasting Company(Radio Romania – national public radio) celebrates, on Thursday, November 1st, 90 years since its first broadcasting. The first radio transmission in Romania was broadcast on November 1, 1928. Nine decades marked by special moments have gone by, moments that the national public radio celebrates by organizing concerts, cultural events and contests. November 2018 is rich in cultural events, one of them being the 4th International Festival of Radio Orchestras between 18-25 November.
Among the series of events organized on the occasion of the 90 years anniversary, an extraordinary concert will be performed on Thursday at the Radio Hall by the National Radio Orchestra, alongside the Academic Choir and the Radio Children’s Choir, under the baton of Cristian Mandeal.
During the break of the concert, Casa Radio Publishing House will launch the album titled “RADIO ROMANIA 90. Recordings from the Radio Romania Music Record Library”. Double CD is available at the bookstore of Casa Radio Publishing House, in 31 Temișana Street, or can be ordered online on www.edituracasaradio.ro). It can also be purchased from the distribution partners, including Humanitas and Carturesti bookstores.
The public radio service in Romania, the Romanian Radio Broadcasting Corporation, is the leader of the line industry, with a cumulative daily reach of some 4.5 million listeners and a cumulative market share of 30%. Radio Romania is made up of the channels Radio România Actualităţi (News), Radio România Internaţional, Radio România Cultural, Radio România Muzical, Antena Satelor, a network of over 10 regional stations, the Radio3net online station, Radio Chişinău (based in the Republic of Moldova), but also of the National Radio Drama Department, the RADOR News Agency and the Radio Choirs and Orchestras.
Radio Romania organises every two years, alternatively with the famous "George Enescu" International Festival, its own International Festival of Radio Orchestras, RadiRo, which reaches its fourth edition in 2018. Famous orchestras as well as prominent soloists and conductors will step onto the stage of the festival, just as every year. The main novelty of the 2018 edition is the series of jazz concerts.
Also on Thursday, November 1st, Radio Romania will air the inaugural episode of the first radio sitcom in Romania, titled “Somewhere in 28”("Undeva în 28").
Source:RRA.Translated by Miruna Matei