Radio and Television Slovakia
|Type||Broadcast radio and
|Owner||Government of Slovakia|
|Key people||Václav Mika|
Radio and Television of Slovakia (RTVS; Rozhlas a televízia Slovenska in Slovak) is a Slovakia's state owned public television and radio broadcaster. It is a merger of Slovenská televízia and Slovenský rozhlas. The broadcaster was founded in 2011. It is led by Václav Mika.1It is headquartered in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia.2
There are 5 FM radio stations:
Via Satellite, DVB-T and Internet
It also has digital-only stations:
- SRo7 :Rádio Klasika (classical music)
- SRo8 :Rádio Litera (drama)
- SRo9 :Rádio Junior (for children up to age 10)
Radio Regina has three variations Rádio Regina Bratislava, Rádio Regina Banská Bystrica, and Rádio Regina Kosice.
The output of Radio Patria, which went on air in 2009, broadcasting from 06:00h until 18:00h, is in the Hungarian language, as a service for Slovakia's largest ethic minority group living predominantly in the southern districts bordering Hungary.
There are 2 national television networks:
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