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Voice of Turkey

Voice of Turkey
Type Radio network
Country Turkey
Availability International
Headquarters Ankara
Owner Turkish Radio and Television Corporation
1937
http://www.trt.net.tr/

Voice of Turkey (Turkish: Türkiye'nin Sesi Radyosu) is the international service of Turkish state radio on shortwave, Turksat 3A satellite and the Internet.

Contents

  • Current broadcasts 1
  • Languages 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Current broadcasts

The interval signal of Voice of Turkey received in the UK on 15450 kHz in May 2013.

The round the clock Turkish broadcasts by the Voice of Turkey for Turkish nationals living abroad and those of Turkish origin focus on education, culture music and news programmes.

Its transmissions start with a piano tune in the hicaz makam.

Languages

The Voice of Turkey broadcasts on a daily basis for a total duration of 58 hours in 26 languages. These broadcasts in which culture, music and news programmes weigh heavier are carried in these languages ;

See also

External links

  • TRT Voice Of Turkey (English)


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