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Radio 2 (Belgium)

Radio 2
File:VRT Radio 2 logo.png
Broadcast area Belgium
Slogan Altijd dicht bij jou
("Always close to you")
Frequency FM:88.7-93.7, 97.5-97.9, 100.1 MHz
Online
Format Popular, regional
Audience share 31.58% (February 2008, Centrum voor Informatie over de Media (Flanders Centre for Media Information))
Transmitter coordinates

50°51′10.79″N 4°24′15.4″E / 50.8529972°N 4.404278°E / 50.8529972; 4.404278Coordinates: 50°51′10.79″N 4°24′15.4″E / 50.8529972°N 4.404278°E / 50.8529972; 4.404278

Owner VRT
Website www.radio2.be

Radio 2 is a Belgian radio channel operated by the Flemish public broadcaster Vlaamse Radio- en Televisieomroep (VRT).

In contrast to the more formal VRT Radio 1, Radio 2 features a more populist schedule aimed at a general family audience and is currently one of the most popular radio stations in Flanders.

Regional opt-outs

Radio 2 has five regional opt-out stations in the provinces of Antwerp, Flemish Brabant, East Flanders, West Flanders, and Limburg. Each of these stations produces seven regional news bulletins per day and dedicated programmes for its own province at breakfast time (Ochtendpost Mon–Fri), midday (Middagpost Mon–Fri) and drivetime (Avondpost Mon–Sat).

Radio 2 Antwerpen

  • Frequencies: 97.5 FM
  • Presenters include: Nathalie Allard, Els Broekmans, Dirk Ghys, Luc Schoeters

Radio 2 Vlaams-Brabant

  • Frequencies: 88.7, 92.4 and 93.7 FM
  • Presenters include: Lennart Segers, Kristel Smout, Dimitri Stuer, Xavier Taveirne, Sonny Vanderheyden

Radio 2 Oost-Vlaanderen

  • Frequencies: 89.8, 90.7 and 98.6 FM
  • Presenters include: Ilse De Roeck, Geert Houck, Sandra Stacius, Nico Teirlinck, Joyce Verdonck

Radio 2 West-Vlaanderen

  • Frequencies: 100.1 FM
  • Presenters include: Nico Blontrock, Charlotte Crul, Peter Hermans, Maggy Van Herreweghe

Radio 2 Limburg

  • Frequencies: 97.9 FM
  • Presenters include: Eva Droogmans, Kaat Mendonck, Leen Paredis, Iris Van Hoof

External links

  • Radio2

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