New FM station in Georgia

July 25, 2007 at 7:53 am Leave a comment

A new FM radio station began broadcasting in the Georgian capital Tbilisi. The new radio, on the frequency of 95,9 MHz, is called Radio Muza. The program format of station is classical music. Until the end of July 2007 the broadcasts will be possible to receive only in the limits of Tbilisi, but already from August 2007, in other regions of the country. Radio Muza is the first and only Georgian radio station with 24 hour classical music only. The first lady of Georgia, Sandre Elisabeth Rulovs-Saakashvili had the initiative in the creation of the station. Three Dutch companies participated in the formation of the radio.

(Moscow IDX Bulletin)

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