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RMC
Logo of RMC
Broadcast areaFrance
Monaco
Frequency103.1 (Paris)
104.3 (Marseille)
104.2 (Lyon)
Full list of frequencies
Programming
Language(s)French
FormatTalk
News
Sports
Ownership
OwnerNextRadioTV (99.9 %)
Principality of Monaco (0.1 %)
BFM Business
History
First air date
July 1, 1943; 79 years ago (1943-07-01)
Former call signs
Radio Monte-Carlo (1943-1981)
RMC (1981-2001)
RMC Info (2001-2002)
Links
WebcastRMC Live Stream
Websitermc.bfmtv.com

RMC is a private French-Monégasque radio station created in 1943, broadcasting from France with studios in Paris and Monte-Carlo. RMC stands for Radio Monte-Carlo.

History

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Radio Monte-Carlo was created on 1 July 1943.

In 1950 Radio Monte-Carlo became one of 23 founding broadcasting organisations of the European Broadcasting Union.

Since 1995, the Monegasque membership has been held by Groupement de Radiodiffuseurs Monégasques (GRMC), a joint organisation by Monaco Media Diffusion (MMD), Radio Monte-Carlo (RMC) and Télé Monte-Carlo (TMC).

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