|Formation||30 June 1991|
|Type||Borovo municipality 25% and workers 75%|
Radio Borovo (Serbian Cyrillic: Радио Борово) is Serbian language radio station serving primarily Serb national minority in eastern Croatia. It has a local broadcasting license for the municipality of Borovo, Croatia. Its frequency is 100.7 MHz FM and it is heard in Vukovar-Srijem and Osijek-Baranja County and in Vojvodina in neighboring Serbia Radio Borovo is an independent radio station, privately owned, registered as a limited liability company - "Rhapsody", with 75% of initial capital owned by workers, and 25% owned by the municipality of Borovo. It is the most popular minority radio station in Croatia. It celebrated its twentieth anniversary in 2011. Due to its promotion of human and minority rights, it is often collaborates with the non-governmental sector.
Radio Borovo was established in 1991 in the initial stage of the Croatian War of Independence. During the period of the United Nations Transitional Administration for Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Sirmium, Radio Borovo played prominent role in the provision of relevant daily information to the local Serb community in the area of the Serb parallel entity of Eastern Slavonia, Baranja and Western Syrmia. During this period it provided information on regulation of legal issues of the individual members of the community and promoted reconciliation. At that time it was formally registered in accordance with Croatian laws. In 2016 the president of the Serb National Council of the Borovo Municipality, Dušan Latas, expressed his ambition that Radio Borovo will one day be transformed into Serbian language redaction of the Croatian Radiotelevision.