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Radio Zet
Broadcast areaPoland[citation needed]
Programming
Language(s)Polish[citation needed]
Formatadult contemporary
History
First air date
28 September 1990
Former call signs
Radio Gazeta
Links
Websiteradiozet.pl

Radio Zet (Polish pronunciation: [radjɔ zɛt]) is a Polish commercial radio station launched in 1990, as the second privately owned radio in Poland.

Since 2023, its majority shareholder has been Agora SA.[1]

History

Radio Zet was established in Warsaw, and aired its first broadcast on the 28th of September 1990. The station's founder and its first editor-in-chief was a prominent journalist Andrzej Woyciechowski.[2]

In 2005, Radio Zet launched Andrzej Woyciechowski Prize awarded to outstanding journalists.

Radio Zet headquarters in Warsaw in 2006.

Audience

Radio Zet OB vehicle in Poznań, 2008.

According to Radio Track survey by Millward Brown SMG/KRC, the share of Radio Zet in terms of listening from December 2022 to February 2023 in the age group 15-75 was 13.6%, which gave the station the position of the second most listened to radio station in Poland.[3]

References

  1. ^ NoMonday. "14/2023 Zawarcie Umowy Sprzedaży 110 udziałów w spółce Eurozet sp. z o.o. z SFS Ventures s.r.o. z siedzibą w Pradze w wykonaniu Opcji Call 1". www.agora.pl (in Polish). Retrieved 2024-06-01.
  2. ^ "20 lat temu wszystko się zaczęło... - Polska - Wiadomości - Radio ZET - Czujesz i Wiesz - wiadomości, muzyka, świat, rozrywka, konkursy, koncerty na żywo, kanały internetowe". web.archive.org. 2010-11-29. Retrieved 2024-06-01.
  3. ^ "RMF FM liderem, tracą Radio ZET i Eska. Najmocniej w górę Jedynka". www.wirtualnemedia.pl (in Polish). 2023-03-10. Retrieved 2024-06-01.