Improve your knowledge on the Maghreb radio.
Radio based in Morocco, with programs both in French and Arab
Radio Mediterranee Internationale(MEDI 1) was born in 1980 from a cooperation between French private investments that holds 49% of the radio and private investments from Morocco (mostly banks and big firms) that hold the 51% remaining.
MEDI 1 is a bilingual (French and Arabic) and non-specialised radio which programs are mainly international information, services and entertaining.
click here to visit the Medi 1 radio web site
click here to visit the Radio Casablanca web site
Radio Télévison Marocaine
click here to visit the Radio Télévison Marocaine web site
There are three major National radios
Programme of the first station. In Arabic.
click here to visit the Chaîne 1 radio web site
Second channel from the Algerian radio.
click here to visit the Chaîne 2 radio web site
Third programme of the Algerian national radio. In French.
click here to visit the Chaîne 3 radio web site
There are 21 other local and regional radios that you can discover through the national radio web site, including:
Listen to Algerian radio 4th programme.
click here to visit the El Bahdja radio web site
click here to visit the Annaba radio web site
Radio El Bahia
Local station from Oran.
click here to visit the El Bahia radio web site
Radio in arabic.
click here to visit the Ziban radio web site
Radio Monastir was created in August 1977. It broadcasts 19.30 hours a day.
click here to visit the Radio Monastir web site
Latest news from Tunisia, as well as some political events in the history of the country that have been recorded.
click here to visit the Radio Tunis web site
Now that you know more about the French-speaking Maghreb radio, learn more about the general information on these countries.
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