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RTBF - Radio-Télévision belge de la Caommunauté française - INR - RTB

RTBF - Radio-Télévision belge de la Caommunauté française - INR - RTB ; Broadcasting (ID = 1851937) TX  
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RTBF - Radio-Télévision belge de la Caommunauté française - INR - RTB ; Broadcasting (ID = 1851937) TX
Broadcasting: RTBF - Radio-Télévision belge de la Caommunauté française - INR - RTB [TX] ID = 1851937 495x341
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For model RTBF - Radio-Télévision belge de la Caommunauté française - INR - RTB, Broadcasting Stations - Belgium:
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Country:  Belgium
Manufacturer / Brand:  Broadcasting Stations - Belgium
Year: 1930–2015 Category: Transmitter (TX not Transceiver)
Main principle Transmitter
Wave bands Wave Bands given in the notes.
Details
Loudspeaker - - No sound reproduction output.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: RTBF - Radio-Télévision belge de la Caommunauté française - INR - RTB - Broadcasting Stations -
Notes

Extract of Wikipedia:

"Radio Télévision Belge Francophone (RTBF) is the public broadcasting organization of the French Community of Belgium, the southern, French-speaking part of Belgium.

Its counterpart in the northern part of the country is the Dutch-language Vlaamse Radio- en Televisieomroep (VRT).

RTBF operates four television channels – La Une, La Deux, La Trois and Arte Belgique – together with a number of radio channels, La Première, RTBF International, VivaCité, Musiq3, Classic 21, and PureFM.

The organization's headquarters in Brussels is sometimes referred to colloquially as Reyers.

This comes from the name of the avenue where RTBF's main building is located, the Boulevard Auguste Reyers (in Dutch: Auguste Reyerslaan).

Originally named INR – Institut national belge de radiodiffusion (Dutch: NIR – Belgisch Nationaal Instituut voor de Radio-omroep), the state-owned broadcasting organization was established by law on 18 June 1930.

On 14 June 1940 the INR was forced to cease broadcasting as a result of the German invasion. The German occupying forces, who now oversaw its management, changed the INR's name to Radio Bruxelles.

A number of INR personnel were able to relocate to the BBC's studios in London from where they broadcast as Radio Belgique / Radio België under the Office de Radiodiffusion Nationale Belge (RNB) established by the Belgian government-in-exile's Ministry of Information.

At the end of the war the INR and the RNB coexisted until 14 September 1945, when a Royal Decree restored the INR's original mission. The INR was one of 23 broadcasting organizations which founded the European Broadcasting Union in 1950.

Television broadcasting from Brussels began in 1953, with two hours of programming each day.

In 1960 the INR was subsumed into RTB (Radio-Télévision Belge) and moved to new quarters at the Reyers building in 1967. RTB's first broadcast in colour, Le Jardin Extraordinaire (a gardening and nature programme), was transmitted in 1971.

Two years later the RTB began broadcasting news in colour. In 1977, following Belgian federalization and the establishment of separate language communities, the French-language section of RTB became RTBF (Radio-Télévision Belge de la Communauté française) and a second television channel was set up with the name RTbis." 

 

 

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