Radio Luxemburg

Radio Luxemburg

Coordinates: 49°38′13.23″N 6°09′50.15″E / 49.6370083°N 6.1639306°E / 49.6370083; 6.1639306

For other uses, see RTL and Radio Luxembourg.

RTL Radio, formerly Radio Luxemburg, is a commercial radio station in the German language. It began broadcasting after World War II from the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg on 208 metres in the medium wave band.

RTL Radio is part of the RTL Group. Today there are two stations, the German national station "RTL Radio", and "RTL Radio 93.3 & 97.0 FM". The former is broadcast via cable, satellite and on the internet. The latter, regional programme broadcasts on FM in Luxembourg, Rheinland-Pfalz, Saarland, eastern Belgium, and Lothringen.

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