Radio-Sygnaly

Radio-Sygnaly

Radio-Sygnaly

Radio-Sygnaly

Radio-Sygnaly is nothing else like modern student Internet radio with long traditions. We started April 24, 1957 of the year and for many years acted as a student radio broadcasting in the dorms at the Pedagogical University (later the University of Opole) in Opole. After 5-year hiatus lasted since 2000. We resumed operations using the platform, which is the Internet.

With a global network, you can listen to us in every corner of the Earth, which gives us a clear advantage over conventional FM stations. the sound quality and the specificity of the program for sure they do not disappear.

Our program aimed primarily at young people, but experience shows that we listen to people of all ages. Here everyone will find something for everyone! Program blocks are well suited to the expectations of our audience – it is time for a wide variety of music, greetings, as well as performances of our leading authors (see Schedule). We constantly monitor Opole academic in search of good topics to comment and presentation in front of a wider audience. You can also find out where to jump in his free time and not get bored.
The period after the reactivation of a success story. While maintaining the specificity of traditional radio, we were able to get a group of more than 150 regular listeners, and the highest score audience of over 400 people at one time. In his short achievements we have interviews with the biggest stars of Polish music scene.

Kayah, Ewelina Flint, Krzysztof Krawczyk, Alfonso Staszczyk or Myslovitz is only part of the operators who agreed to an interview with us. Voice gave us the In-Grid – a star with international format. Journalistic experience gained during the operation of such events as the Winter Stock Exchange Song, Student Cultural Spring Piastonalia, the National Festival of Polish Song in Opole is invaluable for us.

The effects work and commitment of our team reporter are evidence of our effectiveness, although the roots of activity stations are amateur.

 

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