?eský rozhlas (?Ro) is the public radio broadcaster of the Czech Republic, and broadcasts throughout the Czech Republic nationally and on 13 regional stations.
236px On 18 May 1923, ?eský rozhlas is created and starts broadcasting regular programming under the name Radiojournal. The first regular announcer of the station who prepared and presented the news from the daily papers was Adolf Dobrovolný from 1924 to 1934.
In 1991, the Czech radio group changes its status and becomes an independent organization.
It offers the following radio channels:
- Radiožurnál – news, information and pop music
- Dvojka – talk and family programmes (former ?Ro 2 Praha)
- Vltava – culture, art and classical music
- ?Ro Plus – formers ?Ro 6, ?Ro Leonardo, ?Ro Rádio ?esko
- 13 regional channels
- ?Ro Brno
- ?Ro ?eské Bud?jovice
- ?Ro Hradec Králové
- ?Ro Karlovy Vary
- ?Ro Liberec
- ?Ro Olomouc
- ?Ro Ostrava
- ?Ro Pardubice
- ?Ro Plze?
- ?Ro Regina
- ?Ro Region, St?edo?eský kraj
- ?Ro Region, Vyso?ina
- ?Ro Sever
- ?Ro Radio Wave – youth radio (via cable, digital, and internet only)
- ?Ro D-Dur: classical music
- ?Ro Jazz: mainly jazz station (before ?Ro Euro Jazz)
- ?Ro Rádio Junior: children's radio
- Radio Prague: external broadcasts, six languages available.
- ?eská televize, the Czech publicly funded television broadcaster
- Battle for Czech Radio in World War Two