Vikerraadio is an Estonian national radio channel of Eesti Rahvusringhääling (formerly Eesti Raadio).[1] It began broadcasting on April 3, 1967. Ingrid Peek has been the editor-in-chief since August 7, 2017.[2]

Vikerraadio
Broadcast areaEstonia
Programming
Language(s)Estonian
Ownership
OwnerEesti Rahvusringhääling
Raadio 2, Klassikaraadio
History
First air date
April 3, 1967; 55 years ago (1967-04-03)
Links
Webcastotse.err.ee/k/vikerraadio
Websitevikerraadio.err.ee

According to the Kantar Emor radio survey, as of 2022, Vikerraadio was the most listened-to radio station in Estonia by day, week and month. 122,000 listeners listened to Vikerradio per day and 230,000 listeners per week.[3]

FrequenciesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Suurima kuulajaskonnaga raadiojaam oli mullu Vikerraadio - Eesti Päevaleht". epl.ee. Retrieved 2017-11-02.
  2. ^ "Vikerraadio peatoimetaja ametisse asub Ingrid Peek | Vikerraadio". ERR. Retrieved 2017-11-02.
  3. ^ ERR (2022-07-11). "Vikerraadio on Eesti kuulatuim raadiojaam". ERR (in Estonian). Retrieved 2022-07-19.

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