Radio event of the year. Radiožurnál Sport launched its broadcast
On Friday 21 May at 11 a.m. Radiožurnál Sport - the first specialised sports digital radio station in the Czech Republic started broadcasting with Kateřina Neumannová and Dominik Hašek interview. Radiožurnál Sport is launching its broadcast on the occasion of the Ice Hockey World Championship and will also offer to its listeners an exclusive content from other important sporting events including the European Football Championship and the Olympic Games.
"I am delighted that after 11 years of digitisation we can offer our listeners a new digital station, which will bring not only many of the world's top sporting events, but also in-depth coverage of Czech and world sports. That is why I believe it will reach a really wide audience. The new station combines both the 97-year-old tradition of sports broadcasting and the latest broadcasting possibilities," said René Zavoral, Director General of Czech Radio.
Radiožurnál Sport is available on the DAB+ network, the mujRozhlas app, on the radiozurnalsport.cz website as well as on the DVB-T2 network. On the first day, a live broadcast from the match between the Czech Republic and Russia from Ice Hockey World Championship will be available with commentary by Petr Kadeřábek and František Kuna.
Radiožurnál Sport broadcasts daily from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight, with Czech Radio Radiožurnál station covering the programme in the remaining hours. In the first week of its broadcast, it will offer live coverage of the Ice Hockey World Championship, as well as news and commentaries from the European Swimming Championship in Budapest, and the legendary programme S mikrofonem za fotbalem which will cover all nine football matches of the 33rd round of the Fortuna Liga.
Within 12 months both the Summer and Winter Olympic Games, the Ice Hockey World Championship, the European Football Championship and many other sporting events for which Czech Radio has broadcasting rights will be covered. „Radiožurnál and sport historically belong together. I am glad that now we will offer sports fans an extended edition in the form of 18 hours per day. We want to show sport in all its forms. Not only the professional sport, but also the amateur one and as a way of life,“ said Ondřej Suchan, Radiožurnál Editor-in-Chief.
More information is available on the Radiožurnál Sport website.
Today's opening ceremony can be seen here.