RSI Rete Uno

RSI Rete Uno (English: Network One) is the principal radio channel of the Swiss public-service broadcasting organization Radio Svizzera Italiana, which launched in 1933 as Radio Monte Ceneri.

RSI Rete Uno
CityLugano
Broadcast areaSwitzerland
FrequencyFM, DAB, cable and satellite
First air date29 October 1933 (as Radio Monte Ceneri)
OwnerRSI
Webcast,
Websitereteuno.rsi.ch/home/networks/reteuno.html

Broadcasting in Italian, it is receivable throughout Switzerland (as well as southern Germany) via FM, DAB, cable, and satellite. Until 31 June 2008 (when SRG SSR ceased broadcasting on the 558 kHz medium-wave frequency) it could also be received in large areas of northern and central Italy.

The station identifies itself on-air as "Radio Svizzera - Rete Uno". On FM Bands, it identifies itself as "RETE UNO" The director of RSI Rete Uno is Edy Salmina.

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