Agiou Dionisiou & Logotheton
Zakynthos 291 00, Greece
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The radio station Rhythm fm 94,3 began operations in March 1997. Since the beginning of May of that year began the first live shows with producers basically playing Greek music. More than 35 music producers filled the station’s program playing music from early morning until late at night. The response was greater than any expectation, so the small group began to grow day by day winning first place in the hearts of all listeners.
The first party of the station 1/8/1997 held in a small bar in ampoules. More than 1500 listeners filled the whole beach and entertained until dawn. Since then dozens of subsequent events for charity, concerts, beach parties, dances and sponsorships of events highlighting the culture of Zakynthos.
Station during the eleven year it hosted the studio all the famous names of arts passed from Zakynthos. The station’s program was structured so that it is aimed at ages 10 to 60 years, and succeeded, as evidenced by the love, involvement of the world and the advertising support from most small businesses and large island.
Today the music station plays mainly Greek music from the past and present and only successes from foreign music. From the first moment of operation, the station gave special attention to the contact with the people. The program is live 19 hours of the day with producers who choose the greatest hits (which fit naturally with the style of the station) according to their knowledge, but also based on the desires of the audience, having enlisted every possible way communication with them: by phone, e-mail and text messages from mobile phone. The station gives an opportunity for listeners to hear around the world, wherever they are via the internet and the Official WebSite: www.rythmos943. gr.
The radio station located in Zakynthos St. Dennis 2 and St. John Logotheton Street. The transmitter and antenna system is the objective condition of the island at an altitude of 450 meters. The range covers a large part of southwestern Greece.