CLT-UFA, Europe’s leading broadcasting group in Europe, and DAVRIC Productions, are pleased to announce a cooperation, which will see the welcome return of RADIO LUXEMBOURG, 208.
Luxembourg and London – Wednesday September 29th 1999,
Radio Luxembourg will broadcast via a hybrid delivery platform, which will incorporate the famous medium wave frequency of 208m/1440KHz, analogue and digital satellite and the Internet. Studios will be based both in Luxembourg and London. Radio Luxembourg will encompass a truly unique blend of traditional radio values, combined with the latest state-of-the-art production and transmission technologies.
CLT-UFA Secretary General and Director General of Luxembourg activities, Dan Arendt, said: "We are delighted to see the re-launch of the legendary and much loved English language service of Radio Luxembourg "
Chief Executive of DAVRIC Productions, Eric Wiltsher, added: "We look forward to working closely with CLT-UFA to ensure that the return of Radio Luxembourg offers a style and sound that is 100% ‘RADIO LUXEMBOURG’. Audiences across Europe will once again be able to enjoy a unique blend of music, from golden oldies, to the latest releases, done the Luxembourg way – with a dedicated team of presenters".
Radio Luxembourg expects to recommence transmissions early in November 1999.
CLT-UFA is Europe’s leading broadcasting group, operating 40 radio stations and TV channels across Europe. Most hold leading positions in their markets – RTL and M6 in France, RTL Television in Germany, RTL TVI in Belgium, HMG in the Netherlands and UFA Sports in Europe. CLT-UFA is also actively involved in production and trading of audiovisual rights.