Radio World : History and Mistry of World Radio
# Radio Tahiti First Radio in 118 Islands
Tahiti a radio that changed identity several times
The story of Tahiti Radio, the first Radio station in 118 Islands is a story of a radio station that started its journey 73 years ago from the largest island of French Polynesia. It was the first radio station to transmit on this large region of 118 islands in 1949. When it started, it was only three hours of daily transmission calling “The Voice of the Islands” ( Vevo no motu).
In 1975, Tahiti Radio took a new name, ‘FR3 Tahiti’. This radio lasted seven years with a glorious time using this call sign. But in 1982, it owned another name, ‘RFO Tahiti.’ In Polynesia, a few independent and associative radio stations began broadcasting in the 1980s. There will be the ability for French networks like NRJ or Europe 1 to broadcast their content, but local radio stations will also start to appear.
In June 1997, RFO relocated and established its new corporate headquarters in the Pamatai site. RFO Tahiti changed its name to Radio Polynésie on February 1st, 1999, after RFO became the France Overseas Network. In October 2000, 89.0 MHz was designated as the exclusive radio frequency for the majority of Tahiti.
In order to accommodate the introduction of DTT in Overseas France, Rémy Pflimlin announced the name change of the France Overseas Network to Overseas 1st Network on October 12, 2010. On November 30, 2010, Polynésie changed its name to Radio Polynésie 1ère. In 2018, Radio Polynésie 1ère once again changed into Polynésie la 1ère.
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