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Voice of the Strait

Voice of the Strait
Type International public broadcaster
Country China
Availability International
Owner People's Liberation Army
Key people
Zhong Zhigang (钟志刚)
Launch date
August 24, 1958
Official website
Voice of the Strait

Voice of the Strait (Chinese: 海峡之声), Founded in August 24, 1958. the predecessor is the PLA Fujian Front Line Broadcasting Station (Chinese: 中国人民解放军福建前线广播电台), established in Yuandang Street No. 15, Gulou District, Fuzhou city, Fujian province, People's Republic of China. is composed of People's Liberation Army opened stations, mainly for the Taiwan radio, broadcast radio the Mandarin and Minnan language dialect program, now has 5 broadcast channels, also set up Chinese classical network radio. The platform is provided with the official website of the network.

This radio (News Radio) wave power is very large, waves mainly covers Taiwan and East China, in Asia, Europe, Africa, Oceania, America and even the Arctic and Antarctic can also receive shortwave, belongs to the international radio. While the Mediumwave of power is very small, in the daytime distance near the launch site, almost can not receive.

The Interval signal for the "Three Rules of Discipline and Eight Points for Attention" bells version.[1]


  • News Radio: MW 666 kHz, SW 4940 kHz
  • Minnan Radio: MW 783 kHz, SW 6115 kHz
  • General Radio: FM 97.9 MHz
  • Car & Life Radio: FM 90.6 MHz
  • Sunshine FM: FM 99.6 MHz


  1. ^ Interval Signals Online [1] Voice of the Strait News Radio interval signal

See also

External links

  • Voice of the Strait (Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese)

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