Radio emerged in Kosovo with the establishment of Radio Prishtina in 1945, playing a pivotal role in information dissemination especially during the tumultuous periods of Kosovo's history. Despite the rise of television and online media, radio has maintained a steady presence, holding a 9% penetration rate among the population. Radio stations in Kosovo, including Radio 21, Radio Kosova, and Radio Dukagjini, continue to offer a blend of news, cultural programming, and entertainment, catering to different audiences. Currently, Kosovo enjoys a diverse radio scene featuring 4 national and 62 local stations, including several low-frequency radios. Noteworthy is the adaptation of some stations to digitization, offering their services through streaming platforms.

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