Radio and telecommunication in Berlin

Radio and telecommunication in Berlin

There are several remarkable broadcasting facilities in Berlin, more than in other comparable cities. This is because Berlin was a divided city from 1961 to 1989 and because the Allies built their own broadcasting facilities in each sector. Further there was the necessity for a directional radio service to West Berlin.

*Fernsehturm (TV, FM, directional radio)
*Richtfunkstelle Berlin-Frohnau (directional radio, not used for broadcasting)
*Fernmeldeturm Berlin (Berlin Telephone Tower, FM, TV, directional radio)
*Radio mast Berlin-Olympiastadium (FM, mobile phone services)
*Transmitter Berlin-Britz (AM, FM)
*Funkturm Berlin (mobile phone services, not used for broadcasting)
*Radio mast Berlin-Scholzplatz (FM, TV, mobile phone services)
*Transmitter Berlin-Alley of Stallupone (AM, shut down)
*Berlin-Müggelberge TV Tower (directional radio services)

Demolished facilities

*Transmitter Berlin-Tegel (AM)
*Transmitter Berlin-Koepenick (AM, FM)


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