Sout al-Khaleej, on its 18th anniversary, has added Istanbul to its list of broadcasting cities.
Coinciding with its celebration of the eighteenth anniversary, Sout al-Khaleej Radio began experimental broadcasting in the Turkish city of Istanbul on frequency 99.4 FM, in addition to the cities that broadcast through other frequencies, whether FM or digital.
The new station was added after the radio service started airing its programmes in the most important European cities such as London, Geneva and Vienna, in line with the endeavours of its management to deliver the voice of Dana to all Arabs.
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