Radio and Television of Slovakia

Radio and Television of Slovakia or RTVS is a nationwide public broadcasting, state-funded organisation in Slovakia. It is headquartered in Bratislava and led by Jaroslav Rezník.
The organization in its current form was created in 2011 following a merger of Slovenská televízia ' with Slovenský rozhlas '. Funding for the combined organisation is obtained through advertising, government payments, and a monthly fee levied on most individuals registered with electricity retailers and most businesses containing three or more employees.
Like its two predecessor organizations, RTVS is a full member of the European Broadcasting Union.

Radio channels

There are 5 FM radio stations:
Via Satellite, DVB-T and Internet
It also has digital-only stations:
Rádio Regina is separated into the three regions of Rádio Regina Bratislava, Rádio Regina Banská Bystrica, and Rádio Regina Košice.
The output of Rádio Patria, which went on air in 2009, broadcasting from 06:00 until 18:00, is in the Hungarian language, as a service for Slovakia's largest ethnic minority group living predominantly in the southern districts bordering Hungary.

Television channels

There are 3 national television channels.