"New spirit," with few details, for France's Arabic-language Monte Carlo Doualiya.

Posted: 05 Feb 2010

"As part of its expansion plan, Monte Carlo Doualiya radio station recently launched its newest programs network in Jordan and directly interacted with its audience through a series of programs about Jordanian political and social issues marking a special day for the country. ... On this occasion, Mr. Alain De Pouzilhac, CEO of Monte-Carlo Doualiya, said: '2010 brings a new spirit to Monte Carlo Doualiya, we are exploring new talents and promise our listeners an exciting new phase reaching all age groups and interests. ... Monte-Carlo Doualiya, formerly known as RMC Middle East or RMC-MO, was founded in 1972 as a public French, Arabic-speaking radio station; it joined the "Radio France Internationale" group in 1996, and currently covers the Middle East, Gulf and Maghreb reaching over 10.5 million listeners. In Jordan, Monte Carlo Doualiya can be heard in Amman on FM 97.4 FM and in Ajloun 106.2 FM. It broadcasts out of Paris and is distributed all over the Arab world." Al-Bawaba, 1 February 2010. See also

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