RAI-TV

RAI-TV

 

(Radiotelevisione Italiana), a government-controlled joint-stock company that has a monopoly on radio and television broadcasting in Italy. Radio Audizioni Italia (RAI) was founded in 1944 to succeed Ente Italiano Audizioni Radiofoniche (EIAR) and was reorganized as RAI-TV in. 1954. Radio broadcasts in 26 languages, including Russian, are beamed to Europe, America, Asia, Africa, and Australia. There are two television channels. RAI-TV is a member of Eurovision.

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Since arriving in Canada in 1975, Mr Persichilli has reported for Corriere Canadese, CFMT television, which became OMNI, and RAI-TV, the Italian state broadcaster.
At the Gala Concert of the opening ceremony, the RAI Orchestra, conducted by 36-year-old Slovakian maestro Jurai Valcuha, will perform at Turin's Arturo Toscanini Auditorium and broadcast live on RAI-TV5, Radio-3 and worldwide via RAI-TV International.
As prime minister, Berlusconi has exercised tight control over RAI-TV, the public broadcaster, while continuing to dictate the political slant of his commercial channels--so that six of seven national channels are Berlusconi-controlled.
Films (Italy) production, in association with RAI-TV, with participation of Via Digital and TVE.
A CDI release of a Clemi Cinematografica production, in association with RAI-TV.