Posted 29.06.2011 12:13:05 UTC
Updated 30.06.2011 08:25:35 UTC
The Turkish Radio and
Television broadcasts beamed to the world are carried by the Voice of Turkey.
The Voice of Turkey while sticking
with its traditional line of broadcasting in its transmissions to the world on
the short wave, via the satellite and on the Internet, also closely watches the
technological developments in the realm of broadcasting and puts at the
disposal of its listenership a website in 32 languages with a powerful infra-structure.
The Internet buffs can
listen in to whatever is newsworthy in the region, the world and Turkey in 35
languages and dialects at trt-world.com , which became operational on
November 20, 2008.
The languages on trt-world.com
are German, Arabic, Albanian, Azerbaicani Turkish, Bosnian, Bulgarian,
Chinese, Dari, Persian, French, Georgian, Croatian, English, Spanish, Italian,
Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Hungarian, Macedonian, Uzbek, Pashto, Romanian, Russian, Serbian,
Tartar, Turkmen, Urdu, Uyghur, Greek and Armenian.
All the developments
concerning the region and the world, breaking news and in-depth current affairs
programmes featuring the views of experts are covered impartially on
www.trt-world.com. Every language
prioritizes the developments regarding its own region followed by those in the
world and in Turkey.
The statistical data in
terms of daily, weekly and monthly visitors to the Website can easily be
monitored,which show a varying range of intensity.
Visitors to trt-world.com
have easy access to the daily podcasts of broadcast programmes which also
include interviews not covered in radio transmissions, audio and video podcasts
as well as exclusive photos reflecting the highlights of the week and multi-media
galleries devoted to special subjects.
The TRT website visitors ,
if they so please, can also get in touch with the representatives of language
sections for an inter-active communication on various subjects covered on the
Each language on the
website has links to the others.
The addresses providing
easy and fast access to the languages are the following: