Croatian Radio and TV (HRT) celebrate 90 and 60 years respectively as Croatian Post put into circulation a special postage stamp on 26 April 2016. The stamp shows a radio announcer and a cameraman and the symbols of HRT.
With a nominal value of 3.10 kuna (about 40 Eurocent.) the stamp is printed in 100,000 copies. Authors are Ivana Vucic and Tomislav Jurica-Kaćunić, both designers from Zagreb.
This year marks 90 years of the Croatian Radio and 60 Croatian television. The words "Hello, hello! Here Radio Zagreb! ' were firstly announced on 15 May 1926 broadcast by Radio Zagreb. At that time, only 10 European and a total of 15 countries in the world had a radio station.
Croatian Radio and Television now broadcasts four national television programmess, three national radio channels and 8 regional radio programmes and international program Voice of Croatian. Regional studios in Pula (Pola) and Rijeka (Fiume) also broadcast in Italian.
Croatian Radio and Television HRT also preserve a rich archival material, consisting of 250,000 hours of audiovisual records, 100,000 hours of radio records, 30,000 notations and 30,000 books.
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