Arga Bileg 95.7

Arga bileg Radio FM (Арга билиг радио ФМ 95.7) was launched in 2009. The radio covers the territory of Ulaanbaatar. It is operated by the non-governmental organization (NGO) “Children Future Culture Education Foundation”. The radio describes itself as a “nationalistic” radio.The mission of Arga bileg radio FM 95.7 is to “promote the culture of clear, harmonious, rich, correctly pronounced spoken Mongolian language.” In accordance with its mission, the radio strives to transmit the best known music and the newest programs that are ‘good for listening’. The radio is funded by a non-governmental organization; it does not have any affiliations with political and business entities.

Key facts

Audience Share

MD not measurable

Ownership Type

Foundation

Geographic Coverage

Ulaanbatar

Content Type

free

Passive Transparency

upon request, ownership data is easily available from the company/channel

3 ♥

Media Companies / Groups

Children Future Culture Education Foundation NGO

Ownership

Ownership Structure

100

Individual Owner

Media Companies / Groups
Facts

General Information

Founding Year

2009

Founder

Мs. Odontuya

Affiliated Interests Founder

The radio was founded by a non-governmental organization; it does not have any affiliations with political and business entities.

Ceo

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Editor-In-Chief

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Financial Information

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Operating Profit (in Mill. $)

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Advertising (in % of total funding)

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Market Share

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Further Information

Meta Data

After several phone inquiries, the MOM questionnaire was completed and sent via email. No information regarding its financial operation was provided.

Sources Media Profile

Mongolian Media Today 2016, Press Institute of Mongolia Document ID-1; http://crc.gov.mn/k/V/5I ; http://crc.gov.mn/k/V/5I
MOM questionnaire;
Web search and interview with journalists;

  • Project by
    Press Institute of Mongolia
  •  
    Reporters without borders
  • Funded by
    BMZ