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Immigrants’ radio hits airwaves tomorrow

A radio station designed for immigrants to Iceland will begin broadcasting tomorrow on the station Halló Hafnarfjördur, on FM 96.2. A press release by the Municipality of Hafnarfjördur states that the town has prepared the broadcast in cooperation with the media department of the Flensborg Upper Secondary School and the Intercultural House in Reykjavík. Broadcasts will be limited to Hafnarfjördur, and will also be available on the town’s website. Half-hour broadcasts four times a week are planned in up to 13 languages, the main ones being Polish, Russian, Tagalog and English. RÚV online reports.

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