Radio Crne Gore

Радио Црне Горе
Radio Crne Gore
City National
Broadcast area  Montenegro
Frequency 94.9 MHz (Cetinje)
92.1, 94.0 MHz (Kolašin)
95.5, 96.5, 97.1 MHz (Podgorica)
101.8 MHz (Mojkovac)
96.8 MHz (Pljevlja)
94.6 MHz (Bijelo Polje)
89.5, 96.3 MHz (Rožaje)
89.1 MHz (Berane)
99.8 MHz (Bar)
92.2 MHz (Budva)
97.3 MHz (Ulcinj)
89.9 MHz (Plav)
96.1 MHz (Žabljak)
88.0 MHz (Nikšić)
First air date 27 November 1944
Format Public
Owner Radio Televizija Crne Gore (RTCG)
Webcast Slušaj uživo

Radio Crne Gore is a radio station in Montenegro. It is part of Radio Televizija Crne Gore (Radio-Television of Montenegro). Radio Crne Gore broadcasts from Podgorica.


In 1949, Radio Titograd was formed. In 1963, RTV Titograd was established, making Radio Titograd a part of it. In 1990, Radio Titograd changed its name to Radio Crne Gore. RTV Titograd eventually was renamed to Radio Televizija Crne Gore, making Radio Crna Gora a part of it ever since.

Radio Montenegro Trophy

In 2014, Football Association of Montenegro altogether with Radio Montenegro founded Radio Montenegro Trophy, commemorating the 70th anniversary of the radio. The trophy is awarded to best scorer of the Montenegrin First League.

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