We Covered:

Parwan | Kabul | Kapisa | Punjshir

History

Launched in 2016 by Dr.Najeeb Danish, Founder of Danish Group, Danish Radio and Television Network, Danish University, Danish Hospital and Danish High School.

Danish Radio and Television Network is the largest private media channels in Parwan province, Covering Parwan and neighbor provinces within 9 district of Kabul province and reaching to over 2,000,000 Afghans. Danish Radio and Television Network (DRTN) programs particularly emphasizes on education, Health, Childrens, Women, Social activities, Economic, Sports, Cultural, Historical, Comedian, Islamic, Entertainment, Current Affairs, Music and world issues and we take a great pride in broadcasting accurate News bulletins to the audience as events occur.

DRTN is a community radio station based in Parwan province, the radio station broadcasts from Charikar city and the signal reaches to near more than thirty kilometers. DRTN has a Board of Management and a well-defined management team which will ensure continuing development and success.

At present scope there are around twenty presenters and other station staff involved in radio broadcasting a quality and varied grid of programs to the Afghan people, twenty four hours a day. DRTN uses state-of-the-art equipment to produce and broadcast sponsorship announcements, program material, local-National news bulletins and community announcements as well as other material used in programs.

DRTN broadcasts a wide range of different programs to its listening audience, our professional team in Danish Network are well trained to use all the available equipments to produce and broadcast the best quality program they can. Live transmission regularly begins at 7 am with a social program followed by people messages and problems along with government officials.

Later, during the day we have many other live programs and in the evenings, young adult music and entertainment is the go. These programs reflects the results of survey of the potential listening audience which were collected during the stations formative time.