- Beijing Yinyue Tai
Infobox Radio station
name = Beijing Yinyue Tai
branding = Beijing Music Radio
Beijing Yinyue Guangbo
Beijing Ren Min Guangbo Dian Tai
frequency = 97.4 (mHz)
format = "music"
website = http://fm974.a8.com
callsign_meaning = "Yinyue" means music
Beijing Yinyue Tai, but commonly called "Beijing Yinyue Guangbo" by the radio announcer with Chinese "北京音乐广播", is also known in English as "Beijing Music Radio" at 97.4 FM in
Beijing, China. Since the broadcast is done in Mandarin Chinese, the English moniker "Beijing Music Radio" is only referred to on the hour for station identification.
radio stationis one of the radio stations under the Beijing Ren Min Guangbo Dian Taigroup.
Beijing Yinyue Guangbo plays various types of music including:
* English various formats including English Top 40,
Hot AC, and country music.
They also have news on every hour that is from
Beijing Xinwen Guangboradio station.
Mid Autumn and Spring Festival programming
On occasion, Beijing Yinyue Guangbo will broadcast live concerts around the
Mid Autumn Festivaland Spring Festival. The live concerts would pre-empt programs that are broadcast during the week at any other time.
Interviews with famous artists
On the weekends especially during the evenings, this station frequently broadcasts pre-recorded interviews with artists.
"Top 40" Countdown
The "top 40" countdown, the Chinese title uses the English phrase, is a countdown of current Mandarin pop songs. This program occurs Saturday nights (Beijing Time) and plays the most popular 40 songs in China for that week. This program does not include any English or Cantonese top 40 songs even though the station does occasionally play them during other times of the day.
* [http://fm974.a8.com/ Beijing Yinyue Guangbo (Beijing Music Radio) Official Website]
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