Tunisia’s Radio Free Tunisia has launched its free classic radio service, which will offer listeners an array of classic and alternative radio stations.
The service is based on the Tunisian Radio Free Foundation’s digital platform, which aims to provide radio stations with a digital platform for promoting the free expression of music, as well as promoting its independent digital and radio culture.
On Monday, Tunisia’s Free Classic FM, which is based in the capital Tunis, launched its digital radio service.
Tunisia is not yet a member of the Free Culture Movement, but it is the latest country in a long line of countries to join the group.
Founded in 1992, the movement, which has existed since the 1980s, has a long history of political and cultural activism in the country.
Its first initiative was the creation of a digital media platform for artists, writers and others to showcase their work.
Since then, the Free Classics Radio project has worked to create and expand its digital platforms and support for independent digital radio stations and their content.
In 2018, the group hosted a concert at its radio station in Tunis with more than 1,000 guests, including some of Tunisia’s most prominent artists and musicians.
It has also sponsored several music events in Tunisia, including the concert series “Tunimas” that were held in 2016 and 2017.
This year, Tunisia was among the 10 countries to be represented at the second International Digital Radio Festival, which was held in the UK in April 2018.