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The coolest (looking) radio station – RMF FM :: Radio Muzyka Fakty

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I don’t know what the music sounds like, but this is what radio stations should look like! – Link.

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  • RMF Radio Station in Poland Occupies 21st Century Facility – Link.
  • Most bizarre radio station in the world? – Link.

12 thoughts on “The coolest (looking) radio station – RMF FM :: Radio Muzyka Fakty

  1. in polish: RMF – Radio, Muzyka, Fakty
    in english: RMF – Radio, Music, Facts
    I`m from Poland and I think that, besides the building look, the station is really good, but it obviously depends on personal preferences :). If someone wants to try:
    http://www.rmf.pl/odbior/
    try Windows Media 48kbps option :)

  2. This building has been a major failure for the investor, it almost took the whole station down (AFAIK the biggest radio station in Poland).

    Why? Well first of all it wasn’t meant to be a building for the radio headquaters – it was meant as headquaters for a new TV station. Then a few things went wrong – the company did not get a licence to broadcast a TV signal, the highway that is right next to the complex had a junction removed from it’s plans (so you can see the building from the highway, but have to drive for another 33km before you can enter it)…

    From what I heard from people working in RMF, the station/company had serious problems to recover from this setback. Mind you, this was quite a few years ago.

  3. It looks like a giant gerbil run.

    I can’t think how to live without any windows–awful. I looked at Monolithic Domes, and they built a High School without any windows, which I think has to be considered child abuse.

    It doesn’t surprise me that it was a failure. The pictures of the interior show an empty building. It’s not that you can’t build big toys, it’s that maybe they don’t work as a useful and vibrant environment.

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