Postimees Group has five radio stations that have been broadcasting balanced and versatile programming for 25 years. Three stations are aimed at the Estonian listener and two at Russian-speakers.
Raadio Kuku is the first fully private-capital radio in Estonia and is among the few private radio stations in Europe the focus of which is talk- and problem shows, with music playing a less prominent but all the more carefully selected role.
Raadio Elmar is a unique phenomenon on both the Estonian and global media landscape as the only radio station that plays exclusively Estonian music most of which is also in Estonian.
MyHits is the youngest member of Postimees Group’s radio family. The station is aimed at younger people who prioritize being able to access their favorite station via all existing mediums and for whom music is an inseparable part of everyday life.
Podcasting has become a standard for every media that wants to be up do date. Therefore all the best tracks that sound in Postimees Group’s radio stations can be listened every time and in every device:
The Russian radio stations are Narodnoe Radio and DFM.
Data from pollster Kantar Emor suggests nearly half a million Estonians between the ages of 12 and 74 tune in to Postimees Group’s radio stations every week.