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« عريس و السلامAlright, I'm not »

JORDANIAN RADIO STATIONS

  • By: Red Rose

  • On:Tuesday, December 26, 2006 10:48:25 AM
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    Once Audio-Visual Commission announced licensing private radio stations in Jordan, I thought a new flourishing era is going to be prominent in broadcasting and media field.

    As listener not an expert I see the current situation is as follows:

    Melody: It insists to transfer rubbish music to radio also, as Its  online TV. night club is not enough! http://www.melodyhits.tv/docs/radio.asp 
     "Please Please Please let me dedicate Elissa's song hubbak waja3 to the guy who studies chemistry" " Black angel I love you why you don't want to believe me, stop hurting me.."

    PS. Why most of Jordanian broadcasters try to be Lebanese when they are behind mike, leki and tnattaruna..etc, just note"
    It broadcasts the famous show (Frankly with Al-Wakeel) .It sheds the light on problems people encounter with public service providers like electricity, water, roads, transportation ...etc,. If they can shift broadcasting time to be at 10:00 AM instead of 8:00 AM It's going to be better, since Jordanian have enough problems to wake up at problems show also.
    Lebanese experience cannot be easily ignored.
     Despite It endeavors to present bunch of good social, economic, politic and local programs but you can notice how much they depends on trainees which is giving the impression of lacking any professionalism.

    Beat FM http://www.mybeat.fm and Radio Play.
    So far so good.
     I like subjects discussed in Sawa Chat. In the news you can notice passing American messages between lines.
    Radio Hayat: It targets religious listeners, tries to spread public awareness and present programs for family also.
    Mood FM http://www.mood.fm/home.axd & Radio Mazaj http://www.maysalward.com/MazajNet/ , both doing a good job! 
    I know giving license for political radio stations still prohibited in Jordan, but at least try to respect audience with good quality other programs better than what are available right now.

    I am still fan of radio Monte Carlo http://www.rmc-mo.com/ since their broadcasters highly sophisticated with creative touch aside from professionalism, presenting programs with good content respecting their audience.
    Maybe one day we will have such this station in Jordan...who knows.

    Other Memories Documented on December 26
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    Memories....

    يا زلمه بيظلو احن من اذاعت زمان لما كن الواحد اكره عليه يفتح راديو عمانكنا وقتها نسمع صوت العرب واذاعة لندن باالعربي
    كني مبطل  اعرف كيف اكتب عربي شوف كيف كاتب اذاعت بدل من اذاعة اشي غريب والله
    مش بس كلمة اذاعة يا حاتم ...وكمان كلمة بالعربي ...شو الالف الزيادة هاي قاعدة بتعمل هون  :) ؟؟ ما علينا...انا حبيت كثير الموضوع ..وبالاخر المنتج الجيد رح يفرض نفسه لانه دائما المنافسة الها فوائد..الخدمة بتتحسن..والخيارات بتكثر..واهم شيء انه حجم ومساحة الثقافة ا لمعروضة ومساحة الحرية الافقية والعامودية برضو رح يكون ما الها حدود...شكرا كثير على الموضوع الجديد والمميز...
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    • Moey
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    • On: 12/26/2006 9:24:35 PM
    what's wrong with the Lebanese accent? at least it's not like fight talk?
    • #6
    • Yazeed
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    • On: 12/26/2006 9:30:32 PM
    Moey, I think that since we live in Jordan, perhaps we should be listening to our Jordanian accent.
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    • Dana
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    • On: 12/26/2006 9:34:05 PM
    Beat F.M's website is www.mybeat.fm
    the one in the blog entry is incorrect
    Thanks Dana for the link, I updated the article for Red Rose
    Moey It's so nice to have soft accent, If it comes by lebanese broadcaster I don't mind at all, but to be Jordanian and imitate like parrot it's not cool i think ;)
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    • Moey
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    • On: 12/28/2006 3:59:54 AM
    Yazeed, typical arab
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    • Moey
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    • On: 12/28/2006 4:01:12 AM
    Red Rose, I have a lebanese accent, his mother might be lebanese so what? you guys make a big deal out of nothing, beddek yah mathalan goes on fm to scare kids saying: ESH BAGOLKO ELLE BEDDO A'3ANI HASSA YET9EL WELLA BALASH!!
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    • Moey
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    • On: 12/28/2006 4:04:55 AM
    don't get offended, I'm circassian/jordanian myself
    So Lets see :)
    Who on earth told u that "giving license for political radio stations still prohibited in Jordan"?!
    seems you DID NOT read the low correctly, or didn't at all!
    Radio Amman Net, Fann FM, Yarmouk FM in irbid, and the new one on the airwaves: Watan FM, have licenses for broadcasting News and political shows, its just that such a license costs a lot way more than the usual license: (I know Amman Net for example payed 50,000 JDs to upgrade its license), and Fann FM pays way a lot more since it broadcasts on several frequencies all over the kingdom. its just that the law set it like that in order make sure that the license owner is (a lil' bit) more responsible. And i think its totally right, especially in Jordan.

    Hmm, I know what you'll gonna comment on what i wrote above regarding Fann FM that its owned by the Jordanian Armed forces, but what many people do not know is that Fann FM pays a huge amount of money for licensing, and it is operated by a private company called Al-Kawn Media and production (which also operates radio rotana in Jordan, which is owned by Rotana after all)..

    now lets continue on:

    Melody is still in its demo test airplay, but i'm not expecting much regarding the music that is to be played, and totally agree with you.

    Please do note that foreign stations broadcasting in Jordan, like Radio Sawa, RMC, Radio Panorama, and BBC Arabic. Are considered part of the Jordanian radio sphere after all, especially that all of the above (excluding Panorama) had their first local FM station installed in Jordan, and all of them to have a well-based regional office in Jordan, and even studios and customized shows for Jordan!

    PS: Panorama, broadcasting in Amman on 106.7 FM replaced the good old days MBC FM, that is, after MBC moved to dubai and turned its best arabic evolution in FM radio ever “that is, MBC FM” into CRAP! Making its rating in Jordan THE WORST after this move.

    Ah, I remembered, I still didnt hear from you about the rest of the stations around: BBC Arabic, Panorama, Ahlen FM (try Ahlen on an RDS radio device w ed3eelee :)), Watan FM (despite its also in its Demo broadcasting), and the bunch of stations belonging to the Jordanian Broadcasting Corporation: (Amman FM, RFJ “in not-very-french-nowadays”, Radio Jordan 96.3 FM, Quran FM “which is owned now by the ministry of Awqaf”, and The Main Arabic Service “The big old one” ), especially in relation with the private ones.

    About Al-Wakeel's show, hmm.... Morning is a prime time for radio in Jordan, especially with people used to Al-Bath Al-Mobasher, I don't think it'd be a wise move to change it at 10 AM when most of the people are in the middle of the work fuss.  And a proof on that is the rating numbers its gaining.

    I do also want to hear your opinion about what i'd like to call “Mute Radio stations” .... which do nothing but play nonstop music, no shows, no news (or maybe a few of it), no nothing... but music and commercials.

    & Finally, regarding Amman Net's announcers: yeah they do have a lot of new personnel in the industry, as well as some professionals in some sort of shows “Mostly political”, they are a community radio after all... while regarding RMC.... total professionalism, total respect, and they do still have their rate in the Jordanian FM airwaves despite all this Jam.. and hey, they do have 2 frequencies operating in Jordan by the way.

    You can always check www.nasimjo.itgo.com/radioguide.html , or search my blog for “radio” for more off the Jordan blogosphere shelf :)
    Thanks Nassim for your Analysis there which is 100% required since you are expert in this field with strong background.

    Actually I hesitated to publish this post since as I mentioned I am not expert in this and I know the post is not accurate a little bit, but just tried to express one of normal listener's opinion.

    "Who on earth told u that "giving license for political radio stations still prohibited in Jordan"?!
    seems you DID NOT read the low correctly, or didn't at all!

    I confess I did not! but as you said the license costs a lot.

    Great you agree with me on Melody and it's part of Mute Radio Stations" Non -stop music.

    P.S.Radios I didn't mentioned: like BBC, Panorama for instance; I felt that Panorama targets Saudi audience more than Jordanian ,and BBC broadcasts in Jordan since long time before the new era.Also I skipped governmental ones (Amman FM, English-French). I liked the French station(Zahra Al-Masri-DJ Hisham.. did a great job)

    Al-Wakeel's show: you can find people prefer to listen to this programme at early morning and you can find people who don't and I am one of them :)

    Amman Net: There are good broadcasters like Mohamed Abu Arqub so far so good indeed, but still insists on my opinion that I don't like to feel that I am listening to students live show.

    Hmmm, Radio Monte Carlo...I am fond of for many reasons. Sure you listen to Fayez Makdesi, Gabi Ltaif, Alia'a Qdaih and others... you  are not just listning to normal voices they have sort of warm music in their words which is so attractive and impressive. I found their different shows for women,young, family and variant programs plus they choose their music with creative touch..Latino Americano, Africano,Arabic, French..etc. In brief they present nice info. with good culture away from getting bored.

    I'll be more than glad to check your blog frquentely, (I guess I did before).

    Your addition there is more important than the post itself which is highly appreciated.

    Again, Excuse some inaccurate points of view there as long as I mentioned It's humble opinion for ordinary listener.

    Regards/ Manal
    hehehe Moey..Mu lahadarajeh ;) lsn. I know the broadcster personally nor her dad/Mom/ grandmother is from lebanese origin.If she keeps her accent as it is better than imitation since It's not natural at all, I like Jessi and dezereh a lot I have no problem with that. bs nseer mtl el gurab elli bedo yseer tauoos ma btozbot ;)
    Allow me Nassim to mention our previous comments on Alwakeel Show in one of your previous posts at your blog :


    Red Rose said...
    Al Wakeel did a great job.
    But Nassim, do u think broadcasting such a program at 8.AM is good thing?
    I don't like to listen for unlimited problems at morning, I prefer to shift the programe time to 10 A.M.I guess it would be better.
    what do u think ;)?

    Monday, December 04, 2006 12:20:00 PM


    nasimjo© said...
    thanx for the comment redrose

    hmm, maybe its due to a habit jordanians got used to most of their lifes, which is "Al-Bath Al-Mobasher" on the Jordanian Broadcasting's main service.

    maybe also thats beside the fact that its closer for the usual jordanian listener who is used to wake up early and leave to his daily buzz.

    Monday, December 04, 2006 12:49:00 PM


    Opairah said...
    محمد الوكيل بحييكم تحية من القلب وهاع هاع ها ها
    اليوم كان بطريقو لقبرص والحلقة بذيعها على الطريق - اسمعت حلقة اليوم بالخاوة وانا رايح بالتكسي عالجامعة- وياريت واحد من الشوفيرية يحكيلنا مشاكلو
    وبعد نص ساعة أغني طلع بقول "فاصل دعائي وبنرجعلكو"
    وقال الناس مسجلين ضحكتي وبوزعوها بين بعضهم عالبلوتوث
    ها ها ها ها ها ها
    تحية من القلب إلى الأردنيين في الأردن في مركباتهم وإلى من يستمع إلينا على أثير البث الفضائي

    Monday, December 04, 2006 10:53:00 PM


    I'm currently listening to Fann FM's Besara7a with Mohammad Al-Wakeel who is today going around the streets of Amman!

    Nice!
    posted by nasimjo© at 7:43 AM on Dec 4, 2006
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    • nidalbanat
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    • On: 8/2/2007 6:27:11 PM
    kofffff alshbab ana ardne men sweden ana 7abeb andam m3akom
    Hey guys. How's everybody doing? I want you all to know that these silly channels were created to make you blind more than you are. Look at your damn lives. I don't know how do you, guys, live in Jordan? Are you proud of having such a progress in Amman? I wish I could hear Sawt Al-Arab again in stead of Sawt Al-Sharameet. Have a good day n don't be offended. Peace
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    • On: 5/7/2008 8:32:10 PM
    hey all, actually i wanna work at one of the radio stations or voice media, i think im having a great voice and sweet personality,, how can i go threw this
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    • firas
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    • On: 2/9/2009 3:08:02 PM
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    what about sawtelghad 101.5 fm
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    • Qwaider
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    Hi Firas,
    This is an old list, please find a new and continuously updated list at N@simjo here:

    Love Sawt to Ghad by the way
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