Dubai Radio Stations

Al Arabiya 98.9 FM
AlArabiya (ARN Arabic Language Service) broadcasts 24 hours a day on the FM band on 98.9 Mhz. The first truly formatted commercial Arabic Radio Service; the station plays a mix of Arabian Gulf and mainstream Arabic Hit music.

Al Khaleejiya 100.9 FM
Al Khaleejiya (ARN Arabic Language Service) broadcasts 24 hours a day on the FM band on 100.9 Mhz. It broadcasts a unique traffic service by being linked to Dubai Municipality, which gives ARN access to hundreds of street cameras so that an effective traffic watch can be conducted and commuters listening can benefit from such important information about the roads as they become busier day by day in Dubai.

City 101.6 FM
(ARN Hindi language Service) is the youngest child of the Arabian Radio Network launched softly on 12th May 2002. Being the first Asian FM (Hindi/Urdu) station to broadcast from Dubai, it aims to be the ‘Heartbeat’ of all Asians residing in the U.A.E. (the strap line of the station is “Dil Ki Dhadkan”).

HIT 96.7 FM
Recently the Arabian Radio Network Launched HIT 96.7 FM-a station that truly lived up to its namesake, surpassing even the expectations of the ambitious ARN teams. Designed to serve the interest of the largest expatriate community in the gulf - The Malyalees, it has receivedresounding acceptance from its very inception and attracted a large and loyal listener base.

Radio 4 89.1 FM
Channel 4 Radio Network therefore provides music based entertainment as a platform for spot advertising and cross marketing, including promotions, events, live appearances and competitions. The opportunities to connect with your customers are as limitless as our combined imagination.


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