Killid Group (TKG) media outlet is part of Development and Humanitarian Services for Afghanistan (DHSA). It was established in 2002. Killid Group strives to work for strengthening democracy, and support freedom of speech and independent media’s organizations in the country. The radio broadcasts programs from Kabul, Mazar-e-Sharif, Kandahar, Nangarhar, Herat, Ghazni, and Khost provinces.Killid and Mursal Weeklies are the print media wing of Khalid Group, which are published since 2002. It has 25,000 circulations each week. The Weeklies Killid and Mursal are distributed in 34 provinces of the country. It focuses on women and families related issues. Besides Rak radio of Kabul, Killid Group supports and helps a network that consists of 28 cooperative radios in all over the country.
Contacts: 0202500717
Email: info@tkg.af
Website: www.tkg.af
 
 
2- Afghan Radio:
Known as a vibrant media in Kabul, the Afghan Radio was established by Afghan Zai in 2004. It started airing 24-hours program covering Parwan, Kapisa, Logar, and Maidan including Kabul. It is financially backed through its commercials and has six employees.
Contacts: 0798555566
Email: afghanzai@gmail.com
 
3- Aliks Radio:
An emerging media channel in Kabul, Aliks Radio was established by Wantandar Media outlet (Khabardar Limited) in 2008. It has started airing 24-hours program covering the Kabul city. It was financially backed with the help of its commercials. It has five employees.
Contacts: 0700275429 and 0700281577
Email: mirvaiss@yahoo.com
 
4-Biltoon Radio:
Known a vibrant media in Kabul, Biltoon Radio was established back in 2008 by Watandar Media Group. It has started airing 24-hours program covering the Kabul city. It was financially backed by Watandar Media Group. Currently, it has 12 employees.
Contacts: 0797333005
Email: zahid_najib@yahoo.com
5-Jawanan Radio (Youth):
A source of medium in Kabul, Jawanan Radio was established in 2010 by Ahmad Jawed Alkozai. It has started airing 24-hours the program covering Logar, Panjsher, Parwan, Maidan Wardak, Ghazni, and Kapisa including Kabul. Its expenses are being met with the help of its commercials. It has 30 employees including female.
Contacts: 0788024440
Email: info@youthmediagroup.af
Website: www.youthmediagroup.af
  
6- Rah-e- Farda Radio:
The Rah-e- Farda Radio was established back in 2006 by Haji Muhammad Muhaqiq. It starts airing 24-hours program covering Kabul and its surroundings. It has 111 employees including staff of Rah-e- Farda Television.
Contacts: 086427327
Email:info@farda.af
Website: www.farda.af
 
7- Sitara Radio:
Sitara Radio was known as an emerging media outlet in Kabul. It has started airing program 24-hours, covering eight provinces of the country. It has 11 employees.
Contacts: 0798555444 and 07917018134
Email: info@staratv.com
Website: www.staratv.com
 
8- Sobh Bakhair Afghanistan Radio:
Sobh Bakhair Afghanistan Radio was established by Bari Salaam in 2002. It has started airing programs from 6:30 am to 7: 30 am and again till 6: 00 pm to 7: 00 pm, covering the entire country. It is financially backed by Awanma production. Currently, it has 25 employees.
Contacts: 0700224424
Email: info@awanama.com
Website: www.channelseven.tv
  
9-Islah Radio:
Islah Radio was established by Islah Community and Social Development of Afghanistan in 2008. It has started airing programs from 6:00 am to 10:00 pm, covering 50 kilometres area including the surrounding of Kabul city. It is financially backed by Islah Community and Social Development of Afghanistan. It has 32 formal and informal employees.
Contacts: 0777848587 and 0786033435
Email: radio@eslahonline.net
Website: http://eslahonline.net/11
 
10- Puhantoon Radio:
Puhantoon Radio was established by UNESCO in 2005. It broadcast two hours programs three days in a week and covers west of Kabul.
Contacts: 0700221737 and 0202500237
Email: waheed.gharwal@yahoo.com
 
  1- Arakozya Radio:
A Kabul based radio; the Arakozya Radio was established by Moby Group (Muhsni’s brothers) in 2010. Its transmission can be received throughout Afghanistan.
Contacts: 0798151415
Email: ajmal.toorman@arakozia.com
Website: www.arakozia.fm
 
12- Nawa Radio:
Known as one of the fast-emerging media outlets, Nawa Radio was established in 2005 by Nawa production. It airs around-the-clock programs, which can be received in 21 provinces of Afghanistan. The channel has 32 employees with six of them are female staff.
Contacts: 0785558909
Email: sabatv@sabacent.org
Website: www.sabacent.org
 
13- Radio Salaam Watandar:
Founded by Internews in 2003, Radio Salaam Watandar was initially established as productions unit of local radios.
One of the biggest and independent radio production in Afghanistan, the Killid network broadcasts programs with having 59 local radios in 34 provinces and cover nearly 17 million listeners.
Salaam Watandar broadcasts its programs in Pashto and Dari languages on FM 98.9 and its listeners can keep themselves updated from its website as well.
Being a large network, Salaam Watandar allowed other local radios to broadcast its programs in the morning and evening.
 
Contacts: 0752020202
Email: info@salamwatandar.com
 
14- Arman Radio:
Known as one of the growing media outlets in Kabul, Arman Radio was established back in 2008 by the Moby Group (Muhsni’s brothers). It airs programs 24-hours, and its transmission can be received inside the country as well as US and Europe. It is the first private radio, broadcasting programs on FM and is pioneer in music and other programs.
Contacts: 0796009120
Email: armanfm98.1@gmail.com
Website: www.arman.fm
 
15- Aryana Radio:
The vibrant Aryana Radio was established in 2005 in Kabul by Engineer Ihsanullah Bayat. It airs programs 24-hours, and its transmission can be received in the country. It was financially backed through its commercials and its founder. The channel has 11 employees with five of them are female staff.
Contacts: 0700150083
Email: khushal.asefi@arianafm.com
Website: www.ariana.fm
 
16- Spogmai Radio:
Spogmai Radio is known as one of the fast-emerging radio in Kabul, which was established by Hameed Nasri. The radio airs programs 24-hours, which can be received throughout the country.
 
Contacts: 0202502200 and 0786001177
Email: spogmairadio@gmail.com
Website: www.spogmainews.com
 
17- Zwandoon Radio:
Zwandoon Radio was established by Ismail Yoon and is one of the fast emerging radio in Kabul. The radio broadcasts 24 hours transmissions, which can be received throughout the country.
Contacts: 0700603474
Email: yoon_af@yahoo.com
Website: www.zhwandoon.tv
 
18- Shamshad Radio:
Shamshad Radio is known as one of the vibrant radios in Kabul, which was established by Ilhaj Fazal Karim in 2004. It airs around-the-clock programs, which can be received in Afghanistan.
Contacts: 0799322129
Email: fazel02@hotmail.com
Website: http://shamshadtv.tv/
  
 
19-Sadai Zan Afghan Radio (Women Voice):
Known as one of the fast-emerging radio in Kabul, Sadai Zan Afghan Radio was established by Jmila Mujahed with UNESCO support in 2003. It has started airing programs from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm covering Kabul and its surroundings.
Contacts: 0700275089
Email: jmujahed@yahoo.com
 
20- Amozgar Radio:
Established in 2009 by Rahmatullah Begana, Radio Amozgar is one of the active radios in Kabul. The radio has 18 hours broadcasts and covers 12 provinces in the country. Having 15 employees, the radio is covering its costs through commercials and personnel fundings of its owner.     
Contacts: 0772929111
Email: info@amuzgarfm.com
Website: www.amuzgarfm.com
 
21-Zafar Radio:
Zafar Radio is founded in 2004 by Internews. The radio is widely popular in the country for its entertainment programs.
Zafar Radio broadcasts 18 hours programs, which covers 150 square kilometres area.
Najibullah Nasir is the concessionaire. The radio has 12 employees and its owner Nasir bears its financial expenses.
Contacts: 0789160084
Email: najibullahnaseer@yahoo.com
  
22- Qarabagh Radio:
Founded in 2003 by Internews, the Qarabagh Radio is able to attract large scale listeners in short period of time.
The radio broadcast 14 hours programs, which covers north of Kabul. Personal contribution and commercials help meet its financial expenses.
It has eight employees with Mairajuddin Taldin is its concessionaire.
Contacts: 0700234637
Email: qarabagh.fm@gmail.com
 
23- Gurbat Radio:
Known as one of the active media outlet in Kabul province, Gurbat Radio was established by Dr Muhammad Naimi in 2010.
It has started airing 24-hours programs in most provinces but in some provinces it airs the program 14-hours, covering Faryab, parts of Badghis, Kandahar, Wardak and Logar provinces. It is financially backed through its commercials and other projects. It has 12 employees.
Contacts: 0708198287
Email: gorbat.rtv@gmail.com
Website: www.gorbat.net
  
24- Kabul Radio:
Founded in 1984, the state-run Kabul Radio is one of the emerging media outlet in the country.
Kabul Radio broadcasts its programs on daily basis for 14 hours covering 25 square kilometers area. The financial expenditures of the radio is met with the aid by the government. It has 20 employees.
Contacts: 0202103171
Email: hanifawahed55@yahoo.com
  
25- Afghanistan Milli Radio (National Radio):
The first ever state-run radio, Afghanistan Milli Radio is founded in 1925 by the Kingdom of Afghanistan.
The national radio started broadcasting at times of King Amanullah Khan in 1928 from 5:00 am to 12:00 pm daily. It transmission can be received throughout Afghanistan including the neighboring countries.
The radio’s financial expenditures are being met by the government of Afghanistan and currently it has 64 employees.
Contacts: 0202103171
Email: info@rta.org.af
Website: www.rta.org.af
 
26- Mawlana Radio:
Known as one of the fast-growing media outlet in Kabul province, Mawlana Radio was established by Mairwais Sosyal (Khabardar Limited Company) in 2006.
The radio airs programs round-the-clock, which covers the whole Kabul province. It is financially backed through its commercials and Watandar Media Group. It has 3 employees.
Contacts: 0799333001
Email: mirvaiss@yahoo.com
 
27- Maiwand Radio:
Founded in 2009, the vibrant Maiwand Radio has 24 hours broadcasts. Its transmissions can be received in Kabul province and its surroundings. The radio is financially supported through personal investment and revenue generated from its commercials. Currently, it has 13 employees including five female staff.
Contacts: 07777293691
Email: maiwandfm@gmail.com
 
28- Neda Radio:
Known as one of the fast-emerging media outlet in Kabul province, Neda Radio was established by Muhammad Alam Khalili and Abdul Riza Khalili in 2008. Its round-the-clock broadcasts, which can be received in the nook and corner of the country. The financial expenditures of the radio are met through personal investment and revenue generated from its commercials.
Contacts: 0793101616
Website: www.negaahtv.af
 
29- Nai Radio:
A vibrant media outlet in Kabul province, Nai Radio was established by Nai Organization in 2006.
It has started airing the programs from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, which can be received in eastern part of Kabul. Nai Radio was financially backed through Nai Organization, Currently, it has five employees.
Contacts: 0774409923
Email:info@nai.org.af
Website: http://nai.org.af
 
30- Watandar Radio:
Founded by Mirwais Sosyal in 2004, the vibrant Watandar Radio airs round-the-clock transmissions, which is receivable in Kabul city. Meanwhile, the radio has 30 employees. It is financially backed by the revenue generated from its commercials.
Contacts: 0799333001
Email: mirvaiss@yahoo.com
   
31- Talimi and Tarbiati Radio:
Known as one of the vibrant media outlet in Kabul province, Talimi and Tarbiati Radio was established by Ministry of Education in 1978.
It has started airing programs from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm, which can be received in Kabul and its surroundings. Talimi and Tarbiati Radio were financially backed through Ministry of Education. Currently, it has 100 employees.
Contacts: 070058278
Email: zeer_4321@yahoo.com
 
32- Shahr Radio:
Known as one of the fast-emerging media outlet in Kabul province, Shahr Radio was established by Nasir Totakhail in 2007. It has started airing 24-hours programs, which can be received in 10 provinces including Kabul. Shahr Radio was financially backed through its commercials. Currently, it has 100 employees.
Contacts:  0777955955
Email:  info@citymedia.af
Website: www.citymedia.af
33- Dawat Radio:
Founded by Professor Abdul Rab Rasul Sayaf in 2010, the widely known Dawat Radio has attracted large number of listeners in a short period of time.
Contacts: 0706414849
Email: najibullahnaseer@yahoo.com
  
34- Noorin Radio:
The Noorin Radio is established by Alhaj Muhammad Arif Noori in 2006. The radio is among the popular media outlets in the country.
Contacts: 098080808
Website: www.noorintv.af
  
35- Watan Radio:
Founded in 2009 by Alhaj Abdul Majeed Moqurin, the Watan Radio is among the fast-growing media outlet in the country.
Its transmission can be received in Logar, Kapisa, and Wardak provinces.
Contacts: 0700020479 and 0202503770
Email: info@watanrtv.com
Website: www.watanrtv.com
  
36- Khurshid Radio
Known as one of the fast-emerging media outlet in Kabul province, Khurshid Radio has started airing 24-hours programs, which can be received throughout the country.
Contacts: 0783732876
Email: kawa.kohzad@hotmail.com
Website: www.khurshid.tv
  
37- Tapish Radio
The first and only private medical channel in Kabul province, Tapish Radio was established by Dr. Kalam in 2009. It is financially backed through private sources, its founder and partially through its commercials.
 
38- Alim Radio:
Known as one of the growing media outlet in Kabul province, Alim Radio has started airing 18-hours programs, covering Kapisa, Parwan, Maidan Wardak and Logar province including Kabul province. It is financially backed through its private sources, its founder and commercials.
Contacts: 0799008585
Email: aimal.marjan@mcit.gov.af
  
39- Zamzama Radio:
Founded by Imail Marjan in 2010, Radio Zamzama is one of the active media outlets in Kabul.
The radio airs 18 hours broadcast on daily basis, which can be received in Logar, Kapisa, Parwan, and Maidan Wardak beside Kabul province.
Its financial expenses are being met through personal investment and its commercials.
Contacts: 0700277277
Email: zabih786@hotmail.com
 
  40-Osa Afghanistan Radio:
The Osa Afghanistan Radio has started airing 24 hours programs, covering Kabul and its surrounding districts. It is known as one of the fast-emerging media outlet in Kabul province.
 
41- Bayan Radio:
Founded in 2003, the vibrant Bayan Radio is established by the ISAF.
Previously named Azadi Radio, the Radio Bayan is financially backed by the NATO forces. Its transmissions can be received throughout Afghanistan,. Currently, it has 60 employees.
Contacts: 0700251125
Email: sahakarif@yahoo.com
Website: www.sada-e-azadi.net
 
42- Arya Radio:
Known as one of the growing media outlet in Kabul province, Arya Radio has started airing 24 hours programs, covering Kabul and its surrounding districts.
Contacts: 0793444201
Email: walidtamim@hotmail.com
Website: www.aria.af
   
43- Asmai Radio:
Radio Asmai broadcasts round-the-clock programs and is known as a vibrant media outlet. It covers Kabul province as well as its surroundings.
 
 
44- Sarahang Radio:
An active media outlet in Kabul province, Sarahang Radio has started airing 24 hours programs, covering Kabul and its surrounding districts.
  
 
45- Omid Radio:
Omid radio has started airing 24 hours programs, covering Kabul and its surrounding districts. It is known as one of the fast-growing media outlet in Kabul province.
   
 
46- Milli Radio:
Known as one of the vibrant media outlet in Kabul province, Milli Radio has started airing 24 hours programs, covering Kabul and its surrounding districts.
  
 
47- Mawj Radio:
The Mawj Radio is widely known in the country, which broadcasts round-the-clock programs. Its transmission covers Kabul province and its suburbs.
  
48- Sta Radio:
The Sta radio has started airing 24 hours programs, covering Kabul and its surrounding districts. It is also known among active media outlets in Kabul province.
  
 
49- Wolasi Jirga Radio:
The Wolasi Jirga Radio has started airing 24 hours programs, covering Kabul and its surrounding districts.
  
 
  
Foreign Radios in Kabul
 
1-      BBC Radio:
The widely known BBC Radio broadcasts 24 hours programs from Kabul, which transmission is receivable throughout the country.
The radio is financially supported by the BBC network. Currently, it has 88 employees.
Contacts: 0202202300 and 0700274470
Email: meena.baktash@bbc.co.uk
Website: www.bbc.co.uk/pashto
  
2-      Azadi Radio:
Known as one of the fast-emerging media outlet in Kabul province, Azadi Radio was established in 2002 by the US government. It has started airing 12 hours programs, covering the entire provinces of Afghanistan. It is financially backed by the US government and has 116 employees. Azadi Radio broadcasts on 100.5 FM, which can be received in Kabul, Kandahar, Mazar-i-Sharif, Herat, Jalalabad, Khost, Gardez, Asadabad, Mehtar Lam, Qalat, Pul-i-Alam, Lashkargah and Ghazni.
Contacts: 0700295887
Email: mohmandha@rferl.org
Website: www.azadiradio.org
 
3-      VOA/Ashna  Radio:
Founded by the US government, VOA/Ashna Radio has started airing 12-hours programs, covering the entire provinces of the country. VOA/Ashna  radio broadcasts on 100.5 FM, which can be received in Kabul, Kandahar, Mazar-e-Sharif, Herat, Jalalabad, Khost, Gardiz, Asadabad, Mehtar Lam, Qalat, Pul-i-Alam, Lashkargah and Ghazni.
Contacts: 0700277198
Email: dari@voanews.com
Website: www.darivoa.com
 
4-      Alman Radio:
Alman Radio is known as Dutch Wli from Bon city and was established by Alman in 1953. It relays programs in Pashto and Dari languages.
Contacts:+93.799.667716
Email: muqeem_ab_rahimzi@hotmail.com
Website: http://www.dw.de
 
5-      France/French Radio:
It is the first French language radio, which broadcasts international news. RFA1 is state-run radio. Along its news service, RFA relays programs in French and other foreign languages.
Contacts:+ 33156304095
Email: service.perse@rfi.fr
Website: www.persian.rfi.fr
 
6-      Voice of Turkia Radio:
The first overseas Turkey’s Radio broadcasted programs in 1937 from Ankara. Currently, the Voice of Turkia Radio was organized under the directorship of overseas broadcasts and relays programs in 29 languages including Pashto and Dari.
Contacts: 00903124633360
Email: farsi@trt.net.tr
Website: www.trtpersian.com