Radio Samizdat

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Technical Details
Micronation Flagsamisdat.jpgState of Samizdat
Language English
Launched 29 June 2019
Owned by State of Samizdat Broadcasting
Member of Micronational Broadcasting Union
Copyright Licence CC BY-NC 4.0
Type of transmissions News & Reports
Website Website

Online radio

Radio Samizdat is the online radio of the State of Samizdat. It was launched on 29 June 2019 as a news & information service. The format is that of a news reader broadcasting a summary of events.

The voices are computer generated male and female voices. They are natural sounding and easy to understand. The news tracks are pre-recorded and not live. To listen to a broadcast, click on the start button, as it will not start automatically.

SOS broadcasting

Radio Samizdat is owned by State of Samizdat Broadcasting (SOS Broadcasting), created especially to inform other micronations of its activities. It is also registered with the Micronational Broadcasting Union.


Radio Saizdat hopes to broadcast news & information relating to its activities on a monthly basis, or according to when they happen. All the tracks are sorted by date. The dates appear as each track is played. The newer, more recent tracks are played first. To locate us, look for our link on the MicroWiki main page in the "More News" section, or visit the State of Samizdat page.

Transmissions to date

Date Broadcast type Length of recording
28 Aug 2019 Report on National Symbols 1.29 minutes
11 July 2019 Report on Montenegro 1.32 minutes
3 July 2019 News update 1.04 minutes
29 June 2019 News update 0.42 minutes


Our news recordings can be downloaded in MP3 format and are copyright free under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) licence. You are free to:

‣ Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format.

‣ Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material.

‣ No commercial use allowed.

‣ Attribution — You must give appropriate credit to Radio Samizdat.