The first Turkish radio station to grace German airwaves is the Metropol FM of Berlin. Its flagship program UKW is heard in eight cities across Germany. Considering its size, the company is a force to be reckoned with. Aside from its music centric content, the Metropol FM is also home to a plethora of multimedia and interactive features. https://internetradiohoren.de/popmusik/radio-metropol-fm/
The company's tavern skunkworks division churns out an estimated 500 media files a day in a number of formats, making it one of the more innovative broadcasters in the country. To top things off, the company has a multilingual staff to boot. During the holiday season, the station takes to the road for high profile events. For example, the company hosts the annual Christmas party of the year in Frankfurt. In addition to the regular ole' broadcasts, the station has a dedicated studio in the city centre, a studio in the hinterlands, and mobile programs slated for Europe and the US.
As its name suggests, the Metropol FM of Berlin isn't shy about its philanthropy. While its nameplate ad budget may be modest, the company has a robust network of local and national partners. Among these, BEYS, a subsidiary of the Media Union, has been a long time supporter of the Metropol FM. From tinkering with its corporate design to personnel consulting, BEYS has a hand in almost all of the station's major undertakings. This explains why the company clocked up a hefty 401K in 2015.
Of course, a newer entrant to the fray is the German radio channel DRM. While its programming may not match the caliber of the former two, the station has a good amount of national and international coverage.