On 1 October 1939, the transmitter in Chisinau (Kischinew) starts broadcasting on 1385 kHz (216.6 m) with 20 kW. The broadcasts also contain news in Russian.

On 3 June 1941 Radio Romania starts relaying Russian news broadcasts. On 1 July it starts relaying Ukrainian newscasts.

On 1 November 2004 Radio Sighet starts broadcasting on 1404 kHz.

   QSL from Radio Bucharest on 755 kHz from 1970 (courtesy of Peter Vaegler)  104 kB (jpg)
Geluidsfragment Extract from the German service of Radio Bucharest (1977) via Timisoara on 629 kHz (courtesy of Herbert Meixner)   01:08, 32 kbps, 266 kB (MP3)
  QSL from Radio Neumarkt from 2008 (courtesy of Peter Vaegler)  69 kB (jpg)