Eska Rock

Eska Rock
Broadcast area Warsaw
First air date 2004
Format Modern rock, mainstream rock, indie rock, alternative rock
Language(s) Polish
Audience share 1,5% (2011, Radio Track[1])
Owner ZPR Media Group
Webcast Live stream

Eska Rock (often stylized as Eska ROCK) is a Polish radio channel broadcast by Grupa Radiowa Time. The station plays mainly modern rock, indie rock and alternative rock, from "classic" rock songs, to the newest "hits". It was the largest rock radio station broadcasting in Poland.

Eska Rock started broadcasting in Poznań on 22 November 2004, in Łódź and Warsaw on 5 September 2005 and in Cracow on 20 March 2006.[2] From 2 June 2008 to 1 December 2013, Eska Rock broadcast in 18 Polish cities. On 2 December 2013, the frequencies on which Eska Rock broadcast were switched with the frequencies of another station owned by Grupa Radiowa Time, VOX FM. Since then, Eska Rock only broadcasts in Warsaw at 93.3 MHz,[3] and has also been present online.[4]

Eska Rock headquarters were located in Primate's Palace, Warsaw, until in 2010 the station moved to 10, Jubilerska Street in Warsaw.

FM frequencies in Poland

Frequencies on which Eska Rock broadcast from 2 June 2008 to 1 December 2013:

Eska Rock staff





Past Eska Rock staff

Kuba Wojewódzki, host of "Zwolnienie z WF-u" (2012–2013) and "Poranny WF" (2008–2012)


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Coordinates: 52°14′11″N 21°06′50″E / 52.236512°N 21.114005°E / 52.236512; 21.114005

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