In 2005, Free Press Unlimited partnered up with a team of Iranian journalists to form Radio Zamaneh. The Dutch government decided to support the development of media plurality in Iran after a unanimous vote in parliament. Radio Zamaneh was established in 2006 as a non-profit organization under Dutch law. It has no ties to any political, ethnic or social group inside or outside Iran. Radio Zamaneh has developed a broad network of over 250 contributors in Iran and the Iranian diaspora, including a wide range of prominent Iranian journalists, academics, activists and artists.
The organization is supported by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Free Press Unlimited, the European Commission, the Canadian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and many others. Radio Zamaneh is supervised by a board consisting of prominent members active in Dutch media, politics and business.
Currently, Zamaneh Media hosts various online platforms, such as its main Persian-language editorial website www.radiozamaneh.com, its online learning portal www.academyzamaneh.com and citizen reporting platform Zamaneh Tribune: www.tribunezamaneh.com. It is also very active on many of the major Social Media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.