In 1989, Hamed Soyah worked with RTCI as a correspondent in Paris for three years. In 1996, he participated in the launch of a radio station in Phnom Penh (Cambodia), and hosted the country's first ever French-language daily program in collaboration with Radio France Internationale.
Back in Tunisia in 2000, he tried to launch his radio, Medina, but his request of authorization did not succeed.
In 2004, he launched his webradio but left his universe to devote himself to the world of computer and software by creating his company SWIB, which employs about twenty engineers and developers.
After the revolution which changed the media landscape, he filed an FM frequency application in February 2011, with the support of Sofiene Boussetta, his friend and associate.