** ITALY. Letter from IRRS-Shortwave (NEXUS-IBA)
“Dear Anatoly, Thank You very much for your email and reception report of our broadcasts. We do acknowledge your reception report for our broadcast, and we are attaching an electronic QSL card. This QSL is a copy of the first card printed in 1990 and designed by a local artist in Milano.
Please also notice that we have discontinued our PO BOX or any regular mail address for listeners’ correspondence, and we are unable to reply to QSL request by regular mail.
Due to budget constraints, we may be unable to reply to all QSL requests and cannot send information, stickers, pennants, schedules or gadgets by regular mail. However, we usually confirm by email with an electronic QSL, upon your request, when:
1) we run special broadcasts that are announced over our mailing list or on the air, and you request a QSL card;
2) we receive detailed comments on the content of our programming (good or bad, not just on the technical side).
Comments on each program are extremely useful to our program producers and, help us all in improving the quality and content of our broadcasts.
We do take special efforts in answering your questions and confirming your reports by email when you write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please check our web site at https://nexus.org for more information on our broadcasts and our association. Our latest schedules are available at: https:/www.nexus.org/schedules/
Our broadcasts can also be received 24/24 and 7/7 over the Internet: https://nexus.org/mp3 or https://nexus.org/irn-player/
You may also subscribe to our low-noise mailing list to receive information on schedules or test broadcasts at: http://mailserv.nexus.org/mailman/listinfo/irrs-listeners
Hope it helps, stay tuned and very best 73s, Ron” [“Norton“]
See the 1990 card here: Blog:
(Anatoly Klepov, Moscow, Russia, QSL World, Rus-DX 20 Oct via DXLD)