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Radio Caroline North live from Ross Revenge

Radio Caroline North returns this weekend, online via the ‘Listen’ button in the green panel (at website), on Manx Radio’s 1368 AM transmitter for the north and west, and on our own 648 AM transmitter for the south and east. Join us live from our historic radioship Ross Revenge on the River Blackwater for more music memories, and more chances …

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National VOA Museum of Broadcasting director to address history of Bethany Station

If you’ve ever wondered why the VOA-Bethany Station needed a secured, square mile of land surrounding its 1944 art deco building in West Chester, Jack Dominic has the answer. Dominic, the National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting director, will speak on the “History of the VOA-Bethany Station and the VOA Museum Today” Wednesday, April 3, from 7 to 8:30 …

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A Unique Approach to Cutting AM Costs

Electricity constitutes a major part of the operating expenses of analog transmitter sites operating below 30 MHz, if not the largest. This is because the AM modulation scheme is power-inefficient by design. Contrary to other modulation schemes, the carrier frequency of an AM [amplitude modulation] transmitter contains no useful information, but simply suppresses reception noise. Even when the audio signal …

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World Music Radio is back on 5840 kHz

World Music Radio (WMR) is back on 5840 kHz (100 W) transmitting from Randers, Denmark. It has been off the air due to a transmitter fault, but now hopefully again running 24/7. I have switched 15805 kHz (200 W) off at 1830 UTC. I have some problems with the two transmitters at the same site. Good reception of WMR on …

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BBC News Africa launches their first Horn of Africa roadshow

Just launched, and running from the 4-16 March, BBC News Amharic, BBC News Afaan Oromo, and BBC News Tigrinya will be travelling around different regions of Ethiopia to meet and engage directly with their audiences in their hometowns. In the first of its kind for the BBC, this unique roadshow will include debates and discussions for the public to be …

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CRI back on air from Mali

RTC technicians seemingly refurbished Bamako relay site now after 15 years in usage, and both countries MLI and CHN signed a new relay site contract for coming 10 or 15 years issue to come in A-19 from 31 March 2019 ? Noted some SDR remote installations in Doha Qatar, Greece, Italy at 1435 UT: 17630 S=8-9 in Doha Qatar, S=9 …

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E’ morto Giovanni Sergi, responsabile del GARS – Gruppo Ascolto Radio dello Stretto

Solo a titolo di doverosa informazione agli amici radioappassionati che seguono il nostro sito, comunicchiamo che lo scorso lunedì 4 marzo è morto Giovanni Sergi, già responsabile unico del Gruppo Radio Ascolto dello Stretto di Messina. E’ morto Giovanni Sergi, responsabile del GARS – Gruppo Ascolto Radio dello Stretto

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Adventist World Radio asks reception reports for new broadcast

Reception Reports for the new broadcasts by Adventist World Radio from Trincomalle , Sri Lanka on Medium Wave 1548 kHz is appreciated and may be sent to Schedule : 1500-1530 UTC Tamil, 1530-1600 UTC Hindi . — Jose Jacob, VU2JOS National Institute of Amateur Radio Hyderabad, India cell: 91 94416 96043

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Radio Mi Amigo to go offshore 30 May to 2 June

Five years after their success with Mi Amigo 40 in Ostend the Mi Amigo team set their sails for the beautiful Belgian seaside resort of Blankenberge, to organise a week of transmissions, “live from the ship CASTOR”. This will happen from Thursday 30 May to Sunday 2 June during the Blankenberg Havenfeesten”MI AMIGO 45″. The Mi Amigo40 ship being used …

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EDXC 2019 Conference, hotel and travel

Here are the accommodation and current travel details for the 2019 EDXC Conference in Andorra. Registration will open on the afternoon on Friday 6 September and the conference will start in the evening of Friday 6th September. Conference sessions and excursions (still at the planning stages) will run on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th September. We may arrange an informal …

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A special month for Radio Veronica

The Foundation Friends of the Veronica Shipship aims to return once more the former ship of the sea channel Veronica, the Norderney, to its old berth off the coast of Scheveningen and from there one month of broadcasts. The year 2019 is the perfect year for that, it is 100 years ago that the first radio broadcast in the Netherlands …

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SABC to pay R170m in cartel settlement

The SABC has signed a settlement agreement worth R170 million with the Competition Commission – more than the beleaguered public broadcaster’s available cash at the end of its past financial year. The deal follows nine previous settlements by members of the cartel, which colluded to set advertising rates with identical discounts for vetted larger advertising agencies while giving smaller agencies …

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