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AIR Maitree schedule extended

The brand new schedule from today 1 Feb 2021 of AIR Maitree in Bengali to Bangladesh is as follows: 0025 to 0900, 1000-1830 UTC on 594 kHz AM Mode 1000 kW — Jose Jacob, VU2JOS

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Myanmar military coup

Military coup in Myanmar reported today. Myanma Radio noted off air. I checked 9730 which used to come in well here, but today its missing This is the regular schedule. — Jose Jacob, VU2JOS National Institute of Amateur Radio Hyderabad, India www.niar.org cell: 91 94416 96043

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Radio Classic Sunday on air today

NETHERLANS, 3920, Radio Classic Sunday via Radio Piepzender, Zwolle, will be on air today Sunday, 0900-1200 UTC. Reception reports can be sent via its website: https://www.radioclassicsunday.com/contact/ Manuel Méndez Lugo, Spain

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WMR and Radio208 update

World Music Radio on 5930 kHz with 150 Watt since yesterday. And with improved audio. Radio208 expected back on shortwave 5970 kHz Thursday this week. (Stig Hartvig Nielsen via WRTH – World Radio Tv Handbook Facebook Group, Tuesday 26 Jan via Alan Pennington via bdxc-news)  

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FTIOM & UBMP, January 31-February 6

From the Isle of Music, January 31-February 6: This week, we repeat a 2020 episode with Zule Guerra, one of Cuba’s ascending jazz vocalists. The broadcasts take place: 1. For Eastern Europe but audible well beyond the target area in most of the Eastern Hemisphere (including parts of East Asia and Oceania) with 100Kw, Sunday 1500-1600 UTC on SpaceLine, 9400 …

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Atlantic 2000 on the air on Monday 1st of February

Atlantic 2000 will be on the air on Monday, 1st of February from 0900 to 1000 UTC on 3 frequencies: 3955 ; 6070 and 9670 kHz to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Channel 292. The stream will be available at the same time on our website. Good listening! New : Our stream is online 24 hours a day : https://atlantic2000.listen2myshow.com/ …

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Radiodays Europe Lisbon 2021

Tuesday 26 January 2021: Radiodays Europe has announced today that the 2021 event originally planned for 2-4 May has now been moved to Saturday 9 – Monday 11 October 2021 to allow for both an in-person event for those who wish to attend plus a hybrid online offering.

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World Radio Day D-22 – Mix with Chapelier Fou!

D-22 PARTICIPATE IN THE CREATION OF AN ORIGINAL MUSICAL WORK For this 10th edition of the World Radio Day, the artist of the international electro scene, Chapelier Fou, will produce an unreleased track based on your recordings. RADIO HOSTS, TAKE PART IN THE GAME AND SEND US YOUR RECORDINGS. (mailto:a.da-silva@unesco.org) Producer and host exchanges; program or station jingles; noise from …

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AIR Rajkot new schedule in DRM mode

Super Power Transmitter All India Radio Rajkot has changed its service and timing from today i.e. 26 Jan 2021. New transmission is from 7AM IST to 8PM IST with break from 1:15 PM to 3PM in pure DRM with three audio on 1071 kHz. The audios are AIR Neighbourhood service ( NS-1), DD India and Vividh Bharati service.At present NS-1 …

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FTIOM & UBMP Special Broadcast Feb 1

As part of Channel 292’s celebration of its 10th Anniversary, From the Isle of Music and Uncle Bill’s Melting Pot will feature broadcasts with content specifically chosen for the occasion. From the Isle of Music will feature recordings of Cuban music for which the producer and host, Bill Tilford, wrote the liner notes, and Uncle Bill’s Melting Pot will feature …

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World Radio Day 2021 D-20! QUIZ RADIO

J-20 MAS DE UN SIGLO DE RADIO EN UNAS POCAS PREGUNTAS… El 13 de febrero celebraremos la 10ª edición del Día Mundial de la Radio, con el tema Nuevo Mundo, Nueva Radio. Antes de celebrar este aniversario único, le invitamos a recordar más de un siglo de evolución, innovación y conexión de la radio a través de un QUIZZ diario …

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VOA, Radio Free Asia get editors back post-Trump but worry about damage

Voice of America and Radio Free Asia are getting back experienced editors who were shoved aside by Donald Trump’s appointees as the outlets say they hope the tumult will not tarnish their credibility. Michael Pack, a producer of conservative films whom Trump tapped to head the agency that oversees taxpayer-supported media, resigned hours after President Joe Biden was sworn in …

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