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Vatican Radio’s English Africa Service on digital platform

Vatican Radio’s English Africa Service would like to inform listeners in Rome, Italy, that the English Africa Service programme broadcast four times daily on Rome’s FM 103.8 frequency is moving to a digital platform beginning Tuesday, this week, 15 February 2017. From this date onwards, the ‘English Africa Programme’ can be heard only through the Vatican Radio World Channel on …

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Se celebra hoy el 59 aniversario de RAE-Argentina Al Mundo

Nacido en 1949 como SERVICIO INTERNACIONAL RADIOFÓNICO de la ARGENTINA (S.I.R.A), hasta 1955. Comunicación reanudada el 12 de febrero de 1958 –en éste 2017, hace 59 años- con la……..lea la nota completa en

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WRTH update file now available

The B16 International broadcasting schedules update file is now available for free download from – click on the ‘latest PDF updates’ link and follow the instructions. The file details the latest frequency and station changes from both international and clandestine/target broadcasters. We hope you find this file a useful accompaniment to the printed WRTH.

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Radio Australia Shortwave Station VL8A Signs Off in CW

In an apparent nod to radio amateurs who may have tuned in, Radio Australia’s VL8A transmitter in Alice Springs signed off on January 31 in CW. The station sent “73 de VL8A QRT,” before pulling the big switch. Radio Australia announced last fall that it planned to cease its shortwave transmissions this year. The broadcaster shut down its Katherine, Tennant …

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Radio Mi Amigo International test via WBCQ

Radio Mi Amigo International test to North America via WBCQ 7490 kHz Sunday (Feb 12) 4-5pm local Eastern Time -> 9-10pm UTC 7490 kHz Wednesday (Feb 15) 8-9pm local Eastern Time-> Thursday (Feb 16) 01-02am UTC 9330 kHz Saturday (Feb18) 5-6pm local Eastern Time -> 10-11pm UTC

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Relays This Weekend

Hamburger Lokal Radio via Shortwave Station Göhren, Germany with 1KW to Western Europe:  6190 KHz     Every Saturday      07.00 to 11.00 UTC  7265 KHz     Every Saturday      11.00 to 16.00 UTC      9485 KHz     Every Sunday        10.00 to 13.00 UTC      Contact email:   Radio City via: IRRS to Europe on 9510 KHz (every Saturday) between 09.00 to 10.00 UTC Challenger Radio to …

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AIR Regional SW stations to be revived….

Sharing this good news …..responding to a query during DRM India Round Table conference Engineer-in-chief , All India Radio confirmed that regional services of All India Radio on shortwave will be revived & a proposal has already been submitted to Government. Trai recommends shutting down of analog transmission by 2023 The broadcast regulator Trai today recommended introduction of digital terrestrial …

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Shortwaveservice Testtransmissions coming up

First test on air in few minutes….. Sat, 04.02.2017 1500-1600UTC 6055 kHz Europe Sun, 05.02.2017 1500-1600UTC 6065 kHz Europe

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Save RTE LW 252

Billy Lawless gave a great speech in the Dáil yesterday about the importance of longwave to the Irish in Britain. He is a very strong supporter, and we are grateful for his work. In an encouraging response, Minister of State for the Diaspora Joe McHugh also spoke positively of the continuing need for longwave, noting that he was well aware …

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RNZI remains voice of the Pacific

Following the ABC’s decision to cut shortwave radio transmission in the Pacific, Radio New Zealand International has reassured listeners that it is committed to its Pacific broadcasts. “Radio New Zealand International (RNZI) continues to serve people across the Pacific region, delivering essential day to day news and information and providing a vital lifeline in times of natural disaster,” it said …

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Shepparton News: Radio goes quiet

At noon eastern standard time yesterday the shortwave broadcast of Radio Australia, which sends out impartial news to the world, went silent. The Shepparton broadcast facility went offline after running almost continuously since 1944, after the ABC announced it was moving away from shortwave broadcasting to focus on webstreaming. The facility, which Broadcast Australia owns, is on Verney Rd to …

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Voice of America Celebrates 75 Years

WASHINGTON D.C., February 1, 2017 — Today the Voice of America (VOA) celebrates 75 years on the air.  From its first 15-minute radio broadcast in German in 1942, VOA has grown into a multimedia international broadcast service providing programming and content in 47 languages on multiple platforms, including radio, television, and mobile. On that first broadcast, announcer William Harlan Hale …

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