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PNG’s Radio Fly on Shortwave

Pacific Radio News Radio Heritage Foundationwww.radioheritage.net Radio Fly on ShortwaveTabubil, Papua New Guinea_________________________ Listeners in countries such as Japan and New Zealand have been reporting reception of new shortwave broadcaster Radio Fly in recent days. Radio Fly is a community radio station operated by the Ok Tedi Mine management in the isolated Western Province of Papua New Guinea, about 800km …

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Radio New Zealand International Funding Frozen

Media ReleaseRadio Heritage Foundationwww.radioheritage.net New Zealand Budget 2010Radio New ZealandInternational FundingFrozen_______________________ Radio New Zealand International [RNZI], the country’s shortwave broadcaster receives no additional funding in the latest government budget for 2010/2011 announced in Wellington yesterday. Funding remains at NZ$1.9m [US$1.26m] and it’s required to deliver 16 hours of good quality reception daily to a minimum of 11 Pacific nations with …

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New Zealand Radio Funding Review

Media ReleaseRadio Heritage Foundationwww.radioheritage.net New Zealand Budget 2010Radio Funding Review_______________________ Public Radio Funding ‘Holds the Line’ whilst Commercial Radio Adjusts to Recession _______________________ Publicly funded radio broadcasters in New Zealand have essentially had their funding frozen in the latest government budget for 2010/2011 announced in Wellington yesterday. New Zealand On Air, the main funding authority has seen its budget remain the same. …

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RNZI Funding Frozen

Media ReleaseRadio Heritage Foundationwww.radioheritage.net New Zealand Budget 2010Radio New ZealandInternational FundingFrozen _______________________ Radio New Zealand International [RNZI], the country’s shortwave broadcaster receives no additional funding in the latest government budget for 2010/2011 announced in Wellington yesterday. Funding remains at NZ$1.9m [US$1.26m] and it’s required to deliver 16 hours of good quality reception daily to a minimum of 11 Pacific nations …

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Radio Heritage ‘Changing Stations’

Winner AnnouncementRadio Heritage Foundationwww.radioheritage.net________________________________ ‘Changing Stations’The Story of Australian Commercial RadioCompetition Winner_________________________________ In our recent competition ‘Changing Stations’ we asked readers to complete the sentence ‘Long Lost – – Stars’ and we’d like to thank the many people who took the time to send in their – often creative – entries! The missing words are “Australian Radio” and the complete …

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Australian Heritage AM Radio Celebrates

Media ReleaseRadio Heritage Foundationwww.radioheritage.net Diamonds of the DialAustralian Heritage AM RadioCelebrating 75 Years____________________________ ‘Diamonds of the Dial’ are what the Radio Heritage Foundation calls 40 Australian heritage AM radio stations still using their original station calls for over 75 years on the air. According to a new feature at www.radioheritage.net, most stations are in country areas, but Sydney is outstanding …

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New Australian Radio Guide

________________________________________Australian AM Radio 1611-1701Italian, Country, Arabic, Greek and Gold________________________________________ Almost 70 low power stations are now broadcasting in Australia’s expanded AM radio dial almost two decades after the new channels became available says the Radio Heritage Foundation which has just updated a contemporary guide to them at www.radioheritage.net. Originally populated by ethnic broadcasters and niche formats, the situation remains little …

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ANZAC Day 2010 Radio Memories

The Radio Heritage Foundation extends warm greetings to all veterans, friends and families as we remember on April 25 2010. Our good friends at Australian Old Time Radio have generously made available a wonderful series of mini-radio documentaries that tell the stories of Australian heroes over the years. Some of you may be familiar with the series ‘Citation’ and now …

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Radio Heritage News #25

Hello Radio Fans Isn’t it amazing to see how fast 2010 is rushing past….our second competition for the year is already online at www.radioheritage.net….and it’s to win a copy of ‘Changing Stations’, a great story about commercial radio in Australia. Read all about it on the home page today, and make sure you get your entries into us by March …

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New on RNZI – Australia’s Radio Heritage

Join us from Monday March 8 2010 when we air our new radio heritage documentary about Australia’s radio heritage on Radio New Zealand International’s [RNZI] Mailbox program. Interviews with original 1930’s broadcasters, country radio stories and popular radio serials feature in this look back at the foundations of Australia’s powerful commercial radio industry. You can listen directly via shortwave or …

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New RNZI Documentary – Contemporary Island Radio Pacific Style

________________________________________RNZI Airs New Radio Heritage DocumentaryContemporary Island Radio Pacific StyleHoniara and Vila________________________________________ Join us from Monday February 22 2010 when we air our new radio heritage documentary about contemporary island style radio on the current Radio New Zealand International [RNZI] Mailbox program. Co-inciding with tests from the new shortwave transmitters of Radio Vanuatu this week, the program explores todays radio …

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Radio Heritage Free Online Resources

The Radio Heritage Foundation continues to offer a number of free online resources for radio listeners around the world at its global website www.radioheritage.net.  The PAL [Pacific Asia Log] Radio Guides cover thousands of MW and SW stations across the region, with something like 60,000+ separate data entries of use and interest to everyone. Easily searched and available as free …

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