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What’s causing the buzz?

www.radioheritage.net November 3 2014Time to pay us a visit Hundreds of new visitors this past week already _______________________________________________ You’re invited to visit the Radio Heritage Foundation website at www.radioheritage.net. Find out what’s causing the buzz………… Lots of photos, people, logos, stories etc about radio stations around the Pacific and further afield. Part of a global project to save radio memorabilia …

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It’s time to pay us a visit

www.radioheritage.net October 30 2014 Time to visit _____________ You’re invited to visit the Radio Heritage Foundation website at www.radioheritage.net. Lots of photos, people, logos, stories etc about radio stations around the Pacific and further afield. Part of a global project to save radio memorabilia from being lost or thrown away, we protect collections of QSL cards, coverage maps, Top 40 …

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It’s time to visit

www.radioheritage.net October 26 2014 Time to visit _____________ You’re invited to visit the Radio Heritage Foundation website at www.radioheritage.net. Lots of photos, people, logos, stories etc about radio stations around the Pacific and further afield. Part of a global project to save radio memorabilia from being lost or thrown away, we protect collections of QSL cards etc….many thousands of items …

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Radio heritage goes after 65 years

We were saddened to learn today that the Radio NZ International Mailbox program to which we regularly contribute features about Pacific radio has been cancelled after 65 years. That’s a good run, and we’re pleased the funds will now be used for the core news and information programs directed to the South Pacific, which is the funded target area for …

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New Island Radio Pacific Style feature

We’ve dug deep in the archives and found a fascinating feature from way back in 1961 when the Pacific island of Tonga started up its first radio station. The opening ceremony was done by Queen Salote of Tonga, and we have photos of her arriving and speaking at the opening. We also have a photo inside the main studio, and …

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Radio Heritage Foundation – The Latest

This note is to let you know that, as part of our efforts to keep this online community service meaningful for all users, you need to be aware: * Many changes to the digital radio lineups across Australia in the Australian Radio Guide * more new stations added to the New Zealand Radio Guide * Forgotten Features hauled out of …

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Tahiti Radio News

Many DXers only think of radio in Tahiti [French Polynesia] as being the public radio station Polynesie La Premiere at 738 AM or have memories of listening to the long gone shortwave outlets of the same station in previous names such as Radio Tahiti, FR3 or ORTF. In fact, the World Radio TV Handbook 2014 records more than 30 radio …

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New Radio Heritage Documentary

Join us on Monday May 26 2014 to hear the latest radio heritage documentary airing on the Mailbox program from Radio New Zealand International. Listen live via shortwave directed to the South Pacific at times and frequencies you’ll find listed at www.rnzi.com or listen any time after Monday via the archived program at their website. It’s the fastest growing city …

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Latest News and Fundraising Update

* New 3 part group of features about broadcasting in Western Europe in the Retro Radio 1953 series has now gone live. This was the year the infamous Cold War between Russia and the West began, the year Stalin died, Queen Elizabeth II came to the throne in the UK, and the Korean War ended. We call the group Retro …

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New Retro Radio series is popular

You know, 1953 was a really big year. Baby boomers bounced into the world, the Korean War ended and the Cold War started….and it’s proving a popular year for our new series Retro Radio. Instead of looking way way back into the 1920’s and 1930’s, this series features a time familiar to many people today, and already the Top 20 …

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April Radio Heritage News Update

Top News * New 3 part group of features about broadcasting in Western Europe in the Retro Radio 1953 series has now gone live. This was the year the infamous Cold War between Russia and the West began, the year Stalin died, Queen Elizabeth II came to the throne in the UK, and the Korean War ended. We call the …

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Retro Radio Free Europe and News

Our latest Retro Radio 1953 features should be online very shortly now. There are three of them, all covering Free Europe: Longwave/Mediumwave [AM], FM, and Shortwave.  These are fascinating…the early days of massive shortwave broadcasting from western Europe, Radio Andorra, Radio Luxembourg, Radio Monte Carlo, the freedom stations, the low power Germans and Austrians on shortwave, the start of Deutsche …

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