Saturday, August 26, 2017

Shortwaveservice Newsletter 26. August 2017

Hello in the round,

for this weekend we have some program tips for you:

Tomorrow, Sunday, 27.08.2017 from 17-19 UTC on 11845 kHz: Radio Mi Amigo International on the 50th anniversary of the "Marine, & c, Broadcasting (Offenses) Act 1967".:
"Radio Mi Amigo International presents a very special live broadcast remembering those days 'the music almost died'. We remember Aug. 1967 (UK) and Aug., 1974 (Netherland) When the MOA ( 'Anti-Pirate-Law') wurde law in Those countries and stopped most of the offshore stations. We remember with the songs from did time and some original recordings.
The show will be aired on August 27 from 19 - 21 hr CET (17 - 19 hr UTC) on 11845 kHz in the 25m SW-band with 100 kw of power all over Europe and so online on our web streams. "

Also tomorrow, Sunday ". Radio People & Stories", 20th edition. The topics:
- German Radio from Zagreb: The voice of Croatia produced a small but beautiful radio program in German. We speak in our August issue with Natali Tabak Gregorić via the transmitter.
- 20 years ago, the last and smallest of the 45 NRW local radio station, Radio Euskirchen went on the air. Editor in chief Norbert Jeub since the beginning and told us among other things, the stimulus to work at a small station.
- 4 weeks ago, the first Small Scale DAB + ensemble "Digital Radio Bretzenheim" in Germany went on the air. Small Scale DAB provides small local radio stations the opportunity cost to enter the digital broadcasting world. Initiator Michael Pauken from Domradio Studio Near told about the project.

Programming schedule:
08-09 UTC on 6045 kHz and 7310 kHz (Live)
10-11 UTC on 6005 kHz (Rerun)
16-17 UTC on 3985 kHz and 11845 kHz (possibly substitute for Nauen from October) (Rerun)

And: The radio Documenta 14 is in the home stretch:
From August 28 to September 17, 2017 Everytime A Ear Soun Di transmits on 15560 kHz at the following times:
09: 00-13: 00 UTC. Target area is outside Europe.

We wish you a nice weekend!


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