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Month: February 2008

Australia Radio Dial 1931

Little more than a decade after the end of WWI in 1918, some 6.5m Australians in all states could listen to music, sports commentaries and…

From David’s Desk: Issue 20

February 24 2008 Radio SEAC Ceylon We recently received a wonderful publication from Eric Hitchcock of the UK. The background is the intense effort made…

Sir Edmund Hillary 1YA

Soon after the return home of the successful Everest Expedition in 1953, George Lowe [L] and Edmund Hillary [R] broadcast to New Zealand from the…

Auckland’s MoshBox 106.7 is ‘Professionally Tacky”

Maybe it’s something to do with the shocking mustard color kitchen table that’s involved, but MoshBox 106.7 is now on air from around Howick in…

LPFM Radio Guide Now Lists Almost 1,200 Entries

The LPFM Radio Guide now lists almost 1,200 entries and is continuously updated.Lots of new stations coming ‘on’ air all the time, so make sure…

Radio Pasifik Nauru

The Pacific’s newest radio station promises to assist USP Nauru students and their community with a blend of modern technology and traditional broadcast media. Radio…

California Radio Dial 1928

by David Ricquish It’s hard to imagine that within living memory, California once had only a little over 50 radio stations on the air. There…

Shanghai Radio Dial 1941

In July 1940, TIME magazine featured a story about Carroll Duard Alcott, an American who broadcast from Shanghai radio station XMHA. The story captures the…

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