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Month: August 2009

Wavescan: American Radio Stations in Australia – 4QR

American Radio Stations in Australia – 4QR by Adrian Peterson Here you’ll find a very interesting entry regarding the American usage of a radio broadcasting…

Wavescan: Radio Balikpapan Kalimantan

Radio Balikpapan Kalimantan by Adrian Peterson Now, in assessing the available information, we would suggest that the Dutch colonial authorities took over both of the…

Wavescan: Australian Radio Balikpapan

Australian Radio Balikpapan by Adrian Peterson As soon as things settled down in Balikpapan, the Australian army personnel got themselves busy in the area of…

Wavescan: Balikpapan’s Oldest Continuous Radio Station

Balikpapan’s Oldest Continuous Radio Station by Adrian Peterson The Dutch authorities at The Hague in their homeland over in Europe began an interest in the…

Reminiscing with a Radio: Voice of America Hicksville, Long Island, New York

Voice of America Hicksville, Long Island, New York by Adrian Peterson Back in those days, we were surprised, and literally amazed, at the rapid increase…

Reminiscing with a Radio: Visiting Radio Stations – World War 2 Era

Visiting Radio Stations – World War 2 Era by Adrian Peterson During the era of World War 2, many restrictions were placed upon us as…

9PA Port Moresby WWII ABC – AFRS Radio

By Adrian Peterson For a period of around two years during the Pacific War, there was no radio broadcasting station on the air in Port…

4VL Charleville – “The Voice of the Far West”

Station 4VL is owned and controlled by the Charleville Broadcasting Co., Ltd., Alfred Street, Charleville. Studios and transmitter are situated at that address. Since commencing…

Kiwi Radio Hall of Fame: Paddy O’Donnell

Renowned radio veteran Paddy O’Donnell dies KAY BLUNDELL One of New Zealand’s best-known broadcasters and colourful radio personalities has died. Paddy O’Donnell, 65, had a…

Starting Radio Sangley, US Naval Station Sangley Point

By Louis McClure Snr I was sent TDY to the Naval Air Station, at Sangley Point, across the bay from Manila. I was teaching technicians…

KTLG Radio, US Naval Station Sangley

By Matt McGuigan Before enlisting in the Army in 1952 I had done some commercial broadcasting at a local radio station here at home, so,…

4AY Ayr – “The Voice of the North”

C. D. McCARTHY, manager of 4AY Ayr, “The Voice of the North” exerts his influence from his town office, where his contacts make 4AY a…

2PK Parkes “The Voice of the Golden West”

Parkes Broadcasting Co. Pty. Ltd. is the licensee of 2PK, which came on the air on October 5th 1937. This station which is a unit…

2MG Mudgee – “The Voice of the Tablelands”

Station 2MG, Mudgee, “The Voice of the Tablelands,” owned and operated by the Mudgee Broadcasting Company Pty. Limited, is situated a mile from the chief…

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