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Month: January 2021

New Wavelengths

Most of the New Zealand stations will change their wavelengths on December 1, and “Grid Bias” has been asked to reprint the list of new allocations…

Irish Pirate Radio Audio Archive

Pirate.ie is a free and open archive and comprises historical recordings and oral history interviews. Their aim is to build a sustainable audio archive of…

Transatlantic Tests Mark 99th Anniversary

12/09/2020 On December 11, 1921, radio history was made when the signal from amateur station 1BCG in Greenwich, Connecticut, was heard in Ardrossan, Scotland, marking…

Looking Back: New radio service goes on air

The Herald, 1 November 1960 NEW broadcasting transmitters which will enable the African service of the Federal Broadcasting Corporation to “go regional” come into operation…

A Visit to PPE Observatório Nacional

Visiting the most important time signal station in South America PPE Observatório Nacional Research by: Martin ButeraPhotographs and Videos by: Mark MelziSupport Camera by: Ligia…

Georgia Radio Is On the Mind as the Peach State Celebrates #Radio100

A series of radio spots and digital elements honor the state’s diverse population, lifestyles and culture By Susan Ashworth, RadioWorldSeptember 21, 2020 From the strains…

WLTL Is Named Best High School Station

John Drury Awards recognize excellence in high school radio By RW StaffDecember 7, 2020 Illinois’ WLTL Radio has been named Best High School Radio Station…

CHU, Canada’s Time Station

Look inside the facility that broadcasts voice time signals in two languages By James Careless, RadioWorldPublished: December 5, 2020 It is nestled in a farmer’s…

America’s voice goes silent in Berlin as last US radio station closes

KCRW Berlin went off air this month. By Nette Nöstlinger, POLITICO, December 29, 2020 BERLIN — American radio is a Berliner no more. The postwar American presence…

The Radio Scene on Four Little Greek Islands – Part 2

Zakynthos In our program two weeks ago, we presented the story of The Radio Scene on Four Little Greek Islands – Part 1, in which…

4AT Atherton

Five miles east of Atherton and about midway between Yungaburra and Malanda, the road crosses Gwynne Creek. Close by, on a 60 acre low lying…

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