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Radio in Samoa

…islands, and the radio station also. From then onwards, this maritime station in the Samoan Islands was on the air under the callsign VMG. Wireless broadcasting came to Samoa, at…

Wireless Backgrounds in Samoa

…in 1914, New Zealand troops landed in Samoa, captured the islands, and the radio station also. From then onwards, this maritime station in the Samoan Islands was on the air…

Samoan Radio Sale Threatens Public Radio Future

Samoa Broadcasting Corporation logo It’s unusual for a public radio and TV broadcaster to be sold, but that’s what’s happening this year in Samoa. The old 2AP, more recently known…

Radio 2AP Samoa in 1949

…achievements of the New Zealand administration in Samoa. On any of the five nights a week on which 2AP is on the air, from village to village throughout Samoa, at…

A Radio Visit to the Samoas

…A brief mid-morning flight took us on a short hop across the 60 miles of intervening waters between the two Samoas, into Apia in independent Western Samoa. Here we were…

ZMAP Samoa, Or ‘I Decided To Start Up A Radio Station’

…Upolu Island Programmes are bilingual (English and Samoan) from 6am – 5pm, and in Samoan only from 5pm – 11pm. Channel 2 broadcasts in English on 1404 kHz. It commences…

Samoa’s Radio 2AP Redevelopment Project

…on YouTube by ABC International Development, 27 November 2019 Read more about Radio 2AP Samoa in our features: https://www.radioheritage.com/story345/ https://www.radioheritage.com/story7/ https://www.radioheritage.com/story44/ https://www.radioheritage.com/story158/ Or search our website for stories mentioning Samoa

A Samoan Radio Journey

…David Ricquish 2AP – The Voice of Samoa We turned a corner on the Cross Island Road, and there sat a stumpy little radio tower, almost hidden in the misty…

This is WVUV American Samoa…

…to sail by myself on my small boat to the South Pacific. I stopped in the Marquesas, Tahiti, Bora Bora and finally American Samoa. It was there that I went…

ZMAP Apia, Samoa – An Alan Roycroft Station

…1251 kHz Sava’i Island ∗ 540 kHz Upolu Island Programmes are bilingual (English and Samoan) from 6am – 5pm, and in Samoan only from 5pm – 11pm. Channel 2 broadcasts…

Samoan Radio Journey

by David Ricquish Logo used by 2AP Apia, Samoa. © Radio Heritage Foundation Collection. We turned a corner on the Cross Island Road, and there sat a stumpy little radio…

93KHJ, American Samoa

By Radio station website at http://khjradio.com/, Fair use, Link With a population of just 3,600, Pago Pago in American Samoa is one of the world’s smaller capital cities (writes Nyasha…

Voice of Samoa Christchurch

Voice of Samoa celebrates Christchurch milestone Caroline King The Samoan community will celebrate a milestone tomorrow with a party to mark the first birthday of its Christchurch radio station. Eva…

Radio Polynesia Ltd, Samoa – Station Promos from c2005

Station Promos Radio Polynesia Ltd operates a network of radio stations based in Apia, Samoa. From a CD donated to us c2005, enjoy this selection of station promos from four…

WVUV – Selling A Radio Station To Raise The Wind

…sale of WVUV. Radio Samoa’s antagonists were chiefly the legislature of American Samoa and the former delegate-at-large in Washington DC, Fuimaono Asuemu. Both the Fono and Fuimaono opposed the lease…

Retro Radio Dial: 1953 Australia, New Zealand & Pacific

Samoa, American Samoa, Pitcairn Island, Midway Island, Johnston Island, British Solomon Islands Protectorate, Anglo-American Condominium of Canton & Enderbury Islands. Share your own memories of Australia, New Zealand & Pacific…

The History of Radio New Zealand International

…coverage to the opposition. The government owned Televise Samoa and Radio 2AP currently have an official policy of not covering opposition activities. ” The government of Samoa claims there are…

This is WVUV…

WVUV Radio in American Samoa by Bill Reiker After a 35 year broadcast career in the U.S., I took some time off in 1989 to sail by myself on my…

WVUV Radio Romance

…a “call sign”. During early 1942, the Navy sent a sono buoy system to Samoa to guard the entrance to Pago Pago Harbor with instructions that only I, a Navy…

Island Base FM to gain 100% independence and expand into international Music Hub

Samoa. The 87.5FM frequency will continue under local management but with a different name, smaller broadcasting radius and no connection to Base FM (NZ), its team, DJs or network. Earlier…