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DX Extra shortwave News Show No.17 Released!  View Printable Version 
Friday, December 19 2014

HCDX
Hi Glenn,

The article is from
http://swling.com/blog/2014/12/radio-dabanga-sudan-to-launch-20-radio-stations/
and after a hectic week leading up to Christmas the reference was not added
at the time of publish. The transcript however is now updated. It has
included that these 10 stations are to combat radio Dabanga. It does say
shortwave in the article so I'm going on the reporter's merit but agree
that it may end up on FM.

Rob.
On 19/12/2014 11:29 AM, "Glenn Hauser wghauser@yahoo.com [swradionews]" <
swradionews@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

>
>
> What is your source for the Radio Dabanga story? Contrary to your
> headline, the transcript says it is Sudan launching the stations AGAINST
> Radio Dabanga. I`d be surprised if they are really on SW instead of FM. 73,
> Glenn Hauser
>
> TRANSCRIPT:
> Coming January, Sudan will launch ten shortwave radio stations in Darfur,
> and ten in South Kordofan
> The new radio stations will present programmes in local dialects, to
> counter the broadcasts by Radio Dabanga, in an attempt to reduce its impact
> on the populations of those regions, especially in Darfur, Information
> Minister Ahmed Bilal Osman told Members of the national Parliament on
> Tuesday.
> As for South Kordofan, the radio stations will aim to reach the Nuba
> people living in the rebel-controlled areas, the minister noted.
>
> Sudanese MPs have criticised the performance of the official media before..
> They described it as âweak, and failing in the delivery of informationâ. On
> Tuesday, 25 November, the daily broadcasts by Radio Dabanga from the
> Netherlands were discussed in the parliament. Some MPs stressed the need
> âto disrupt the activity of Radio Dabanga, or completely stop itâ, and
> demanded from the Information Minister of State to develop a plan to at
> least reduce its impact.
>
> Radio Dabanga broadcasts in shortwave to the whole of Sudan and
> neighbouring countries. Satellite broadcasts are confined to the larger
> cities.
>
> --------------------------------------------
> On Thu, 12/18/14, Hobart Radio International hriradio@gmail.com [dxld] <
> dxld@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
>
> Subject: [dxld] DX Extra shortwave News Show No.17 Released!
> Date: Thursday, December 18, 2014, 10:20 AM
>
> It
> is with great excitement to release the latest shortwave
> news programme DX Extra number 17 to the world wide web!
> It's our jam packed Christmas edition!!
> In the
> headlines this fortnight:
> - Radio
> Dabanga launches 10 shortwave stations- Santa on
> 3916- Radio Exterior Espanga
> returns- Radio Australia - hostage
> crisis- Radio Havana Cuba on diplomacy
> changes- Pirate Radio logs and recordings
> (features: Old Time Radio and Bangalore
> Poacher)- Audio Archive: Radio
> Vaticana
>
> __._,_.___
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DX Extra shortwave News Show No.17 Released!  View Printable Version 
Friday, December 19 2014

HCDX
What is your source for the Radio Dabanga story? Contrary to your headline, the transcript says it is Sudan launching the stations AGAINST Radio Dabanga. I`d be surprised if they are really on SW instead of FM. 73, Glenn Hauser

TRANSCRIPT:
Coming January, Sudan will launch ten shortwave radio stations in Darfur, and ten in South Kordofan
The new radio stations will present programmes in local dialects, to counter the broadcasts by Radio Dabanga, in an attempt to reduce its impact on the populations of those regions, especially in Darfur, Information Minister Ahmed Bilal Osman told Members of the national Parliament on Tuesday.
As for South Kordofan, the radio stations will aim to reach the Nuba people living in the rebel-controlled areas, the minister noted.

Sudanese MPs have criticised the performance of the official media before. They described it as âweak, and failing in the delivery of informationâ. On Tuesday, 25 November, the daily broadcasts by Radio Dabanga from the Netherlands were discussed in the parliament. Some MPs stressed the need âto disrupt the activity of Radio Dabanga, or completely stop itâ, and demanded from the Information Minister of State to develop a plan to at least reduce its impact.

Radio Dabanga broadcasts in shortwave to the whole of Sudan and neighbouring countries. Satellite broadcasts are confined to the larger cities.

--------------------------------------------
On Thu, 12/18/14, Hobart Radio International hriradio@gmail.com [dxld] <dxld@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

Subject: [dxld] DX Extra shortwave News Show No.17 Released!
Date: Thursday, December 18, 2014, 10:20 AM

It
is with great excitement to release the latest shortwave
news programme DX Extra number 17 to the world wide web!
It's our jam packed Christmas edition!!Â
In the
headlines this fortnight:
- Radio
Dabanga launches 10 shortwave stations- Santa on
3916- Radio Exterior Espanga
returns- Radio Australia - hostage
crisis- Radio Havana Cuba on diplomacy
changes- Pirate Radio logs and recordings
(features: Old Time Radio and Bangalore
Poacher)- Audio Archive: Radio
Vaticana

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DX Extra shortwave News Show No.17 Released!  View Printable Version 
Friday, December 19 2014

HCDX
What is your source for the Radio Dabanga story? Contrary to your headline, the transcript says it is Sudan launching the stations AGAINST Radio Dabanga. I`d be surprised if they are really on SW instead of FM. 73, Glenn Hauser

TRANSCRIPT:
Coming January, Sudan will launch ten shortwave radio stations in Darfur, and ten in South Kordofan
The new radio stations will present programmes in local dialects, to counter the broadcasts by Radio Dabanga, in an attempt to reduce its impact on the populations of those regions, especially in Darfur, Information Minister Ahmed Bilal Osman told Members of the national Parliament on Tuesday.
As for South Kordofan, the radio stations will aim to reach the Nuba people living in the rebel-controlled areas, the minister noted.

Sudanese MPs have criticised the performance of the official media before. They described it as âweak, and failing in the delivery of informationâ. On Tuesday, 25 November, the daily broadcasts by Radio Dabanga from the Netherlands were discussed in the parliament. Some MPs stressed the need âto disrupt the activity of Radio Dabanga, or completely stop itâ, and demanded from the Information Minister of State to develop a plan to at least reduce its impact.

Radio Dabanga broadcasts in shortwave to the whole of Sudan and neighbouring countries. Satellite broadcasts are confined to the larger cities.

--------------------------------------------
On Thu, 12/18/14, Hobart Radio International hriradio@gmail.com [dxld] <dxld@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

Subject: [dxld] DX Extra shortwave News Show No.17 Released!
Date: Thursday, December 18, 2014, 10:20 AM

It
is with great excitement to release the latest shortwave
news programme DX Extra number 17 to the world wide web!
It's our jam packed Christmas edition!!Â
In the
headlines this fortnight:
- Radio
Dabanga launches 10 shortwave stations- Santa on
3916- Radio Exterior Espanga
returns- Radio Australia - hostage
crisis- Radio Havana Cuba on diplomacy
changes- Pirate Radio logs and recordings
(features: Old Time Radio and Bangalore
Poacher)- Audio Archive: Radio
Vaticana

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Relay info for 3950kHz and 6065kHz from Sala in Sweden  View Printable Version 
Thursday, December 18 2014

HCDX
Relay info for 3950kHz and 6065kHz from Sala in Sweden

Dear Listeners,

Relays via 3950kHz and 6065kHz are restarting from December 27th at 12.00
UTC with programmes from SDXF and Radio Merkurs at 13.00UTC.

Two transmitters are ready for relays to Europe on 3950kHz (5 KW) and
6065kHz (10 KW).

If there are any radio stations interested in relaying via this relay
service from the Sala transmitters in Sweden, please contact Ronny at
this email address info@rock.x.se

The cost for both channels are 30EUR per hour.

73s

Tom
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�so-8859-1?q?Frecuencias de las emisiones en Onda Corta �so-8859-1?q?de Radio Exterior de España  View Printable Version 
Thursday, December 18 2014

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Este 18 de diciembre, Radio Exterior de España reanuda las emisiones en onda corta que dejaron de funcionar hace dos meses. Atenderá, sobre todo, a las peticiones del sector pesquero.
Radio Exterior de España emite su programación desde las 19 hasta las 23 horas, Tiempo Universal Coordinado, de lunes a viernes, y de 15 a 23 los sábados y domingos. Las frecuencias de emisión y las zonas de cobertura son las siguientes:

- África y Atlántico sur, 11.685 Khz, banda de 25 metros.

- América del sur, 11.940 Khz, banda de 25 metros.

- América del norte, 9.620 Khz, banda de 31 metros.

- Oriente Medio e Indico, 12.030 Khz, banda de 25 metros.

Radio Exterior de España se puede seguir a través de la radio satelital en todos los puntos del planeta las 24 horas del día ininterrumpidamente. Estos son los satélites:

Astra 1M: frecuencia 11.656 MHz. Polarización vertical.

Hispasat 1 C: frecuencia 12.015 Mhz. Polarización vertical.

Asiasat 5: frecuencia 4.055 Mhz. Polarización vertical.

Atlantic Bird 3: frecuencia 3.727 Mhz. Polarización circular derecha.

Galaxy-23: frecuencia 3.780 Mhz. Polarización vertical.

Radio Exterior de España se oye en Internet, en streaming o en los podcast de toda su programación.

Existen además aplicaciones móviles (poner enlace para app de Apple o Android) para aplicaciones móviles, como teléfonos y tabletas.

Fuente: http://www.rtve.es/radio/20141217/radio-exterior-espana-suprime-su-emision-onda-corta/1070020


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