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Re: [HCDX] DXLD 8-045 IRIN
? feedback@xxxxxxxxxxx ?
address is wrong. Maybe:
try it with two "Nn"
<feedback @ IRINnews.org>
SOUTH AFRICA/SOMALIA/KENYA IRIN Radio is now broadcasting news and
information in Somali directly to listeners in Somalia and the Somali-
From 1 April 2008, find us on frequency 9665 kHz on the 31 mb, every day
of the week at 1730-1745 UT. The programme will bring you a mix of news,
features, music, drama and announcements.
Write at <feedback @ IRINnews.org> telling us where you are and if you can
hear the programme clearly, with any other comment.
Via Meyerton Sentech, South Africa site:
1730-1745 9665 100 1234567 Somalia Unknown
0600-0700 11830 250 1234567 West Africa Portuguese
0700-0800 15170 250 1234567 West Africa French
1100-1200 17525 250 1234567 Central Africa French
2000-2200 7160 250 1234567 Central Africa French
(via Arnaldo Slaen-ARG, DXplorer Apr 5)
----- Original Message -----
From: "bjorn fransson"
Sent: Friday, April 11, 2008 7:27 AM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] DXLD 8-045 IRIN
Re: DXLD 8-045 IRIN
I heard them on April 6th on 9665 kHz 17.35-17.44 UTC.
Before and at 17.30 only REE could be heard with very strong signals. Sunday
At 17.35 the transmission from IRIN started with Somali music, ID's etc...
News items followed with Somalia mentioned several times. At 17.41: www-site
and e-mail address spelled. At 17.44.30 the broadcast ended and there
started and endless stream of tones and piips, like a mobile telephone...
Reception was fair, but better than expected, as Spain was very strong.
I heard them also the day after (Monday), but then REE started its
transmissions at 17.30.
The address: feedback@xxxxxxxxxxx didn't work. My email bounced back. But I
also sent a report from their home page. No reactions so far!
73 from Björn Fransson, the island of Gotland, Sweden
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