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Radio Nacional da Amazonia, 6180 kHz now on air   
Wednesday, September 04 2019

On Wed, 2019-09-04 at 00:06 +0200, Wolfgang Bueschel wrote:
> BRAZIL Yes checked on Sept 3rd at 21.48 UT,
> 6180.012 kHz RNA in BrasPortuguese, S=9+10dB -68dBm signal here in
> western
> Europe, when seen the software peak strings on screen, seen more 10
> Hertz
> wide audio portion on the upper flank side.
> In our German TV and radio programs heard reports from Brazil,
> about cease all public radio organization services like Radio
> Nacional,
> and plans of President Bolsonaro to sell these national radio TV
> programs to the private Brazilian media corporations. And not line-
> loyal
> journalists in the state broadcasters to sack / dismiss soon.

That could leave a vast (but sparsely populated) area
without any news radio coverage at all, because it simply
will not be commercially interesting to broadcast to that

All they will have left there would be religious stations,
which I guess suits Bolsonaro just fine.

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