Oromia National Media-Arraata Biyyoolessa Oromiyaa -
which organisation behind the new Oromo language broadcast ?
two decades ago we had some similar veiled Oromia Independence
Clandestine shortwave radios, one from USA brokered by Ludo Maes Belgium,
Oromo Voice Radio, Raadiyoo Sagalee Oromoo, mostly via TDF Issoudun France;
also via DTK Julich / Wertachtal bcast center these days in 2004 - 2006 year
15650kHz Voice of Oromia Independence (via Julich)
via WRMI Jeff White Miami FL USA Broker.
The other from West Berlin-Germany location via DTK/MBR Julich /
Wertachtal / Nauen Germany ... SBO Sagalee Bilisummaa Oromoo
or Voice of Oromia Liberation Front
NO FACEBOOK video play access ... just negative try.
as no facebook member, tried the odyssey to get the imprint, location of
Oromia Clandestine somewhere, but always pressured to went-into new Facebook
account - as the only way.
so see the youtube video instead
73 wb df5sx
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Morris" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 30, 2020 12:16 PM
Subject: Re: [bdxc-news] 11990 kHz IRRS Relay - Oromia National Media
I believe I heard the 11990 kHz broadcast yesterday from about 1640
onwards. Many mentions of Oromo, but couldn't be sure of the language.
SIO 454. > David J Morris > Lytchett Matravers > Poole
On Tue, 30 Jun 2020 at 10:59, Alan Pennington via groups.io
The Facebook page for Oromia National Media-Arraata Biyyoolessa
Oromiyaa(ONM-ABO) recently mentions 11990 kHz so could be the organisation
behind the new Oromo language broadcast on 11990 kHz via IRRS?:
11990 kHz Shortwave in the 25 meter band
(Oromia National Media-Arraata Biyyoolessa Oromiyaa Facebook page 23 June)
Their Facebook page also links to a youtube promotional film which
includes 11990 kHz: "Oromia National Media-Arraata Biyyoolessa Oromiyaa
(ONM-ABO) is Coming soon!
On Wed, Jun 24, 2020 at 05:49 PM, Patrick Travers wrote:
Re e-mail received moments ago from IRRS
I have a short update on our schedule to East Africa and Kashmir. Although
languages used in these broadcasts may be somehow unusual to most of our
listeners, we are very interested in receiving reception reports for these
additional broadcasts, especially from listeners in the target areas:
i.) 11990 kHz (250 kW) from 1630-1730 UTC on Mon, Wed & Sat to East Africa
in Oromo language (*)
(*) Not available on our regular streaming channels
We will be happy to confirm all correct reception reports with our
COVID-19 e-QSL card. Please send your reports to reports (at) nexus (dot)
Stay tuned & stay safe! 73s, de Ron > Patrick Travers
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