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Glenn Hauser logs May 25, 2023   
Friday, May 26 2023

** CUBA. 12200, May 25 at 0621, RHC English, S9/+10 undermodulated
with squeal, stronger than fundamental 6100, S5/S7. No other
frequencies on now. Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK,

** GUAM. 15680, May 25 at 1540, KSDA only frequency audible into Japan
SDR, S9+30/40. Seems they have only one transmitter going; AWR ID,
Pune address and phone number in scheduled Kannada; 1559 S/off in
English, never mentions call letters KSDA, power as 100,000 watts.
WRTH 2023 shows KSDA has 5 x 100 kW. Scheduled next at 1600 on 12080
but not on air.

Also at 1536 May 25, no scheduled frequencies from KTWR to be heard.
WRTH says they have 1 x 100 and 2 x 250 kW. Jose Jacob, India heard
from KTWR that they were closing down before the typhoon, everyone OK
afterwards but as of May 25 not yet safe to work on antennas (Glenn
Hauser, OK, WORLD OF RADIO 2192)

** OKLAHOMA. Lawmakers Override Gov. Stitt's Veto, Extend OETA
Thursday, May 25th 2023, 4:05 pm By: Haley Weger {with audiovideo}


Lawmakers are using the final days of the legislative session to
override Gov. Kevin Stitt’s vetoes. One of the vetoes: to extend the
contract for OETA to continue operating until 2026.

The override ensures that the continuation of the only public TV
station in Oklahoma, which was a big goal of the state legislature
this year.
Both the Oklahoma House and Senate decided to override the governor’s
veto for the OETA bill on Thursday. A bipartisan effort in both

The governor vetoed the House bill that would continue funding OETA
earlier this month.

Stitt called OETA an outdated system saying, “I don’t think Oklahomans
want to use their tax dollars to indoctrinate kids."

The governor’s office sent News 9 a list of shows that Stitt deemed
“inappropriate content,” including an episode of “Clifford the Big Red
Dog” that featured the topic of gay marriage.



Lawmakers override Stitt's vetoes, including OETA legislation
Dale Denwalt

The Oklahoma Legislature fired back at Gov. Kevin Stitt's veto
authority on Thursday, ensuring the continued survival of OETA and
criticizing the governor's "tantrum" earlier this session that led to
20 bills being vetoed.

Cheers broke out in the Oklahoma House of Representatives as lawmakers
approved the bill that reauthorizes OETA as a state entity for at
least another three years. The Senate added its override vote a few
hours later.

In his veto of House Bill 2820 last month, Stitt said he questioned
the public broadcaster's value to the state. He later claimed OETA
"overly sexualizes" children and indoctrinates them.

Asked for proof, he pointed to news programs that discussed
transgender issues and scripted programming that acknowledges the
existence of LGBTQ people.

Thirteen bills were pressed into law Thursday as lawmakers spent hours
undoing the governor's decisions. Some had pointed words for the

State Sen. Julie Daniels, R-Bartlesville, said Stitt "ignored the
authority of the Legislature" when he vetoed a bill to reauthorize the
board that oversees licensed architects and interior designers.

Stitt also showed "no logical reason or rational thinking" when
vetoing a bill that corrected an error in previously adopted
legislation, said state Sen. Todd Gollihare, R-Kellyville.

During the months-long legislative fight over how to give families a
tax credit for sending their child to private school, the governor
vetoed 20 unrelated Senate bills as retribution for not yet adopting
his tax cut and education plans.

"We're not even dealing with a policy bill, yet here we are today
taking up the time of the Senate to address a veto message that
appears to me to be nothing more than a tantrum," said state Sen.
Chuck Hall, R-Perry.

Senate Floor Leader Greg McCortney referred to the bills as the
"tantrum 20."

"During a recent tantrum, the chief executive of the state indicated
that he did not think it was important for hospice patients who reside
in nursing homes to have quick access to pain medication," said
McCortney, R-Ada, referring to the veto of Senate Bill 249.

Between the House and Senate, lawmakers considered veto overrides on
nearly three dozen bills Thursday, but only 13 were overridden by both
chambers. In total, 32 out of the 46 bills vetoed this year remain in
jeopardy, including legislation on victim protective orders,
McCortney's bill on hospice medicine and modifications to assistance
programs for state employees and disabled Oklahomans.

House lawmakers sustained the governor's veto on legislation that
could have made it more costly to defend against SLAPP lawsuits, or
strategic lawsuits against public participation.

Vetoes on the following bills were overridden by both chambers on
Thursday. Lawmakers will meet again Friday, leaving time for
additional overrides if leadership bring them to the floor.

SB 299: Re-creates the Oklahoma Advisory Council on Indian
SB 429: Allows students to wear tribal regalia during graduation
SB 563: Relates to Medicaid reimbursement for anesthesia
SB 623: Various measures related to Service Oklahoma issuance of
driver's licenses
SB 712: Directs the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Services to provide emergency opioid antagonists (naloxone) to
SB 775: Relates to county employee education programs
SB 840: Allows collegiate athletes to negotiate name, image and
likeness contracts without securing a licensed agent
SB 951: Raises county commissioner and sheriff travel allowance
HB 1843: Transfers responsibility to enforce the Patients Right to
Pharmacy Choice Act from the Oklahoma Insurance Department to the
Oklahoma attorney general
HB 2255: Authorizes several new specialty license plates
HB 2263: Removes the governor's sole authority to appoint members to
the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority
HB 2820: Reauthorizes OETA for another three years
HB 2863: Establishes the Oklahoma State University Veterinary Medicine
Authority to oversee veterinary medicine education programs
(via Glenn Hauser, Enid, WOR)

** PERU. 4810, May 25 at 0648, weak carrier, presumed R. Logos,
Chazuta leaving it on all night; had not heard it for some time. Still
no 4820 carrier, as Senda Cristiana turns completely off, after
initially leaving it on all night (Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** SPAIN. 17855, Thu May 25 after 2200, quick check of REE on a
non-English day finds this and the other three, 17715, 15520 and 11670
all audible into Maryland SDR: and scheduled at this hour is `Amigos
de la Onda Corta`, a sort-of DX program, or media magazine: I haven`t
had time to listen to it for a long time, but when I did there was
hardly anything about shortwave on it, despite the title (Glenn
Hauser, OK, WOR)

** TURKEY. 11785, May 25 at 2211, VOT English is missing for the third
day in a row, when checked into Maryland SDR. Maybe something more
serious is erroneous at Emirler. Need to check whether other English
and various other languages are still airing; such as the other
English for us at 0300 on 7275, and for Asia on 6165 (Glenn Hauser,

** U S A [and non]. WORLD OF RADIO 2191 monitoring: ``From: Richard
Lemke, St. Albert, Alberta, Canada, the desk of Richard’s listening
Post, Radio: JRC NRD-535 HF, Antenna: random long wires in the trees.
Dear Glenn: Confirming World of Radio #2191, Wednesday evening, WRMI:
9395, heavy static, QRN, S7 signal, 0030, 0043, 0051 (45433), (45343),
0059, 9395 kHz, May 23 UTC 2023 {that would be UT Thu May 25, altho at
same time on UT Tue May 23 - gh} (Lemke, Richard -AB)`` as of May 25

Confirmed UT Thu May 25 at 0049 the 0030 on WRMI 9395, VG S8/S9

Also confirmed UT Thu May 25 at 0130 on WRMI 5010, noisy S8/9+10 into
Bonaire SDR.

WORLD OF RADIO 2192 contents: Algeria, Antarctica, Australia, Brasil,
Bulgaria, Canada, China, Congo, Cuba, Ecuador, Egypt, (France),
Germany, Guam and non, Liberia, Netherlands, (Northern Mariana
Islands), Oklahoma, Pakistan, Poland non, Slovakia non, (Sweden non),
Thailand, Turkey, UQKOGBANI, USA, Vanuatu; propagation outlook
(countries mentioned along with others not in order)

WORLD OF RADIO 2192 available from 0043 UT May 26:
(mp3 stream) https://www.w4uvh.net/wor2192.m3u
(mp3 download) https://www.w4uvh.net/wor2192.mp3

Or via http://www.worldofradio.com/audiomid.html
Also linx to podcast services.

The shortwave+ broadcasts should be:

1430 UT Friday WRMI 9955 to SSE
[usually, also phonecast, webcast][jammed by Cuba?]
2030 UT Friday IRRS 1323 & 918? & 207?-Italy
0130 UT Saturday WRMI 5850 to NW
0400 UT Saturday WBCQ Radio Angela 5130v to WSW
1930vUT Saturday WA0RCR 1860-AM
2230 UT Saturday WRMI 5850 to NW
2230 UT Saturday WRMI 15770 to NE
0030 UT Sunday WRMI 7780 to SW
0245vUT Sunday WA0RCR 1860-AM [nominal 0315; as late as 0457]
1330 UT Sunday WRMI 9955 to SSE
[also phonecast, webcast][jammed by Cuba?]
2000 UT Sunday IRRS 1323 & 918? & 207?-Italy
0030 UT Monday WRMI 7780 to SW
0300vUT Monday WBCQ Area 51 6160v to WSW
0030 UT Tuesday WRMI 9395 to NNW
2330 UT Tuesday WRMI 9395 to NNW
2100 UT Wednesday WBCQ 7490v to WSW
0030 UT Thursday WRMI 9395 to NNW
0130 UT Thursday WRMI 5010 to S

Full schedule including AM, FM, webcasts, satellite, podcasts:

Like our website, a noncommercial service for which financial
support is appreciated; thanks this week to Steve Zimmerman, West
Allis, WI, for a generous US$ check to Glenn Hauser, PO Box 1684, Enid
OK 73702

Or via PayPal, not necessarily in US funds, to woradio at yahoo.com
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

** U S A. 7730, May 25 at 0049 at first I think this WRMI is gone
again, but with BFO, JBA carrier detected in hi storm noise level;
also 7780 slightly stronger. But 7570 TOMBS is S9/+10. Aiming it
thisaway makes all the difference (Glenn Hauser, OK, WORLD OF RADIO

UNIDENTIFIED. 9547.54 USB approx., May 25 at 0640, JBA 2-way INTRUDERS
altho no broadcasters nearby now; seems like Spanish but not sure
(Glenn Hauser, OK, WOR)

This report dispatched at 0105 UT May 26


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