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HCDX's Kotalampi reporting
live from Kulpsville

Offshore radio ready for launch
Allan Weiner, WBCQ owner, is ready to start his long planned offshore radio station on shortwave.
"Everything is now ready," Weiner said at the Kulpsville annual radio meeting.

WBCQ going offshore



Money talks on shortwave

If you listen to Allan Weiner, owner of American shortwave radio station WBCQ, shortwave radio is more and more "broadcast and be damned".
He is willing to broadcast just about anything.

More on FM radio future
WBCQ web site


Shortwave not outdated
Voice of America is not giving up on shortwave.
"It is the most reliable way to reach the audience," VOA's Kim Elliott said at the annual radio listeners' meeting in Kulpsville.
Elliot pointed out that new forms of communication, such as the Internet, still is illegal in some countries, for example Burma.
Kari Kivekäs , hcdx live from Kulpsville, March 10, 2001

More on VOA
VOA web site


No future for small town FM radio?
While Kim Elliott of the Voice of America thinks shortwave radio still has many more years to come, local radio station Program Manager Allan Loudell, WILM Radio, Wilmington DE, fears that FM radio as we know it today is going to die.

Risto Kotalampi, hcdx live from Kulpsville, March 9, 2001

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Go for hidden antennas
No way of getting that great antenna of your dream?
Against neighborhood rules?
Well, put up a flagpole, suggested antenna guru Skip Arey at The Hidden Antenna meeting at the 2001 years' Kulpville DX meeting.
Risto Kotalampi, hcdx live from Kulpsville, March 9, 2001

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Go hunt those satellites
As satellite equipment is getting cheaper, this might be an interesting area, suggested Tracy Wood in a starting presentation at this year's Kulpsville Shortwave Listeners festival in Kulpsville, USA.

Risto Kotalampi, hcdx live from Kulpsville, March 9, 2001

More on DXing satellites

Friendly spot for tough radio guys

The Fiesta Motor Inn is no more, nor the purple Pancho Villa room.
But the Fiesta still exist.
Now in its 14th season, Kulpsville has never looked more beautiful in March for any SWL thoroughbred.
We tell you why.

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