Shortwave Log, Northern Germany, February 2012: Feel the Tibetan Happiness

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Recent Radio History

Radio Impacto QSL Letter, 1988

Radio Impacto, Costa Rica: semi-clandestine, but happy to confirm your sintonía.

Don Moore, of the Association of North American Radio Clubs, described Radio Impacto‘s anti-Sandinista propaganda efforts in an article published in 1992, less than two years after the station had closed down.

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Recent Shortwave Logs

International Telecommunication Union letter codes used in the table underneath:
ARS – Saudi Arabia; CHN – China; CUB -Cuba; IND – India; TIB – Tibet.

Languages (“L.”):
A – Arabic; C – Chinese; E – English; F – French; S – Spanish.

kHz

Station

Ctry

L.

Day

Time GMT

S I O
5025 RHC Habana CUB S. Febr 19 21:40 2 3 2
4920 PBS Tibet1) TIB E. Febr 22 22:55 4 3 3
17615 Riyadh ARS A. Febr 23 15:42 4 5 4
17660 Riyadh ARS F. Febr 23 15:48 4 5 4
7550 All India Radio IND E. Febr 23 21:55 4 5 4
4920 PBS Tibet TIB E. Febr 23 22:30 4 4 4
5060 PBS Xinjiang2) CHN C. Febr 23 23:30 4 3 3

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Notes / Soundtracks

1) Listen to PBS Tibet in English, and you may feel the happiness and energy of these Tibetan young people as Tibetan New Year is here. Interesting sample of local soft-power efforts there.
——– Soundtrack »

2) “The East is Red” – once the identification tune of Radio Beijing (now China Radio International) is still in use on PBS Xinjiang.
——– Soundtrack »

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Related

» Do We Need a Common Losar, High Peaks, Pure Earth, Febr 20, 2012
» Previous Logs, November 2011

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