WORLD OF RADIO #955, produced Sept 2, 1998 by Glenn Hauser

*WWCR posted new Sept program sked on website not showing that
*WOR dropped from Saturday at 0600 on 5070
*Remaining WWCR times for us are Thu 1600 and 2030 on 15685, Sun
 0630 and 0930 on 5070, Tue 1230 on 15685
*KNOR, 1400, Norman lost its tower Aug 27, soon to be replaced
*WOR sked on KNOR Satudays 7 or 7:10 am CT
*RFPI active only on 6975 lately; new programming quarter has
 started; Pacifica News underway; Anniversary Fiesta UT Sept 17
 +0000-0600; Millennium Dreams, FRRR/GCF times
*XERTA's new program and frequency change recommended
*Morobe, PNG station off until gets new tube
*Yonhap News Agency, S Korea press teletype SW schedule
*North Korean soldiers' station reactivated
*Tibet heard on new frequency and others
*Nepal on 5 MHz heard in eastern NAm during geomag storm; audio
 clip at
*R. Pakistan's actual monitored frequencies in English
*V. of Shari'a, Afghanistan changed time for English
*Islamic station to be set up in Gedo, SW Somalia
*Radio Candip, Congo DR, under rebel control, pretends to
 relay news from RTNC Kinshasa
*unID African in French on 6885 at 1900-2000+
*Sierra Leone convicts journalists of treason, to be hanged
*Standard disclaimer
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*Greece changes law in order to jail and fine journalists for 
 libel as a crime
*Fuss in Czech Republic over plans to originate R. Free Iraq
 and Farsi service of RFE from Prague; don't want to offend
 Iran and Iraq or risk explosions; Farsi delayed; Czech
 government split 
*RVI Belgium will finally put English on Bonaire relay this
*BBC previews: Composer of the Month; Last Night of the Proms;
 Soundworks; The Lyrics
*RTE overnight service on NPR includes media show Soundbyte
*RTE hurling and football finals on SW Sept 13 and 27 
 [not 17 as I said first]
*Church and State show on WGTG, liberal and conservative
 crossfire; see
*Spectrum to come back in mid-October at former time
*WWCR September program sked includes music lineup; President
 Cliton twice
*WBCQ plans to start regular programming Sept 8
*Philadelphia market AM station starts classical music
*Montreal to get a commercial classical FM
*Case of the Toxic Red Ink in Aug 27 Toronto Globe and Mail
 on CBC's $3 million shortfall
*Some hurricane monitoring SW frequencies of Army MARS, and
 hurricane-hunter aircraft
*Propagation outlook from Boulder issued Sept. 1; flux may
 rise to 175
*World of Radio 955 concluding; I'm Glenn Hauser       ###