WORLD OF RADIO #974, produced Jan 27, 1999 by Glenn Hauser

*Standard disclaimer
*We've already produced over 1000 programs, but how shall we 
 celebrate official #1000 half a year from now? Our SW anniversary
*RFPI revised frequency schedule expands 15050, 21460-USB
*Continent of Media Tuesday at 2000 may get irregular repeat defaults
 8 and 16 hours later; morning Spanish heard again
*Check redesigned WOR website; major links now easy to find:
*US Hams authorized to experiment in 5100-5450 kHz range
*KVOH clashes with BBC frequency
*RFPI has Far Right Web Review at:
*Bruce Elving of FM Atlas to be on Tom & Darryl Show this week
*Check Americans for Radio Diversity on media access, micro
*Radio Disney changing callsigns of its new stations to have DZ
 or MK in call; examples
*WLAC Nashville operating non-directionally
*Three Michigan stations including X-bander running Morse IDs
*CBF Montreal confirmed off the air; open DX frequency now
*See Mark Mohrmann's website for list of Latin American stations
*Rumor of a new transmitter site for R. Marti
*Costa Rican frequency heard with unexpected station
*Easiest Colombian to hear with earthquake news
*Colombian quake ham net frequencies
*HCJB clashing with Radio Australia
*Peruvians: R. Nueva Cajamarca's changing frequencies; identifying
 the 5906 outlet as R. Panorama
*Brazilian 90-meterband station heard with new ID, FM relay?
*Antarctic station about to get new transmitter, frequencies
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*VORGAN, Angolan clandestine reactivated, schedule
*R. Minurca on low power frequencies only [I should have said 1600-
 0600 on 5900]; UN about to decide whether to continue it; QSLs in 
 the mail
*V. of Freedom and Renewal, Sudanese clandestine; see
*New frequency for R. Hargesia, Somalia
*East Timor webserver in Ireland hacked out of service
*BBC WS previews for early Feb: International Recital; The Legal
 World; Composer of the Month; Performance; Omnibus
*Search for new head of BBC includes ex-CBS chief
*R. Luxembourg lives via Merlin Network One
*DW has program in easy German
*R. Netherlands, Bonaire had feed loss, extra echo
*R. Romania International heard in morning, but frequency wrong
*"Illegal" foreign broadcasters in Moscow must get licensed or get 
 "jammed" - we doubt this
*New Turkish station heard on 5 MHz band, R. Tibe - pirate?
*WWCR's Persian service is called R. Porseh, R. Question
 International; Kurdish on Thursday
*Afghanistan loggings in English
*When to hear local IDs from Port Blair, Andaman Islands
*Solar flux hit 238.8 on Jan 20 with flare
*Propagation outlook from Boulder, Jan 26; flux peak 160
*That's WOR 974 -- Glenn Hauser hoping you'll join me again
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