WORLD OF RADIO #993, produced June 16, 1999 by Glenn Hauser

*Standard disclaimer
*New cycle of Spanish DX reports begins June 18 on WWCR, RN Radio Enlace
*New Continent of Media 99-04 appearing shortly on RFPI and; topic list (also on WOR website)
*WOR Extra 29 produced; release date not yet decided
*I substitute this week for Kim Elliott on VOA Communications World,
 UT Sat June 19 on VOA News Now (not the half-hour edition)
*New SSB feeder from Argentina
*Buenos Aires has new split frequency X-band station
*Unidentified from Peru on 5857.3v
*Peruvian on North American pirate favorite 6955.5 identified
*RFPI's Progressive News well done, and gets repeat at 0130
*Havana changes frequencies to Europe
*Shortwave Audio Online --
*Wayne Green did an "everything is fraudulent" pilot on WWCR last week
*With Heart and Voice made over, featuring monkey-music
*WBZ Boston has new talk lineup including Steve LeVeille; see his
*Low power special aboriginal FM station in Toronto; and others
*Ireland warns Dublin land-owners over pirate transmitters
*BBC World, global TV news channel faces the axe after loss
*BBC WS live coverage of Wimbledon
*BBC previews: Heritage, Waveguide
*ITU has SW radiobeacon in Norway, LN2A [for propagation studies]
*Bob Zanotti's tribute to Arne Skoog
*Via USB, AM, FM, subcarrier and internet, WOR 993,
 or P O Box 1684, Enid OK 73702, USA; fax if really necessary: 1-580-
 233-2948 attn Hauser; check our website for latest on all our 
 broadcasts and publications:
*Spain's news in Catalan, Galician, Basque
*RVI Belgium frequency change
*R. Nederland relaying Kosova's Radio 21, including English; or via
*Allied Voice of NATO adds another MW frequency
*Radio Belgrade's programs at :
*R. Ukraine Int'l on 17 MHz band et al.
*R. Tatarstan, Kazan, Russia schedule
*Sa'udi Arabian SW schedules for four domestic programs
*Sudan with superpower MW signal into Massachusetts
*La Voix du Sahel, Niger knocked off air by fire
*Voice of Nigeria missing for two weeks under new government
 [slightly later: 7255 is still/again on; see our DX Report 99-26]
*All India Radio's GOS English schedule
*V. of Mongolia heard on second harmonic
*ABI multi-media site on Korean numbers stations:
*V. of Vietnam via Russia shifted frequency one night
*Papua New Guinea extended hours
*Vanuatu reported on 75 meters
*New Zealand bothered by receiver-produced mixing product
*Solar cycle is slow to rise
*Propagation outlook from Ottawa
*Propagation outlook from Boulder, June 15; flux peak 165
*Remember to check for us on VOA Communications World June 19
*Glenn Hauser, concluding WOR 993                  ###