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        CONTINENT OF MEDIA 01-06, produced June 18, 2001 by Glenn Hauser

*This is COM 01-06 for June into July 2001, the monthly supplement
 to my weekly program World of Radio
*Brought to you on SW by Radio for Peace International and on the
 internet by sponsored by Universal Radio. Please let these
 entities know you appreciate this service
*German pay-TV coming to North America next summer; another starting
 this summer in addition to DW-TV
*Croatia started satellite TV to North America this spring
*The long story of new channel 2 for San Antonio, KBEJ, can be read
 at Pat Dyer`s site
*Old Tonight Show tapes being marketed on video from underground
 storage in Kansas; see and
 Here`s (vintage) Johnny, in Los Angeles Times May 13:
*Jeff Kadet reports on maximum normal range for DTV reception
*Net pirates nab TV episodes from the sky in TVrip
*Northern Canada used to have pirate TV networks playing tapes
*More on naked news at and
 [without the /01.html for first page as I read previous link]
 (but beware, the latter illustrated with full frontal nudity)
*Naked news from Norway on radio station but see website
*Azeri program on CFRO Vancouver promoted by Azerbaijan. See sked at
*Toronto`s multicultural CHIN applies to move into Ottawa on FM 97.9
*CKUA 580 and FM Alberta finally going 24 hours; unique format relies
 on vinyl; see/hear:
*COM 01-06; P O Box 1684, Enid, OK 73702 USA; or includes COM summaries,
 audio links and much more
*WVRU, Radford University in Virginia goes 24h with BBC overnight
 see/hear at
*KOSU, Stillwater OK, refuses to carry BBCWS overnight, but converted
 from jazz to classical
*WJHU, Baltimore being sold off by Johns Hopkins, but WAMU and WBUR
 back out, leaving Maryland Public Radio, new community group to buy
 it for $5 million
*KWAB, Boulder CO, sold by Working Assets to Colorado Public Radio
*KUNC, Greely CO, bought by Friends, fending off CPR
*Two new classical streams from KCME Colorado Springs and KBPS Portland OR
*CPR adds second station in Pueblo as statewide dual network expands
*Student station in Flagstaff AZ on 1680, `K-JACK` and on internet [confirmed webcast June 19]
*Interamerican Telecommunication Commission met in San Salvador; huge
 file reports on it, mainly digital at
 See DXLD 1-085
*Final closing of Mexican news channel ECO (Spanish)
*Site for detailed geographical info on Peru of use to DXers: --  details on use in DXLD 1-073
 [neither the above nor the more specific below worked June 19...]
*Schedule of Argentine timesignal station LOL; more in DXLD 1-084 [but nothing specific on LOL found here]
*Extremely well done site
 also links to other Cuban radio station sites
*Radio ZJF, Anguilla, back on FM, DXable in SE USA
*Great new site for scannists, local listings:
*And so concludes COM 01-06 for June into July 2001; Glenn Hauser,
 here, thanking you for listening, and inviting you to hear my other
 program weekly, World of Radio                                 ###