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        WORLD OF RADIO #1020, produced Jan 19, 2000 by Glenn Hauser

*New Continent of Media 00-01 soon available on RFPI, and on
 http://www.DXing.com
*New Mundo Radial, Spanish DX Report, from Jan 21 on WWCR, Fri 2215
 on 9475
*RFPI's 6975 antenna off the air due to wind, now back; 15049 times
 were expanded
*VOA may be dropping Baltic and other European languages
*WGTG gives its QSL policy, 5 hours of program details, r.p.
*Miami MW station had guy wires cut, allowing Cuban to be heard
*Jack Cole, talkhost on WJNO in Palm Beach fired; frequencies swapped
*3-way switch on Tampa AM dial
*Larry King on WMAQ in Chicago
*Webpage on talk radio in Albuquerque and beyond
 http://members.tripod.com/~talkalbuquerque/ 
*KLIF 570 Dallas changing calls soon, already gone from IDs
*KFI 640 Los Angeles turns C-QUAM stereo off
*Four Windsor stations start L-band digital, Detroit market. See
 http://www.89xradio.com or http://580ckww.com or
 http://www.am800cklw.com
*USA Digital demonstrating IBOC iDAB digital receiver; inferior to
 Canadian system
*Raytheon announces HF surface radar from Canada, 3-6 and 15-20 MHz
*Tom Sundstrom objects in letter to Raytheon
*A second time for Quirks and Quarks on RCI
*Standard disclaimer
*The non-government, non-commercial, non-corporate, non-communist,
 non-musical, non-religious DX program, WOR 1020; address
 wghauser@yahoo.com or P O Box 1684, Enid OK 73702 USA; or fax if
 really necessary 1-580-233-2948 attn Hauser; website for our
 schedules, archives of DX Listening Digest:
 http://www.angelfire.com/ok/worldofradio
*BBC's Essential Guide to the XXI Century; cancels primetime airing
 of Write On; Seeing Stars; Waveguide; In Other Words; Pick of the
 World
*Mystery BBC and VOA relay on 5020
*Spain moved Radio Waves to earlier time last week
*Iraq refusing to trade with Czech Republic due to R. Free Iraq; see
 schedule in DX Listening Digest #7
 http://www.angelfire.com/ok/worldofradio/Dxldmid.html
*Never mind last week's Israel Radio frequency changes
*Voice of Armenia retimes all its English broadcasts
*Webradio flourishing in India; for a number of URLs see DX Listening
 Digest #5, and from New Jersey in #8
*Ameican ham DXpedition to an island off Myanmar; see
 http://www.getnet.com/~k7wx/myanmar.htm and DX Listening Digest #8
*V. of Mongolia confirmed on one 12 MHz frequency; China may take
 over Mongolia and Myanmar
*R. Independence Bougainville more than sextuples power; weeds clog
 hydro power source
*R. New Zealand Int'l won't have new Mailbox till Feb 1
*RNZI staying on an extra two hours with forces program
*New Brazilian, or new name on 59 meters: FM Vale do Xingu
*Thais White applies for [60m] station in Venezuela, R. San Juan
 Internacional
*Big bad buzz from Habana gets worse
*R. Galkaacyo, Somalia's previous 9 MHz frequencies
*R. Mogadishu, V. of the People of the Somali Republic, back on 44m
 band including English 
*Radio Shack external speaker Pro X44AV good for SW, half price sale
*Propagation outlook from Ottawa, Jan 5
*Propagation outlook from Boulder, Jan 18; flux peak 205
*The end of another WOR, 1020; input to wghauser@yahoo.com or P O Box
 1684, Enid OK 73702 USA; visit our website frequently:
 http://www.angelire.com/ok/worldofradio
*Glenn Hauser, inviting you to hear me again next week        ###