Site hosted by Angelfire.com: Build your free website today!

        WORLD OF RADIO #1030, produced March 29, 2000 by Glenn Hauser

*Standard disclaimer
*Due to DST, our schedule will be one hour different, depending
*RFPI times stay at same UT, but 6975 has been off for antenna
 repairs and will come back on a different frequency
*New program schedule for RPFI at http://www.rfpi.org
*Three URLs for detailed new-season frequency schedules
 FCC: http://www.fcc.gov/ib/pnd/neg/hf_web/hfff0z00.txt
 IBB: http://sds.his.com:4000/fmds_z/schedules/freqsked.txt
 HFCC: http://www.hfcc.org/data/a00/a00allx2.exe
*V. of Vietnam has new relay via Canada on two 9 MHz frequencies
*R. Thailand back on 15 MHz in English to North America
*R. Japan relays via Canada change from 11 to 6 MHz
*R. Pakistan exact new frequencies in English at 1600
*FEBC Philippines has two English broadcasts, cancelled in May
*R. Australia's best frequencies for North America
*R. Austria via Canada in morning already an hour earlier; evening
 direct
*V. of Germany canceled Mailbag to NAm; sparse feedback
*V. of Russia's best frequencies to NAm
*R. Vilnius, Lithuania back on 9 MHz
*R. Tirana, Albania, new English schedule
*R. Yugoslavia, new English schedule
*R. Ukraine International English no longer to NAm; and 1000 kW
 transmitter is off indefinitely
*R. Romania International, new frequencies for English at 1300
 [full English sked in DXLD 00-46]
*R. Prague, English to NAm
*Don't you believe Emerald Radio's schedule on their own website;
 correct info on WWCR site, thru April 2
*BBC's domestic Asian net now on web http://www.bbc.co.uk/asiannetwork
*RVI Belgium confirms English to NAm is every day at 2230
*V. of Mediterranean, Malta [non] new English schedule
*RTV Gabon reactivated on 4 MHz band
*R. Liberte, Congolese clandestine has company from Pakistan now;
 why is SSB preferred?
*R. Ecclesia, Angola, wants to resume SW
*Elephant Rock Island ham DXpedition March 31-April 9; see
 http://www.qsl.net/zs5ham
*Zimbabwe easier to hear on internet than SW; 3 streams now from
 http://www.zbc.co.zw
*The media magazine you monitor with your mind, WOR 1030, P O Box
 1684, Enid, OK 73702 or wghauser@hotmail.com By fax if really
 necessary 1-580-233-2948 attn Hauser. Our website for schedule,
 DXLD, etc.: http://www.angelfire.com/ok/worldofradio
*Thanks this week for financial support: Pete Bentley
*Peruvian DX news: R. La Voz de las Huarinjas; JCC; R. Bolivar;
 R. Satelite
*R. Apintie, Suriname has Portuguese program
*GBC Guyana reactivated on SW
*R. Verdad, Guatemala signs off around sunset
*WRMI's new schedule shows relays of Prague, Slovakia, Budapest,
 Polonia; DX and entertainment shows. http://members.xoom.com/wrmi
*Marion's Attic on WBCQ moving to Saturday night
*FCC schedule shows WTJC and WGTG actually on even frequencies!
*WMLK's available times this summer
*WBCQ has same azimuth on both frequencies; reason for QSY
*Half a gigadollar settlement in USIA sex-discrimination case;
 union steward Gary Marco's reaction
*Save-VOA demonstration last week; special internet-only report on
 it via: http://www.voa.gov/savevoa.ram
*Low power FM application windows opening in 10 jurisdictions: DC,
 AK, CA, GA, IN, LA, ME, Northern Mariana Islands, OK, RI, UT
*OU files for 100 kW FM in Woodward OK, to bring public radio to
 vast unserved area
*FCC fines WRHC Miami for unauthorized power, site, frequency
*WTAW callsign in College Station TX moving to X-band
*Propagation outlook from Boulder March 28; flux range 225 to 180
*Glenn Hauser, here concluding another World of Radio; this was
 1030; I do hope you can hear me again next week          ###