Monthly Archives: October 2013

How The Shortwave Bands Looked in 1929

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Thanks to Bill Marsh for this article:

 

AOKI B13 Schedules Now Out

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http://www.geocities.jp/binewsjp/ia/userlist1.txt

Solomon Islands Reactivates 31mb

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SIBC logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This from Martin Hadlow:

Dear friends,
I am advised that the Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation (SIBC) has re-activated its daytime transmitter operating on 9545 kHz. The transmitter has been off-air for sometime, due to technical and other problems. It now operates 0900-1600 (Solomon Islands time). I’m sure they would welcome e-mails letting them know if the signal is getting out widely.
73.
Martin
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Dudley Carter – Tribute

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New article thanks to Bill Marsh Jnr:

http://www.radiodx.com/articles/dxer-profiles-a-to-e/dudley-carter-tribute/

The Rise and Decline of AM Radio

Westinghouse Electric Company logo

Westinghouse Electric Company logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This interesting article from the Pittsburgh Post Gazette chronicles AM radio… which seems to have started with a bet!

http://www.post-gazette.com/tv-radio/2013/10/13/The-rise-and-decline-of-AM-radio/stories/201310130063

Thanks to Bill Smith from Iowa for sending in this link.

 

 

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Broadcasting’s Forgotten Father

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Thanks to Paul Rawdon for posting the following on the DX Dialog user-group:

This is the 1995 PBS Documentary, “Broadcasting’s Forgotten Father, the Charles Herrold Story.” It was written, produced, directed and narrated by Mike Adams. Mike’s film students at San Jose State University participated in the production. The 1909 Herrold station became KQW and today it is KCBS in San Francisco, now over 100 years old.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nIVv_2cGaQ&fulldescription=1&guid=&client=mv-google&gl=NZ&hl=en-GB&app=desktop

“The Story of AFN”

Thanks to Paul Rawdon for posting the following on the DX Dialog user-group:

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From 1963: For twenty years one of the United States’ largest radio networks has been broadcasting news – information -music – sports – and dramatic programs to an estimated audience of twenty million – yet has never been heard in the United States. The American Forces Network, Europe (known to its audience as AFN) has served the military community in Europe since it began broadcasting from a basement studio in London, England, on July 4, 1943. This year marks its twentieth anniversary of broadcast operations. THE BIG PICTURE captures on film the sight and sound of this unique radio network as it goes about its daily business. Filmed in Frankfurt – Berlin – Munich and Orleans, France – “The Story of AFN” is informative and entertaining.