Monthly Archives: February 2014

More On The Resilience Of Radio

English: High detail closeup of a cockroach.

The Independent newspaper published a web article echoing similar stories of recent times, on how radio has survived of technological “advances”.

Here is their slant on the medium that is turning into the cockroach of technology!

Thanks to Martin Hadlow for posting this link on DX Dialog.



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BBC World Service To Reduce Shortwave


“The Beeb” on SW  is once again getting pared down in an effort to save money. This story from The Guardian website.

WRTH Supplement Available

WRTH 2014 Int. Radio Supplement 1 (B13 Update) is available, the information  below is provided by Nicholas Hardyman, Publisher of the WRTH. Via Mark Nicholls on DX Dialog user-group.

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Video Killed The Radio Star


Buggles, performers of the hit song “Video Killed the Radio Star” Cr: Wikipedia

Or did it? Radio has withstood all manner of technological incarnations, will anything kill it off?  Thanks to Martin Hadlow via the DX Dialog user-group for alerting us to this interesting article.



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