Radio Exterior de Espana (REE) has returned to shortwave

As a follow-up to my previous post on Radio Exterior de Espana, I can confirm that I’m hearing REE on all of their scheduled frequencies today.

We’re not totally sure why their analog shortwave broadcasts were cut last week, but it could certainly have been a knee-jerk reaction to the financial woes in Spain and at RTVE.

Again, if you’re an REE fan, I suggest you contact them ASAP (ree@rtve.es) and show your support. Tell them what you listen to and why. Though services have been re-established, I suspect REE shortwave broadcasts may be on the chopping block again in the near future.

 

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7 Responses to Radio Exterior de Espana (REE) has returned to shortwave

  1. Ondas Cortas says:

    Could you post a link directly to the REE English SW schedule? I find it hard to locate on their site.

  2. Keith Perron says:

    Problem with REE and some other broadcasters is they could have shifted towards the east. By adding Chinese as a language service and targeting East Asia and South East Asia and the Pacific they could increase their audience.

  3. Pingback: Radio Exterior de España to abandon shortwave October 1st | The SWLing Post

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