SWLing Post contributor, Alex, has just informed me that he’s updated his printer-friendly BBC global shortwave broadcasting chart and in the process of updating his international broadcasting charts for the 2017 summer broadcasting season.
Note that Alex creates his charts based on listening to broadcasters rather than importing schedules from other sources.
You can download the free charts on his website:
Many thanks, Alex!
(Source: Saverio Masetti on Facebook)
IBC – ITALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION – A17
We are proud to communicate the new schedule effective from 27 March 2017.
Following the requests of many listeners, we introduce a new 30 minutes weekly broadcast in English, to Europe and the Americas; at the end of every English broadcast there will be 5 minutes of “IBC DIGITAL” in MFSK32.
We wait for your reports and feedback to email@example.com; you are also invited to visit our website www.ibcradio.webs.com to be constantly updated on our broadcast.
WEDNESDAY 18.30-19 UTC 6070 / 1584 KHZ TO EUROPE
THURSDAY 02.30-03 UTC 1584 KHZ TO EUROPE
FRIDAY 01-01.30 UTC 9955 KHZ TO CENTRAL/SOUTH AMERICA
SATURDAY 01.30-02 UTC 11580 KHZ TO NORTH AMERICA 20-20.30 UTC 1584 KHZ TO SOUTH EUROPE
SUNDAY 00.30-01 UTC 7730 KHZ TO NORTH AMERICA 10.30-11 UTC 6070 KHZ TO EUROPE (VIA RADIO BCL NEWS)
“IBC DIGITAL” – IN MFSK32:
WEDNESDAY 18.55 UTC 6070 / 1584 KHZ TO EUROPE
THURSDAY 02.55 UTC 1584 KHZ TO EUROPE
FRIDAY 01.25 UTC 9955 KHZ TO CENTRAL/SOUTH AMERICA
SATURDAY 01.55 UTC 11580 KHZ TO NORTH AMERICA 20.25 UTC 1584 KHZ TO SOUTH EUROPE
SUNDAY 00.55 UTC 7730 KHZ TO NORTH AMERICA 10.55 UTC 6070 KHZ TO EUROPE (VIA RADIO BCL NEWS)
ITALIAN TO EUROPE:
WEDNESDAY 17-18.30 UTC 6070/1584 KHZ
THURSDAY 01-02.30 UTC 1584 KHZ
SATURDAY 13-14.00 UTC 6070 KHZ
IBC – ITALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION
Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, David Iurescia (LW4DAF), for sharing Radio Romania International’s 2017 summer shortwave radio schedule:
For full details about the various ways you can listen to RRI, check out their website.
Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, John from VORW Radio International, who writes:
I am pleased to announce the further expansion of VORW Radio International, now transmitting to Asia!
Each broadcast features a mixture of my commentary and listener requested music. You’ll hear a great variety of music in this program, from Classical to Classic Country, from Rock to Smooth Jazz, you’ll hear it all!
If you’re interested in listening, the updated broadcast schedule is as follows (with bold text marking additional transmissions):
- Thursday 1000 UTC – 1100 UTC – 5850 kHz to Northeast Asia / Pacific Northwest
- Thursday 1300 UTC – 1400 UTC – 6070 kHz to Europe
- Thursday 2000 UTC – 2100 UTC – 6070 kHz to Europe
- Friday 0100 UTC – 0200 UTC – 7490 kHz to North America (8 PM – 9 PM Eastern, Thursday)
- Friday 1130 UTC – 1230 UTC – 3210 kHz to Northwest NSW, Australia
March 9th – 1200 UTC – 1300 UTC – 12085 kHz to Northeast Asia
Questions, comments, reception reports and music requests may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Reception reports will receive a QSL!
Many thanks, John! Happy to see yet another expansion of your broadcasts!
As a reminder, this broadcast will begin today, March 3, 2017, at 22:00 EST (that’s 03:00 UTC March 4):
(Source: David Goren)
The Shortwave Shindig
30th Annual Winter SWL FEST
Plymouth Meeting, PA
Friday 3/3/17 10pm-1am EST (0300-0600 UTC 3/4)
Live via WRMI 6855 khz
Join David Goren and friends for the annual Shortwave Shindig, a late night listening hang featuring live music, interviews and audio pieces exploring the history and aesthetics of the shortwave listening experience. Festivities begin at 9:15pm EST. Then at 10 pm EST we’ll go live on 6855 khz via WRMI, Radio Miami International, for a three hour broadcast including the best of Short Waves/Long Distance, an open call for shortwave based audio work co-sponsored by NASWA The North American Shortwave Association and Wave Farm, a media arts organization. Short Waves/Long Distance celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Fest, and the 20th Anniversary of Wave Farm.