Tag Archives: Germany

Frank shares 1991 recordings and original notes of station IDs and interval signals

SWLing Post reader, Frank, writes from Germany: First let me say that I enjoy your blog a lot. After a 2005-13 hiatus, I have rediscovered a childhood hobby and your reviews have helped me find my way to the post-Sony … Continue reading

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Bayrischer Rundfunk to shut down four MW transmitters end of September 2015

Many thanks to SWLing Post reader, Alexander (DL4NO), who writes: “Today I found a message that Bayrischer Rundfunk will shut down its four MW transmitters at the end of September: http://www.br.de/unternehmen/inhalt/technik/mittelwelle-abschaltung-radio-100.html The two higher-powered transmitters (Munich 100 kW, Nürnberg 20 kW) are on 801 … Continue reading

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Russian spies used shortwave numbers stations and satellites inside Germany

Thanks to Andrea Borgnino for sharing this article: (Source: Der Spiegel) A pair of Russian agents was convicted on Tuesday of spying in Germany for more than 20 years. Russian President Vladimir Putin is personally conducting the negotiations for a … Continue reading

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International Broadcasters support freedom of information

The international broadcasting arms of France, Australia, the US, the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan and the Netherlands issued a joint statement in support of press freedoms across the globe. With the exception of the Netherlands (RNW), all of these countries … Continue reading

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