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2013 WRTH now available

WRTH has announced that their 2013 edition is now available online. Every year, I look forward to searching a new WRTH’s pages for the first time. What is the WRTH (World Radio and TV Handbook)? Click here to read my reviews … Continue reading

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2011 WRTH: A Look Inside

Last week, I received a copy of the 2011 WRTH, and enjoyed a most welcome read over the holiday weekend. I always look forward to the newest edition of the WRTH. I find that, even in an internet world, and … Continue reading

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Yes, Passport To World Band Radio Has Closed Their Website

Over the past weeks, many of you may have noticed that the website for Passport To World Band Radio, Passband.com (note: no hyperlinking here), has closed shop. This, of course, following the death of every SWLer’s favorite guide, the  Passport … Continue reading

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A Look Inside the 2010 World Radio TV Handbook (WRTH) and Interview with Publisher

The World Radio TV Handbook (WRTH)–a printed guide to broadcasts on shortwave, mediumwave, longwave, and FM, as well as on TV–is now available for purchase in its 64th edition. This guide is known as the key reference book for hard … Continue reading

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Passport To World Band Radio No Longer In Print

A message from Larry Magne posted on PTWBR’s website: Thanks for your many kind and helpful comments, which have touched us greatly. Alas, although the long-term future of IBS’ activities continues to be mulled over, there will definitely be no … Continue reading

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Passport to Word Band Radio® reports they are “in limbo”

Larry Magne, the publisher of Passort To World Band Radio, has reported that the 26th edition of their popular shortwave radio guide may not go to print. From their website: As with any good recipe, a range of ingredients has … Continue reading

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