We are pleased to announce that the A16 International Radio and Clandestine/Target Broadcast schedules file is now available for download from our website. The file is offered free of charge, but we do have a donations page if you wish to show support/thank for all the hard work and dedication our very small team puts in to get these files ready.
The schedules file is in PDF form, and requires a PDF reading program/app. The file contains International Radio and Clandestine/Target Radio broadcast schedules for 201 stations (yes, there really are still that many non-domestic stations broadcasting on LW/MW and SW). Also included are an International/Clandestine Radio frequency list, Selected language broadcasts, International DRM broadcasts and an International transmitter sites table.
We hope you find this a useful accompaniment to the printed WRTH, and as a standalone schedules file.
Happy listening and good DX from the WRTH editorial team.
A few hours later than planned, the B12 broadcast schedules update file is now available from the WRTH Website: http://www.wrth.com (and follow the links) the file is in PDF format and requires Acrobat 6 or greater to open it. The file contains updates to the International and Clandestine/Target broadcast schedules published in WRTH2013. We hope you find this a useful accompaniment to the printed book.
The World Radio TV Handbook (WRTH) summer (A11) schedules file is now available to download, free of charge, from the WRTH website. This is a comprehensive update and supplement to the printed 2011 WRTH.
This is what I love about WRTH–though they are a printed publication, they keep their readers informed with the latest changes in schedules via downloads from their website. To me, this is the best of both worlds.