Chelmsford Calling World Service now via WRMI

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We are happy to announce that our first programme will be relayed by WRMI – Radio Miami International on the 2nd Friday of the month – 14th November – at 2300 UTC on 9955 kHz.

We are pleased to be associated with WRMI especially at this exciting period when the importance, enjoyment & potential of short wave broadcasting is recognised & revived.

ABOUT CCWS :

The ‘Chelmsford Calling World Service’ is a light entertainment programme produced by Jim Salmon – ‘Sunny Jim’ from the Chelmsford Calling Network – set up with the aim of promoting radio technology past, present & future. Our programme is to be broadcast monthly via various short wave relay stations around the world & is also available to listen to online. Our aim is to re-create the fun & friendship of a regular short wave programme.
We welcome listener feedback & suggestions. To get in touch, e-mail to – chelmcalling@gmail.com – or contact us via Facebook or Twitter.

SWLing Post readers: I believe Jeff White at WRMI is doing an fantastic job putting a little fun back into shortwave radio (indeed, giving the medium a shot of adrenaline!).  If you agree, drop him a line and let him know: radiomiami9@cs.com

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1 thought on “Chelmsford Calling World Service now via WRMI

  1. Andre Bagley

    I only have positive things to say about Jeff White, his innovative management of WRMI has made shortwave listening in the United States a lot more interesting. His involvement with Global24, and the decision to relay Radio Ukraine International on 11580 kHz at 2330 instantly makes me respect him.

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