VORW Radio International now broadcasting weekly over shortwave

Many thanks to SWLing Post reader, John, who hosts TheReportOfTheWeek channel on YouTube and writes:

My radio program “VORW Radio International” is now regularly back on shortwave, heard weekly to Europe and North America.

VORW stands for “Voice Of theReportoftheWeek” – TheReportOfTheWeek is my YouTube Channel which mainly features reviews of various items, as well as talk programs. This is the radio service thereof.

The program features a mixture of talk and music, and is a request-driven show, so the music has a great deal of variety to it. You can expect music from any time and genre to get played!

The broadcast schedule is as follows:

Thursday 2000 UTC – 2100 UTC – 6070 kHz To Europe
Friday 0100 UTC – 0200 UTC – 7490 kHz To North America

If you do listen, please send feedback and reception reports to “vorwinfo@gmail.com“.

Very cool, John! Happy to hear you have a regular schedule to Europe and North America. We’ll be listening!

3 thoughts on “VORW Radio International now broadcasting weekly over shortwave

  1. Ross Hochstrasser

    Signal is loud and clear on 9395 20 miles south of Boston Massachusetts. I am listening on 2 radios right now, a U.S. Navy WWII RBC/4 made by RCA and a General Dynamics R-1051(for frequency confirmation)
    I like the programming!! Keep up the good work! Ross W1EKG 73’s

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  2. Don Hetherington

    Hi there I was listening to your program this evening and it was the first time i have heard it. The signal was good and steady. There was a bit of static but not bad. this was at 2036 utc and at freq. 11580 khz. I believe the relay station is WRMI. I would so enjoy a QSL card from you as it is a first encounter with your station. I really like the diversity of music you play and i hope to keep receiving your broadcasts. I am located approximately 8 kilometres from Fredericton which is in the province of New Brunswick on Canada’s east coast. My equipment is a Grundig s350 and a Radio Shack dx300 with a 45 foot long wire running not/south and another 45 foot long wire running east/west. Keep up the good work and cheers for now.

    73s Don Hetherington

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  3. Alex Farrugia

    i am listening to VORW radio on 9400kHz with a good signal with a little fading (1650GMT). I was receiving the signal outside on the terrace using my good old sony 2001d (2010) with its whip antenna when you were transmitting a song of the group queen (forgot which one it was). I wonder why the station is not listed on https://www.shortwaveschedule.com/?now=true. I am now following the transmission on a kenwood ts 570D transceiver connected to an inverted v antenna.
    73’s Alex 9H5AS location Malta

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