Special Test Broadcast of FTIOM on Spaceline

On Sunday, February 26 at 1500-1600 UTC, Spaceline will be doing a test transmission on 9400 KHz  from Kostinbrod, Bulgaria using an episode of From the Isle of Music,   a program dedicated to the music of Cuba which is heard weekly on WBCQ and Channel 292.    This transmission will be aimed primarily at Russia and Ukraine but may be audible in other areas.    (From the Isle of Music will continue on WBCQ and Channel 292 for their target areas regardless of the results of this and a subsequent test. )
If you monitor this broadcast, reception reports can be sent to
1.  Spaceline at   [email protected]
2.  From the Isle of Music at  [email protected]

From the Isle of Music in particular would be grateful for any reception reports from the test, especially from the Balkans, Ukraine, Russia, Turkey etc,  and will respond with an eQSL.

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About Bill Tilford

Bill has been a shortwave listener since the 1960s, a program host and producer for the past several years, and he currently produces and hosts From the Isle of Music, Uncle Bill's Melting Pot and WBCQ Concert Hall in addition to curating the Radio Angela block of entertainment programs on that station and periodic collaborative specials with other stations. He also writes about Cuban music including on the website TIMBA.com and is active in the music industry as a producer and liner notes writer.

3 thoughts on “Special Test Broadcast of FTIOM on Spaceline

  1. Igor

    Thank you for the program! I am listener from Russia and I was enjoyed music you played. I hope this transmission will be regular.

  2. Richard Langley

    Very good signal for the whole program on 9400 kHz starting at 15:00 UTC using U. Twente receiver despite getting it, apparently, off the back of the beam. Recorded.


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