CRI Japan alters QSL policy to improve response time

Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Roseanna, who shares the following note from her new blog regarding a change in CRI Japan’s QSL policy.

Roseanna notes:

You probably are unaware but CRI Japan has had a major change up in their QSL card policies. CRI Japan issue QSL cards for broadcasts in English which is why I’m mentioning this!

The new policies now state that a postal reception report will be answered by a postal QSL card and an email reception report will be answered by an e-QSL.[…]

Click here to check out Roseanna’s new blog The Girl With The Radio.

Thanks for the tip, Roseanna! I believe this makes sense. CRI seem to have a backlog of paper QSL cards to post so by restricting paper cards to those who submit listener reports by snail mail, it will cut down on the processing time. Those seeking a quick confirmation can simply submit their reception reports by email and thus receive an eQSL in short order.  Thanks again for the tip!

 

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1 thought on “CRI Japan alters QSL policy to improve response time

  1. Steve

    Is there a difference between CRI and CRI Japan? I don’t understand why CRI Japan would broadcasting in English???

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