Dear Listeners and Friends of IRRS-Shortwave, It's the time of the year when we are usually summing up our activities, and deciding whether and how to follow up in the next. At the end of the year we will be having our annual board meeting, but I can anticipate that we will continue broadcasting on Shortwave, focusing even more to far away countries, besides our usual targets in Europe, North Africa and Middle East. Just before Christmas I would like to inform you of a new, exceptional news program that will be broadcasted effective Dec. 22, 2012 weekly each Saturday at 20:45 CET (19:45 UTC) on 7290 kHz and 1368 kHz Medium Wave. The program is a 15 minute program in French and English specifically created for Shortwave about issues related to Europe and interesting to our European audience. I will not reveal the name just now, just listen and send your reception report directly to the address that you hear on the air. They also QSL directly. Lastly if you have not sent a reception report for our newly started Medium Wave broadcasts, we will sending out a special QSL card for reception reports received ONLY for broadcasts in the following time slots, as heard ONLY until Dec. 31, 2012: - 20:00-21:00 UTC (21:00-22:00 CET) on 7290 kHz and 1368 kHz MW - 06:00-07:00 UTC (07:00-08:00 CET) on 1368 kHz MW Please do write us, tell us about our content, what you like and you do not like, besides technical quality, and send your email or letter to: - email: firstname.lastname@example.org - or: - by snail mail to: IRRS, PO Box 10980, I-20110 Milano, Italy All letters and comments are greatly appreciated, and help demonstrating to our broadcasters that Shortwave is still viable, and really help us to stay on the air. During the Christmas and New Year break will be working on a new system to send QSL cards almost in real time. All those who sent a reception report recently will be notified by email on how to receive our new QSL card.
divendres, 21 de desembre de 2012
Nou programa via IRRS
Aquesta és la informació rebuda de Ron Norton, responsable d'IRRS, sobre un nou programa: