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JAPAN PREMIUM welcome your contributions.

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You can read "JAPAN PREMIUM Archive" at
http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~VZ6G-IWT/jp.html

JP No,001(Apr,30 1998) - No,557(Dec,26 2008) was ziped.

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All time in UTC

===== ASIA =====

BURMA / MYANMAR
A reminder that if you can hear their stations on 5985.83
and 5770, it is not too difficult to ID them. Their BoH (which
is the ToH for their local time) formats are very distinctive.
If you hear the following, you can be sure it's them.
< http://www.mediafire.com/?whlg6sa4s4c1qhw > contains
audio clip made Jan 27 at 1330, on 5985.83, of Myanma
Radio. Fairly clear example of the indigenous instrumental
music and chimes. Above average reception.
< http://www.mediafire.com/?oe2j5wj76tl2zow > contains
a recent audio clip of a typical 5770 BoH format; indigenous
instrumental music and military march band music. This is
due of course to this being the Myanmar Defense Forces Br.
Station located at Taunggyi, the capital of the Shan State
[Howard]
5985.87 R.Myanmar Jan 19 1340-1352 33433 Burmese,
Talk and music, ID at 1341, 
[Ko.Hashimoto]

CHINA    
3950, China, PBS Xinjiang, Urumqui. January, 22-23 2358-0007 male and female in Chinese talks, time pips, short instrumental music. 35333,
[LOB]
CPBS  9745  0027 GMT  Chinese  333  Jan 24  YL and OM with ongoing comments.    
[MacKenzie]

INDONESIA
4749.94, RRI-Makassar, 1449-1559*,
Jan 24. Reactivated again; in Bahasa Indonesia; EZL
pop songs; 1500-1515: SCI and relay of the Jakarta
news; back to pop songs; Love Ambon and sign off
announcement from 1556-1559* (off just before the
CNR1 pips); QRM from Bangladesh Betar till their
1500*; light QRM from CNR1; fair to poor;
< http://www.rrimakassar.com/rri-makassar >
[Howard]

JAPAN
3945, Japan, R. Nikkei 2, Chiba-Nagara. January, 23 0837-0845 soft music in Japanese selections. Vanuatu was underneath, 32333
[LOB]

MALAYSIA
9835, Sarawak FM via RTM, via Kajang, near Kuala
Lumpur; 1600-1625, Jan 23. Choral National Anthem (Negaraku –
Lagu Kebangsaan Malaysia); in vernacular; pop songs; mostly fair
or better; much stronger than // 11665; before 1600 was // 5030,
which went off at 1600.
[Howard]
11665, Sarawak FM via RTM, via Kajang, near Kuala Lumpur;
1600-1625, Jan 23. Carrying the Wai FM relay till 1600; choral
National Anthem (Negaraku – Lagu Kebangsaan Malaysia); in
vernacular; pop songs; weaker than // 9835 and had CNR1
echo jamming QRM; assume Wai FM on 7270 went off at
1600, but not confirmed.
[Howard]

SRI LANKA
15745 SLBC Jan 19 0127-0137 35333 English,
Repetition of IS and the National athem, ID, Opening announce, Music,
[Ko.Hashimoto]
15745 SLBC Jan 26 *0126-0140 25322 English,
Repetition of IS and the National athem, ID, Opening announce, Music,
[Ko.Hashimoto]

TAJIKISTAN
6205 R.Free Sarawak via Tajikistan Jan 14 1223-1236 43443 Iban,
Talk and music, ID at 1234, 
[Ko.Hashimoto]
6205 R.Free Sarawak via Tajikistan Jan 18 *1200-1207 43443 Iban,
1200 sign on with opening announce, ID, Talk, 
[Ko.Hashimoto]

=== MIDDLE EAST ===

ISRAEL
11595 Kol Israel Jan 23 1458-1508 35433-25332 Farsi,
IS, ID, Opening music, Opening announce, News,
[Ko.Hashimoto]

PAKISTAN
17830 R.Pakistan Jan 26 0540-0556 35433 Urdu,
Pakistan music and talk, ID at 0546, //15100kHz,
[Ko.Hashimoto]

UAE
15700 R.Damal via Dhabbaya Jan 26 0523-0535 35333 Somali,
Somali pops music, ID at 0525 and 0527, 
[Ko.Hashimoto]
15750 R.Bar-Kulan via Dhabbaya Jan 26 0523-0535 35333 Somali,
Talk, SJ at 0535, 
[Ko.Hashimoto]

===== AFRICA =====

TANZANIA / ZANZIBAR
6015, RTZ (presumed), *0300, Jan 27. They did not start early enough
to have time for their IS; 0301-0309; non-stop reciting from the Quran;
0309-0328 monologue; very brief Quran chant; 0330 possibly news;
0340 sounded like an ad; 0341-0358 sports interview followed by
coverage of a sporting event (mildly excited announcer with sound
of the fans in the background); 0359 drums; ToH sounded like news;
overall poor, but around 0330 was fairly clear; some QRM from UNID
station.
[Howard]

TCHAD
6165, Tchad, R.N'Djamena, Ndjamena. January, 23 0539-0549 male and female in French talks "campagne electorale..le Tchad". 33433, 
[LOB]

ZAMBIA
5915, ZNBC/Radio 1, 0245-0250, Jan 27. African Fish Eagle IS;
mixing with assume CRI; after the distinctive IS was completely
unusable.
[Howard]
5915 Zambia Nat.B.C. Jan 24 1559-1612 22332 Vernacular,
Fish Eagle IS, Talk and local music, 
[Ko.Hashimoto]
5915 Zambia Nat.B.C. Jan 25 1558-1610 32332 Vernacular,
Fish Eagle IS, Drums, Afro pops music and talk,
[Ko.Hashimoto]
6165, ZNBC/Radio 2, at 0249, Jan 27 was finally able to confirm
the distinctive African Fish Eagle IS; difficult due to strong QRM;
// 5915. After RN (via Bonaire) signed off (0427*) found them in the
clear (no hint of any Chad) with non-stop African Hi-Life music; IDs:
"Radio 2"; in English with local time checks (UT +2); 0500 news;
almost fair. Pleasant to find them with no QRM and a nice music
program.
[Howard]

===== EUROPE =====

=== NORTH AMERICA ===

=== CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA ===

CUBA
5025 R.Rebelde Jan 24 1225-1240 34433 Spanish,
Talk, ID at 1225 and 1235,
[Ko.Hashimoto]
5025 R.Rebelde Jan 25 1258-1308 35232 Spanish,
Talk, ID at 1300, 
[Ko.Hashimoto]

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Y ante tanto anuncio del cierre de las emisiones internacionales, todavia presentes algunas emisiones domesticas.

Bandscan realizado entre las 0000-0100 UTC del Sabado (Utc) Enero 22 del 2011, equipo Sony ICF 2010 antena dipolo de 10 metros, Fomeque, Cundinamarca, Colombia.

3279.9    LV DEL NAPO
3310.0 RADIO MOSOJ CHASKI
3329.7    ONDAS DEL HUALLAGA.
3810.0    HD210A
4052.5    RADIO VERDAD
4409.8    RADIO ECO
4451.3    RADIO SANTA ANA
4700.0    RADIO SAN MIGUEL
4716.7    RADIO YURA
4747.0    RADIO HUANTA 2000
4775.0    RADIO TARMA
4790.0    RADIO VISION (fuerte señal, modulacion pobre)
4796.1    RADIO LIPEZ
4815.0    RADIO EL BUEN PASTOR
4824.4    LVS DIGITAL
4940.0    RADIO SAN ANTONIO
4950.1    RADIO MADRE DE DIOS
4955.0    RADIO CULTURAL AMAUTA
4974.7    PACIFICO RADIO
4986.4    RADIO MANANTIAL
5025.0    RADIO QUILLABAMBA (Mix con Radio Rebelde, mejor en LSB)
5120.6    ONDAS DEL SURORIENTE
5460.4    RADIO BOLIVAR
5910.0    RADIO ALCARAVAN
5921.3    BETHEL RADIO
5952.4    RADIO PIO XII (heterodino con ELCOR)
5954.3    ELCOR - RADIO REPUBLICA
6010.0    LA VOZ DE TU CONCIENCIA
6019.3    RADIO VICTORIA
6035.1    RCN LA VOZ DEL GUAVIARE
6050.0    HCJB
6060.1    RAE (Mix con Radio Habana)
6134.8    RADIO SANTA CRUZ
6174.0    RADIO TAWANTISUYO

Asi que por ahora todavia hay algo que escuchar.

Buen DX

Rafael Rodriguez R.
Bogota
[Via Gaviria]

===== PACIFIC =====

AUSTRALIA
2368.5, R. Symban (presumed), 1421-1515,
Jan 23. Sports commentary, interviews and coverage of a
sports game; seemed to be in Greek; 1506-1515 series of
ads and announcements; on a day with good propagation,
was one of their better receptions; best just before my local
sunrise.
[Howard]

PALAU
13745 R.Hoa-Mai via Palau Jan 18 *1300-1308 25322 Vietnamese,
1300 sign on with IS, Opening music, ID, Opening announce, Talk,
[Ko.Hashimoto]

VANUATU
7260, R. Vanuatu, Port Vila. January, 23 0828-0837 Pop music, female in an uncertain language. // 3945, 22422 
[LOB]

=== Site Unknown ===

=== CLANDESTINE ===

5930 Suab Xaa Moo Zoo Jan 17 *2230-2240 44444 Hmong,
2230 sign on with opening music, Opening announce, Music, 
[Ko.Hashimoto]

9345 V of People> ZWE 1806 with phone in interview , OM to YL speaker 
1807 mentioning ZWE and continuing talks  S5 max 
[Liangas]

==== PIRATE ====

==== Un-ID ====

6060.95, 0241 + 0304, Jan 27. First time I have heard this; non-stop
reciting from the Qur'an; best in USB to get away from 6060.0 QRM;
poor to almost fair. Listened for a while and heard no announcements
[Howard]

==== LW / MW ====

===== QSL =====

===== ...and others =====

European SW-pirates testing to Japan this weekend - 29th & 30th Jan 2011

http://hkdx2.blogspot.com/

http://hkdx2.blogspot.com/2011/01/schedule-for-japan-test-weekend.html
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[Gupta]

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JANUARY 24, 2011 08:13    

Free North Korea Radio, a South Korea-based shortwave station targeting North Koreans, saw its annual financial support of 400,000 to 500,000 U.S. dollars from the U.S. government more than halved last year, a first since the station`s foundation in 2004, due to accounting errors. Mainly led by North Korean defectors, the station lets North Koreans know what is happening in both South Korea and the world by renting foreign shortwave frequencies with U.S. funds. The broadcaster also breaks news about the isolated communist country to South Koreans. If financial support decreases, such activities cannot continue.
The ultimate solution to problems on the Korean Peninsula is the democratization of North Korea. To free 24 million North Koreans suffering from terror and hunger under the hereditary dictatorship of Kim Jong Il and Kim Jong Un, South Koreans must help their brethren in the North know about world affairs and their situation. East Germans were allowed to watch West German TV programs before reunification, but North Koreans are prohibited from using all means of communications, such as TV, radio, the Internet and mobile phones, that allow them information on the outside world. Equally important is to inform the world of how North Koreans are suffering human right abuses and hunger. In this sense, the South Korean government must be ashamed that four South Korea-based broadcasters targeting the North, including Free North Korea Radio, are operating on foreign funds and frequencies.

Worse, left-leaning figures in South Korea turn a blind eye to the suffering of North Koreans when they visit the Stalinist country and serve as the North`s mouthpiece after returning home. Senior judge Kim Yong-dae has found guilty the Rev. Han Sang-ryol, adviser to the left-leaning People's Solidarity for Social Progress, and Han Chung-mok, co-chairman of the leftist civic group. The former was indicted for making an unauthorized trip to North Korea in June last year and the latter for organizing protests to remove a Gen. George MacArthur statue at Incheon Freedom Park. "Criticizing only South Korea while ignoring the suffering of North Koreans clearly threatens the very existence and safety of South Korea," Kim said in his ruling, adding, "The two Koreas confront each other militarily and the National Security Law in South Korea remains in effect. Given this, freedom of thought and expression should be allowed within certain limits."

Friday marked the 43rd anniversary of North Korea`s botched attempt in 1968 to assassinate then South Korean President Park Chung-hee. Kim Shin-jo, the lone North Korean commando arrested alive at the time, joined a trip to explore the assassination attempt organized by the South Korean Army and vividly told young South Korean troops of the situation at the time. He said, "North Korean leaders talk about reconciliation and peace in public, but behind the scenes, they continuously seek to communize South Korea," adding, "We shouldn`t believe North Korea's peace offensive." Pyongyang`s nuclear weapons development, sinking of the South Korean naval vessel Cheonan, and shelling of Yeonpyeong Island bear out Kim Shin-jo's comments.

Source:Anti-NK station and Nat`l Security Law http://bit.ly/ihg1LD
[Gaviria]

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ROGER TIDY`S BOOK

I'm reading a book by Roger Tidy and on the cover notes it says that 
"during the 1980s he published a weekly newsletter for radio 
enthusiasts charting the the latest developments in the ongoing 
struggle between Western Eastern and non-aligned idealogies". Does 
anyone know what this publication was? Pls reply off the list. Thanks
(Steve Whitt, MWC via DXLD)

HITLER`S RADIO WAR

Glenn, Thanks for your message. The book that Steve Whitt refers to is 
'Hitler's Radio War', which is not meant to be released until 31 
January! The book, which is published in London by Robert Hale Ltd., 
looks at the external service of the German radio during World War II, 
especially its overt and covert broadcasts to Britain. However, it 
also covers German wartime broadcasts to the USA, France, the Soviet 
Union, Greece, Yugoslavia and other countries, including a chapter on 
German radio propaganda to India. 

In addition, it looks at the numerous 'personalities' who broadcast to
Allied troops during the final phase of the war, including the two 
women known as Axis Sally and the equally notorious Mary of Arnhem. 
The book is based on archival research at such places as the Imperial 
War Museum, the UK National Archives and the BBC's Written Archives 
Centre at Caversham.

The newsletter that I published was 'Media Monitor', which started as 
a hobby publication reflecting my interest in international 
broadcasting and, to some extent, the pirate scene in the UK. As time 
went on, the articles I included became more political, reflecting my 
interest in world affairs. I remember, for example, writing some 
articles about jamming and the failure of Radio Moscow to come clean 
about the Chernobyl accident. 

I gave up publishing 'Media Monitor' after I suffered a serious 
assault which left me with multiple injuries and permanent blindness 
in one eye, and to be honest I also found the effort of producing a 
weekly publication far too taxing as I was involved in lots of other
things at the time, including running a small monitoring business, 
'Modern Media Monitoring'. 

This business, which was nothing to do with international 
broadcasting, was set up to monitor the output of UK national radio 
and TV stations, plus London local stations, and to provide 
transcripts or summaries of the contents to organisations that needed 
to know what the broadcast media were saying about them. The clients 
included numerous large companies, government departments, local 
councils and a large number of foreign embassies. 

The business, which started in the early 1980s was very successful. 
Unfortunately, though, I fell out with my business partners and 
dropped out, leaving them to sell it after I had left to the Broadcast 
Monitoring Company, which was owned by the Robert Maxwell Group. 

After that, I carried on monitoring in a small way for a small number 
of clients but soon grew tired of the business and, eventually,
took a completely new path which took me to university as a mature 
student, where I earned a BA in history and an MA in contemporary 
history and politics.

I will send you a 'review' copy of my book, which I hope you will find
interesting. Best wishes (Roger Tidy, England, Jan 24, DX LISTENING 
DIGEST)

Hitler's Radio War [Hardcover]

Roger Tidy (Author) 
Product details
Hardcover: 30 pages
Publisher: Robert Hale Ltd (31 Jan 2011)
Language English
ISBN-10: 0709091494
ISBN-13: 978-0709091493
Product Dimensions: 23.6 x 15.8 x 2.6 cm
Product Description
This book tells the story of Nazi international broadcasting during and before the Second World War. At its peak German radio stations broadcast in fifty-four languages to a worldwide audience. For the first time in an international conflict, citizens of the warring nations could hear enemy propaganda in their own living rooms. Many of the voices that they heard belonged to a new type of criminal, the radio traitor. The nickname Lord Haw-Haw is still famous internationally, but there were numerous other radio renegades speaking on behalf of the Nazis. The Nazis' propaganda was sinister enough, but they also ran a series of secret stations that spoke to enemy audiences in the name of 'patriotic' dissidents who claimed to be broadcasting from clandestine transmitters in their own countries. Using archival material, "Hitler's Radio War" dissects the message that Germany's overt and covert propaganda stations broadcast to their audiences, as well as the lives and motivations of the broadcasters.
About the Author
A history graduate from Birkbeck College, London, Roger Tidy has been interested in the use of international radio as an instrument of propaganda all his adult life. He has worked for many years in the broadcast-monitoring business and has contributed, as a freelance writer and reporter, to numerous publications and radio programmes in the UK and abroad. In the 1980s, during the Cold War, he published a weekly newsletter for radio enthusiasts, charting the latest developments in the ongoing struggle of the airwaves between Western, Eastern and 'non-aligned' ideologies.
Link: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hitlers-Radio-War-Roger-Tidy/dp/0709091494
[Gaviria]

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Many thanks! 
This week's Contributors are:

LOB - Lúcio Otávio Bobrowiec, Brazil.
Yimber Gaviria, Colombia.
Alokesh Gupta, India.
Kouji Hashimoto
Ron Howard, USA.
IWATA Gaku, Japan.
Anatoly Klepov, Russia.
Zacharias Liangas, Greece.
Stewart MacKenzie, USA.

Also thanks to

BC-DX / GERMANY.
CONEXION Digital / ARGENTINE. 
CLANDESTINE RADIO WATCH / GERMANY.
CUMBRE DX / U.S.A.
DX INDIA / INDIA.
Globe Radio DX Club / INDIA.
HCDX / FINLAND.
IDXA / INDIA.
JSWC / JAPAN.
NASWA / U.S.A.
radioascolto.org / ITALY.
RUS-DX / RUSSIA.
WAVESCAN / AWR
WWDXC / GERMANY.

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