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    • International broadcasting

    • International broadcasting is broadcasting that is deliberately aimed at a foreign, rather than a domestic, audience. It usually is broadcast by means of longwave, mediumwave, or (more usually) shortwave radio, but in recent years has also used direct satellite broadcasting and the internet as means of reaching audienc ... Read »


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    • Joe Adamov

    • Joe Adamov, Name in Russian: Иосиф Адамов (Yosif Adamov) (7 January 1920 - 18 December 2005) was a journalist and presenter on Radio Moscow and its successor the Voice of Russia for over sixty years. Of Armenian descent, he was born in Batumi, Georgia . During most of his career he was ... Read »


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    • Association for International Broadcasting

    • The Association for International Broadcasting - AIB - is the not-for-profit, non-governmental trade association that represents and supports international television and radio broadcasters and online broadcasters. Founded in 1993, the AIB has developed into a truly global organisation whose membership extends from Ne ... Read »


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    • British DX Club

    • The British DX Club (abbreviated form "BDXC") is an association of radio hobbyists, based in the United Kingdom. It caters mainly for, though not exclusively, DXers and Short Wave listeners. It was founded in 1974 and was originally known as the "Twickenham DX Club" (after the Middlesex, UK, town where it was originall ... Read »


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    • Willis Conover

    • Willis Conover

      Willis Clark Conover, Jr. (December 18, 1920 – May 17, 1996) was a jazz producer and broadcaster on the Voice of America for over forty years. He produced jazz concerts at the White House, the Newport Jazz Festival, and for movies and television. By arranging concerts where people of all races were welcome, he is ... Read »


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    • Digital Radio Mondiale

    • Digital Radio Mondiale (abbreviated DRM; mondiale being Italian and French for "worldwide") is a set of digital audio broadcasting technologies designed to work over the bands currently used for analogue radio broadcasting including AM broadcasting, particularly shortwave, and FM broadcasting. DRM is more spectrally ef ... Read »


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    • Duga radar

    • Duga (Russian: Дуга) was a Soviet over-the-horizon (OTH) radar system used as part of the Soviet ABM early-warning network. The system operated from July 1976 to December 1989. Two operational Duga radars were deployed, one near Chernobyl and Chernihiv in what was then called the Ukrainian SSR (present-day ... Read »


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    • DXing

    • DXing is the hobby of receiving and identifying distant radio or television signals, or making two way radio contact with distant stations in amateur radio, citizens' band radio or other two way radio communications. Many DXers also attempt to obtain written verifications of reception or contact, sometimes referred to ... Read »


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    • Eastern Bloc media and propaganda

    • Eastern Bloc media and propaganda was controlled directly by each country's Communist party, which controlled the state media, censorship and propaganda organs. State and party ownership of print, television and radio media served as an important manner in which to control information and society in light of Eastern Bl ... Read »


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    • English-language radio

    • English-language radio refers to radio stations that broadcast primarily in the English language and are located in countries where English is not an official language or majority language. Often referred to as "English-speaking radio" or "Expat radio" the broadcasts enables expats, vacationers and travelers to listen ... Read »


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    • European Broadcasting Area

    • The European Broadcasting Area (EBA) is defined by the International Telecommunication Union as such: The EBA includes territory outside Europe, and excludes some territory that is part of the European continent. For example, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia were defined as outside the EBA borders until 2007. After EBA ... Read »


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    • The Filipino Channel

    • The Filipino Channel

      The Filipino Channel (officially abbreviated as TFC) is a global subscription television channel based in Redwood City, California with major offices in Australia, Canada, Europe (Hungary and Netherlands), Japan, Middle East, and Manila. It is owned and operated by the Philippine media conglomerate ABS-CBN. TFC is avai ... Read »


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    • The Flattery Show

    • The Flattery Show was the first English-language radio chat show aired in the south west of France and a flagship Sunday evening programme broadcast on Radio Coteaux in the Gascony region. The show was presented by Irish radio presenter John Slattery with American co-host Patricia McKinnes. It ran for twenty-one weeks ... Read »


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    • Gascony Show

    • The Gascony Show

      The Gascony Show is an English-language radio chat show aired in the southwest of France and a flagship Sunday evening programme broadcast on Radio Coteaux in the Gascony region. The show is presented by Irishman John Slattery. John Slattery takes over the airwaves at 5pm and finishes at 7pm with a handover to Pat ... Read »


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    • GMA Life TV

    • GMA Life TV

      GMA Life TV, is a Filipino Channel incorporated in February 2008 by GMA Network, is an international Filipino television channel, and the company's secondary international channel to GMA Pinoy TV. This secondary channel carries programming from GMA News TV in the Philippines and some GMA Network proper's programmi ... Read »


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    • GMA News TV

    • GMA News TV

      GMA News TV (stylized in uppercase as GMA NEWS TV and informally abbreviated GNTV, or simply News TV) is a commercial broadcast cable and satellite television network in the Philippines. Owned and operated by GMA Network Inc. and ZOE Broadcasting Network Inc. (ZOE TV) of Jesus Is Lord Church leader Eddie Villanueva. GN ... Read »


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    • GMA Pinoy TV

    • GMA Pinoy TV

      GMA Pinoy TV, is a Filipino television channel incorporated in February 2004 by GMA Network and its subsidiaries, GMA International and GMA Worldwide Inc. It was launched in 2005, primarily in Japan and the USA, as a 24-hour international Filipino television station. The channel is targeted towards overseas Filipinos a ... Read »


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    • Greenwich Time Signal

    • The Greenwich Time Signal (GTS), popularly known as the pips, is a series of six short tones broadcast at one-second intervals by many BBC Radio stations. The pips were introduced in 1924 and have been generated by the BBC since 1990 to mark the precise start of each hour. Their utility in calibration is diminishing as ... Read »


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    • Glenn Hauser

    • Glenn Hauser (born April 12, 1945 in Berkeley, California) is an internationally known American DXer and radio host from Enid, Oklahoma. He produces and presents a weekly 30-minute program, World Of Radio, heard on a number of non-commercial AM and FM stations throughout the U.S. and worldwide on shortwave. Hauser beg ... Read »


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    • International Broadcasting Act

    • International Broadcasting Act

      Signed in law in 1994 by U.S. President Bill Clinton, this act was meant to streamline the U.S. international broadcasting and provide a cost-effective way to continue Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty, Voice of America, and Radio Marti. It placed control of the international broadcasting under the United States Informa ... Read »


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    • International Broadcasting Convention

    • The International Broadcasting Convention, more commonly known by its acronym IBC, is an annual trade show for broadcasters, content creators/providers, equipment manufacturers, professional and technical associations, and other participants in the broadcasting industry. IBC is Europe's largest professional broadcast s ... Read »


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    • Interval signal

    • An interval signal, or tuning signal, is a characteristic sound or musical phrase used in international broadcasting and by some domestic broadcasters, played before commencement or during breaks in transmission, but most commonly between programmes in different languages. It serves several purposes: The practice bega ... Read »


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    • Media Network

    • Media Network was the name of a weekly radio programme broadcast on Radio Netherlands Worldwide from 7 May 1981 until 26 October 2000. When the programme began the station was known as Radio Nederland, but was renamed Radio Netherlands shortly thereafter. The programme concentrated on communications topics with particu ... Read »


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    • Millennium Live

    • Millennium Live: Humanity's Broadcast is a cancelled international television special, which was an unsuccessful attempt to broadcast an international celebration of the beginning of the Year 2000, or the so-called Millennium. Reports claimed that the show was to have involved broadcasters in up to 130 nations. Millenn ... Read »


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    • NORMOB

    • NORMOB (Nordic Broadcasters Mobile Alliance) is an alliance between the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK), Danish Radio (DR), Swedish TV (SVT), Swedish Radio (SR), the Swedish Educational Broadcasting Company (UR) and Finnish Broadcasting Corporation (YLE). NORMOB was established in 2005 in order to promote coop ... Read »


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    • Olympic Broadcasting Services

    • Olympic Broadcasting Services

      Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) is an agency of the International Olympic Committee, established in 2001 to be responsible for providing the images of the Olympic Games to the rights-holding broadcasters, maintaining the standards of Olympic broadcasting between one edition and the next one. Its first operation wa ... Read »


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    • Our World (TV special)

    • Our World was the first live, international, satellite television production, which was broadcast on 25 June 1967. Creative artists, including The Beatles, opera singer Maria Callas, and painter Pablo Picasso—representing nineteen nations—were invited to perform or appear in separate segments featuring their ... Read »


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    • Pangea Day

    • Pangea Day was an international multimedia event conducted on May 10, 2008. Cairo, Kigali, London, Los Angeles, Mumbai and Rio de Janeiro were linked to produce a 4-hour program of films, music and speakers. The program was broadcast live across the globe from 1800 to 2200 UTC, culminating in a global drum circle, symb ... Read »


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    • Reception report

    • A reception report is a means by which radio stations (usually short- and medium-wave broadcasters) receive detailed feedback from their listeners about the quality and content of their broadcasts. A reception report consists of several pieces of information which help the station verify that the report confirms covera ... Read »


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    • John Robles

    • John Anthony Robles II (born 10 April 1966) is a journalist and presenter on the Voice of Russia the Russian government's international radio broadcasting service. He is the presenter of the English Language program Moscow Mailbag which answers questions from listeners all over the world on all aspects of the USSR and ... Read »


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    • Satellite radio

    • Satellite radio is – according to article 1.39 of the International Telecommunication Union´s (ITU) ITU Radio Regulations (RR) – a Broadcasting-satellite service. The satellite's signals are broadcast nationwide, across a much wider geographical area than terrestrial radio stations, and the service is pri ... Read »


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    • Satellite television

    • Satellite television is a service that delivers television programming to customers (usually paying subscribers) by relaying it from a communications satellite orbiting the Earth directly to the customer's location. The signals are received via an outdoor parabolic antenna usually referred to as a satellite dish and a ... Read »


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    • Shortwave listening

    • Shortwave listening, or SWLing, is the hobby of listening to shortwave radio broadcasts located on frequencies between 1700 kHz and 30 MHz. Listeners range from casual users seeking international news and entertainment programming, to hobbyists immersed in the technical aspects of radio reception and collecting officia ... Read »


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    • Shortwave radio

    • Shortwave radio is radio transmission using shortwave frequencies, generally 1.6–30 MHz (187.4–10.0 m), just above the medium wave AM broadcast band. Radio waves in this band can be reflected or refracted from a layer of electrically charged atoms in the atmosphere called the ionosphere. Therefore, sho ... Read »


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    • Shortwave relay station

    • Shortwave relay stations are transmitter sites used by international broadcasters to extend their coverage to areas that cannot be reached easily from their home state, for example the BBC operates an extensive net of relay stations. These days the programs are fed to the relay sites by satellite, cable/optical fiber ... Read »


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    • SINPO code

    • SINPO, acronym for signal, interference, noise, propagation, and overall, is a Signal Reporting Codes used to describe the quality of radio transmissions, especially in reception reports written by shortwave listeners. Each letter of the code stands for a specific factor of the signal, and each item is graded on a 1 to ... Read »


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    • Arne Skoog

    • Arne Skoog was born in 1913 in the northern Swedish province of Jämtland. He died on 7 June, 1999 aged 86. In 1948, Arne, then a young engineer at Radio Sweden, founded Sweden Calling DXers as a way of keeping listeners in touch with news in the world of international radio. Shortwave came into its own during the S ... Read »


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    • Stand Up to Cancer

    • Stand Up To Cancer (S↑2C or SU2C) is a charitable program of the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF). SU2C aims to raise significant funds for translational cancer research through online and televised efforts. Central to the program is a telethon that was televised by three major broadcast networks (ABC, NBC, ... Read »


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    • Tsunami Aid

    • Tsunami Aid: A Concert of Hope was a worldwide benefit held for the tsunami victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake. It was broadcast on NBC and its affiliated networks of USA Network, Bravo, PAX, MSNBC, CNBC, Sci-Fi, Trio, Telemundo and other NBC Universal stations and was heard on any Clear Channel radio station. ... Read »


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    • Voice of America Bethany Relay Station

    • Voice of America Bethany Relay Station

      The Voice of America's Bethany Relay Station was located in Butler County, Ohio's Union Township about 25 miles (40 km) north of Cincinnati, adjacent to the transmitter site of WLW. Starting in 1944 during World War II it transmitted American radio programming abroad on shortwave frequencies, using 200,000-watt tran ... Read »


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    • Stephen Williams (Radio Luxembourg)

    • Stephen Williams (31 March 1908 - 23 November 1994) was a British radio announcer, presenter and producer, and a pioneer of commercial radio for the UK. Born in London and educated at Trinity College, Cambridge, as a young boy he was already, in his words, a "wireless fanatic": he said, "I was able to listen proudly t ... Read »


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    • George Wood (Radio Sweden)

    • George MacClaren Wood III is an American journalist who has worked at Radio Sweden since 1975, He was born in Berkeley, California on August 10, 1949, and grew up in Piedmont, California. He has degrees from the University of California, Santa Barbara and the University of California, Berkeley, and participated in the ... Read »


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    • World Administrative Radio Conference

    • The World Administrative Radio Conference (WARC) was a technical conference of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) where delegates from member nations of the ITU met to revise or amend the entire international Radio Regulations pertaining to all telecommunication services throughout the world. The conferenc ... Read »


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    • World Radio TV Handbook

    • The World Radio TV Handbook, also known as WRTH, is a directory of virtually every radio and TV station on Earth, published yearly. It was started in 1947 by Oluf Lund Johansen (1891–1975) as the World Radio Handbook (WRH). The word "TV" was added to the title in 1965, when Jens M. Frost (1919–1999) took over ... Read »


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