Dear listeners and friends,
We hope that you were enjoying your Easter holidays and that the first signs of spring are already visible at your hometown. Well, we would like to support that by sending you some funky tunes through the magical world of shortwave-radio.
To sum it up: The sixth edition of NordAM will be broadcast next Saturday 14/04/2012
1400-1500 UTC on 6005 kHz
2000-2100 UTC on 3995 kHz
We use Radio 700's transmitters in Kall-Krekel, Germany (with 1000 Watts). Furthermore, we can be heard on Radio 700's online live streaming. Just go to <http://radio700.de/player/player_kw.php?p=1> and select the frequency we are currently broadcasting on. These streams and frequencies normally carry the broadcasts of Radio 700.
Once again, we will bring you some current (Indie) pop and rock music from all over the world and hope to bring you 60 minutes of entertainment and joy. Furthermore, we have a short listeners' mailbox-program and invite you to send us again your comments and reception reports.
Detailled and correct reports will be verified with our new QSL card (by regular mail or email).
Please send all your letters and reports to: nordam @ shortwaveservice.com
Or visit our Facebook site: http://www.facebook.com/pages/NordAM/231948116860158
We would like to thank all listeners for writing and sending reports regarding our previous transmission. Some of you may not have received our QSL yet, but your reception reports are not forgotten. We simply run out of QSL cards and have to design & print some new ones. But be sure that everyone who sends in a correct and detailled report will get his or her deserved QSL. ;-)
Of course we are also glad to hear from you what you think about our choice of music or if you have any advice for us regarding new bands etc.
We are excited to read where our little "student-radio-project" can be received. Feel free to forward these information to your DXing friends.
Let's meet in the 49 and 75 metre-band next Saturday!
All the best,
Torben & Daniel
P.S: More details about Radio 700: www.radio700.eu. Our transmission is made
possible thanks to www.shortwaveservice.com (see this page for technical details and schedule updates!).
(infor via Dr Tim Yahoo group)