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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Australian DX Report audio news magazine episode 211 now available

Episode no. 211 of the Australian DX Report audio news magazine about
shortwave broadcasting includes reports of field monitoring research during
the local Melbourne sunrise window in the 6 MHz and 7 MHz bands.

It also features news and information about shortwave broadcasting,
propagation, a solar activity report, monitoring notes, and extracts from
schedules of the A10 season.

It's free, of 15 mins duration, produced by Bob Padula of the Electronic DX
Press Radio Monitoring Association based in Melbourne, Australia, and may be
accessed from the Australian Internet Radio Service website, at

You may download/listen to/save the episodes as MP3 files on your
laptop/desktop/iPad, set up a Podcast, or receive/save them on your Mobile
Phone or other portable internet-enabled digital device.

You may also subscribe via the site's RSS/Atom feed - full details are at
the site.

Links to the episodes are also available on my Facebook service within a few
minutes of their release.

The shows are very popular - in the four weeks to July 7, 2010, there have
been 1939 downloads by subscribers, 1027 site visitors, and 238 episode
hits. All-time Channel views have now exceeded 30,000, and now total 30,815!

The episodes are also available on-air, over WWCR Nashville, 0200-0215 on
Sundays, on 4840, and on Mondays 1145-1200 on 15825, and via WWCR's
streaming audio (live) at

Good listening to the Australian DX Report Episode No. 211, and enjoy the
musical interludes!

1 comment:

  1. Very interesting for a bod attempting to re-ignite his interest in SW and radio in general after a too long break [of say 50 plus years] Amazing things have changed a bit. Truly.
    Humour aside, thank you. I think I can learn a lot,and enjoy it.
    Frank O'Shannassy
    Perth. W.A.