Marconi Radio International on air on 4 November, on 7720 kHz USB Mode

Please be advised that Marconi Radio International (MRI) will be on the air today, Saturday, 4 November 2017, as follows: 14.15-16.30 UTC on 7720 kHz (USB mode).
Reception reports to this E-mail: marconiradiointernational (at) gmail.com
Last but not least, we need your help! If you are a DX blogger, or use social networks, please post an announcement on your own blog and/or Facebook or send out a tweet the day before the broadcast. You can also forward this message to a friend.
We hope to hear from a lot of shortwave listeners about our transmissions.
Best 73's
Marconi Radio International (MRI)

„DX-Special“ des Köln-Düsseldorfer Kurzwellen-Club (KDKC)

http://www.addx-verlag.de/

Zitat von der Webseite:

Der KDKC wurde im Februar 1976 aus der Taufe gehoben und publizierte gleich zu Anfang sein Blatt „DX-Special“. Diese Publikation ist eine einmalige Chronik einer spannenden Ära des freien Radios. Erinnerungen an Stationen wie Radio Valentine, Radio Caroline oder Radio Delmare werden beim Blättern durch die alten Hefte wieder lebendig. Bis Ende 1985 war der KDKC erste Adresse für regelmäßige und umfassende Information in deutscher Sprache über all das, was auf der Kurzwelle sozusagen das zusätzliche Salz in der Suppe war.

Roger Kirks „Free Radio Fanzine“

http://www.addx-verlag.de/

Zitat von der Webseite:

Roger Kirk, ein Name, der für deutsche Radiogeschichte steht. Geprägt von den einstigen Seesendern wurde er selbst zum Radiopionier. Roger startete am 17. September 1983 die Kurzwellenmusikstation Radio Victoria International (RV). Roger war mit RV gnadenlos der Zeit voraus: Bevor der Privatfunk in Deutschland startete, machte er mit seinem Team Free Radio via Radio Milano International, Radio Time und Radio Benelux. Radio Victoria hatte einen eigenen Hörerfanclub und dieser veröffentlichte das FANZINE. Eine wahre Fundgrube an Hintergrundinformationen rund um Radio Victoria, die damalige Free Radio- und Offshore-Szene. Es ist eine wahre Freude, die chronologisch zusammengetragenen Informationen rund um die Mediengeschichte(n) aus Ostbelgien, Südtirol und der Schweiz, bis hin zu den ersten privaten Tönen in der Bundesrepublik nachzulesen.

Marconi Radio International back on the air on 22 October 2017, on 7700 kHz

Please be advised that after many weeks of absence, MRI will be back on the air tomorrow, Sunday, 22 October 2017, as follows: 13.45-15.45 UTC on 7700 kHz (USB mode).

Reception reports with audio clips (mp3-file) are welcome. Our E-mail: marconiradiointernational (at) gmail.com

Last but not least, we need your help! If you are a DX blogger, or use social networks, please post an announcement on your own blog and/or Facebook or send out a tweet the day before the broadcast. You can also forward this message to a friend.

We hope to hear from a lot of shortwave listeners about our transmissions.

Best 73's
Marconi Radio International (MRI)

Marconi Radio International back on the air on 3 September 2017 on 11390 kHz (0730-1130 UTC)

Please be advised that after about two months of absence, MRI will be back on the air on, Sunday, 3 September 2017, with its original, very old and just refurbished transmitter as follows: 07.30-11.30 UTC on 11390 kHz AM with only 20 watts.

Reception reports with audio clips (mp3-file) are welcome and confirmed by QSL verification. Some lucky listeners will ALSO receive our printed QSL card, so don't forget to include your postal address. E-mail: marconiradiointernational (at) gmail.com

As usual, we need your help! If you are a DX blogger, or use social networks, please post an announcement on your own blog and/or Facebook or send out a tweet. You can also forward this message to a friend.

Last but not least: We kindly ask our listeners, who are still waiting for a QSL verification, to remain patient. All pending reception reports will be acknowledged by the end of September.

We hope to hear from a lot of shortwave listeners about our transmissions.

Best 73's

Marconi Radio International (MRI)

Irish Pirate Radio Museum

Ireland has a long and colourful pirate radio history dating back to the iconic events of 1916 and the world's first pirate radio broadcasts during the Easter Rising.

A meeting will take place upstairs at Branigan's pub just off O'Connell Street near the Pro Cathedral on June 7th 2017 beginning at 7pm. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss plans for a gallery exhibition or a permanent pirate radio museum, how the radio memorabilia should be collected, archived and curated and the most important question how it should be funded. For further information contact Eddie Bohan irishbroadcastinghalloffame /at/ gmail.com Tel: 085-144-2088 .

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