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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: TEXAS RADIO SHORTWAVE ANNOUNCES BROADCAST SCHEDULE FOR JUNE – DECEMBER 2020
GULF OF MEXICO, May 29, 2020 — Texas Radio Shortwave, an American free radio station, today announced its formal broadcast schedule for the rest of 2020. These broadcasts are aimed at European listeners and usually will feature music by Texas artists. The first three programs will highlight Buddy Holly, WillieNelson, and Roy Orbison.
Channel 292 in Germany will transmit the hour-long programs at 0900 UTC on 6070 kHz with a power of 10 kW. Broadcasts are scheduled on the third Saturday of each month. Those dates are June 20, July 18, August 15, September 19, October 17, November 21, and December 19. Channel 292 will broadcast a special program at 1900 UTC on December 25, 2020, on the same frequency.
Texas Radio Shortwave will schedule programs on other dates, times, and stations to reach listeners in North America and Europe.
Texas Radio Shortwave verifies 100 percent of all correct, detailed reception reports. The station often issues special, limited-edition eQSLs for its programs.
Reception reports must include times, song titles, the text of announcements, a SINPO/SIO signal rating, information on receiver and antenna, and comments on the program content. Listeners using remote software-defined receivers (SDRs) should mention that. Texas Radio Shortwave would like to receive audio clips of the broadcasts along with the detailed reports. Reports should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Texas Radio Shortwave is located on a ship anchored in the Gulf of Mexico off the South Texas coast. Its programs are broadcast in North America and Europe.