Atlantic 2000 International will be on air on 6070 kHz via Rohrbach,Germany, Saturday 10 of August 0800-0900 and and Sudany 11 of August
We will be on the air on August 10th and 11th :
Radio Andorra was a legendary radio station, transmitting on mediumwave and shortwave from 1939 to 1981, from the Principality of Andorra, a small country between France and Spain.
The station was officially launch the 7th of August 1939.
To celebrate the 80 years of this launch, Atlantic 2000 will transmit a special tribute programme on Saturday, August 10th, from 08:00 to 09:00 UTC on 6070 kHz and online.
From 09:00 to 11:00 UTC, online only, we will repeat the tribute to Radio Andorra that we transmitted in 2009, for the 70th anniversary of Radio
Atlantic 2000 will be on the air again on Sunday 11th of August from 19:00 to 20:00 UTC with music and dedications, on 6070 kHz and online.
Visit our website: http://radioatlantic2000.free.fr
Listen to our Podcasts and follow us: https://www.mixcloud.com/atlantic2000
Radio Caroline [648 kHz] has asked for a change in its licence. According to its key commitments the station had promised 144 h of original programming each week. This number was over-optimistic. The management now requested a reduction to 120 h.
“Every weekday, we provide original output for 17 hours from 07:00 until 23:59. On Saturdays and Sundays this is currently increased to 22 hours and 19 hours respectively giving an overall weekly total of 126 hours. Any non-original output is broadcast after midnight when listener numbers are minimised. This has been the position, more or less, for the past 12 months as we have been unable to source volunteers willing to provide live or recorded programming during these hours. Consequently, we seek to reduce this commitment to an attainable 120 hours per week which will also provide with us a ‘safety’ margin to cover situations where presenters are unable to make programmes owing to sickness and/or work commitments or for periods where a presenter leaves the Station and a replacement has to be found.”
Decision by Ofcom:
“The request represents approximately a 15% reduction in hours of original output which, in our view, would not substantially impact the character of service. Furthermore, the station has noted that for the 12 months prior to the request they have in fact been producing this reduced amount of original output, so there will be no obvious changes to the service from the perspective of listeners. We have also taken into account the challenges facing the station with regard to sourcing volunteers.”
Please note that at https://www..ofcom.org.uk/manage-your-licence/radio-broadcast-licensing/monthly-updates there is still no link to https://www.ofcom.org.uk/manage-your-licence/radio-broadcast-licensing/monthly-updates/radio-broadcast-update-may-2019.
Dr Hansjoerg Biener (16/6-2019)
Serbian Mediumwave pirates on Facebook:
An diesem Samstag hat Europas freie Radioszene wieder ihren Treffpunkt: Die Veranstaltung findet von 12.00 Uhr bis 20.00 Uhr im Observatorium der Sternwarte Neanderhöhe SNH in 40699 Erkrath statt.
Die Agenda : „Kommt die Mittelwelle zurück?“ , Information zur Lage in den Niederlanden durch Bart Serlie.
Veranstaltungsort: vom Düsseldorfer Hauptbahnhof aus fährt man mit der S -Bahn Linie S 8 in Richtung Hagen Wuppertal bis Haltepunkt Hochdahl-Millrath, geht dann in Fahrtrichtung an der Landstraße bis zum Hausmannsweg. An diesem liegt nach ein paar hundert Metern das Observatorium am Sternwartenweg.
Die Anfahrt mit dem Auto ab der Autobahn Abfahrt Haan-West der A 46 ist im Ort Erkrath ausgeschildert. GPS = 051° 12‘ 35‘‘ N / 006° 59‘ 01‘‘ O
Einige der regelmäßigen Teilnehmer bezeichneten die Veranstaltung schon als“ Familientreffen“. Daher ist der Eintritt in diesem Jahr frei, Teilnehmer werden um einen Unkostenbeitrag nach eigenem Ermessen gebeten.
On Saturday 17th September 2016, we organise the annual meeting for radio makers and listeners for the 16th time in the rooms of the observatory Sternwarte Neanderhöhe in D-40699 Erkrath. The event is scheduled from 12:00 to 20:00 hours EST.
The agenda : “A comeback of the mediumwave?” , information about the situation in The Netherlands by Bart Serlie.
The location: from Düsseldorf railway station you get there by train S 8, direction Wuppertal/Hagen. You leave at stop Hochdahl-Millrath and walk the road in direction of the train to small way on right hand named Hausmannsweg. After a view hundred meters you see the observatory at the Sternwartenweg.
By car you leave Autobahn A 46 at exit Haan West to Erkrath, in the town the way is marked ‘Observatorium’. GPS = 051° 12’ 35’’ N / 006° 59’ 01’’ E
Some of our regular participants already called the event a “family get together”. Therefor this year the entrance is free , participants are asked to donate for our cost according their own evaluation.