Philippine DX News No.33

Philippine DX News No.33

November 8, 2009

 

Hello everyone and welcome to the November edition of the Philippine DX News. This report No.33 and I’m Henry Umadhay in Antique, Philippines. Glad to be back and thank you for tuning by. In today’s program we have few items about FEBC new MW station, B09 Frequency Schedule and reception log.

 

First about FEBC AM Station DZMR

 

When the radio station -1143 AM DZMR Santiago,  Isabela in Northern Philippines – begins its operation  this year, there will be programs in Ilocano, Ibanag, Itawis and Kalanguya.

The goal is to broadcast in at least 14 local dialects and languages to reach more people groups especially in the mountainous areas of the Cagayan Valley and Cordillera regions including three people groups who were once headhunters.

Besides daily bible readings in Ilocano, 1143 DZMR Santiago will also produce original songs in all dialects that the broadcast reaches. When it is fully operational, the radio station will offer Christian programming to more people groups than any Christian radio station. This early, Back to the Bible- Philippines is planning to reach out to the Ilocano, Ibanag, Itawis and Kalanguya by producing radio programs which will be aired through  DZMR Santiag 1143 Khz.

 

Radio Sweden

No More Printed Schedule or QSL Cards

With the start of the new transmission period for short and medium wave, as well as satellite, on October 25, Radio Sweden will only be publishing the broadcast schedule on the web.

This a logical consequence of the increasing importance of the internet as  broadcast platform and because they stopped broadcasting their programs in Swedish.

 

At the same time they are simplifying their marketing and audience services.

 

At the same time they are discontinuing mailing QSL Cards to listeners in response to reception reports.

 

 

B09 Frequency Schedule

From October 25, 2009 – March 27, 2010

 

 

 

Deutsche Welle in English to the Philippines

 

0000-0100 UTC 7265 from  Trincomalee

9785  from  Trincomalee

15640 from Petropavl

 

0900- 1000         17710 from Trincomalee

21780 from Trincomalee

 

 

 

Deutsche Welle in German

 

0800-0958 17520 from Trincomalee

 

 

Radio Veritas Asia in Filipino

 

2300-2327            9720 khz

1500-1553          11715 khz

 

Radio Taiwan International in English to the Philippines

 

0100-0200    11875

1100-1200        11715

 

To Southeast Asia

0300-0400 15320

1100-1200 7445

 

FEBC in English

1400-1415 12025

 

Reception logs from TC Patterson

 

 

On October 18, 2009 T.C. did scan the 49 meter band and have listed some of the
stations he noted.  .

Between 2030 and 2100:

5820        GERMANY – RFE/Radio Liberty relay via Biblis in Belorussian;
5830        KUWAIT – Radio Farda relay via Sulaibiyah in Persian; and
5885        VATICAN CITY – Vatican Radio from St Maria di Galeria in Arabic.

Between 2100 and 2130:

6075        UNITED KINGDOM – DW relay via Rampisham in German;
6085        JAPAN – Radio Japan (NHK) from Yamata in Japanese;
6115        PHILIPPINES – Radio Veritas Asia from Palauig in Mandarin; and
6145        FRANCE – CRI relay via Issoudun in Albanian.

All of these heard using the ICOM R75 receiver.

 

 

 

Our 2nd year anniversary QSL Card is still available. And  our 3rd QSL Card is available. For your reception report, please send 1-IRC International Reply Coupon. Return postage will be greatly appreciated.

And friends, if you want to get the transcript of today’s Pilipinas DX news, please visit http (colon – double-forward slash) pilipinasdx (dot) wordpress (dot) com. That’s http (colon – double-forward slash) pilipinasdx (dot) wordpress (dot) com. OR http://pilipinasdx.blogspot.com, or you may want to send us your comments, suggestions, reception logs, and information’s to pilipinasdx@yahoo.com. That’s P-I-L-I-P-I-N-A-S-D-X for PilipinasDX [at] yahoo [dot] com.
This has been Henry Umadhay for Wavescan in Antique, Central Philippines saying…
Mabuhay! At Maraming Salamat po!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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One Response to “Philippine DX News No.33”

  1. Rev.d John T Smith Says:

    Hello from Wareham in Dorset in the United Kingdom. I am rather new to shortwave listening but found your station on 11715 KHz today at 15:10 GMT. I particulary enjoyed listening to the Christmas songs the station was playing. I look forwards to tunin gin to the station from time to time.

    John.

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