Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Whatever Happened to Shortwave Radio?

by James Careless, 03.08.2010

As recently as 25 years ago, shortwave radio was a preferred source of breaking international news in North America. Most hours of the day, the BBC World Service boomed in, especially at night on 6175 kHz. There was also Radio Moscow - once the mouthpiece of old-style Soviet propaganda - the Voice of America, Radio Netherlands, Deutsche Welle from West Germany and Radio Berlin International from East Germany.

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