Monday, December 14, 2009

Philippine DX News No.34

Philippine DX News No.34
December 13, 2009
Hello everyone and welcome to the December edition of the Philippine DX News. This report No.34 and I’m Henry Umadhay in Antique, Philippines. Glad to be back and thank you for tuning by.
Christmas is fast-approaching, with with all the festive sights and sounds all around. I would like to greet everyone a merry Christmas and a happy new year. In Filipiino “Maligayang Pasko at Manigong Bagong taon sa inyong lahat.
In today’s program we have few items.
First, Journalists condemn Maguindanao Massacre.
Philippine and foreign media organizations condemned the massacre of at least 57 people, including journalists, In the November 23 political related incident in Maguindanao, Southern Philippines.
The National Union of Journalists of the Philippines (NUJP) challenged the government to take immediate action.
Philippines, the second highest number of journalists killed after Iraq.
In solidarity,the Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas ( KBP) also expressed outrage and condemned the massacre.
Also the Philippine press institute (PPI) echoed the sentiments of other media groups and joined the call to urge the government to arrest the perpetrators and bring them to justice.
Regular station log for November 2009
November 2, Awr via Vt communications,Wertachal, germany on 15495 in English @ 1200 S-I-O 3-3-3 with Wave scan program
November 3, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia broadcasting on 17895 in Arabic from Riyadh @ 0731 S-I-O 3-3-3
November 4, Radio Thailand on 15275 in English from Udon Thani @ 0223 S-I-O 4-3-3 with the news
November 5, Radio Taiwan International on 11875 in English from Tainan @ 0100 S-I-O 4-3-4
November 9, Voice of Russia on 17805 in English @0800 S-I-O 3-3-3
November 10, Radio Netherlands on 12065 in English @ 1034 from Tinian S-I-O 4-4-4
November 14, I heard Polish Radio from Warsaw on 11860 in English @ 1310 S-I-O 3-3-3 to 4-4-4
November 15, Voice of Korea 0n 13760 in English @0111 from Kujang S-I-O 3-3-3
November 16 AWR 0n 15320 in English from Agat , Guam @ 2230 S-I-O 5-5-5 with Wavescan program
November 17, Voice of Malaysia on 15295 in English from Kajang @ 0700 S-I-O 3-3-3 with noise and
Radio Slovakia International 0n 13715 in English from Rimavska Sobota @ 0700 S-I-O 3-3-3 with
Slovakia Today program
KTWR Trans World Radio on 15170 in English from Agana, Guam @ 0800 S-I- O 4-4-4 with
religious programming
November 28, HCJB Ausralia on 11750 in English @0730 from Kununurra S-I-O 4-4-4
November 30, Radio New Zealand Intl on 9765 in English from Rangitaiki @0820 S-I-oO 3-3-3
Our regular contributor T.C.Patterson in San Remegio, Cebu here in Central Philippines sent the following report.T.C. did a bit of tuning around in the 25 meter band before local sunrise thismorning on November 3 between 2115 and 2200. Among others he was able to hear the following
11550 WEWN from Vandiver, AL in Spanish,11695 Radio Australia from Shepparton in English;11845 Radio Canada Int’l from Sackville in French;11910 Radio Japan (NHK) from Yamata in Japanese;11930 Radio Marti from Greenville, NC in Spanish;11945 Radio Free Asia relay via Tinian in Mandarin; and12075 Radio Free Asia relay via Tinian in Korean.
I would like to thank our DXer friend for their reception reports
1. Mr. Koichi Saito in Japan
2. Mr. Mukesh Kumar in Bihar, India
3. Mr. Han Sheng Lin, in Jilin Province China
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