Excerpts from https:// via : World Radio Day is an observance day held annually on 13 February.
World Radio Day is about celebrating radio, why we love it and why we need it today more than ever.
A day to remember the unique power of radio to touch lives and bring people together across every corner of the globe.
It was proclaimed on 3 November 2011 by UNESCO's 36th General Conference after originally being proposed by the Kingdom of Spain. TWR would like to address concerns the people on Bonaire may have regarding the effect of radio waves of this new 440k W transmitter.
The consultation can be found at https:// propose to close 12 MW transmitters and reduce power on 5 sites. Does someone have any information about the current situation? However, it could be possibly returning to the air next week as a team of engineers are visiting the site at the weekend to get the Harris TX up and running again, so the station could well be loud and clear and back by next week. It is broadcasting from the area of Belluno, a city in the North East Italian region of Veneto.
Anyone remember last year it was set to close on 1st May 2017 but with protests to keep 252 was granted and will continue for another 2 years. ) Thanks to my friends David Kenny, Chrissy Brand, and David Duckworth for their hard work.
For at least 2 of the doggedly persisting loop carrying stations, BBC Essex 1530k Hz and BBC Radio Kent on 774k Hz I can make my own observations. I would expect 774k Hz and 1602k Hz to work in exact sequence re shutdown anyway.
*) Kema: KEMA (Keuring van Elektrotechnische Materialen Arnhem) NV, established in 1927 was a global energy consulting company headquartered in Arnhem, Netherlands.
It offered management consulting, technology consulting and services to the energy value chain that includes business and technical consultancy, operational support, measurements and inspection, and testing and certification services.