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Shortwave Pirate / Re: Radio Free Manitoba 6930
« on: March 16, 2011, 0149 UTC »
Nice clear ID a few min ago & I'm going to get off the internet now so that I can get a better recording of it. If the op is out there, I have a recording & would like a QSL. Thanks!
Andrew Yoder
POB 109
BRS, PA 17214

Thanks for the show!

Shortwave Pirate / Captain Morgan 3/16 0026+ 6925
« on: March 15, 2011, 2336 UTC »
Nice sig here, on with "Who Are You?" intro & IDs. Some honky-tonk sorta rock

Thanks for the show!

Shortwave Broadcast / Re: Radio Cairo on 6270kHz @ 0233z
« on: February 16, 2011, 1600 UTC »
Yeah, I remember a station, I think KUSA (the one from about 20 years ago, not today's version) riding VOA's 7415-kHz carrier for about 20 min. Makes for a nice AM (essentially) signal and I'd guess that it's tougher to DF, too.

MW Free Radio / Re: 1710 khz AM - "The Big Q"
« on: November 25, 2010, 2134 UTC »
In the car last night, I could hear some Spanish talk & music. Not enough in to ID, but I guess it was Radio Celestial.

Shortwave Broadcast / Re: Running Log From Tonight
« on: September 24, 2010, 1450 UTC »
I agree with everything that Token said & would also like to mention that MW/AM callsigns are really helpful. "Weak music station possibly" and "multiple stations competing for the frequency" could apply to nearly every frequency on the band.

That said, please keep logging! I really appreciate seeing your logs and everyone else's, too. Not that many people seem to be doing it any more...or they're only logging the difficult-to-hear truly DX stations. It's always interesting to see what others are tuning in.

moribund112: Sorry for not replying, just checked the thread today.

RF Burnz: Thanks for posting the link!

Tube SW: Hope you've received your copy by now.

BTW, I forgot to mention here that shipping to Canada is $4 and the shipping is $9 to the rest of the world.

Thanks !

The books arrived & I sent all backorders out last week. A few more copies will be going out tomorrow.

Just received the proof copy from the printer last night and approved the printing this morning.

Getting closer...

Thanks! To: Cabinet Communications

General Radio Discussion / pre-orders for 2010 Pirate Radio Annual
« on: March 17, 2010, 1451 UTC »
The 2010 Pirate Radio Annual is at the printer and being finished. It should be available within 3-4 weeks, but I'm now taking pre-orders. It is:

* 126 pages
* perfect bound with full-color cover
* with audio CD-R

It profiles 166 different shortwave pirates, programs, and relayed stations that were heard in 2009. Other features are profiles of the 10 best-heard European shortwave pirates in North America, plus information for beginners on tuning pirates and shortwave radio.

The CD-R is in the standard CD format & contains audio clips from 75 different stations (nearly all clips were from 2009 broadcasts but a couple were from 2008 and 2010).

Price is $17 ($15 + $2 shipping) in the U.S. Sorry, I'm not sure how much shipping will be to Canada & the rest of the world, so I'm not taking advance orders from these areas until the books come in and I can weigh them.

You can send checks or money orders to:

Cabinet Communications
POB 109
BRS, PA 17214

Or if you're a 21st-century kind of person, you may send $17 via PayPal to info@hobbybroadcasting.com. If you take this route, please also e-mail me so that I'm aware of the transaction.


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