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Author Topic: Radio Taiwan announcement for German/French service, QSL available  (Read 99 times)

Offline Ct Yankee

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Received this email in German (curious why I began to receive these) and used translating software.  Also perplexing why they would announce French service in German. 🤔

"Dear listeners,

This year, Radio Taiwan International will once again be broadcasting German-language programs directly from the Tamsui broadcasting facility in Taiwan on several days.

Broadcast dates and frequencies:
The transmission times are given in UTC (CEST=UTC+2)

1700-1730 UTC 11995 kHz
1730-1800 UTC 9545 kHz

12.07. (Friday)
13.07. (Saturday)
14.07. (Sunday)
19.07. (Friday)
07/20 (Saturday)
07/21 (Sunday)
07/26 (Friday)
07/27 (Saturday)
07/28 (Sunday)
02.08. (Friday)
03.08. (Saturday)
04.08. (Sunday)

Please send receipt reports by email to: deutsch@rti.org.tw
or via the online form: https://de.rti.org.tw/index/content/id/8
or by post to: Radio Taiwan International, German Service, P.O. Box 123-199, Taipei 11199, Taiwan

We confirm receipt reports again with a special QSL card!

Further information:

We would also like to point out that in August and September (August 9 to September 1, 2024), RTI will also broadcast French-language programs directly from the Tamsui broadcasting facility on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays on the same frequencies at the same times.

Best regards
Your RTI editorial team"
« Last Edit: July 11, 2024, 1324 UTC by Ct Yankee »
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