Radio Zvezda, Moscow on 990 kHz

September 14, 2006 at 12:39 pm 1 comment

A new Russian radio network, Radio Zvezda (“Radio Star”) is building up a nationwide network on FM and MW. It has a website at http://tvzvezda.ru/radio/. They are already on the air in Moscow on 990 kHz. Furthermore, Victor Rutkovsky has forwarded the news about two new licenses for this station, for 1440 kHz in St Petersburg at 10 kW, and 729 kHz in Samara at 50 kW. Their address (from mediaatlas.ru) is Kolymazhny pereulok 14, Moscow 119019 (Eike Bierwirth, Germany, via DX LISTENING DIGEST)

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  • 1. Mauno Ritola  |  September 15, 2006 at 4:46 pm

    They were on 990 kHz already last year and also mentioned in the WRTH 2006, but they operate on MW still probably only between 1100-1300, because not audible here in eastern Finland now at 1600.

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