ILGRadio project stopped

October 26, 2006 at 2:05 pm 3 comments

The popular free schedule and frequency database ILGRadio has been stopped. The reasons are written out at the website:

  • copyright violence
  • censorship pressure by IBB Washington
  • spam-mail and form-mail (about 700 a day)

“After successful solution of these problems it will be decided later if this project will continue or not …”
(Domesticas y Tropicales Yahoo -group)

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  • 1. Tomas  |  May 12, 2007 at 4:55 pm

    Pathetic really. It smells like BS to me.

    Copyright violence? What on earth is that? Not everyone publishing SW broadcast schedules was copying Bernd’s lists. Indeed most if not all were home-brew efforts using HFCC data.

    What censorship? Don’t broadcasters want their listeners to know when their broadcasts are on? If you look at ILGRadio you’ll see plenty of nonsense about the confidential nature of the data. I ask again, why would broadcasters want to hide their schedules?

    Last but not least, spam mail can easily be sorted out with Katpcha images.

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  • 2. F1DYR  |  January 4, 2009 at 8:46 pm

    as of 2009_01_04…
    what’s new pussy cat ?

    Are these informations available somewhere else ???
    I’ve seen ilgradio datas are charged for access…

    Best regards, 73

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  • 3. Adam Ebel  |  April 9, 2012 at 9:24 am

    That is not right. Why do we have to settle with “out of date” WRTH literature just to get to tune into short wave broadcasters and AM/LW stations. What the heck is this the 20th century again? It’s always for the “professionals” they get all the fresh juicy data while we get the drops on the floor. How harsh treatment to the short wave listeners. And because of this, this is probably the reason why Short wave broadcasters are going off the air the next month and year because they are losing funding because of listeners who have poor accessibility to official databases and frequency scheduling. Many short wave listeners are reading last weeks TV guide! Schedules change and listeners lose out, and then broadcasters lose listenership and go off the air.

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