RNI to start broadcasting on 9290 kHz
This following text is copied from Radio Neptun International (RNI) website:
Radio Neptun International is new commercial shortwave radio station based in Latvia. RNI will launch regular daily shortwave radio broadcasts to Europe in late 2006. In late 2005 the Latvian Broadcasting Council invited Tenders for the establishment of a commercial shortwave broadcast radio station in Latvia. On Friday 27th January 2005, the Latvian Broadcasting Council announced that RNI had been successful in its licence application. Previously various radio services have been relayed from Latvia by a local Company called KREBS TV. That company no longer holds a shortwave relay licence in Latvia. RNI is now the ONLY officially sanctioned shortwave broadcast radio station licensed to operate in Latvia.
Radio Neptun International – RNI – will commence daily shortwave broadcasts from Latvia on 9290 kHz when we have completed the installation of all necessary broadcast equipment. Aside from broadcasting our own music based entertainment and information programming, RNI will provide relay facilities to other broadcasters.