Trans-Dniestrian Moldovian Radio expanding schedule

August 22, 2007 at 1:17 pm Leave a comment

From the beginning of July, the Trans-Dniestrian Moldovian Radio
from Tiraspol has expanded its broadcasting time from 1 to 16 hours on the
mediumwave frequency of 549 kHz. The transmitter of 150 kW is located in
Grigoriopol, and the broadcasting schedule consists of local programmes
mainly in the Russian language, a few short programmes during the day in
the Romanian and Ukrainian languages, and also consists of the relaying of
the Russian radio station “Mayak”. Transmissions are on the air from 05:00
to 21:00.
Now, when the Ukrainian network of transmitters of “Radio Promin” does not
work on the frequency of 549 kHz, the Trans-Dniestrian Radio is heard in
Kyiv even at daytime. But, it will be possible that “Radio Promin” will
resume its transmissions on this frequency via transmitters in Mykolaiv,
Lviv and Vinnytsia.

(Olex Yegorov-UKR, “Whole World on the Radio Dial” via dxld)


Entry filed under: Europe, Medium Wave.

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