Lao National Radio – updated information

November 1, 2007 at 1:53 pm 1 comment

There’s a bunch of links on Lao Natinal radio’s web page http://www.lnr.org.la/lnr_aboutus.php, under which you can find information on Lao regional broadcasting. Here’s some bits of info on unlisted and upgraded stations:

Khammouane Provincial Radio Station was established in 1996 and broadcasts on 765KHz using a 10Kw transmitter donated by China.

Luang Prabang Radio Station recently acquired a 10 KW AM transmitter from the USA, and now broadcasts across the entire province on 705 KHz.

Oudomxai Provincial Radio and Television Station was completely rebuilt in 1993 and today it’s broadcasting on 102 MHz FM using a 100W TSD transmitter donated by China and on 705 kHz AM using a 1KW transmitter donated by China.

Vientiane Capital Radio and Television Station has had two second-hand transmitters that have been donated by Lao National Radio – a 50Kw transmitter which broke down and could not be repaired due to lack of spare parts, and most recently a 10Kw transmitter which is still operating. Today Vientiane Capital Radio and Television Station broadcasts for 10 hours each day on 640 KHz.

(LNR web page)

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