Dutch Arrow goes talk on 828 kHz

March 5, 2008 at 2:34 pm Leave a comment

DutchMedia reports that it has learned directly from Arrow that it plans to use one of its newly acquired mediumwave frequencies for a station called Arrow Talks. No start date has been decided. Arrow hopes to find a business partner for the project, probably a newspaper publisher.

Arrow owner/director Ad Ossenrijver told DutchMedia that the frequency, 828 kHz, can broadcast from the existing transmitter site at Heinenoord near Rotterdam, so can be quickly brought on the air. The other frequency, 1035 kHz, is intended to be used as a “gap filler” for Arrow Jazz FM, which does not currently have satisfactory coverage in Limburg. For this station, a transmitter site still has to be found.

(Source: DutchMedia via Media Network)


Entry filed under: Europe, Medium Wave.

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