Polish Radio External Service on LW

August 22, 2008 at 2:39 pm Leave a comment

From July 1, Polish Radio External Service has started broadcasting on 198 kHz longwave. The 198 LW frequency is shared with Polish Radio Parliament, which will continue to broadcast when parliament is in session. At all other times Polish Radio External Service transmits on this frequency.
Polish Radio External Service broadcasts in seven different languages: English, Hebrew, Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, German, and Polish. English language transmissions on 198 kHz are at 0700 and 1200 UTC, available when Radio Parliament is not broadcasting.
The 198 LW frequency can be picked up in Poland and is also able reach Polish diaspora in neighbouring countries, especially Germany, Ukraine, Belarus and Russia, providing up-to-date information on what’s going on in Poland.
Shortwave, Internet and satellite transmissions remain unaffected.

(Polskie Radio via Andy Sennitt/Media Network)

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