WRN in Moscow goes 24 h on 738 kHz

October 11, 2008 at 2:03 pm Leave a comment

WRN is pleased to announce that, as of the 28th of June, its Moscow AM station on 738 kHz has been extended to continuous 24 hours a day operation. Previously the station broadcasted from 0600 to midnight, local time, however, there was much interest in its being on air round-the-clock. The international services of many countries are relaying over WRN Russkiy channel in the Russian language. These are China, Romania, Canada, Sweden, Finland, Korea, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, UN Radio, and Russia itself.

(RUS-DX via “The Whole World on the Radio Dial”)


Entry filed under: Europe, Medium Wave.

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