UK pirate station moves to 1395 kHz

September 24, 2009 at 12:20 pm Leave a comment

A UK-based station has moved to 1395 kHz at weekends. WNKR, a pirate station that has been operating for 22 years, has moved to 1395 from 1476 kHz, apparently to avoid interference from a Spanish station, but is now suffering interference in the evenings from Trans World Radio operating from Albania with high power. The station apparently also has a shortwave transmitter on 6311 kHz.

(Media Network)

(the station has website at http://1476.co.nr/ / finndxer)

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