The Voice of England via Trintelhaven on 1395 kHz
The religious programmes under the umbrella title “The Voice of England”, broadcast via the Dutch mediumwave transmitter at Trintelhaven on 1395 kHz and online, will be on the air Sat/Sun at 2200-2400 UTC. Details have not yet been published of which broadcasters have hired airtime. Some of the advertising literature for The Voice of England claims that the transmitter on 1395 is putting out 50,000 watts and has an effective radiated power of 100,000 watts. In another place, the potential audience is stated as ‘590 million throughout all of Europe’. In fact, the licensed power of this transmitter at its current site is 25 kW, and the actual power used is usually considerably less.