Radio Seagull, Netherlands to use 1395 kHz in daytime

March 23, 2012 at 11:52 am Leave a comment

The Dutch Radio Seagull is going to use 1395 kHz in daytime from 1 April. Radio Seagull announces on its website: “Starting Sunday April 1st 2012 Radio Seagull will be back on 1395AM. In spite of the date, this is not a joke. Every day, from 7 am ’till 7 pm (0500-1700 UTC), Radio Seagull programmes will be going out via 1395AM. From 7 pm until 7 am, Radio Seagull will be on 1602AM as normal. The stereo webcast will also remain unchanged running 24 hours a day. The transmitter site is the last remaining radioship in the world -the LV Jenni Baynton.

(Media Network Newsletter)

Entry filed under: Europe, Medium Wave.

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