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Helsinki Journal Nuntii Latini News Broadcast in Finland Unites Fans of Latin

HELSINKI - Leah Whittington, an English professor at Harvard, catches the news bulletins on her iPod while strolling to classes. Daniel Blanchard, a professional countertenor in Paris, used to listen on shortwave radio, but now, he uses an iPod, too. The BBC? NPR? No, it's a weekly summary of world....

Helsinki Journal Nuntii Latini News Broadcast in Finland Unites Fans of Latin

HELSINKI - Leah Whittington, an English professor at Harvard, catches the news bulletins on her iPod while strolling to classes. Daniel Blanchard, a professional countertenor in Paris, used to listen on shortwave radio, but now, he uses an iPod, too. The BBC? NPR? No, it's a weekly summary of world....

U.S. Donates Radios To Ministry Of Education

By Peter Lokale Nakimangole TORIT, 04 April 2013 [Gurtong] – The US Agency for International Development (USAID) has distributed radios to schools in South Sudan since about 2004. It also funded the non-governmental organization Education Development Center to run the South Sudan Interactive Radio Instruction Program.

TN fishermen to get VHF radio devices

All mechanised fishing boats in Tamil Nadu will get VHF (very high frequency) wireless radio handsets that will receive a variety of information including 'prospective fish rich sites' in the sea, under a state government scheme. Chief Minister J Jayalalitha announced the scheme on Friday, giving a hefty boost to the morale of Tamil Nadu fishermen.

TN to give subsidized radio equipment to help fishermen in distress

Jayalalithaa today announced that the state government will distribute very high frequency radio communication equipment at subsidized rates to fishermen across the state to be installed in their boats.

Mugabe wields old weapons with Zimbabwe radio ban

Even 33 years after winning the fight for independence, Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe remains a harsh critic of the white colonial government’s system. But with his recent ban on radios, he is imposing the same oppressive tactics that he himself once fought against to liberate his people.

North Korean defectors return rhetorical fire

Seoul (CNN) -- The world knows North Korea for its loud and over-the-top warmongering rhetoric about the U.S. But the true war is being fought in whispers, across secret phone lines and smuggled radios. And it's those whispers that reveal how close the peninsula may be to an actual war. "North Koreans want to go to war soon and unite the country.

Sri Lanka denies tampering with BBC broadcasts

Sri Lanka's state broadcaster denied meddling with BBC programmes after the British corporation abruptly suspended FM radio feeds to the country.

Sri Lanka denies tampering with BBC broadcasts

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka’s state broadcaster on Thursday denied meddling with BBC programmes after the British corporation abruptly suspended FM radio feeds to the country, alleging ongoing interference.

BBC stops Sri Lanka broadcasts

The BBC halts radio news services provided to Sri Lanka's state broadcaster because of 'continued interruption and interference' in its programming.

BBC stops Sri Lanka broadcasts

The BBC halts radio news services provided to Sri Lanka's state broadcaster because of 'continued interruption and interference' in its programming.

BBC suspends SL broadcasts after interference

LONDON, March 27, 2013 (AFP) - The BBC said on Tuesday it was suspending its World Service FM radio broadcasts in Sri Lanka due to "continued interruption and interference" in its Tamil programming.

BBC stops Sri Lanka broadcasts

The BBC halts radio news services provided to Sri Lanka's state broadcaster because of 'continued interruption and interference' in its programming.

PM’s employees to know bail fate on Wednesday | SW Radio Africa news

SW Radio Africa news - The Independent Voice of Zimbabwe The High Court has reserved judgement to Wednesday on a bid for freedom by four workers from Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s office. They were arrested last week on charges of impersonating a police officer.

BBC suspends its service in Sri Lanka after interference on Tamil service

Mar 26, Colombo: The British Broadcaster BBC said Tuesday it was suspending its FM radio broadcasts in Sri Lanka due to continued interference on its Tamil Service broadcast via the state-run Sri Lanka Broadcasting Corporation (SLBC).

Why are Zimbabwe police seizing radios?

She and two other villagers were made to identify their neighbours who had radios, capable of picking up FM, AM and shortwave signals, which had recently been handed out by a small non-government youth organisation that had been in the area building a road and some community toilets.

In The Hot Seat : Welshman Ncube – INTERVIEW

SW Radio Africa’s Violet Gonda brings you a wide-ranging interview with MDC president Welshman Ncube, analyzing the referendum results and looking at what happens now that Zimbabweans have voted for a new constitution. Why does Ncube say it’s not possible to have an election earlier than the end of August? Why does he believe this [.

Zimbabwe: Police Round Up SW Radios in Zimbabwe Village

Source: Voice of America Country: Zimbabwe WASHINGTON — Plainclothes police have gone door-to-door in rural Lupane, Matabeleland North Province, confiscating wind-up and solar-powered shortwave radios recently donated by non-governmental organisations.

Australia's ABC monitoring jamming of China signal

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation said today that it was monitoring interference to its signal into China as Canberra was urged to ensure Beijing does not block international radio news.

ABC monitoring China jamming claims

SHORTWAVE signals beamed into Asia by the ABC's Radio Australia were allegedly interfered with over the past 48 hours.

Australia's ABC monitoring interference to China signal

SYDNEY: The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) said it was monitoring interference to its signal into China as Canberra was urged to ensure Beijing does not block international radio news.

ABC monitors signal interference in China

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation said it was monitoring interference to its signal into China as Canberra was urged to ensure Beijing does not block international radio news.

Charamba threatens embassy over radios | SW Radio Africa news

SW Radio Africa news - The Independent Voice of Zimbabwe An analyst has described as ‘naive’ the hysterical remarks by presidential spokesman George Charamba accusing a foreign embassy of illegally distributing radios. On Tuesday Charamba told the state media that “soon people will be summoned” to....

Young children targeted in radio raids by the police | SW Radio Africa news

SW Radio Africa news - The Independent Voice of Zimbabwe The illegal seizure of wind-up radios reached new levels this week with reports that the police are now using primary school pupils to source information about the receivers. Villagers in Lupane revealed that the police have been visiting....

Police Round Up SW Radios in Zimbabwe Village

Several villagers told VOA Studio 7 that police began their door-to-door confiscations last night and by Wednesday hundreds of radios donated by non-governmental organizations had been seized

ZANU-PF shoots self in the foot

Clemence Manyukwe, Political Editor IN the run-up to the 2008 general polls, the then Transmedia boss Alfred Mandere provoked ZANU-PF’s anger when he told a parliamentary committee that the state-run Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation (ZBC) should encourage the use of shortwave radios in areas beyond the parastatal’s Frequency Modulation broadcast.

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Radio waves 'make the sky glow': Artificial aurora to be created over western Arctic

The experiment is out of the High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) Observatory at Gakona, AK, and is planned for 9:30 p.m. Alaska time. Chris F...

Chertsey Radio Club buys licence to help parents communicate with autistic children

has bought a UK business licence to allow the parents of autistic children to keep in touch with their kids through radio handsets. The idea started when CRC me...

News Feature : OPINION: Why Australia must restore shortwave radio to the Pacific? [18/09/2017

By John Greenshields On our Australian doorstep is an amazing place, Papua New Guinea. Seven of us were there for the month of August, exploring a remote region...

Week Ahead

• Muscle Shoals Amateur Radio Club meeting and amateur radio license exams, 7 p.m., Colbert County Emergency Management Agency, 120 W. Fifth St., Tuscumbia. inf...

Here's Where Cold War Radio Stations Broadcast Spies' Secret Codes

If you tuned into just the right shortwave radio frequency in the 1970s, you might hear a creepy computerized voice reading out a string of numbers. It was the ...

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Competing Mobilizations: Minsk Promoting Belarusianization; Moscow, Re-Sovietization – OpEd

By Paul Goble Minsk is promoting the Belarusianization of Belarus while Mmoscow is pushing its re-Sovietization. But because both are being imposed from above, ...

Calls To Restore Chinese Name For Tuva Rile Russians – OpEd

Tuva or Bust. It did attract the interest of some when during perestroika, violent clashes between Tuvans and ethnic Russians led to the departure of many of th...

How SES’ O3b mPower system shows future of global connectivity

By Prince Osuagwu LUXEMBOURG-based provider of satellite communications, SES, at the just concluded International Broadcasting Convention, IBC in Netherlands, l...

Voot's Gaurav Gandhi acknowledges Google aid in PWA as it triumphs at IBC

MUMBAI: Content is the king, but technology is the supreme general. Voot has won the coveted International Broadcasting Convention 2017 (IBC2017) Innovation Awa...

Olympic organizers try to calm concerns amid North Korea tension

LAUSANNE, Switzerland. With France's sports minister raising questions about security, the IOC is trying to calm concern about the Pyeongchang Games. The Intern...

Olympic organizers try to calm concerns amid North Korea tension

LAUSANNE, Switzerland. With France's sports minister raising questions about security, the IOC is trying to calm concern about the Pyeongchang Games. The Intern...

St. Clair College celebrates enrolment cracking 10K

St. Clair College is crediting an influx of international students as main reason behind the school's record-breaking enrolment this year. The post-secondary in...

Many Ontario voters appear to have parked their votes for now: Robert Fisher

Two weeks ago, MPPs returned to Queen's Park and they've been busy. Daily announcements, the byelection bribery trial in Sudbury, a little mud-slinging in Walto...

Olympic organizers try to calm concerns amid North Korea tension

LAUSANNE, Switzerland. With France's sports minister raising questions about security, the IOC is trying to calm concern about the Pyeongchang Games. The Intern...

Minister of Information meets Governor of West Darfur State

Khartoum, Aug.28(SUNA)-Minister of Information, Dr Ahmed Bilal Osman met in his office, Monday, Governor of West Darfur State, Fadl-al-Mula Al-Haga. The meeting...

FIJIANS in the most remote areas of Fiji will now be able to have better access to disaster-related information during a disaster. more...

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama switches on the medium wave radio transmission while JICA resident rep Hiroyuki Sawada (left) and FBC CEO Riyaz Sayed-Khaiyum ...

AM radio now Fiji-wide

Fiji's prime minister says all Fijians can now tune in to the 'national dialogue' following the rehabilitation of the country's medium wave radio infrastructure...

Update: 12:25PM A NEWLY-rehabilitated medium wave AM infrastructure and transmission was launched by Fiji's Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama this morning. more...

Update: 12:25PM A NEWLY-rehabilitated medium wave AM infrastructure and transmission was launched by Fiji's Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama this morning. With...

AIR to revitalise Punjabi service to augment reach in India,

Public service broadcaster All India Radio (AIR) is planning to "revitalise" its Punjabi service to augment its reach to the Punjabi-speaking listeners "on both...

We're at the End of White Christian America -- What Will That Mean?

America is a Christian nation: this much has always been a political axiom, especially for conservatives. Even someone as godless and immoral as the 45th presid...

Sex-trafficking victim, ministry founder, signs movie deal

Tajuan McCarty, who founded The WellHouse ministry in Birmingham to fight sex trafficking, has signed a deal with a Christian film production company to have a ...

Mike Huckabee and the Rise of Christian Media Under Trump

Huckabee, an early Trump supporter and frequent surrogate for the administration on Fox News, represents a very specific segment of evangelicals: those who are ...

The stark racial and religious divide between Democrats and Republicans, in one chart

The Public Religion Research Institute released a massive new survey of American religious adherence today. Among other things it contained this stunning insigh...

Turkey’s Armenian and Jewish communities struggle for preservation of Princes' Islands

reported. Vatican Radio Construction works will affect the beaches, forests, and former state-owned buildings. In addition to environmental activists, Christian...

Rhett Walker Band Debuts New Single 'I Surrender' Today

Rhett Walker BandCover for Rhett Walker Band's 2017 single "I Surrender." Today is the day that Rhett Walker Band releases their new single to Christian radio, ...

Pope urges end to violence in Colombia, calls for reconciliation

BOGOTA: Pope Francis urged Colombias leaders on Thursday to set aside "hatred and vengeance" and "listen to the poor, to those who suffer" in a nation that is e...

Pope Francis urges end to violence in Colombia, calls for reconciliation

Pope Francis urged Colombias leaders on Thursday to set aside “hatred and vengeance” and “listen to the poor, to those who suffer” in a nation that is emerging ...

Francis urges end to violence, calls for reconciliation in Colombia

Want create site? Find and plugins. Free WordPress Themes Pope Francis urged Colombia’s leaders on Thursday to set aside “hatred and vengeance” and “listen to t...

Why Americans love doomsday prophecies

Here we are again. News reports are abuzz with a “Christian numerologist” suggesting that Sept. 23, 2017, is the fixed date for the end of the world. It could b...

Kurdistan referendum sparks fear in Christians, Yazides and Turkmen

Erbil (AsiaNews) - The Chaldeans of Zirofan battalion protect the Saint Elia church in the Christian area of ​​Erbil without arms. They have the relaxed air. "W...

Sheikh Fizazi VS Brother Rachid on YouTube this October 10

By Hajar El Kahlaoui. Rabat – After reportedly declining for a televised debate, Sheikh Mohamed Fizazi has accepted the Christian TV personality’s challenge. In...

Salafi Cleric Agrees to Debate Controversial Moroccan Christian TV Host

By Hajar El Kahlaoui. Rabat – After reportedly declining Brother Rachid’s call for a televised devate, Sheikh Mohamed Fizazi has accepted to the Christian TV pe...

Alt R&B, Neo-Soul Artist ‘JMSN’ Coming to Bangkok in November

BANGKOK — An American indie R&B, neo-soul artist will perform a gig in Bangkok as a part of his just-announced Asia tour. Michigan-raised but LA-based, singer-s...

Man spent $84,000 in federal money on personal items

Cruise expenses, satellite radio and luxury vehicle repairs were among items a chief financial officer of a New Orleans nonprofit illegally paid for with federa...

Now You Can Turn Your Radio Dial To D.C. Government

isn't the only radio station on the D.C. dial sponsored by a government. As of today, D.C. now has its own station. Called DC Radio and available on 96.3 HD4, i...

Morrissey reveals new single ‘Spent The Day in Bed’

A file picture of British singer Morrissey. — AFP pic LOS ANGELES, Sept 20 — The former Smiths frontman has unveiled a new single called Spent The Day in Bed. D...

Pandora Hopes That Video Saves the Fading Radio Star

Video Plus allows Pandora's non-paying customers to enjoy some of the perks it offers premium subscribers in exchange for viewing 15 seconds of a video ad. Opti...

Grammy award winner Chris Tomlin coming to capital city

Christian music superstar Chris Tomlin will be performing on Dec. 1 in the Capital City to help raise money for Baptist Hospice, a faith-based, not-for-profit h...

Digital network helps Tibetan town stay in touch

Communicating with the 502 residents in Trashi Thongmon community used to be a problem. Calling all of the 135 households was time-consuming and expensive. Maki...

UK.gov lays down rules for cross-Whitehall data slurps Consultation opens on codes of practice for Digital Economy Act 22 Sep 14:58

UK.gov lays down rules for cross-Whitehall data slurps Consultation opens on codes of practice for Digital Economy Act. The UK government has offered more deta...

Joy Prime To Unveil New Morning Show

Joy Prime, one of the leading indigenous entertainment channels on free-to-air digital television service, Multi TV is set to unveil a new morning TV show accor...

StarTimes to assemble decoders/TV in Nigeria

Anna Okon. Digital terrestrial television and satellite television service provider, StarTimes, is set to commence local assembling of decoders and television s...

SWITCHED ON The best TV packages for reality TV addicts, boxset bingers and Sport fans If you aren’t careful you might end up paying hundreds of pounds for channels you don’t watch. Here is our guide to paid-for TV curated to your needs

LOOKING for a new TV deal, here are a few tips from Which? on how to get started: What channels and shows do you like to watch? Do you want premium sport or fil...

Apple Watch 3 has connectivity issues just as shipments start

By Ken Hanly 5 hours ago in Technology As shipments of Apple's new Series 3 smart watch begin the watch is experiencing difficulties in certain situations with ...

iPhone 8 A Flop? New iPhone, Apple Watch Series 3 Releases Today

The iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the Apple Watch Series 3 are now available in stores after the gadgets were revealed last week. While the iPhone 8 is the newest...

Apple’s new gadgets get exceptionally grumpy reviews

Early sales in Asia may indicate that first-adopters are holding out for the iPhone X, and that preorders for the iPhone 8 may be lagging behind its predecessor...

iPhone 8 and Apple Watch Series 3 Launch: Is iPhone 8 A Flop?

The iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the Apple Watch Series 3 are now available in stores after the gadgets were revealed last week. While the iPhone 8 is the newest...

Apple Watch Series 3 first look: So far, no LTE problems

At its launch event, Apple said the crystal housing for the heart rate sensor is just "two sheets of paper" thicker than last year's Series 2. The difference is...

Guided by THE LIGHT

Four new television dramas will show next week on Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS), each paying tribute to His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyad...

TV Series Takes On Drama Of 2015 New York Prison Break

Actors playing corrections officers get instructions from a member of Ben Stiller's production crew on Wednesday. (Zach Hirsch/North Country Public Radio) Danne...

Ukraine slashes funding for public broadcasting

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) joins Ukrainian civil society in condemning plans to halve state funding for public broadcasting in the 2018 budget that the pri...

Orbán called on Hungarians to participate in the government’s public survey on the “Soros plan”

, in an interview to public radio on Friday, called on Hungarians to participate in the government’s public survey on the “Soros plan”. The survey will help the...

Oklahoma Police Shoot Deaf, Blind Man As Neighbors Yell 'He Can't Hear!'

Police in Oklahoma on Tuesday night shot and killed a deaf man that they claimed was advancing toward them with a metal pipe, although witnesses present told th...

Giveaway: Atmosphere

In 1997, hip-hop duo Atmosphere dropped Overcast , its first official album. The record included the song “Scapegoat,” which would become a college radio hit, a...

Echo & The Bunnymen, Violent Femmes: Iconic 1980s bands to play at Woodland Park Zoo

With 1980s nostalgia in full bloom, it’s fitting the Violent Femmes and Echo & The Bunnymen are co-headlining a show at Woodland Park Zoo next week. Even though...

Thor’s Tessa Thompson on Why Her Action Hero Icon is Terminator’s Sarah Connor

never expected to be at San Diego Comic-Con . The actor, who is known for her roles as a college radio DJ challenging her classmates on issues of race in Dear W...

The Psychedelic Furs are back by popular demand

Updated 10 minutes ago. Their songs were college radio staples in the early '80s — “The Ghost in You,” “Heartbreak Beats,” “All That Money Wants,” “House,” “Lov...

Jeff Moehlis: Break On Through with Robby Krieger from The Doors

There was a guy, Bob Brinkmeyer or something like that, and he ran the radio show out at the college. So we did a lot of shows with him, you know, just on the c...

ICYMI: UK indicts Nigeria over Radio Biafra

The United Kingdom has blamed Nigeria for the continued operation of pirate Radio Biafra, which the Indigenous People of Biafra uses to preach hate against the ...

UK indicts Nigeria over Radio Biafra

The United Kingdom has blamed Nigeria for the continued operation of pirate Radio Biafra which the Indigenous People of Biafra (POB)uses to preach hate against ...

UK Indicts Nigeria Over Radio Biafra

The United Kingdom has blamed Nigeria for the continued operation of pirate Radio Biafra which the Indigenous People of Biafra (POB)uses to preach hate against ...

UK indicts Nigeria over Radio Biafra

Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed Sunday Oladapo Kayode/BJO/NAN. The United Kingdom has blamed Nigeria for the continued operation of pi...

UK Indicts Nigeria Over Radio Biafra

The United Kingdom has blamed Nigeria for the continued operation of pirate Radio Biafra which the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) uses to preach hate agains...