Jan 17, 2011
Yes those early home DAB receivers were kinda expensive. Interesting to hear the thinking behind digital radio as captured 11 years ago. There's a great, spooky recollection in the Memory of the Millennium about listening on an old Hallicrafters' receiver. Q-Radio struggles on 1224 kHz and we asked whether the Euro...
Jan 15, 2011
Twenty years ago the Media News was centred around changes at Radio Moscow. With no way of doing a direct interview, we called Richard Measham at BBC Monitoring. And there were interesting comments from Vasily Strelnikov on his show.
BBC had also found a new clandestine station, the Voice of Free Iraq.
Jan 15, 2011
Quora: Is it time to revive a show like Media Network broadcast 1980-2000 on Radio Netherlands? I put this question out on Quora to see what people think. Interested in your comments too. I find the discussions there are stronger than on this site which most people are simply using to download. ... Answer:
Jan 9, 2011
This programme includes a report from the late Bob Tomalksi about digital television and how bandwidth is being squeezed to cram more channels into a satellite transponder. Bob explained that DAB radios were finally starting to take off. But the BBC had lost its way in marketing the medium.
Wireless Internet starts to...
Jan 4, 2011
This programme is typical of a listener supported edition. We talk to Linden Clark of Radio New Zealand International about budget reductions. Derrick Lynch reported hearing Sri Lanka Clandestine produced in Canada Alan Weiner of Radio New York International fame gets a licence to build a SW transmitter in Maine to...