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Media Network 1980-1981

mn_1980-1981zoomVon Media Network, dem legendären von Jonathan Marks gestalteten Medienmagazin, liegen zahlreiche Sendungen von 7. August 1980 (DX Juke Box) bis 26. Oktober 2000 (letzte Ausgabe) als Digitalisate und Manuskripte vor. - Aus urheberrechtlichen Gründen nur für Direktvorführungen am Hörplatz im Dokumentationsarchiv. - Zahlreiche Folgen gingen verloren. Wir ersuchen dringend um Hilfe bei der Rekonstruktion. - Die von Andy Sennitt fortgeführte Version als wöchentlicher Newsletter befindet sich ab 15. März 2007 im Archiv (nicht indiziert): dok_bul_medianetwork - Media Network Videos: mn

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  1980  
800807 Jonathan Marks' First Show: DX Juke Box 34:25
801016 DX Juke Box Brussels Special: DX Juke Box was a show on Radio Netherlands before Media Network. For the period August 1980 until May 1981, Jonathan changed the format of DX Juke Box bit by bit so that it morphed from purely a hobby show into a programme that answered the why of broadcasting rather than just the where and when. In October 1980 the show went to Brussels for a few days to examine the pirate scene in the Belgian capital. Paul Renard was the DX editor for the RTBF. 35:28
  1981  
8103xx The Hitch-Hikers Guide to DXing Episode One: parody on international radio broadcasting based on the radio series Hitch-Hikers Guide to the Galaxy 21:01
810430 The Hitch-Hikers Guide to DXing Episode Two: Oliver Pass and Drisopholis discover the secrets behind how DX programmes are made as they explore inside Radio Politzania 30:35
810702 BBC Cuts & 2EA: This early edition of the Media Network programme has details of proposed cuts at BBC World Service with a call to Douglas Muggeridge, the Director General. There was a feature on ethnic stations like 2EA in Sydney and short-term holiday stations in New Zealand. 30:38
8107xx A Voice from Across the Water: mini radio documentary, interview with the late Professor Lou de Jong, who worked at Radio Oranje in London during the war 37:35
8108xx The Hitch-Hikers Guide to DXing Episode Three: Peter Jones, the actor who narrated the original Hitch-Hikers Guide to the Galaxy did the introduction. In this episode the two heroes are still trapped inside Radio Politzania. This time they visit the advertising department and hear the recording of a DXTel advert with Graham Gill. 29:53
810806 Pacific broadcast Indonesian Special: feature on the different kinds of music on Indonesian radio stations 33:13
810813 Media Network Expedition to Lopik, Radio Netherlands transmitter site. It has been there since 1957 when it took over from the low power site in Huizen. 30:31
810924 Karl Braun Dream Receiver: specialist receiver manufacturer in West Germany 30:44
8109xx The Hitch-Hikers Guide to DXing Episode Four: In this episode, Oliver Pass and Drisopholis escape to the jamming shed in the grounds of Radio Polizania. They meet the head of jamming and discover how the noise is really generated. The episode also includes clips from Radio Daddy LongLegs, the pirate station with all the latest closedown news complete with home-made jingles. They also get a tour of the QSL verification department where "word-processors" are helping to reduce the workload. 28:48
8110xx The Hitch-Hikers Guide to DXing Episode Five - Frequency Police in Geneva: Oliver and Drisopholis escape in a van carrying white books to Geneva. They weasle their way into the auction where frequencies are bought and sold to the highest bidder. At the time the "white book" of frequency registrations was only a guide to what had been registered by stations. There was no guarantee that stations actually used the channels they claimed. The ITU is still based in Geneva, opposite the UN HQ. 28:02
811105 Tony Jones on Latin American Radio: Tony Jones is a Welsh radio enthusiast who emigrated to Paraguay in the 1970's. His name appeared in several DX magazines as a very active shortwave listener and specialist on the Latin American radio scene. He later went on to become one of the main editors of Passport to World Band Radio, a publication started by Larry Magne. 29:35
811119 Transkei, Andorra, Oman: Richard Ginbey is the first to really compile features about broadcasting in Southern Africa, this time it focuses on Capital Radio 604 in the Transkei. Robbert Boschart explains the strange situation about broadcasting in Andorra, locked between Spain and France. Wim van Amstel reports on his trip to Oman. 30:50
811126 Live Asian Special: live special editions of Media Network directed to South Asia. Topics: technology that was not readily available in South Asia 32:13
811126_2   35:15
811203   57:54
811217 Longwave Returns & Poland: news from Dennis Powell in New York about Radio Marti. Radio Delta, a scheme to start a joint MW/LW project with Belgium and Netherlands, Bert Steinkamp explains the plans. Radio Polonia has gone off the air after the declaration of martial law in Poland. Warsaw 1 on longwave is the only way of hearing what is going on. African Media News - Richard Ginbey has a profile of media in Bophutatwana. Test of the Panasonic RF-3100. Dan Robinson has North American tuning observations from Washington DC. 30:35
811224 Polish Martial Law on the radio: worrying developments in Warsaw. On December 12–13 1981, the Polish regime declared martial law, under which the army and ZOMO riot police were used to crush the Solidarity movement. The Soviet leaders insisted that Jaruzelski pacify the opposition with the forces at his disposal, without direct Soviet involvement or backup. Virtually all Solidarity leaders and many affiliated intellectuals were arrested or detained. The United States and other Western countries responded by imposing economic sanctions against Poland and the Soviet Union. One of the few ways of monitoring developments was to listen to Polish radio. 30:15
81xxxx African Safari 1981 Capital Radio: magazine documentary about broadcasting in Southern Africa, when apartheid South Africa had stations operating from the various "homelands". 31:07

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