mn_1983

Media Network 1983

mn_1983Von 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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  1983  
830106 Dutch UNIFIL Radio: features on forces broadcasting. At the time, the Dutch were part of a UN peace keeping mission in Lebanon. It was also the era of FM pirate radio stations in many cities in the Netherlands. Dutch forces radio had its origins as a pirate radio station. 29:01
830113 Malta: Deutsche Welle built a relay station for North Africa on the island, which was later nationalised. Malta started getting closer to both Algeria and Libyan. Interviewed with the new station manager of the "Radio Mediterranean". 30:30
830120 PAOAA: first of several visits to the VERON amateur radio news station, which operated at that time out of a tower in the Sikkens (now AKZO) paint factory in Sassenheim. 30:32
830127 Victor Hafkamp & ICOM ICR-70: construction of KNLS in Alaska. Plans to build a mediumwave station KBQN on American Samoa. Plans to build a 500 kW shortwave transmitter. The Surinamese government complains about Radio Netherlands broadcasts to their country. Victor Hafkamp explains the background. Radio New Zealand International may cancel its shortwave service. Radio Dublin is back on shortwave on 6910 kHz. Review of the ICOM ICR-70. Richard Ginbey does a profile of broadcasting in Swaziland. Victor Goonetilleke has been hearing KYOI beaming to Japan. 30:35
830203 Good morning TV AM. Bill Kitchen. Caribbean Beacon. Spy Numbers Sweden. Canadian Forces. Brussum (first visit). fehlt
830210 Transkei 30:50
830217 Broadcast Museum & Contest Results: tuning tips. Short feature on the opening of the Netherlands Broadcasting Museum in Hilversum. Curator Cor van Driel explains that the Netherlands claims to have started the first regular series of broadcasts. Entrepreneur Hanso Schotanus à Steringa Idzerda not only broadcast from The Hague in 1919, he tried to make his own receivers to sell to the public. He also discovered the signals were crossing the Atlantic and even got sponsorship from the Daily Mail Newspaper for an English language programme. Report by Stig Harvig Nielsen from Copenhagen about new legislation for local radio and TV stations. Receiver Shopping List Edition 6. Dan Robinson in Washington has been hearing Radio 15th of September and La Voz de Sandino. 30:17
830224 Latin American Clandestines: Bob Horvitz, Alfonso Montealegre, overview of the political clandestine radio stations that were beamed into Latin America for a variety of reasons. 30:05
830303 Ginbey on Radio Truro. Radio Nepal. Tropical bands. Dennis Powell. Houston on Radio Peking via KTRM fehlt
830310   30:41
830330   30:52
830414 Radio Prague & OMD: UK pop group Orchestral Manoevers in the Dark released an album called Dazzle Ships. OMD opted for a major departure in sound on the record, using shortwave effects and off-air clips from Radio Prague. 30:04
830421   30:40
830505 BFBS Profile: feature on British Forces Broadcasting Service 35:58
830512 Propagation Mysteries Explained with John Brannigan. African Media News from Richard Ginbey. Mediumwave is expanding in Southern Africa. Parakou in Benin is being heard. New automatic notch filter made by DATONG tested. Grundig has announced the Yacht Boy 300. Interview with propagation specialist John Brannigan based in Scotland. He was active in the amateur satellite sector. This is fascinating story about what we know and still don't know about the way the ionosphere works. 29:51
830515 Zimbabwe: Roy Neal reports on ham radio plans from Skylab with astronaut Owen Garriott. Pete Myers reports on satellite relay piracy. BBC broadcasts a documentary on Electromania. Andy Sennitt reports on changes at Vatican Radio. The Hungarian service of Radio Free Europe carries pop music in English. Richard Ginbey made a feature on broadcasting in what later became Zimbabwe, rare off-air recordings of broadcasting from Northern and Southern Rhodesia. Roger Tidy has items on China. Jim Vastenhoud explains whats going on in Geneva to regulate the shortwave broadcasting bands. Victor Gonnetilleke has his regular Asian Media News report. 30:24
830519   30:03
830526   40:52
830527   30:05
830602 HCJB Quito: interview about what HCJB was building in Pifo, near Quito Ecuador. Professor John Campbell had some insights into the clandestine radio scene in North Africa. 30:24
830609 African Media News & Basicode 2 plans: Richard Ginbey radio presenter for a number of music radio stations in South Africa, Namibia, and New Zealand. Professor John Campbell, Irish pirates. Promo for ANARC 1983 with Dan Robinson. Update on Basicode 2, a universal language for home computers broadcast by the Dutch domestic channel NOS in a programme called Hobbyscoop. 30:52
830616 Luxembourg & Satellites: launch of Ariane 6. Roger Broadbent reports from Noordwijk. Pat Gowen reports that one of the satellites on board, Oscar 10, was built by amateur radio operators. ESA, ECS experiments. Radio Luxembourg's Benny Brown talks about the Earthlink programme. Rob Jones explains a new English language TV programme called "Before Our Next Programme". Report from Andy Sennitt of the WRTH. 30:54
830623   30:22
830624 Media Wars Episode 3 - Comparing 1946, 1962 and 1982 (WH von 1982) 29:26
830630 Visit to Flevo transmitter centre one year before sign-on, Reviews Bearcat DX1000, Receiver tests with German ADDX contributor. Grundig Yacht Buy 700. Interview alpha electronics. fehlt
830707 Gabon: Africa Number One. Problem of jamming of Western broadcasters. NHK Radio Japan is testing via the new shortwave transmitter site in Moyabi, Gabon. FIBS in the Falklands has switched its frequency of 2380 kHz. Book review: Ellic Howe - The Black Game. Wartime Deception. Comparison of the NRD515, ICR70 and the Drake R7A by Michael Schaay. 30:48
830708   31:33
830714 The Inside Story I: explain the extremely complex Dutch broadcasting system to a foreign audience. Topics of the first episode: original public broadcasters AVRO, VARA, NCRV and KRO. Radio Netherlands used to hire one of the studios from KRO for "Ship of the Week" in the 1950's before it had its own studio that could accommodate an audience. 24:40
830721 The Inside Story II: broadcasters who joined the public broadcasting system in the 1960's like TROS, Veronica, the evangelical EO. 24:57
830728 Inside Story III: profile of Radio Bloemendaal et al: has retained its mediumwave licence to broadcast on 1116 kHz since it was granted by the Dutch government in 1924. 30:10
830804 Datong 29:30
830811   30:49
830818 Caroline 30:34
830825 Caroline & Enormous Confusion: Radio Caroline is back from the North Sea, complete with sounds of the generators. Ruud Hendriks, producer of the media show on Veronica Radio which translated as the Enormous Confusion. 30:38
830901 Zimbabwe & Satellites: challenges facing the satellite broadcast industry. Richard Ginbey did a marathon overview of the history of broadcasting in Rhodesia/Zimbabwe, off-air recordings. Tuning suggestions from Andy Sennitt and Arthur Cushen. 30:42
830908 Grun YB 30:08
830915 Korean Airliner Shot Down: incident on September 1st 1983, when the Soviet government shot down a Korean airliner, flight 007. All 269 passengers and crew aboard the Korean airliner were killed, the aircraft was en route from Anchorage to Seoul when it flew through prohibited Soviet airspace around the time of a U.S. reconnaissance mission. Reaction of Radio Moscow, the voice of the Soviet government. 30:02
830922 ABC Radio Suriname: The Ampies Broadcasting Corporation started in Paramaribo, Surinam in 1975. "It was a new station with influence in a new republic", said the founder André Kamperveen. But on 8th December 1982, André Kamperveen and a fellow journalist Frank Wijngaarde were among 15 people murdered by the military government which then ruled Surinam. Two stations, one of them the ABC, were torched and set alight. Interview with Johnny Kamperveen before they went back on the air with a new station on December 6th 1983. 30:26
830929 AM STEREO: analogue technology 41:14
831006   30:40
831013 Radio Montserrat: Jeff White, island of Montserrat before the volcano caused devastation to this Caribbean holiday destination. Radio Antilles. Radio Canada International. Radio Earth has to move from the Netherlands Antilles to Florida. US astronaut Owen Garriott, one of the crew on board Space Shuttle STS-9. Shortwave receiver news Richard Ginbey explains how Radio Botswana explains its shortwave schedule. Dan Robinson reports from Nairobi, Kenya. 30:38
831020   30:49
831103 Dennis Powell reports on the US Invasion of Grenada: 30:48
831110 Robert Haslach: interview with the former producer and translator in the English section of Radio Netherlands 30:35
831124 Bill Whitacre on Radio Impacto, Desert Island Digits, Space Shuttle Owen Garriott, US Navy ELF, Book review on Monitor Magazine in UK on Radio Caroline. Perspective on satellite TV. fehlt
831201   30:47
831215   30:48
831222   32:05
831229 First Jingles Special: radio jingles, how they are made and what programmers in the 1980's thought they were for 30:37
83_bw Burst of the Worst 1983: blooper show, a lot of material was pre-recorded and making a mistake on air was frowned upon 29:56

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