mn_1984

Media Network 1984

mn_1984Von 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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  Media Network  
Datei Inhalt Dauer
  1984  
840112   30:34
840119   38:26
840126   46:14
840216 Australia: news of the rebuild of Radio Australia's Darwin transmission facility, following damage by Cyclone Tracy in 1974. Barry Seeber reports that 3250 kW are being tested. The English language broadcasts will be relayed by Darwin once the station is fully operational. News of shortwave tests from KFBS Saipan with a 100 kW transmitter. Arthur Cushen, Victor Goonetilleke, Bill Whitacre. The BBC has announced plans for a satellite TV service. Sinclair computing is interested in producing receivers for the home. We review the ICR-71 communications receiver. 30:54
840301 Satellite TV Plans & Offshore News: state of international satellite television. A commercial company in Amsterdam called Holland on Satellite was hiring airtime in the US for Holland promotion. Douglas Muggeridge, BBC's Managing Director of External Broadcasting. Radio France Internationale, relay station in French Guyana. Laser 730 signs off temporarily. Kas Van Iersel has been talking with the founder of Radio Paradise. 30:31
840308 Propagation & Radio Truth: HCJB in Quito Ecuador. New transmitter site in Sveio, Norway. Jim Vastenhoud talks about the possible move to Single Sideband. Receiver Shopping List Edition 7. Radio Truth, a station beaming from South Africa towards Zimbabwe. Radio Database International. Larry Magne. 31:05
840315 CFRB Toronto: low-power Canadian shortwave relays. Feature of CFRB/CFRX in Toronto. Harold Sellers, one of the founders of the Ontario DX Association. 30:39
840323 SW Commercial Radio & Philips AC739: shortwave stations in the USA, FCC, WRNO in New Orleans. Philips AC739, one of the few car radio shortwave receivers with more than the 49 metre band on them. 30:54
840329 AFN Soesterberg: TV programmes from the American Forces base at Soesterberg. NTSC. Report from Rolf Lovstrom about why the US military wants a radio station in Norway. London Greek Cypriot radio in London. Interview with Hans Bakhuizen who had been looking at shortwave as a back-up plan incase of a nuclear war that wiped out satellites. African media report from Richard Ginbey. Interview with David Hermges, Head of the English Section at Austrian Radio. 29:22
840329rl WRLI - Wonderful Radio London International from Arlington Texas. Radio Veronica, 25th anniversary. Paul Ballster, offshore radio DJ's on UK legal stations. Dennis Powell looks at the battle for listeners in Cuba. Baseball is seen as Radio Marti's secret weapon. RTV Hong Kong. Perspective feature, with the retirement of Joop Acda. 30:04
840405 NHK Radio Japan Plans to strengthen their overseas signal. Interview with Nico Bogaart, Director General at Radio Netherlands for a very short period. Much liked for his kindness and approachability, he sadly took his own life a short time after taking office. 30:33
840419 ICOM-ICR71E: communications receiver 30:32
840423 Radio Oranje Part 2. Laser 558. MN Newsdesk at start of show before documentary feature. fehlt
840426 Radio Andorra back since 1981. fehlt
840503 Spy Intruders & UBIX: spy number station strayed into the part of the dial reserved for ham radio operators, signal coming from Czechoslovakia. Clandestine transmissions beaming across the straits of Florida. Robert Horvitz asked the organisers of Radio Abdala what was holding up their return to the airwaves. Dennis Powell, new type of rating system, Audiscan. Universal Shortwave has set up an electronic bulletin board and Dxers Directory. Fred Osterman. 39:20
840510 Sky Channel & Laser 558: Laser Radio is back from the North Sea. Prof John Campbell has been investigating The Voice of National Resistance of Mozambique which has been closed down as part of an agreement between South Africa and Mozambique. Radio Free Suriname is still on the air on 6850 kHz. Unofficial FM pirates operating in German from Belgium near Aachen. Bob Chaundy reports on the Philips D7456 cassette radio and 9 band shortwave receiver. African Media News with Richard Ginbey who reports on stations from Southern Africa. Radio Japan. Radio Sweden. Sky Channel's Patrick Cox explains why it has taken so long to get their signal distributed in the Netherlands. 30:19
840531 Red Cross Profile: how the International Committee for the Red Cross set up its communications system based on ham radio equipment. Launch of the satellite network Music Box. 29:24
840607 Radio Camilo Cienfuegos: clandestine station from Central America targeting Cuban troops serving in Angola and Ethiopia, named after the Cuban revolutionary who fought alongside Castro. Laser Radio 558. Richard Ginbey's Mediaview looks at Equatorial Guinea, off-air clips of Radio Malabo. Hans Bakhuizen explains how, MICROMUF, a computer program for propagation has been developed. Arthur Cushen, DX meetings in the South Pacific. 30:08
840614 EDXC Stockholm: European DX Council meeting. Contributions from Professor John Campbell. Richard Ginbey has some unique recordings from Radio Cameroon. 28:53
840628 Long Delayed Echoes: Light and radio waves travel 7 times around the world in one second. So how can you explain some echoes noted on early shortwave broadcasts from PCJ, sometimes of several seconds? Did the ionosphere have a memory? Was the sun part of the equation? Intros by Nic Newman 30:10
840721 200th show including RNTC: consumer guides like the Receiver Shopping List were revamped. Profile of the Radio Netherlands Training Centre. Started in 1969 in combination with Philips, the training centre became very important to Radio Netherlands strategy in Africa and Latin America. Philosophy of Jaap Swart, the centre's first managing director. 29:44
840816   31:01
840830 Give Us a Job: business of international broadcasting, phone calls with international broadcasters to find out if they were in a "recruitment posture" as VOA described it 31:11
840906 Firato 84 special fehlt
840913 The Hitch-Hikers Guide to DXing Episode One (zuerst gesendet 1981) + Africa Media News, including Voice of Liberation and Radio Lotus. fehlt
840920 The Hitch-Hikers Guide to DXing Episode Two (zuerst gesendet 1981) fehlt
841004 The Hitch-Hikers Guide to DXing Episode Four (zuerst gesendet 1981) 31:36
841011 The Hitch-Hikers Guide to DXing Episode Five - Frequency Police in Geneva (zuerst gesendet 1981) 29:36
841018 The Hitch-Hikers Guide to DXing Episode Six - Monitoring the Situation (zuerst gesendet 1982) 29:14
841022 Radio Marti, Radio Earth, Info Dutch, Blue Danube Radio, Vienna (John Wilde interview). How will computers be in25 years. fehlt
841023 International Radio FM Review, Paul Hunter, Essex. fehlt
841025 London Pirates: double report from Roger Tidy and Bob Tomalski from London. FM pirates operating out of semi-permanent locations in the tower blocks that dominate the skyline in North and South London. David Hermges - disappearance of Austrian regional station Radio Tyrol. Professor John Campbell - clandestine news from Tonga. Jim Young, WaveView - new type of low power television transmitter. Friesland DX contests. First test transmissions from the Flevo transmitter site. Maldives SW transmitter is off the air. 30:25
841101 First tests the new Radio Netherlands transmitter site out on the Flevo polder near Zeewolde. Return of Wonderful Radio London International. John England, Texas. 30:03
841108   41:13
841115 WMLK, religious radio station in Bethel, PA USA. Gordon Bennett, UK listener - receiver specifications, lack of standards in measuring radio. Pete Myers reports on the FRG-8800 from Yaesu. Book review - Harrier at War by Alfred Price about the radio side to the Falklands Conflict in 1982. Richard Ginbey has a Mediaview feature on broadcasting in Rwanda. Nevil Gray, Deutsche Welle - "Publicity in Africa project". Andy Sennitt has news about King of Hope in Lebanon. 30:58
841206   34:36
841213   31:12
841220 RFB600L, Panasonic receiver review, Radio Monique, Cuba. fehlt
841227 What time is it? Time signal stations: WWVH from Hawaii, CHU from Canada, VNG from Australia. Interview with VOA 30:37

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