Arctic Radio’s CFAR 102.9 FM / 590 AM at 316 Green Street in Flin Flon, Manitoba.
CFAR signed on the air in 1937 originally on 1370. In 1946 the station moved to 590. In 2013 CFAR flipped to 102.9 but kept 590 on the air as a rebroadcaster to serve remote areas not within range of the new FM signal.
CFAR is one of only a handful of stations in Canada to retain its original AM signal after making the move to FM.
Canadian Radio News fb group (2020-07-12)


Philippines top broadcaster ABS-CBN denied new licence. (10 July 2020).
One of the Philippines’ largest broadcasters, ABS-CBN, has been refused a new licence after being forced off air in May. On Friday, an overwhelming majority of a parliamentary committee rejected as “undeserving” ABS-CBN’s request for a 25-year extension of its franchise. Government critics say the refusal is directly connected to the channel’s criticism of President Rodrigo Duterte. […]
Hansjörg Biener to WOR (2020-07-10)


Probably the only remaining AM transmitter in the country on 279 kHz has been operating very irregularly and even then with hardly any modulation.
WRTHmonitor June 2020 updates (2020-07-09)


Re. rumours about RTL 234 kHz (2020-06-04) Rémy Friess has responded at
“These rumours have been going on since Europe1 closed its longwave transmitter. But the station has never confirmed any of these.
However the station seems to go on reduced power every evening. This has been going on for months. At 1820 UTC (1920 UTC in the winter) ±2 minutes there is a break in transmission of about 5 seconds. Then the signal comes back with lower power.”
Mike Terry to WOR (2020-07-09)

North Macedonia

Medium wave switched off in North Macedonia. The list of countries in which AM broadcasting has ended now also include North Macedonia.
At least since June 25, 2020, the 810 kHz Ovce Pole medium wave transmitter in Lozovo southeast of Skopje has not been in operation.

Kai Ludwig in Radio-News at Radio Eins (2020-07-03)


Our man on the spot in northern Israel confirms that the 10 kW transmitter on 1458 kHz at She’ar Yashuv, which used to carry Reshet Alef or KAN TARBUT (Culture Network), has now been reactivated, but with a different channel, KAN MORESHET (Heritage Network). It is parallel with 100.7 (Haifa) and 90.8 (Kohav Hayarden).
The primary target is the far northern town of Kiryat Shmona, as well as the settlements on the Golan Heights that the FM signals do not reach.
Ray Robinson, Voice of Hope World Radio Network, Americas/Africa/Middle East to WOR (2020-07-05)