There is one station listed in 1350:
I don’t know how that is pronounced in Italian, this may or may not be the station you’re looking for.
The location http://firstname.lastname@example.org,9.500000,17z doesn’t show an antenna, but according to Google Earth Pro Desktop on Linux these are from Sept 2019, so the antenna might been built after the photo was taken.
Also against is the power of 100 Watt, if I assume that you received it in Germany that a a really high range.
You can use these public SDRs to find out more, maybe you receive it better and understand the ID: http://rx.linkfanel.net/
Translated from German:
“For about 1-2 weeks there is definitely a new station on air from Italy on the 1350 kHz . So far – due to my poor language / translation skills – it can be identified with “Si ……… Mediumwave” and the occasional information “Mailand and Milano”. This station plays mostly older, partly newer English-language pop music with news every half hour. It seems to transmit around the clock, but with a very weak transmission power of 200 watts at most.
Until the end of 2018 the former pirate station “I AM-Radio” used the 1350 kHz with about 1 KW power. Shortly after its end, “Radio Milano” officially started operating on the 1602 kHz, taking over some elements from I AM-Radio.”
Steffen Mehnert (2020-09-13)
Anybody knows something about this station?
Ydun Ritz (2020-09-13)
The WNJC 1360 (Washington township NJ) DX-test is going on right now until 1000 UTC and again 0400-1000 UTC tomorrow morning (September 13th).
Reception reports can be sent to KC2DUX@duxpond.com
Ydun Ritz (2020-09-12)
QSL came quickly from WNJC 1360 [Washington Twp, NJ] after the DX-test this morning. KC2DUX John Hamann said, they just used 1250 watt today, but tomorrow the effect will be increased.
Kai Mauseth to DX-LISTENERS’ CLUB fb group (2020-09-12)
WNJC 1360 [Washington Twp, NJ] DX test heard at Smøla island, mid-Norway at 04:31Z with morse code IDs, mixing with WDRC. Splatter from 1359.
Bjarne Mjelde to DXing.info fb group (2020-09-12)
Starting next week VOA Spanish programs for Venezuela will be relayed on 600 kHz (listed 50 kW) via Radio Libertad in Barranquilla, Colombia. The broadcasts are scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. on September 15th, or 0000 UTC September 16th. The schedule I received shows the relays as being three hours long Monday to Friday (local days) and two hours long on Saturday and Sunday.
VOA via Don Moore to DXing,info fb group (2020-09-11)
Several DXers in The Netherlands and Belgium reported the reception of RNE R5 Todo Noticias on 1350 kHz.
Reception was mostly between 2130 and 2200 UTC.
In Spain the station wasn’t heard and RNE has no stations on this frequency, so it is mystery.
Possibly some pirate relaying these Radio Todo Noticias programs?
Max van Arnhem, The Netherlands (2020-09-11)
Does anybody know more about this mystery?
Ydun Ritz (2020-09-11)
According to an email received today from NRK Publikumsservice the new transmitter, which is in use on 1485 kHz NRK Longyearbyen Svalbard, installed in spring 2020, is still running 1 kW, and not 3 kW.
They are awaiting approval from The Norwegian Communications Authority (Nkom) to increase power.
Ydun Ritz (2020-09-11)
The CEO and owner of EAJ29 Radio Inter, Madrid, 918 kHz, and conductor of the morning magazine of this station, Carlos Peñaloza, said some days ago on air that they would install a 100 kW transmitter to replace the old, german tube 20 kW transmitter (I guess Telefunken) which has been on air in a precarious state from long time ago, with years of damaged performance, with loud heterodyne noise, beating hiss and unstable carrier.
In the last decade, the company entered in a decadence and the facilities, neglected, had a historic of outages of the signal, up to more than a week off air, and the site had been even vandalized some years ago with the cooper being looted and other damages.
I must note that the license the owners have for EAJ29 on 918 kHz is for a power up to 50 kW, and no more, as do EAJ2, EAJ7, EAK1 in Madrid, EAJ1, EAJ15 and EAJ39 in Barcelona, EAJ3 and EAK5 in Valencia, etcetera. None private station on medium wave in Spain is or has been, allowed to use more than such power.
For the moment the station is off the air, only available on tiny FM frequency and streaming. Mr. Peñaloza also informed the audience about the good speed of the restoration works of the facilities.
Guillermo Sáez, Valencia (2020-09-11)
KNX 1070 kHz Los Angeles, one of the oldest radio stations in the United States, celebrates its 100 years today September 10th.
Ydun Ritz (2020-09-10)