Antenne Domstad was briefly testing the LPAM frequency 1179 kHz from Utrecht today.
In recent weeks, a signal was also spotted on 828 kHz from Utrecht.”
1179 is delegated to them, 828 is delegated to Stichting Middengolf
(mediumwave foundation) both with 100 Watt. I don’t know if they
828 from Utrecht is also green and someone here told me that this means
that they haven’t started broadcasting yet.
Marco (2020-11-18)


Radio208 has been running fine with 500 Watt from Ishøj on 1440 kHz with the new cooling system which was installed in the old CCA transmitter on September 24th.  
Sometimes the connection from the studio to the transmitter in Ishøj breaks down. When this happens instrumental guitar is aired (from the DEVA device). We are considering how to overcome this problem.  
Radio208 Newsletter (2020-11-18)


World Music RadioWMR: The exact place for the aerial for 927 kHz has been agreed upon with the land owner, the aerial “mast” and the concrete footing have been purchased. The transmitter was already purchased some time ago. The site is some 100 m from the Radio208 aerial on 5805 kHz in Hvidovre, Copenhagen.  Hopefully 927 and 5805 will coexist without any problems.
WMR Newsletter (2020-11-18)

United States

Format change: KOAN-AM 1080 Anchorage, AK
Not that this will matter much to anyone except locals and those arctic north DXers, but KOAN 1080 Anchorage has dropped talk radio programming for spanish music.
Source: Station facebook page, the station has been sold as the owner is running for mayor and wants to avoid any conflict of interest.
Paul B. Walker Jr. to I Love AM Radio fb group and shared to DX-LISTENERS’ CLUB fb group (2020-11-18)


RTE Ireland [252 kHz] uses the same transmitter as Atlantic 252 did until it closed on 20 December 2002.
Atlantic 252 broadcast from Ireland with high power daytime authorised up to 500kW but reduced to 100kW overnight.
However, RTE uses lower power 24/7. Often Algeria is stronger than RTE on 252 here in the UK.
Mike Terry – pointing this out in a commentary track of WOR (2020-11-17)

El Salvador

According to several reports in Arctic Radio Club’s “mv-eko” Radio Elohim YSGS in San Salvador has reactivated 1630 kHz.
During the night to November 5th it was heard by several DXers in Sweden identifying as “Radio Elohim 1120 AM – Con las dos Alas del Evangelio Alabanza y Palabra”.
Glenn Hauser in WOR (2020-11-17)

United Kingdom

From the Radio Caroline website:
Tune in for more nostalgia with another Radio Caroline North broadcast
this weekend 21st-22nd November.
You’ll hear all the best music from the 60s – early 90s, plus the chance
to win some wonderful prizes courtesy of Tonbey London.
Sadly again, due to current restrictions restrictions, we can’t use our
radio-ship Ross Revenge this time, so the broadcast will be
Listen in on 648 AM in the South and South-East, on 1368 AM
in the North and North-West courtesy of our friends at Manx Radio, the
Radio Caroline app and around the world online here (via the Manx AM
Radio Player).
We’d love to hear from [you] during the broadcast via and remember, it’s the only email address
that gets you straight through to our ‘North’ broadcasters directly.
Mike Terry to WOR (2020-11-16)


DXpedition AIH124 in Lapland will be ending soon. On Saturday morning I’ll be heading south with Jim Solatie. I haven’t continued my daily postings here, because I’ve mainly tried to focus on working remotely this week, and so keeping all the recordings running at the same time has been enough of a challenge.
Propagation has been average, no terrific historic openings to any particular direction, but we did enjoy a few short bursts of rare stations for instance from Brazil, the U.S. Midwest and Queensland. Also, our new 214-degree wire turned out to be fabulous in netting stations from Nigeria, Algeria, Spain, Italy and the Netherlands, when listening to more far-away targets didn’t keep us occupied.
Anyhow, here’s my five-cent tour of the Aihkiniemi DX cabin, shot in one take, mostly intended for those of you who haven’t yet visited the place.
Mika Mäkeläinen in fb group (2020-11-14)
Absolutely worth a look! I would love to go there myself some day…. (Ed)

New Zealand

NZ Medium Wave Changes
New Plymouth stations RNZ National 918, NewsTalk ZB 1053 and Coast 1359 all left the air on 13 November, opening up new DX opportunities for Kiwi DXers.
The sole remaining New Plymouth AM station – Gold AM on 774 will remain, though a relocation of the transmitter is anticipated.
The other NZ station on 1359 – More FM Queenstown – has also ceased broadcasting.
Bryan Clark to fb group (2020-11-13)


Today may be the last day we hear  AIR Mumbai 1044 kHz (100 kW)  and AIR Kolkata on 1008 kHz  (100 kW) in AM Mode.  From tomorrow 14 Nov 2020 these channels will change over to PURE DRM.
These channels along with AIR Chennai 783 kHz (20kW)  &  AIR New Delhi 1368 kHz (20 kW)  both of which that had already changed over from AM to Pure DRM mode some time back will operate continuously for 22 hrs. per day  in Pure DRM  at  5.00 pm to 3.00 pm IST (ie 1130 to 0930 UTC) with 3 program channels from tomorrow.
Note: The following channels of AIR  from these cities will however still  be available, on AM Mode on MW:
Chennai:  720
Kolkata: 657 & 1323
Mumbai : 558
New Delhi : 666 & 819
The above channels (except 1323 kHz) are in operating in Simulcast Mode ie both in  AM & DRM modes.
Yours sincerely, Jose Jacob, VU2JOS, National Institute of Amateur Radio 
Hyderabad, India.
Zacharias Liangas via WOR (2020-11-13)