“People’s radio station Hulun-Buira” – Voice of the Mongols of China.
PBS Hulun Buir The People’s Radio Station Hulun Buir from Inner Mongolia (PRC) broadcasts on short and medium wave in Mongolian and Chinese. News, music, programs on the theme of culture and society sound on the air.
The first station from the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region began broadcasting on November 1, 1950, and became the first of its kind to broadcast to an ethnic minority in the new China. In 1970, this radio station received the call sign “People’s radio station Hulun-Buira”.
Today the radio station broadcasts around the clock at a frequency of 6.080 kHz and at a medium wavelength of 954 kHz. The signal spreads far beyond Inner Mongolia. The station can be received in Siberia and the Far East. True, the transmitter power is small 10 kW.
Received the signal on March 18 at 01.50-02.30 UTC in Ulan-Ude at a frequency of 6.080 kHz. Poor to moderate quality. There was little interference from an adjacent frequency. Signal decays were quite frequent. The program includes music, a news release and a program on contemporary music of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (PRC).
Igor Kolke via RUS-DX (2021-03-21)