Listening to Super Strength Ethiopian MW 1485 kHz 10kW (WRTVH2021) Negele Borana. As I listened I thought it sounded like Amharic but again more like Somali and so I knew this must be close to the Somalian border, sure enough its in the Oromia region. Incredible for just 10kW. If you listen to the recording you see the MW characteristics of slowly fading down to come back.
Negele (or Neghelle) is a town and separate district in southern Ethiopia. Located in the Guji Zone of the Oromia Region on the road connecting Addis Ababa to Dolo Odo, it is the largest town in the Borena Zone, traditionally inhabited by the Borana Oromo. It has a latitude and longitude of 5°20′N 39°35′ECoordinates: 5°20′N 39°35′E with an altitude of about 1,475 meters above sea level. Negele Borana’s principal importance is that a barrack revolt in this town is considered the first incident of the Ethiopian Revolution.[1] Moyale town is greatly affected by the regional clashes between Borana and the Somali community. It’s believed that Somali community were settled by the Ethiopian government back in 1991 as refugees due to war in Somalia. Ethiopian government have taken little mechanism to address this sole and disturbing issues.(Wikipedia)
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Victor Goonetilleke to WRTH fb group (2021-07-27)

United States

KXPL-1060 [El Paso TX] is reportedly back on the air, at least as a daytimer. Also on 1060, note that XEEP has been re-licensed as XECPAE and has started using those calls in their IDs.
(Alfredo Hernandez via) Tim Hall to fb group (2021-07-06)

United States

After a 14 month silent period and a “fire sale” of the station to a new owner, KDYL 1060 (South Salt Lake City, UT) is back on the air. KDYL is currently stunting with an automated soft rock format, but according to a recent post on the “Talking Utah Radio” discussion board, the new owner plans to air a Spanish language format once the stunting period has ended. KDYL offers a new twilight DX target for 1060, as it powers down from 10 kW days to 149 watts at night to protect Class A stations KYW and XEEP.
David Wilson to I Love AM Radio FB group (2021-06-18)


Rs1.9 bn allocated for 15 Information Division projects.
The government has allocated around Rs1.9 billion for 15 ongoing and new schemes of Information and Broadcasting Division under the Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) of fiscal year 2021-22, including setting up of a digital and social media simulation lab.

As per the PSDP, an amount of Rs1457.465 million has been allocated for seven new schemes, while a sum of Rs442.218 earmarked for the eight ongoing schemes. The eight ongoing schemes including 100KW (kilowatt) medium-wave radio station at Gwadar, modernisation of camera and procurement of production equipment of Pakistan Television (PTV) Corporation, broadcast station at Barkhan, rebroadcast stations at Kharan and Ziarat (Balochistan) and Kotli (AJK), rehabilitation of medium-wave services from Muzaffarabad and replacement of medium-wave transmitter at Mirpur.

The seven new schemes included in the PSDP 2021-22 are: carrying out feasibility study for the establishment of Pakistan Media University, setting up an auditorium and passenger lift at Radio Pakistan, Multan, digital and social media simulation lab at Information Service Academy, Islamabad with Rs28.735 million, Pakistan Information Centres (phase-I), pilot project of DTMB-A (digitalisation of terrestrial network) and reconstructing of news operations by replacing existing outdated equipment with modern cutting-edge technology.
The International News, Islamabad (2021-06-12)