Pakistan

Radio Pakistan started a four-hour Radio school test run transmission to promote distant learning in the country.
To this effect, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Radio Pakistan and the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training to promote distant learning in the country. The MoU was signed by Director General Radio Pakistan Ms. Ambreen Jan and Additional Secretary Ministry of Education and Professional Training Mr. Mohyuddin Ahmad Wani in Islamabad last Friday.
Under the MoU, Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training will provide the content of the transmission to impart Primary level education to children.
These educational programmes will be broadcast from various medium wave and FM networks of Radio Pakistan from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon and then as repeat broadcast from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm seven days a week.
1. Islamabad 500 kW 585 kHz
2. D.I.Khan 100 kW 711 kHz
3. Quetta 100 kW 1134 kHz
4. Turbat 100 kW 981 kHz
5. Khuzdar 300 kW 567 kHz
6. Loralai 10 kW 1251 kHz
7. Larkana 100 kW 1053 kHz
https://www.urdupoint.com/en/pakistan/radio-pakistan-starts-test-run-transmission-o-1095024.html
UrduPoint Pakistan Point News (2020-11-24))

United States

Say goodbye to “L.A. Oldies” on December 1st:
KSUR will drop its oldies format, and KMZT “K-Mozart” Classical will take its place at 1260 AM on 12/1/2020. KSUR is presently stunting with Christmas music until the flip takes place.
David Wilson to “I Love AM Radio” fb group
via DX LISTENERS’ CLUB fb group (2020-11-24)

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)

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
land-based.
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
memories@radiocaroline.co.uk and remember, it’s the only email address
that gets you straight through to our ‘North’ broadcasters directly.
http://radiocaroline.co.uk/home.html
Mike Terry to WOR groups.io (2020-11-16)

Netherlands

Although, as you wrote in the news, 109 LPAM stations have a license of this list https://www.radio-tv-nederland.nl/am/am.html , only about 50% are really on-air on a regular base, e.g. 12/7 or 24/7. Many stations are still under construction, some have their license for YEARS and not one second even online. Some stations are only 2 hours on-air on Saturday (11~13 hrs) like Neverland AM from Venlo on 1035 kHz. At least all stations with a green dot in the right column are NOT on-air since they have a license.
We have also SW LPSW stations, here is the list 
https://radio-tv-nederland.nl/am/kg.html . You will hear them because they use 1 kW! Because the licenses are expensive, I think many stations will stop at the end of the year, also some professional parties have a much better DAB+ coverage now.

About my station Album AM at 846 & 1251 kHz. I use only one PWM transmitter and inverted-L antenna, 1251 kHz is ALWAYS off-air because I obtained it as an exclusive for Holland frequency. It is not so good as 846 kHz (lower frequency) so the coverage is less and especially when it is dark it is a bad frequency because of a strong station (25 kW) from Hungary, 846 kHz has interference with Radio North (3 kW) from Ireland. I use it as spare, when somebody occupies my 846 kHz legally (distance 50~60 max. power 50 W pep, 60+ km max. power 100 W pep) and has an exceptional good antenna, I will switch to 1251 kHz when I experience strong interference halfway so I am happy with my exclusive for Holland 1251 kHz!
René, Album AM (2020-10-31)

Canada

(CRTC) Reduction in local programming proposed for CKGM 690 Montreal.
Bell Media has applied to reduce locally produced programming from 96 to 63 hours per week on CKGM “TSN 690” in Montreal. Bell states that a reduction in the number of local programming hours will allow for additional coverage of live sporting throughout the broadcast year, such as Toronto Blue Jays baseball, NFL Football and NHL Playoffs.
Canadian Radio News fb group (2020-10-30)

Mexico

XEFRTM-770 Fresnillo, Zacatecas (replacement for the widely-heard XEIH which moved to FM several years ago) is reportedly on the air with 25kW and W Radio programming via some kind of a lease agreement. Slogan is apparently W Radio Zacatecas. The W Radio network has seemingly not yet created individual web sites for their newer stations like XEQRMD-1310 and XEFRTM-770. Another target for my upcoming trip to the Nevada-Utah desert.
Tim Hall to MWDX – The National Radio Club (2020-10-27)

Norway

On today’s trip to the broadcasting site we made some changes to the use of our radio stations, thanks again to LA7CFA!
1314 kHz Radio Northern Star is now on this frequency with its classic pop and rock format 1659-0007 CET. 700 watts from a Hercules 1 kW and Comrod antenna. Today, the transmission time was also increased to 0525-0950. The rest of the broadcast time is set aside for programs on health as well as FBK’s own programs. The new local radio licensee in Bergen Radio Rummur has also been given some airtime on Wednesday night.
1611 kHz has so far been Radio Northern Star‘s main frequency. But we plan that this channel at least the next six months will send our new country station The C. This is on the air from today from its Hercules 2 kW transmitter. Transmission time as before 1459-0007. Slightly down in transmitter power to 400 watts to adapt better to the inverted V antenna, but with better modulation than before makes us think this will still go far. So far heard in 15 countries.
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Svenn Martinsen in DX-LISTENERS’ CLUB fb group (2020-10-26)

United States

KFXD 630 Boise [5000W – Idaho] (ex KIDO) has flipped format.
At the moment calling itself “105.5 Darrell FM” (long story) and playing a variety of current pop hits, hip hop, and a classic rock song dropped in.
Bill Frahm in MWDX – The National Radio Club fb group (2020-10-24)

United Kingdom

Tune in for more nostalgia with another Radio Caroline North broadcast this weekend 17th-18th October.
You’ll hear all the best music from the 60s – early 90s, plus the chance to win some goodies from our Web Shop, this time kindly sponsored by Alan and Dawn Sharp from Enfield, Middlesex.
Sadly again, due to ‘social distancing’ restrictions, we can’t use our radio-ship Ross Revenge this time, so the broadcast will be land-based.
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 during the broadcast via memories@radiocaroline.co.uk and remember, it’s the only email address that gets you straight through to our ‘North’ broadcasters directly.
http://www.radiocaroline.co.uk/
Mike Terry to WOR groups.io (2020-10-15)