Passport to World Band Radio 2001
International Broadcasting Services, Limited, Nov 1, 2000 - Performing Arts - 140 pages
Now expanded to nearly 600 pages, this guide covers news, music, sports and drama in English and other languages from hundreds of public broadcasters and private stations, with detailed reports on new models, helpful how-to articles, and on-the-spot global reportage by leading personalities. 140 photos, 80 in color.
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If you want to know whats on the radio dial on the world bands and the equiptment needed to receive it this is what you need! Passport has revues on most available world band receivers,antennas and other assorted gear to hear the world.Also,times and frequencies of most stations from powerhouse ones like Voice Of America to weak seldom heard outside of a few miles from the source .Albania to Yemen.News and Music from other voices;different perspectives on our world.The book advertizes itself as T.V.Guide for world band radios and that is accurate.A must if you enjoy shortwave.
Review: Passport to World Band Radio, 2008 Edition (Passport to World Band Radio)User Review - George Bradford - Goodreads
The monopolization of broadcast media in the United States strikes a near fatal blow to our democracy. The power to decide "what" is news and "how" it will be communicated to the public rests in too ... Read full review
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