Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Radio City Maribor is a radio station located in the city of Maribor, Slovenia. It can be heard from northeastern part of the country on the frequency of 100.6 MHz and 100.7 MHz. It is also available on the internet through their official website. Maribor is the second largest city in Slovenia, with 106,308 inhabitants as of 2008. Maribor lies on the river Drava at the meeting point of the Pohorje mountain, the Drava Valley, the Drava Plain, and the Kozjak and Slovenske gorice hill ranges. Maribor''s coat of arms features a white dove flying downwards above a white castle with two towers and a portcullis on a red shield.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Radio Lumbini is a Nepalese radio station. It started broadcasting in 10 February 2000 and is locally financed. It is known for being the first co-operative radio in South Asia and the first rural radio station in Nepal. It transmits on 96.8 MHz. Radio Lumbini transmits for eightee hours a day, and produces programmes related to social, cultural and environmental awareness. It is located near Lumbini, the birth place of Gautam Buddha. Its official website is www.radiolumbini.org, and can listen the live radio on it. Radio broadcasting is an audio (sound) broadcasting service, broadcast through the air as radio waves (a form of electromagnetic radiation) from a transmitter to a receiving antenna. Stations can be linked in radio networks to broadcast common programming, either in syndication or simulcast or both. Audio broadcasting also can be done via cable FM, local wire networks, satellite and the Internet.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Radio Singapore International was the official international broadcasting station of Singapore. Radio Singapore International (RSI) was a shortwave radio station that broadcast out of Singapore. The station, which was run by MediaCorp Radio, broadcast in English, Mandarin, Malay and Indonesian. The English service operated on shortwave between 1100hrs - 1400hrs UTC daily on 6080 kHz and 6150 kHz (49m Band). A "live" audio stream was also available on its website. Its signal was carried "live" for an hour daily on Singapore's main English news station, 938LIVE (FM 93.8 MHz). RSI's news and current affairs programming cover financial, economic, and political developments around the world, but primarily around Southeast Asia.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Hirata Station is a train station in Sukumo, K chi Prefecture, Japan. The Tosa Kuroshio Railway is a railway company in K chi Prefecture, Japan. The name comes from the province of Tosa and Kuroshio Current. The third sector company, founded in 1986, took a former Japanese National Railways line, Nakamura Line, and later two JNR planned lines those constructions were halted halfway through, Sukumo and Asa lines. This is one of the few Japanese railway operator that provide its official website in Japanese, English, and French.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Radio Rovers is the official radio station of the English Premiership football side Blackburn Rovers FC. It was launched at Ewood park on 30 October 1993 and was the first dedicated football club radio station in the United Kingdom. The studio is located in the Darwen End one of the stands at Blackburns Ground Ewood Park. The station only airs on Blackburn match days. The broadcast includes pre-match build up, music, team news, and manager comments before the match, full commentary during the match and post-match analysis, interviews, and viewer phone-ins after. The channel begins broadcasting 4 hours prior to kick off, and a typical day covers 7 hours on-air. The station broadcasts a ''free to air'' service under an OFCOM RSL (restricted service license) on 1404 kHz am around Blackburn. It is available anywhere in the world via the club''s official website rovers.co.uk - for which you pay an annual subscription and is also available for disabled fans inside the ground on match days.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Before reading further the reader should be aware that this article contains misleading and incorrect information. This article is not sanctioned by Radio Caroline. To read the official history and to find out about the station today visit their website here. Radio Caroline is the name of various broadcasting ventures situated in several different countries, from ships that were anchored in both territorial or international waters. The name originated with fashion and society magazine editor Beatrix Miller as early as December 1961 but the first attempt to use it for radio broadcasting only began in 1964. While some people involved with this first usage had also associated themselves with other radio broadcasting ventures of the same name, the original commercial operation was financially and legally unrelated to those that followed after 1967.