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Glenn Hauser logs July 4-5, 2018

Glenn Hauser
 

** CUBA. 15140, July 4 at 1900, RHC starting first English hour of the day on proper frequency, not 11760 where it was on July 2 with 15140 off. 15140 is strong but squealing, and now 11760 is off. Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** KOREA NORTH [non]. 9465, July 5 at 1259 pop song, what`s this? 1300 Korean talk in music, and catch a partial ID ``il bon ue``, as in Aoki/NDXC: 9465 1300-1329 TAIWAN Nippon no Kaze il bon ue Kor Tamsui District 1-7, i.e. one of the clandestines originating in Japan about North Korean abduxions. (At 1330, FEBC Philippines takes over 9465.)

6165, this reminds me to check for Shiokaze = Sea Breeze, which simultaneously should be starting weekly English Thursday July 5 at 1300, but JBA carrier at best, or have they QSYed again for a new month? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NEW ZEALAND. 5980, July 5 at 1302, RNZI news with item about ABC journalists being banned from Nauru, quite a controversy; and TS Maria approaching the NMI, threatening to become a typhoon. So look out for missing Saipan and Tinian transmissions. As for Nauru, here are the stories:

PINA CALLS FOR NAURU AND ABC TO RESOLVE 'IMPASSE'
10:22 am on 5 July 2018
http://www.radionz.co.nz/international/pacific-news/361130/pina-calls-for-nauru-and-abc-to-resolve-impasse

The Pacific Islands News Association is calling on Nauru and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to use the "Pacific way" to resolve what it calls the impasse between them.

Solomons Media Association president Charles Kadamana, (left), congratulates Kora Nou. Kora Nou Photo: Solomon Fresh-Beat [caption]

This follows Nauru saying no ABC journalists will be allowed into the country to cover the Pacific Islands Forum summit in September.

The Nauru Government had accused the ABC of misreporting.

The ABC meanwhile has indicated it is still aiming to attend the summit.

The Pacific Islands News Association, or PINA, which is made up of most media bodies in the Pacific said it wants Nauru to rescind the decision.

The PINA president Kora Nou said he was confident that if both parties sat down and talked amicably the matter would resolved.

He said the Forum summit makes decisions that directly impact on the people of the Pacific and so it is imperative that Nauru, the ABC and the Forum try and resolve the matter.

Mr Nou also appealed to journalists to exercise responsibility in their coverage.

NAURU'S ABC STANCE CONDEMNED BY PACIFIC FREEDOM FORUM
7:17 pm on 5 July 2018
http://www.radionz.co.nz/international/pacific-news/361154/nauru-s-abc-stance-condemned-by-pacific-freedom-forum

The Nauru government's refusal to allow journalists from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to cover the Pacific Forum Leaders summit has been condemned by the Pacific media watchdog.

Nauru's President Baron Divavesi Waqa (L) shakes hands with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Nauru's President Baron Waqa Photo: Yomiuri

The Pacific Freedom Forum said the reasons Nauru had given did not justify the ban.

Its chair Monica Miller said the PFF was calling on the Nauru government to reconsider this stance, and use the public complaints mechanisms to raise its concerns.

Ms Miller said the summit gives the appearance of unity, but stopping journalists from one Forum member covering the summit is divisive.

The Nauru government claimed it is exercising a sovereign right, but Ms Miller said the summit is a regional event and the ABC is the public broadcaster of a Forum member.

The organisation also wants the Forum secretariat to appeal to the hosts to drop the ban.

A co-chair of the PFF, Bernadette Carreon, said small island nations which cannot send their reporters to regional events rely on the ABC for Pacific news.

She said journalists should be able to attend important regional events like the Pacific Islands Forum and selectively barring reporters from covering the summit is not acceptable.

Nauru ignores appeal from Australian PM

Nauru has ignored an appeal from Australia's prime minister to allow the ABC into the country for the upcoming Pacific Islands Forum.

The Sydney Morning Herald reported that Malcolm Turnbull's government had lobbied Nauru through diplomatic channels for weeks in the hope of securing the ABC a place at the summit.

But Nauru ignored the efforts, on Monday releasing an inflammatory statement banning the ABC from the island "under any circumstances," apparently for unfair coverage.

Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull Photo: AFP

The ABC - which has reported extensively on Nauru and Australia's detention centres there - was due to fill one of the positions in the three-person pool that will accompany Mr Turnbull in September.

In the wake of the announcement, the head of Australia's parliamentary press gallery has foreshadowed a boycott, although not every media outlet has shown support for the idea.

Meanwhile, the editor of the Samoa Observer said the Nauru government seemed to be going back on a promise made during last year's Forum by banning the ABC.

Mata'afa Keni Lesa said the ban was concerning and disappointing.

"I think any serious media organisation would be very concerned at what's happened. Now here at the Observer we had the Nauru President [Baron Waqa] I think he was here last year during the Pacific Islands Forum and he was asked a question about media access and he assured everyone that there shouldn't be any problems.

"All the media organisations will be welcome to Nauru for the Forum. Now the fact they have gone ahead and done that [the ban] - is very concerning."

related:
http://www.radionz.co.nz/international/pacific-news/361179/nauru-authoritarian-slide-sparks-call-for-action-from-nz

Of course we have to hear about this from NZ, since we cannot hear Radio Australia!

Nauru is quite a teapot:
``Nauru Population (2018) - Worldometers
http://www.worldometers.info/world-population/nauru-population/

The current population of Nauru is 11,312 as of Wednesday, July 4, 2018, based on the latest United Nations estimates. Nauru population is equivalent to 0.00015% of the total world population. Nauru ranks number 225 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population``. Does that figure include all those detainees? (via gh, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1937 monitoring: could not confirm the simulcast Wednesday July 4 at 2100, since I was at the Enid Symphony Orchestra`s dress rehearsal for their Fourth of July performance. I tried inside the ESO building (shared with Tyson), but even next to east-side windows on the fifth floor, the PL-880 could not detect the weak 9955 WRMI and 7490v WBCQ signals. I assume both aired, as they have been reliable. After the concert, July 4 at 2348, I can confirm the new WOR 1937 on WBCQ 9330.0, poor, from 2330 this Wednesday, as sometimes succeeds. Next:
Thu 2330 WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe]
Fri 2330 WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe; appeared last 2 weeks]
Sat 0631 HLR 6190-CUSB to WSW
Sat 1431 HLR 6190-CUSB to WSW
Sat 1930v WA0RCR 1860-AM ND
Sat 2130 WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe, or 2330?]
Sat 2300 WRMI 7780 to NE
Sun 0200 WRMI 7780 to NE
Sun 0310v WA0RCR 1860-AM ND
Sun 1030 HLR 9485-CUSB to WSW
Sun 2330 WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe]
Mon 0130.5 WRMI 5850 to NW, 7780 to NE
Mon 0300v WBCQ 5130v Area 51 to WSW
Mon 0330 WRMI 9955 to SSE
Mon 0400 WRMI webcast only, non-direxional
Mon 2330 WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe]
Tue 0030 WRMI 7730 to WNW
Tue 2030 WRMI 7780 to NE, 5950 to WNW [or #1938?]
Tue 2130 WRMI 5950 to WNW [or #1938?]

Full schedule for WOR on all outlets, not just SW; podcast linx:
http://www.worldofradio.com/radioskd.html
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 15809.932V, July 4 at 1819, WTWW-3 is on with ``History of Rock & Roll``, syndicated produxion, not by Ted but with local ID breaks. 1859 recheck, now starting year 1958, apparently one by one, per hour? This could take a while. Is there any publicity about this special at http://wtww.us ? NO! Just old stuff about Field Day.

5085, meanwhile, July 4 at 1933 UT, midday! WTWW-2 can be detected with an S9 carrier vs high daytime noise level, but no modulation audible altho there could be some // 15810v. All other WTWWs are OFF, no signals on 9475, 5830, 9930. Not rechecked until 2348, and now 5085 is certainly on and strong with dead air! Way to go, Ted. 15810 still going with rock show. UT July 5 at 0006, 5085 still dead, others still off. Next check at 0225 July 5, 5085 is finally modulating with the rock show, while 15810v has dropped to a JBA carrier. 9475, 5830 and 9930 are still off. 0559 UT, still only 5085 music, 15810 inaudible. Next check 1255, all are OFF (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 1609 UT July 5, 2018

John Spicer
 

ABC miss reporting! Say it isn't so. Ha ha. Happy 4th of July Glenn. Thanks for the weekly updates and detailed reports.

On Thursday, July 5, 2018, 12:12:02 PM EDT, Glenn Hauser via Groups.Io <wghauser@...> wrote:


** CUBA. 15140, July 4 at 1900, RHC starting first English hour of the day on proper frequency, not 11760 where it was on July 2 with 15140 off. 15140 is strong but squealing, and now 11760 is off. Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** KOREA NORTH [non]. 9465, July 5 at 1259 pop song, what`s this? 1300 Korean talk in music, and catch a partial ID ``il bon ue``, as in Aoki/NDXC: 9465 1300-1329 TAIWAN Nippon no Kaze il bon ue Kor Tamsui District 1-7, i.e. one of the clandestines originating in Japan about North Korean abduxions. (At 1330, FEBC Philippines takes over 9465.)

6165, this reminds me to check for Shiokaze = Sea Breeze, which simultaneously should be starting weekly English Thursday July 5 at 1300, but JBA carrier at best, or have they QSYed again for a new month? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NEW ZEALAND. 5980, July 5 at 1302, RNZI news with item about ABC journalists being banned from Nauru, quite a controversy; and TS Maria approaching the NMI, threatening to become a typhoon. So look out for missing Saipan and Tinian transmissions. As for Nauru, here are the stories:

PINA CALLS FOR NAURU AND ABC TO RESOLVE 'IMPASSE'
10:22 am on 5 July 2018

The Pacific Islands News Association is calling on Nauru and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to use the "Pacific way" to resolve what it calls the impasse between them.

Solomons Media Association president Charles Kadamana, (left), congratulates Kora Nou. Kora Nou Photo: Solomon Fresh-Beat [caption]

This follows Nauru saying no ABC journalists will be allowed into the country to cover the Pacific Islands Forum summit in September.

The Nauru Government had accused the ABC of misreporting.

The ABC meanwhile has indicated it is still aiming to attend the summit.

The Pacific Islands News Association, or PINA, which is made up of most media bodies in the Pacific said it wants Nauru to rescind the decision.

The PINA president Kora Nou said he was confident that if both parties sat down and talked amicably the matter would resolved.

He said the Forum summit makes decisions that directly impact on the people of the Pacific and so it is imperative that Nauru, the ABC and the Forum try and resolve the matter.

Mr Nou also appealed to journalists to exercise responsibility in their coverage.

NAURU'S ABC STANCE CONDEMNED BY PACIFIC FREEDOM FORUM
7:17 pm on 5 July 2018

The Nauru government's refusal to allow journalists from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to cover the Pacific Forum Leaders summit has been condemned by the Pacific media watchdog.

Nauru's President Baron Divavesi Waqa (L) shakes hands with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Nauru's President Baron Waqa Photo: Yomiuri

The Pacific Freedom Forum said the reasons Nauru had given did not justify the ban.

Its chair Monica Miller said the PFF was calling on the Nauru government to reconsider this stance, and use the public complaints mechanisms to raise its concerns.

Ms Miller said the summit gives the appearance of unity, but stopping journalists from one Forum member covering the summit is divisive.

The Nauru government claimed it is exercising a sovereign right, but Ms Miller said the summit is a regional event and the ABC is the public broadcaster of a Forum member.

The organisation also wants the Forum secretariat to appeal to the hosts to drop the ban.

A co-chair of the PFF, Bernadette Carreon, said small island nations which cannot send their reporters to regional events rely on the ABC for Pacific news.

She said journalists should be able to attend important regional events like the Pacific Islands Forum and selectively barring reporters from covering the summit is not acceptable.

Nauru ignores appeal from Australian PM

Nauru has ignored an appeal from Australia's prime minister to allow the ABC into the country for the upcoming Pacific Islands Forum.

The Sydney Morning Herald reported that Malcolm Turnbull's government had lobbied Nauru through diplomatic channels for weeks in the hope of securing the ABC a place at the summit.

But Nauru ignored the efforts, on Monday releasing an inflammatory statement banning the ABC from the island "under any circumstances," apparently for unfair coverage.

Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull Photo: AFP

The ABC - which has reported extensively on Nauru and Australia's detention centres there - was due to fill one of the positions in the three-person pool that will accompany Mr Turnbull in September.

In the wake of the announcement, the head of Australia's parliamentary press gallery has foreshadowed a boycott, although not every media outlet has shown support for the idea.

Meanwhile, the editor of the Samoa Observer said the Nauru government seemed to be going back on a promise made during last year's Forum by banning the ABC.

Mata'afa Keni Lesa said the ban was concerning and disappointing.

"I think any serious media organisation would be very concerned at what's happened. Now here at the Observer we had the Nauru President [Baron Waqa] I think he was here last year during the Pacific Islands Forum and he was asked a question about media access and he assured everyone that there shouldn't be any problems.

"All the media organisations will be welcome to Nauru for the Forum. Now the fact they have gone ahead and done that [the ban] - is very concerning."

related:

Of course we have to hear about this from NZ, since we cannot hear Radio Australia!

Nauru is quite a teapot:
``Nauru Population (2018) - Worldometers

The current population of Nauru is 11,312 as of Wednesday, July 4, 2018, based on the latest United Nations estimates. Nauru population is equivalent to 0.00015% of the total world population. Nauru ranks number 225 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population``. Does that figure include all those detainees? (via gh, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1937 monitoring: could not confirm the simulcast Wednesday July 4 at 2100, since I was at the Enid Symphony Orchestra`s dress rehearsal for their Fourth of July performance. I tried inside the ESO building (shared with Tyson), but even next to east-side windows on the fifth floor, the PL-880 could not detect the weak 9955 WRMI and 7490v WBCQ signals. I assume both aired, as they have been reliable. After the concert, July 4 at 2348, I can confirm the new WOR 1937 on WBCQ 9330.0, poor, from 2330 this Wednesday, as sometimes succeeds. Next:
Thu 2330  WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe]
Fri 2330  WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe; appeared last 2 weeks]
Sat 0631  HLR 6190-CUSB to WSW
Sat 1431  HLR 6190-CUSB to WSW
Sat 1930v  WA0RCR 1860-AM ND
Sat 2130  WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe, or 2330?]
Sat 2300  WRMI 7780 to NE
Sun 0200  WRMI 7780 to NE
Sun 0310v  WA0RCR 1860-AM ND
Sun 1030  HLR 9485-CUSB to WSW
Sun 2330  WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe]
Mon 0130.5 WRMI 5850 to NW, 7780 to NE
Mon 0300v  WBCQ 5130v Area 51 to WSW
Mon 0330  WRMI 9955 to SSE
Mon 0400  WRMI webcast only, non-direxional
Mon 2330  WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe]
Tue 0030  WRMI 7730 to WNW
Tue 2030  WRMI 7780 to NE, 5950 to WNW [or #1938?]
Tue 2130  WRMI 5950 to WNW [or #1938?]

Full schedule for WOR on all outlets, not just SW; podcast linx:
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 15809.932V, July 4 at 1819, WTWW-3 is on with ``History of Rock & Roll``, syndicated produxion, not by Ted but with local ID breaks. 1859 recheck, now starting year 1958, apparently one by one, per hour? This could take a while. Is there any publicity about this special at http://wtww.us ? NO! Just old stuff about Field Day.

5085, meanwhile, July 4 at 1933 UT, midday! WTWW-2 can be detected with an S9 carrier vs high daytime noise level, but no modulation audible altho there could be some // 15810v. All other WTWWs are OFF, no signals on 9475, 5830, 9930. Not rechecked until 2348, and now 5085 is certainly on and strong with dead air! Way to go, Ted. 15810 still going with rock show. UT July 5 at 0006, 5085 still dead, others still off. Next check at 0225 July 5, 5085 is finally modulating with the rock show, while 15810v has dropped to a JBA carrier. 9475, 5830 and 9930 are still off. 0559 UT, still only 5085 music, 15810 inaudible. Next check 1255, all are OFF (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 1609 UT July 5, 2018



KG5JST - James Branum
 


On Thu, Jul 5, 2018, 2:40 PM John Spicer via Groups.Io <pigboy1537=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
ABC miss reporting! Say it isn't so. Ha ha. Happy 4th of July Glenn. Thanks for the weekly updates and detailed reports.

On Thursday, July 5, 2018, 12:12:02 PM EDT, Glenn Hauser via Groups.Io <wghauser=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:


** CUBA. 15140, July 4 at 1900, RHC starting first English hour of the day on proper frequency, not 11760 where it was on July 2 with 15140 off. 15140 is strong but squealing, and now 11760 is off. Something`s always wrong at RHC (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** KOREA NORTH [non]. 9465, July 5 at 1259 pop song, what`s this? 1300 Korean talk in music, and catch a partial ID ``il bon ue``, as in Aoki/NDXC: 9465 1300-1329 TAIWAN Nippon no Kaze il bon ue Kor Tamsui District 1-7, i.e. one of the clandestines originating in Japan about North Korean abduxions. (At 1330, FEBC Philippines takes over 9465.)

6165, this reminds me to check for Shiokaze = Sea Breeze, which simultaneously should be starting weekly English Thursday July 5 at 1300, but JBA carrier at best, or have they QSYed again for a new month? (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** NEW ZEALAND. 5980, July 5 at 1302, RNZI news with item about ABC journalists being banned from Nauru, quite a controversy; and TS Maria approaching the NMI, threatening to become a typhoon. So look out for missing Saipan and Tinian transmissions. As for Nauru, here are the stories:

PINA CALLS FOR NAURU AND ABC TO RESOLVE 'IMPASSE'
10:22 am on 5 July 2018

The Pacific Islands News Association is calling on Nauru and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to use the "Pacific way" to resolve what it calls the impasse between them.

Solomons Media Association president Charles Kadamana, (left), congratulates Kora Nou. Kora Nou Photo: Solomon Fresh-Beat [caption]

This follows Nauru saying no ABC journalists will be allowed into the country to cover the Pacific Islands Forum summit in September.

The Nauru Government had accused the ABC of misreporting.

The ABC meanwhile has indicated it is still aiming to attend the summit.

The Pacific Islands News Association, or PINA, which is made up of most media bodies in the Pacific said it wants Nauru to rescind the decision.

The PINA president Kora Nou said he was confident that if both parties sat down and talked amicably the matter would resolved.

He said the Forum summit makes decisions that directly impact on the people of the Pacific and so it is imperative that Nauru, the ABC and the Forum try and resolve the matter.

Mr Nou also appealed to journalists to exercise responsibility in their coverage.

NAURU'S ABC STANCE CONDEMNED BY PACIFIC FREEDOM FORUM
7:17 pm on 5 July 2018

The Nauru government's refusal to allow journalists from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation to cover the Pacific Forum Leaders summit has been condemned by the Pacific media watchdog.

Nauru's President Baron Divavesi Waqa (L) shakes hands with Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Nauru's President Baron Waqa Photo: Yomiuri

The Pacific Freedom Forum said the reasons Nauru had given did not justify the ban.

Its chair Monica Miller said the PFF was calling on the Nauru government to reconsider this stance, and use the public complaints mechanisms to raise its concerns.

Ms Miller said the summit gives the appearance of unity, but stopping journalists from one Forum member covering the summit is divisive.

The Nauru government claimed it is exercising a sovereign right, but Ms Miller said the summit is a regional event and the ABC is the public broadcaster of a Forum member.

The organisation also wants the Forum secretariat to appeal to the hosts to drop the ban.

A co-chair of the PFF, Bernadette Carreon, said small island nations which cannot send their reporters to regional events rely on the ABC for Pacific news.

She said journalists should be able to attend important regional events like the Pacific Islands Forum and selectively barring reporters from covering the summit is not acceptable.

Nauru ignores appeal from Australian PM

Nauru has ignored an appeal from Australia's prime minister to allow the ABC into the country for the upcoming Pacific Islands Forum.

The Sydney Morning Herald reported that Malcolm Turnbull's government had lobbied Nauru through diplomatic channels for weeks in the hope of securing the ABC a place at the summit.

But Nauru ignored the efforts, on Monday releasing an inflammatory statement banning the ABC from the island "under any circumstances," apparently for unfair coverage.

Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull Photo: AFP

The ABC - which has reported extensively on Nauru and Australia's detention centres there - was due to fill one of the positions in the three-person pool that will accompany Mr Turnbull in September.

In the wake of the announcement, the head of Australia's parliamentary press gallery has foreshadowed a boycott, although not every media outlet has shown support for the idea.

Meanwhile, the editor of the Samoa Observer said the Nauru government seemed to be going back on a promise made during last year's Forum by banning the ABC.

Mata'afa Keni Lesa said the ban was concerning and disappointing.

"I think any serious media organisation would be very concerned at what's happened. Now here at the Observer we had the Nauru President [Baron Waqa] I think he was here last year during the Pacific Islands Forum and he was asked a question about media access and he assured everyone that there shouldn't be any problems.

"All the media organisations will be welcome to Nauru for the Forum. Now the fact they have gone ahead and done that [the ban] - is very concerning."

related:

Of course we have to hear about this from NZ, since we cannot hear Radio Australia!

Nauru is quite a teapot:
``Nauru Population (2018) - Worldometers

The current population of Nauru is 11,312 as of Wednesday, July 4, 2018, based on the latest United Nations estimates. Nauru population is equivalent to 0.00015% of the total world population. Nauru ranks number 225 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population``. Does that figure include all those detainees? (via gh, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. WORLD OF RADIO 1937 monitoring: could not confirm the simulcast Wednesday July 4 at 2100, since I was at the Enid Symphony Orchestra`s dress rehearsal for their Fourth of July performance. I tried inside the ESO building (shared with Tyson), but even next to east-side windows on the fifth floor, the PL-880 could not detect the weak 9955 WRMI and 7490v WBCQ signals. I assume both aired, as they have been reliable. After the concert, July 4 at 2348, I can confirm the new WOR 1937 on WBCQ 9330.0, poor, from 2330 this Wednesday, as sometimes succeeds. Next:
Thu 2330  WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe]
Fri 2330  WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe; appeared last 2 weeks]
Sat 0631  HLR 6190-CUSB to WSW
Sat 1431  HLR 6190-CUSB to WSW
Sat 1930v  WA0RCR 1860-AM ND
Sat 2130  WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe, or 2330?]
Sat 2300  WRMI 7780 to NE
Sun 0200  WRMI 7780 to NE
Sun 0310v  WA0RCR 1860-AM ND
Sun 1030  HLR 9485-CUSB to WSW
Sun 2330  WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe]
Mon 0130.5 WRMI 5850 to NW, 7780 to NE
Mon 0300v  WBCQ 5130v Area 51 to WSW
Mon 0330  WRMI 9955 to SSE
Mon 0400  WRMI webcast only, non-direxional
Mon 2330  WBCQ 9330v to WSW [maybe]
Tue 0030  WRMI 7730 to WNW
Tue 2030  WRMI 7780 to NE, 5950 to WNW [or #1938?]
Tue 2130  WRMI 5950 to WNW [or #1938?]

Full schedule for WOR on all outlets, not just SW; podcast linx:
(Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

** U S A. 15809.932V, July 4 at 1819, WTWW-3 is on with ``History of Rock & Roll``, syndicated produxion, not by Ted but with local ID breaks. 1859 recheck, now starting year 1958, apparently one by one, per hour? This could take a while. Is there any publicity about this special at http://wtww.us ? NO! Just old stuff about Field Day.

5085, meanwhile, July 4 at 1933 UT, midday! WTWW-2 can be detected with an S9 carrier vs high daytime noise level, but no modulation audible altho there could be some // 15810v. All other WTWWs are OFF, no signals on 9475, 5830, 9930. Not rechecked until 2348, and now 5085 is certainly on and strong with dead air! Way to go, Ted. 15810 still going with rock show. UT July 5 at 0006, 5085 still dead, others still off. Next check at 0225 July 5, 5085 is finally modulating with the rock show, while 15810v has dropped to a JBA carrier. 9475, 5830 and 9930 are still off. 0559 UT, still only 5085 music, 15810 inaudible. Next check 1255, all are OFF (Glenn Hauser, OK, DX LISTENING DIGEST)

This report dispatched at 1609 UT July 5, 2018