Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite
With the change to summer or daylight saving time, all Shortwave stations around the world adjust their schedules by changing frequencies and times of operation. IRRS Shortwave and European Gospel Radio have a policy to try keeping both times and frequency consistent with local time in Central Europe. In this way, listeners are less confused as they are not required to re-tune their receivers, and they may find our station easier on their dial.
However, as of March 28, 2004, our schedule will be extended with an additional broadcast hour on Saturday and Sundays, signing on one hour earlier at 0900 Central European Time (0700 UTC, summertime) on 13,840 kHz.
Our A04 schedule as of March 28, 2004 will be as follows :
Daily : 5,775 kHz from 2100-2230 CET (1900-2030 UTC) [20 kW, except Fri: 100 kW] to Europe, Africa and ME
Sat & Sun : 13,840 kHz from 0900-1400 CET (0700-1200 UTC) [20 kW] To Europe N Africa & ME
Fri : 15,665 kHz from 1300-1400 CET (1100-1200 UTC) [100 kW] to Africa
Our 20 and 100 kW broadcasts can be heard in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East as a primary area. Reception outside Europe is possible, and it is sometimes reported from as far away as the USA, Australia, New Zealand and Japan.
We hope that starting one hour earlier on week-ends we can provide some more opportunity to those listening from far away countries such as Australia, NZ and the USA to hear at least the first part of our broadcast.
All broadcasts are in parallel with our streaming audio service at http://mp3.nexus.org
If you are a broadcaster or Christian program producer you can schedule a 15 min FREE consultation with an EGR specialist to help you evaluate all possible Int'l broadcasting options.
We will call you back at a number and time of your convenience, and will gladly answer any question that you may have on how to broadcast your Christian message worldwide.
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