temporary stations in the United Kingdom on 1278
temporary traffic advisory station has been set
up in Swanley, Kent, in the United Kingdom. The
Highway Agency Radio operates on low power on 1278
kHz AM from July 4 to August 1, 2007. The station
promises to air up-to-date traffic news around Swanley
on the M25 Junction 3 to the M20 interchange. Information
about the station was first published by Steve Whitt
on the MWC mailing list on June 16, but the station
has not been reported heard by DXers. Contact person
for the station is Toby Gunter who can be reached
by telephone 01264 369369 or by email.
on the same frequency of 1278 kHz, Red Sands Radio,
a special RSL operation, has been heard since the
first tests on July 13. Official broadcasts began
on July 14. The temporary operation will sign off
on July 23. Red Sands Radio broadcasts daily at
0600-1800 UTC from Red Sands Fort in the Thames
Estuary, 8 miles off the coast of Whitstable. Red
Sands was home to 1960's offshore stations Radio
Invicta, KING Radio and Radio 390. Red Sands Radio
has been reported heard in the United Kingdom and
Denmark. The station can be reached by writing at
Red Sands Radio, P.O. Box 299, Whitstable, Kent,
CT5 2YA, in the United Kingdom, and by telephone
at 07961 601 893.
July 19, 2007, updated on July 21)
Máster new in Argentina on 1310 AM
Radio Máster AM 1310
is a new station in the capital region of Argentina.
Radio Máster is located in the town of Luján,
near Buenos Aires. It was first reported heard by
DXer Arnaldo Slaen on July 7. The logging was published
in the newsletter Conexión Digital number
428, but no further information about the station
July 19, 2007)
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