Radio CHTO ready to broadcast in Toronto on 1690
CHTO on 1690 kHz AM is the
latest newcomer on the Canadian X-band, ready to
begin regular transmissions in September. The station
was heard widely during test broadcasts in late
July and early August, initially on 1690.7 kHz,
but later closer to the nominal frequency. CHTO
stands for Hellenic Toronto Radio, but in addition
to Greek, the station is planning to transmit also
in English, Armenian, Romanian, Serbian and Bulgarian.
CHTO transmitter power is 1 kW.
August 29, 2007)
Cóndor 1630 AM logged in Buenos Aires
In Argentina, Radio Cóndor
has been logged on the frequency of 1630 kHz on
the already crowded X-band. Radio Cóndor
broadcasts from the city of Temperley, Partido
de Lomas de Zamora, in the province of Buenos Aires.
The station was first observed by local DXer Marcelo
A. Cornachioni, who reported about the station on
Conexión Digital mailing list on August 24.
According to Cornachioni, the station announced
(011) 4244-1843 as a contact telephone number.
August 29, 2007)
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