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Radio Tirana 7425 kHz. Partial data card with date and frequency notation only, unsigned, except for English section. Very thin paper stock, picturing an abstract pen drawing of a young woman in traditional garb, with station logo and words "Albania" and "Radio Tirana." In airmail envelope with complimentary postcard of the ancient Butrint Amphitheatre with a handwritten signed note as, "thank you for writing to us, best wishes from Radio Tirana." Received in 51 days. This was a very tough station to hear and understand, very weak signal in western North America. (Bruce Jensen, CA).
Farusato No Kaze, 9965 kHz. Verification letter signed by Yasuhiro Togo. Received in 157 days for reception report and one IRC. Station address: Policy Coordination Division, Headquarters for the Abduction Issue, Cabinet Secretariat, 1-6-1 Nagata-cho-Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-8968 Japan.(Roberto Pavanello, Italy via Dario Monferini/playdx2003)
Bible Voice 9730 kHz broadcasting Amharic to east Africa via Issoundon, France site. Full data multicolored QSL card Reaching Nations, with site notation. Verification for a report sent to the Toronto address with return postage. Reply in 47 days. (Edward Kusalik, Canada).
Seedtime Ministries 11900 kHz via Wertachtal relay. Full data pdf. email with transmitter site notation, from Michael Puetz. This for my report from Pan American forward to Media Broadcast for verification. Reply received in 14 days. (Edward Kusalik, Canada)
Seedtime Ministries 13830 kHz via Ulich (?). I think they mean Julich, but which is no longer available in Germany. Full data with site notation on QSL card with mention that this BCB directed to the Middle East. This report was forwarded by Pan American BCB to Seedtime Ministries. Their address for reports is: North 4th Street, Coeur d' Alene, Idaho 83815 USA. Email for reports:firstname.lastname@example.org (Edward Kusalik, Canada)
Voice of America via Meyerton relay, 11905 kHz. Full data verification letter with site and specifics statement. Reply in 68 days, signed by Sikander Hoosen, HF Coverage Planning, Operations & Maintenance.(Edward Kusalik, Canada)
Radio Taiwan International 9800 kHz. BCB to LAtin America via Okeechobee, Florida transmitter site. Full data with site notation and language via Edison Cylinder Phonograph QSL card with postcard of the relief effort from typhoon Morakot, plus a report form and schedule. Reply in 48 days. I asked for clarification if this was via Montsinery site (French Guiana), but they indicated the Florida website. (Edward Kusalik, Canada)
WJHR Milton, Florida, 15550 kHz USB. Paper QSL showing call sign, frequency and hours of broadcast times, with slogan 'broadcasting fundamental Bible doctrine.' Also sent a photo of the studio transmitter, a letter outlining information and the future plans on the antenna construction. Reply was received in 21 days for postal follow-up (no reply from my email report) for a December 2009 and a SASE. (Edward Kusalik, Canada)
WYFR/Family Radio Worldwide 7360 kHz targeted to South America via Okeechobee. Full data card with site notation of 50 Years of Family Radio, with schedule for a postal report to the Oakland address. On this one I also asked for confirmation that this was via Montsinery site, but they indicated the Okeechobee site instead dispute my indications as the latter. On this one, there could have been confusion during the B09 schedule to the A10 schedule period. Reply was in 40 days. (Edward Kusalik, Canada).
Radio Canada International via Santa Maria di Galeria relay. Full data card with site notation. Card was the Maple Leaf Mailbag multicolored QSL card with schedule. Reply received in 19 days, signed by Bill Westenhaver. (Edward Kusalik, Canada).