Thursday, December 06, 2012

New clandestine station reported on shortwave

European radio hobbyists are reporting a new clandestine station is broadcasting on shortwave.
Please advise at your monitoring results.

Radio Free Kenyalang, new from Nov.30, 2012
1200-1400 UTC on 15650 secret / hidden site to SEAs Iban, NOT FROM SOFIA and SPL
Confirmed on Sun Dec.2 1200-1245 on 15650 (SINPO) 55555+ in Troyan, Bulgaria
Confirmed on Mon Dec.3 1200-1400 on 15650 (SINPO) 35543 in Sofia, Bulgaria
No check on Tue Dec.4
And no signal today Wed Dec.5
(Ivo Ivanov, Sofia and Georgi Bancov, Troyan, Bulgaria/HCDX)

15650 is empty again, on Dec 6 around 1200-1230 UTC
(Wolfgang Bueschel, Germany/HCDX)

15650 also empty on Dec 6, from 1330-1400 UTC monitoring.
(Gayle Van Horn/NC)

Radio Kenyalang
Countering Mainstream News with audio link :

PKR Hulu Rajang information chief Kumbong ak Langit counters a whole range of mainstream media news, starting with the iron-fisted chief minister’s insistence on the dams being built. He tells Baram people to show their displeasure via the ballot box. To Land Development Minister James Masing’s criticisms of environmental NGOs, he gives a rejoinder that’s bound to silence the former Opposition politician.
The Bakun-Bintulu road has deteriorated so much that it has become a real danger to users. Social activist Dr John Bampa urges both the state and federal governments to act soon before lives are lost.
The Sebuyau representative is turning a deaf ear on the complaints of Kampung Senayang folk regarding the long-standing problem of broken dykes. Community journalist Jolhi B has this story, and another about the dead in Kg Triso having no peace because of quarrying works of a company belonging to the chief minister.
Membership of Sarawak Workers Party can get you RM30! Kasim of Selangau says it’s up to us to join or take the ‘gift’, but we should keep our votes for Pakatan Rakyat!
Julau PKR member Apai Laja says the branch met recently and agreed to the candidacy of Andrew Wong.
(Radio Free Sarawak/Dec 4, 2012)