Thursday, March 29, 2007

Polish Radio begins Hebrew service

The Hebrew Section of Polish Radio External Service has finally started broadcasting its half an hour daily transmission.
Joanna Najfeld reports
The program of the Hebrew section of Polish Radio External Service, inaugurated on Sunday, March 25th, at 18:00 hours UTC, consists of a news from Poland bulletin and magazines on Polish-Jewish relations, as well as life, traditions and culture of the Jewish community in Poland'The program itself is half and hour a day. It's enough time to give basic news from Poland and the European Union, maybe even from Russia, Polish Radio External Service Hebrew Section broadcasts everyday at 18:00 UTC hours in the shortwave spectrum on 9695kHz with repeats on satellite the following day.
If you are fluent in Hebrew and would like to try your hand at journalism, the Hebrew section is open to cooperation. For more information, please contact Polish Radio.
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(Source: Paul Gager/Austria/HCDX)