INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTERS
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Why listen to Short-wave Radio?
In the world of Internet & Online Newspapers (another List*), the only place to "Hear" News, Interesting information or "Culture" programs from other lands is from International Broadcasters on Short-wave radio. Another view - Shortwave is the "Internet" of radio.

* from RadioIntel.com

What time is your Radio Program is on?
The International broadcaster always list their program and broadcast times using UTC, the "World Standard Time", which is the time in England. The world is divided into 24+ Time Zones
You can use any number of Time Zone Maps* or Time Conversion Charts* to find the broadcast time of your program in your local time.  [ Time Zone Map ]
Your use any number of  Time Signal Stations to set you clock by or use a Radio-Controlled Clock**


* To corresponding section on Time & Standard Bookmark Page
** from NIST Time & Frequency Division

Where to Turn in?
Most International Broadcasters Stations can be heard on the Short-wave Frequencies, 3Mhz to 30Mhz, which is between AM and FM
 
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