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Peace debate moves to Shortwave radio
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Saturday, 22 February 2003
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Additional news and information radio programs widening the debate around peace in the Middle East and Iraq are being aired via Shortwave radio and beamed to Europe, North Africa and the Middle East via IRRS-Shortwave. The station operates on a new frequecy of 5,780 kHz from NEXUS-IBAs facilities effective Feb. 20, 2003. Programs may be heard every evening between 2100-2230 Central European Time (2000-2130 UTC until March 30, and after then from 1900-2030 UTC, summertime) on the frequency of 5,780 kHz Shortwave. Listeners outside the target areas may tune to NEXUS-IBAs 24 hrs streaming audio service. Earlier in the month NEXUS-IBA discontinued the weekdays morning slot (Mon- Fri) on 13,840 kHZ following the death of one of the main supporters of these morning radio programs. United Nations news can also be heard daily in English on both 5,780 kHz and on Saturday & Sundays on 13,840 kHz between 1000-1400 Central European Time.

NEXUS-IBA is a non profit association operating radio and Internet services out of Milan (Italy), Frankfurt (Germany) and the USA. Support for NEXUS-IBA programs can be channeled through the associations Web site at https://secure.nexus.org. Shortwave schedule information is available on the NEXUS-IBAs web site. NEXUS-IBA is also sponsoring www.undpi.org
 
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