After Radio Waddenzee at the end of May 2015 the broadcasts ended on 1602 kHz, KBC Radio used since 1 June 2015 this frequency from the same location. The QSL address of KBC is Argonstraat 6, NL-6718WT Ede, The Netherlands. Important (qsl) information is on http://www.kbcradio.eu/index.php?dir=fan-area/qsl.
Scandinavian Weekend Radio is a Finnish private radio station on FM, shortwave and mediumwave. Information about reception reports and the broadcast schedule can be found on http://www.swradio.net/index.htm.
Recently I got a E-QSL. I sent my report to email@example.com.
Below a QSL-card from a broadcast in 2000. The first QSL card for Belgium!
Radio Barracuda is a new station from Lombardia region, Italy. The QSL address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
DARC-Deutscher Amateur-Radio-Club broadcast via the 10 Kw transmitter by "Channel 292" on 6070 kHz. A nice QSL Card for a correct reception report is to get through email@example.com.
Radio Latino has been broadcasting irregular since 2005 with low power (50 watts p.e.p.) from central Italy. I listened to one of the first transmission of 2015 with the new transmitter (500 watts p.e.p) The reception was poor to fair: Radio Latino Italy 7590 kHz.mp3. In the next weeks Radio Latino should be quite active from 7510 up to 7610 (main frequency will be 7530-7590) during evening and night. During 2015 they hope to be on air regularly on a nealy-daily basis, with one hour live program. Website: www.radiolatino.bigbig.com. QSL address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Cambridge 105” ( a community radio station for the city Cambridge in the UK) had a pirate radio day Good Friday April 3 from the MV Georgina on the River Cam. They were on 105FM, online and 6070 kHz shortwave via the Channel 292 transmitter: Pirate Cambridge 105, UK 6070 kHz.mp3. Shortwave reception reports could you send to Unit 9A, Gwydir Street Enterprise Centre, 23-25 Gwydir Street, Cambridge, ENGLAND CB1 2LG. Website: http://cambridge105.fm.