PCJ Radio is a privately funded international broadcaster with production facilities in Canada, Netherlands, United States and Taiwan.
PCJ broadcasts a total of 28 hours a week on shortwave, satellite and through 26 partner stations in 33 countries. Short wave programs are aired via Trincomalee in Sri Lanka on Sundays 13.30 to 14.30 UTC on 11835 kHz. More info is on http://www.pcjmedia.com/home
The QSL addresses can be found on my E-QSL below:
On the VOA Radiogram, there are still weekly digital text transmissions. The transmission schedule is as follows. All days and times in UTC:
Sat 1600-1630 on 17860 kHz.
Sun 0230-0300 on 5745 kHz.
Sun 1300-1330 on 6095 kHz.
Sun 1930-2000 on 15670 kHz.
In the late evening of November 10, 2012 I was surprised to hear Radio Nova on 1395 kHz. Recently they answered my reception report first with a friendly e-mail and by post an official QSL- letter below, some sitckers and 6 Radio Nova ball-point pens! The broadcast came in all probability from “Energy Power AM” in Dublin, which operates every weekend on that frequency. A short mp3 recording of this evening is on: Radio Nova 1395 kHz.mp3. The web site is: www.nova.ie
Holy Week in Spain is the annual commemoration of the Passion of Jesus Christ celebrated by Catholic religious brotherhoods and fraternities that perform penance processions on the streets of almost every Spanish city and town during the the last week of Lent, the week immediately before Easter. In that week I received in the SSTV mode Special Event Station EG7MSS from Malaga.
Two SSTV images I have received on March 24, 2013:
The “Deutcher Wetterdienst - DWD " sends new QSL cards for reception reports to info(at)dwd.de. The postal address is: Deutcher Wetterdienst, Seechifffahrtsberatung, Bernhard-Nocht-Str. 76, 20359 Hamburg, Germany or Postfach 30 11 90, 20304 Hamburg, Germany.