Recently I sent again my reception report of a broadcast from 2009 to this station. I tried this time via this e-mail address: Manager_philippines(at)phi.ibb.gov. After 4 weeks I got a nice QSL card of the VOA via IBB Philippines, I could hear on the medium wave on 1170 kHz: V.O. America, PHL 1170 kHz.mp3. I found this postal address on the envelope: International Broadcasting Bureau, Philippines Transmitting Station, P.O. Box 151 CPO 1099, 1050 Manila, Philippines. In the meantime this medium wave transmitter is off the air.
Hit Parade radio is regulated on the air around +- 6920 kHz. He was also heard on 6850 kHz. The power is only 45 watts in the AM mode and so is for European listeners a real DX station. I heard them in the night of 4 January and wrote a report to this e-mail address: hitparaderadio(at)gmail.com.
Radio Merkurs from Riga in Latvian on 1485 kHz has broadcast on December 22 and 28 a special Christmas program from the Artic Radio Club in Sweden. Power was 2.7 KW. The QSL address from this first medium wave dx club in Europe is: Artic Radio Club, C/o Ronny Forslund,Vita Huset, SE-17995 Svartsjö, ZWEDEN.
I heard this station for the first time on 14 December 2013 on 1512 kHz. In the Christmas period they were also on the air with a new cross field antenna. The power from the TX was only 80-100 watts. Reception was fair in my location: Phaser 1512 R. 1512 kHz.mp3. Phaser 1512 will be back with a lot more power in the near future. The station is also 24h/24h on the internet playing old & new: http://www.phaser1512.com/. The QSL address is studio(at)phaser1512.com.