The 11th edition of Teak Publishing’s Global Radio Guide (Winter 2018-2019) is now available on Amazon.
Written by Gayle Van Horn, the electronic guide (formerly known as the International Shortwave Broadcast Guide), features a 24-hour station/frequency summary with Winter 2018-2019 schedules for selected medium wave and longwave/shortwave radio stations. It also offers hourly schedules of language services and frequencies, including world target areas, for more than 500 broadcast stations as well as a list of DX radio programs and internet websites addresses for many of the stations mentioned.
New in the 11th edition of the Global Radio Guide is a feature on “The Battle of the Airwaves in Cuba” by Gayle (W4GVH) and Larry (N5FPW) Van Horn. This report, say the authors, details the “historic and ongoing war over the airwaves between the United States and Cuba.”
Other articles include information on winter radio programming and shortwave from The Spectrum Monitor’s Fred Waterer, as well as an update on DRM broadcasting worldwide from Hans Johnson.
In addition, former VOA audience research analyst and producer of the Shortwave Radiogram, Dr. Kim Andrew Elliott, PhD. (KD9XB) takes a look at how to monitor shortwave radiogram broadcasts, while veteran journalist (editor and writer for Popular Communications, WorldRadio Online, and CQ Amateur Radio magazines) Richard Fisher (KI6SN) offers tips on how to hear the shortwave and medium wave broadcasts via Amazon Echo Dot devices.
The 11th edition of the Global Radio Guide electronic book can be purchased for US$8.49 (about €7.45) worldwide from Amazon and their various international websites.