4 edition of Hanminjok ŭi Kando kanggye found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
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[ ] While it is unknown whether this was an intentional effort to interfere with Poacher's propagation or an accident, it is not unknown for Voice of Korea to unintentionally jam its own signal by transmitting programmes in different languages simultaneously on the same frequency. Operated by the occupying Japanese forces, JBBK broadcast a first and second program as part of Japan's radio network that covered the from. Subjects 000 01274aam a2200361 a 4500 001 2124510 005 20180905030842.
It instead starts broadcasting the interval signal the first few notes of the "" on the hour. This practice ended with the 2000. from the original on October 23, 2014. Stanford is a depository library for California state, federal, UN, and EU government documents, and has extensive holdings of documents from foreign national and local IGOs and NGOs. In 2002, the station was renamed Voice of Korea.
[ ] A typical program line-up begins with the interval signal, followed by the station announcement "This is Voice of Korea". from the original on October 25, 2014. In 2012 they occurred when the country was facing one of its worst electricity shortages in years. [ ] The station was founded in October 1945 as Radio Pyongyang, and officially inaugurated programming on the 14th, with a live broadcast of the victory speech of when he returned to at the end of.
After the announcement, the"Song of General Kim Il-sung" and "" are played. In 2006, Voice of Korea started broadcasting on 11545 kHz, the same frequency as the former.
Hanminjok ŭi Kando kanggye news is followed by music and an excerpt from Kim Il-sung's memoirs. The interruptions have not been explained by Voice of Korea, but they are thought to be due to engineering works at the transmitter sites, faulty equipment or because of power outages.
If there are any items about Kim Il-sung, Kim Jong-il or Kim Jong-un, these are the top bulletins. In Hanminjok ŭi Kando kanggye weekly broadcasting time fell to 534 hours per week, 529 in 1994, and 364 in 1996. The 57-minute broadcast concludes with frequency information and a sign-off message. Starts Ends Frequencies kHz Target area 04:00 04:57 11735, 13760, 15180 Central and South America 10:00 10:57 11710, 15180 Central and South America 13:00 13:57 13760, 15245 Europe 15:00 15:57 13760, 15245 Europe 18:00 18:57 13760, 15245 Europe 21:00 21:57 13760, 15245 Europe 16:00 16:57 9890, 11645 Middle East and Northern Africa 19:00 19:57 9875, 11635 Middle East and Northern Africa 13:00 13:57 9435, 11710 North America 15:00 15:57 9435, 11710 North America 04:00 04:57 7220, 9445, 9730 Northeast Asia 06:00 06:57 7220, 9445, 9730 Northeast Asia 19:00 19:57 7210, 11910 Southern Africa 05:00 05:57 13650, 15105 Southeast Asia 10:00 10:57 11735, 13650 Southeast Asia French [ ] All French broadcasts are transmitted from Kujang.
[ ] Recently, it has increased the share of satellite broadcasting. A transmitter site in also five 200 kW is used as well.
[ ] The news items are typically one day behind the news of the domestic service.
Stanford is a depository library for California state, federal, UN, and EU government documents, and has extensive holdings of documents from foreign national and local IGOs and NGOs.
Voice of Korea broadcasts on the satellite along with KCBS and.