IBC Radio Network Announces Discussions with International Shortwave Station.Business Editors
SANTA MARIA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 19, 2003
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IBCS IBM Business Consulting Service ) announced today that it is in talks with Miami-based International shortwave short·wave
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2. Capable of receiving or transmitting at wavelengths of approximately 10 to 200 meters: a shortwave radio. station WRMI. The discussion involves several different topic areas and IBCS will keep the shareholders informed of the specifics as they evolve. Earlier this year, IBC IBC International Building Code
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IBC International Broadcasting Convention Radio Network and its strategic partner, Lou Gentile's Paranormal Radio Network (LGPRN), began broadcasting limited programming on WRMI.
Recent Network Studio Upgrades
IBC Radio Network, a division of International Broadcasting Corporation, based in Santa Maria, CA, recently upgraded its technical broadcasting infrastructure. In a complete technical infrastructure merger with Lou Gentile's Paranormal Radio Network (LGPRN), IBC Radio Network now offers several independent FM radio-quality stereo Internet radio feeds customizable to the listener's Internet connection. These upgrades provide the necessary technical foundation for expanded distribution to AM and FM stations and satellite. IBC Radio Network is also proud to announce that it has expanded its studios and production facilities to two locations, one in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and another on Vancouver Island, Canada. The Canadian studio is the first step in establishing an International presence.
Since 1994, Radio Miami International has operated FCC-licensed shortwave station WRMI -- a commercial international radio station which transmits to listeners throughout the Americas -- from Alaska to Tierra del Fuego Tierra del Fuego (tyĕ`rä dĕl fwā`gō), [Span.=land of fire], archipelago, 28,476 sq mi (73,753 sq km), off S South America, separated from the mainland by the Strait of Magellan. -- in English, Spanish and other languages. The WRMI staff has decades of experience in shortwave broadcasting. Jeff White is General Manager of WRMI. He began listening to shortwave radio as a teenager in 1972, and became a shortwave broadcaster in 1977. He has a journalism degree from Northern Illinois University , where he served as News Manager for the public radio station there for several years. Jeff has worked as a freelance journalist and/or audience researcher for a variety of international radio stations, including the BBC, Voice of America Voice of America, broadcasting service of the United States Information Agency, est. 1942. Originally set up as a means of fighting the cold war, the Voice of America produces and broadcasts radio programs in English and foreign languages to other countries in order , Radio Canada International Radio Canada International (RCI) is the international broadcasting service of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). History
The early years (1942–1953) , Deutsche Welle, Radio Netherlands, Swiss Radio International, National Public Radio and many others. He co-founded shortwave stations Radio Earth and Radio Discovery, as well as WRMI (of which he is a co-owner). Mr. White currently serves as President of the National Association of Shortwave Broadcasters (NASB NASB New American Standard Bible
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