Thursday, 13 December 2012

Season's Greetings from NordAM

Hi there, friends around the globe,

As it is only a few weeks to go till Christmas, we thought we could send you
some warm vibes of well-choosen music through the magic of international
airwaves. As you might remember, NordAM is a little free-radio project,
broadcasting via Radio 700's transmitting station in Kall-Krekel, Germany. 

In last June, we announced to take a break for about a year, so until we
return fully restored next August (yep, we're talking of August 2013 which
seems to be a very long time!) on the radio, we bring you a "light version"
of NordAM, which will be a little bit shorter than usual and consist of less
talk, but more music. We hope you will enjoy it!

Our broadcast will be on the air on December 16th 2012, 2230 UTC on 3955 kHz
and probably also on 1593 kHz. We expect 3955 kHz to be audible in many
parts of Europe and maybe beyond even, while 1593 kHz can currently only be
heard in parts of Germany, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Belgium. 

Furthermore, you can tune in via our Facebook page and at (click
on "Play" on the right hand side and select 3955 kHz).

If you like, you can send us your thoughts and reception reports via email
at nordam @ Probably there will be some QSL cards (in
electronical or regular form) soon. :-) 

We hope you will all enjoy some nice December days!

All the best,

Daniel and Torben (who cannot be part of the broadcast this time actually
but sends his warmest greetings) 

P.S: If you would not like to receive any further mails from us, please drop
us a line and we will delete your address out of our newsletter. 

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