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Monday, March 16, 2015

New Irish station CBSFM testing on shortwave

Alan Gale writes on the British DX Club Yahoo group: "CBSFM International from Ireland are currently testing live on 7820 kHz. Presenter said their service will launch on the 17th of March, and they were asking for reception reports on their signal. They will be closing down at 1800 UTC today, I think. Very strong signal here in the nw of England.

Will also stream on Internet as well. More details from their website, and reports can be sent from there: http://cbsfminternational.com/

Station information:
We are testing our mega streams right now, the real 21st century  Irish radio revolution starts here soon. CBS Fm International-The Home Of Smart Stereo Hits-launches from Southwest Ireland on St Patrick's Day, March 17 at 12 noon

CBS FM International is a more music radio station, where talk is kept to a minimum. Broadcasting from Southwest Ireland,

CBS FM's djs come from many different countries, but speak mostly in English, the same language as the music.

We are your Smart Stereo Hits Source, powered up on your smartphone, tablet and computer. CBS FM International has listeners from Chicago  to Calcutta, and from London to Los Angeles, and across Planet Earth!

CBS FM International is leading the way in Broadcasting. We are 21st Century Radio,The Home Of Smart Stereo Hits! and it's lots of fun too!

For More Info Contact Steve Marshall,CEO,CBS FM International."

Info Via UK Dxer http://shortwavedx.blogspot.ie

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