This is the 75th Anniversary edition of World Radio TV Handbook and this great directory continues to offer the most comprehensive guide to broadcasting on the planet. With the help of our international network of contributors we again provide the most up-to-date information on mediumwave, shortwave and FM broadcasts and broadcasters available in any publication
WRTH 2021 will have Articles on topics of interest to professionals, listeners and dxers alike including ones on the Development of HF Transmitters, the history of Radio in Bhutan, Coastwatchers and the AWB 3BZ in the Pacific, and Scandinavian Weekend Radio as well as other articles and regular items.
Reviews of the latest receivers and equipment including the AOR AR5700D, Icom IC-7610, KiwiSDR, Bonito MegaDipol, Tecsun PL-990, and the SDRPlay RSPdx. Maps fully updated showing global SW transmitter sites.
Features – Colour pages giving articles, radio reviews, propagation predictions, and colour maps.
National Radio – The world’s national radio services, and the broadcasters, listed by country.
International Radio – Full broadcaster details and the winter SW frequencies as supplied by the broadcasters together with an expanded Clandestine section.
Frequency Lists – MW frequency lists by region; international and domestic SW broadcasts by frequency; international broadcasts in English, French, German, Portuguese and Spanish by UTC; DRM broadcasts .
Television – Details of terrestrial broadcasters arranged alphabetically by country
Reference – International and Domestic SW Transmitter sites, Standard Time and Freq
Format: 229 x 146 mm
Extent: 672 pages (including 64 pages in full colour)
Paper: 60gsm cartridge for run of book; 100 GSM glossy art for colour section
Pub date: 7 December 2020
Pre-order copies on WRTH website (www.wrth.com) from the end of November.
Thanks Nicholas Hardyman, Publisher, World Radio TV Handbook, for sharing this update with Indian DX Club International