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 *** 4 2 5 D X N E W S ***
 **** DX INFORMATION ****
 ===========================
 Edited by I1JQJ & IK1ADH

3W - Tom, KC0W will be active as 3W9CW [425DXN 1379] from Con Son Island
     (AS-130) on 16-28 November. He will operate CW only on 80-6 metres.
     QSL via home call (direct only) and logsearch on Club Log. He does
     not use LoTW.
4O - Ark, UA4CC will be active again as 4O7CC from Montenegro on 23-30
     November, including an entry in the CQ WW DX CW Contest. Before and
     after the contest he will operate CW, SSB and digital modes (FT8
     included) on all bands. QSL via LoTW or home call.
5T - Fawaz, A92AA and Obaid, A61M will be active as 5T1A and 5T1R from
     Nouakchott, Mauritania between 20 November and 20 December. QSLs
     via A92AA. On 1-7 December they will be joined by Ahmed, 5T2AI
     (9K2AI) and be active as 5T5TI (https://5t5ti.blogspot.com/) from
     Tidra Island (AF-050). They will operate SSB and FT8 on 40-10
     meters. QSL via NI5DX (direct only), plus LoTW; logsearch on Club
     Log.
5V - John, N9MDH is active as 5V1JE from Lome, Togo until around the end
     of May 2018. He operates digital modes and some SSB on 80-10m, with
     a focus on 30 and 20 metres. Plans are to upload the log to LoTW.
FY - Hartwig, DL7BC will be active as FY/DL7BC/p from French Guiana from
     26 November to 7 December. He will operate from the QTH of Bruno,
     FY4VA (DH1BL) near Cayenne. QSL via Club Log's OQRS, LoTW or via
     home call (direct or bureau).
VE - The Halifax Explosion was a maritime disaster in Halifax, Nova
     Scotia on 6 December 1917. The blast devastated the Richmond
     district of Halifax, killing 2000 people and injuring more than
     9000. Commemorating those tragic events, the Halifax ARC has been
     issued the special call CK100VDA for the period 2-10 December. All
     QSOs will be confirmed automatically via the bureau and LoTW;
     direct cards should be sent to VA1YL.
VU - Datta, VU2DSI will be active as AU2JCB from 23 November to 11
     December to celebrate the birthdate of Indian physicist and radio
     pioneer Jagadish Chandra Bose. Look for activity on 80, 40, 20, 15
     and 10 metres. QSL via VU2DSI (direct).

"IBC DIGITAL" "IBC DIGITAL"

END END

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The Italian Weekly Bulletin for Serious DXers

 

..:: The 425 DX News Story ::..

425 DX News originates from a group of local amateurs (the so-called '425 DX Gang') who used to meet on 145.425 MHz and exchange DX information.

At a certain point 2 metres did not suit any more: many people living far from call area 1 wanted to participate in the exchange, so that the Gang moved on the HF bands (10 metres at first, then 80 metres) and organized a weekly info net for Italian DXers.

In the early nineties, as Packet Radio got a footing and the Packet Cluster Network links became more and more reliable, a bulletin in writing was born. It was called 425 DX News in memory of the frequency where everything had started from.

Between May 1991 and March 1995 the bulletin was sent in Italian language on the BBS and PCL networks. On entering the Internet era, a website and a mailing list were created, and 425 DX News began being produced in English. In 2005 it became the DX Bulletin of ARI, the IARU member society for Italy.

In June 2010 the mailing list [425eng] moved to Google Groups, and has been administered by Stefano Turci, IK4WMH since then.

425 DX News is also available on other mailing lists such as Yahoo Group's [DX IS], and in other languages (for instance in Russian, translated by Alexander Venderovich, UA9MHN).

Complementary to 425 DX News are the 425 Magazine, initiated by Maurizio Bertolino (I1-21171) and continued by Nicola Baldresca (IZ3EBA), and the popular piece of software developed by Leonardo Lastrucci (IZ5FSA), which allows to query the 425DXN Archive from the PacketCluster and on the Web.

In May 2007 the Editors of 425 DX News were inducted into the CQ DX Hall of Fame, "in recognition of their extraordinary and unselfish contribution to the sport of Amateur Radio DXing".

Mauro Pregliasco, I1JQJ
Valeria Pregliasco, IK1ADH

 

 

 


 

 

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Welcome to program 23 of Shortwave Radiogram.

I'm Kim Andrew Elliott in Arlington, Virginia, USA.

Here is the lineup for today's program, all in MFSK32:

  1:30 Program preview (now)
  2:43 Poorest countries need avenues to electricity*
10:56 Russia may retaliate if Google downgrades RT, Sputnik*
18:16 US Sues to Stop AT&T's Takeover of Time Warner*
25:35 London's Crossrail construction image*
27:45 Closing announcements

* with image


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From Deutsche Welle:

To prosper, poorest countries need avenues to electricity

The world's least developed countries need more reliable power
sources. Just turning the lights on could lift nearly 600 million
people out of the depths of poverty, according to a new UN
report.

Timothy Rooks
22 November 2017

Huge tracts of the world are not connected to the electricity
grid, let alone have high-speed internet access. This lack of
power dampens economic activity and holds back agricultural
growth, not to mention the millions of people it excludes from
the digital revolution.

Even where power is available in developing countries, it is
often not reliable. This unpredictability leads to frequent
blackouts. Companies are forced to use generators, which only add
to their already high cost of doing business.

What is taken for granted in many parts of the world is a luxury
for hundreds of millions. The lack of power impacts hospitals and
leads to higher mortality rates, while the lack of refrigeration
makes storing vaccines a challenge. Sadly, powering up the
world's least developed countries (LDC) is much more complicated
than the mere flipping of a switch.

The world's poorest

Every three years the United Nations reviews its list of least
developed countries. In their latest report, 47 countries make
the list. These countries struggle in three categories: poverty;
economic vulnerability; and weaknesses based on social factors
such as poor health, school enrollment rates and low levels of
adult literacy.

This list was first published in 1971. Since then only a handful
of countries have improved sufficiently to graduate from the list
to become developing countries - Botswana, Cape Verde, Maldives,
Samoa, and this past June, Equatorial Guinea. Of the 47 nations
still on the list, 33 are in Africa and nine are in Asia. Only
one, Haiti, is in the Western Hemisphere.

Powering a continent

When it comes to global development projects, the energy sector
gets very little attention from donor countries or
philanthropists. In 2015, only 1.8 percent of official
development assistance aid directed to the least developed
countries was intended to support the expansion or integration of
power generation, according to the UN report.

This suggests that the UN is a long way from hitting one of its
17 Sustainable Development Goals to "ensure access to affordable,
reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all" by 2030.

And even though electricity production more than quadrupled from
1990-2014 in the least developed countries, its overall impact
was only a factor of 2.5 due to large population growth.

One solution may be the much talked about "leapfrog" model in
which older technologies and business approaches are simply
skipped. In Africa, it only recently became possible to jump over
scarce state-owned telephone landlines and go directly to mobile
phones and access the wider world.

Transformational energy access

But the challenges are huge, since 577 million people in the
least developed countries do not have access to electricity. Yet
many believe the answer could lie in the sun. Experts think it
may be possible to leapfrog over the fossil fuel- or
hydro-powered electricity grid and go directly to off-grid
renewable technologies.

In the beginning, this means building tiny solar panels that
provide "universal access" - which only covers minimal household
needs. The next step is to build small-scale mini-grid systems by
connecting solar panels together. In other words, the bigger, the
better.

This ramping up of off-grid electricity production faces high
capital costs and an uphill technical battle. But since 2010, the
economic burden has shrunk as the price of solar panels has come
down by over 80 percent. Besides being good for the environment,
if these efforts can be scaled up quickly enough, they can lead
to "transformational" access to power and change much more than
individual lives. ...

Full text:
http://www.dw.com/en/to-prosper-poorest-countries-need-avenues-to-electricity/a-41472049

See also:
http://unctad.org/en/pages/newsdetails.aspx?OriginalVersionID=1608



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From Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty:

Russia Threatens Retaliation If Google Downgrades RT, Sputnik
News Sites

22 November 2017

Moscow has threatened to retaliate if Google gives less
prominence in its search results to articles from Russian
state-funded news websites Sputnik and RT, according to the
Russian news agency Interfax.

Interfax quoted Aleksandr Zharov, head of Russia's Roskomnadzor
media regulator, as saying that his agency sent a letter to
Google on November 21 requesting clarification of comments over
the weekend by Eric Schmidt, the chief executive of Google's
parent company Alphabet, in which Schmidt said Google was
"working on...de-ranking" the Russian news websites.

"We will receive an answer and understand what to do next,"
Interfax quoted Zharov as saying. "We hope our opinion will be
heard, and we won't have to resort to" what the agency described
as "possible retaliatory measures."

Schmidt, speaking at the Halifax International Security Forum on
November 18, responded to a question about allegations that
Sputnik spreads "propaganda" in its articles and said Google was
working to give less prominence to "those kinds of websites,"
rather than delisting them.

"It's basically RT and Sputnik. We're well aware and we're trying
to engineer the systems to prevent it," Schmidt said.

The Russian government funds Sputnik and RT, formerly known as
Russia Today. U.S. intelligence agencies have said both of the
websites spread misinformation and published negative stories
about Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton during the 2016 U.S.
presidential election.

"We didn't see this a few years ago," Schmidt said. "We didn't
realize this could be so pervasive," he noted, adding that the
technology industry had been "naive."

"Ten years ago, I thought that everyone would be able to deal
with the Internet because the Internet, as we all knew, was full
of falsehoods as well as truths. But faced with the data, from
what we've seen from Russia in 2016, and with other actors around
the world, we have to act."

Schmidt said Russian disinformation was easy to combat because it
involves "amplification around a message" that is "repetitive,
exploitative, false [or] likely to have been weaponized."

"My own view is that these patterns can be detected, and that
they can be taken down or de-prioritized," he said. "We don’t
want to ban the sites. That's not how we operate.... I am
strongly not in favor of censorship."

Google spokeswoman Andrea Faville said Google's efforts to demote
search results that link to low-quality, false, and deliberately
misleading content began in April. Google is also working to
highlight authoritative content, she said.

Faville said Google analyzes a website's attributes and, based on
that assessment, gives it a higher or lower position in search
results.

RT's editor in chief, Margarita Simonyan, issued a statement
saying that Google’s own internal review system had found that
the news site had broken no rules.

Sputnik on November 21 quoted Roskomnadzor's Zharov as saying he
would monitor "how discriminating this measure will be in its
practical embodiment."

"It is obvious that we will defend our media," Sputnik quoted
Zharov as saying.

RT has previously been penalized by Google. The television
network received guaranteed ad revenue from Google's YouTube
outlet until September, when it was removed as preferred partner.

With reporting by Reuters, Motherboard, and The Guardian

https://www.rferl.org/a/russia-roskomnadzor-zharov-threatens-retaliation-google-downgrades-rt-spunik-news-sites/28868922.html

See also:
https://www.rferl.org/a/russia-media-law-foreign-agents-rferl-voa-cnn-deutsche-welle/28869382.html
https://www.voanews.com/a/us-ambassador-to-russia-attacks-on-us-funded-agencies/4125489.html



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US Sues to Stop AT&T's Takeover of Time Warner

VOA News
20 November 2017

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Justice Department is suing to stop AT&T's
multi-billion dollar bid to take over another communications
giant, Time Warner, calling it illegal and likening it to
extortion.

"The $108 billion acquisition would substantially lessen
competition, resulting in higher prices and less innovation for
millions of Americans," a Justice Department statement said
Monday.

"The combined company would use its control over Time Warner's
valuable and highly popular networks to hinder its rivals by
forcing them to pay hundreds of millions of dollars more per year
for the right to distribute those networks."

CNN, HBO top Time Warner products

Time Warner's products include CNN, HBO, TNT, The Cartoon
Network, and Cinemax - these networks broadcast highly popular
newscasts, movies, comedy and drama series, and sports.

AT&T and its subsidiary DirectTV distribute these programs, as
well as others, thorough cable and satellite.

The Justice Department decries the possibility of AT&T not just
controlling television productions, but also the means of
bringing them into people's homes.

In its lawsuit, it threw AT&T's words right back at the
communications giant, noting that AT&T recognizes that
distributors with control over the shows "have the incentive and
ability to use ... that control as a weapon to hinder
competition."

It also cited a DirectTV statement saying distributors can
withhold programs from their rivals and "use such threats to
demand higher prices and more favorable terms."

Assured transaction would be approved

AT&T's CEO Randall Stephenson told reporters the Justice
Department's lawsuit "stretches the reach of anti-trust law to
the breaking point."

He said the "best legal minds in the country" assured AT&T that
the transaction would be approved and said the government is
discarding decades of legal precedent.

AT&T and Time Warner are not direct competitors, and AT&T says
government regulators have routinely approved such mergers.

President Donald Trump has made no secret of his contempt for one
of Time Warner's crown jewels - CNN, the Cable News Network -
because of his perception of CNN being a liberal biased provider
of "fake news," including direct attacks against his
administration.

Trump vowed during last year's presidential campaign to block the
merger.

Stephenson called the matter "the elephant in the room," saying
he said he "frankly does not know" if the White House disdain for
CNN is at the heart of the Justice Department lawsuit.

But he said a proposal that Time Warner sell-off CNN as part of a
settlement with the Trump Justice Department would be a
"non-starter."

https://www.voanews.com/a/us-sues-att-takeover-time-warner/4127881.html

See also:
https://www.voanews.com/a/fcc-chairman-sets-out-repeal-net-neutrality-rules-/4128735.html




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Image: Crossrail is London's much-anticipated $20-billion
high-speed railway, due to open in December 2018 under the name
of the Elizabeth Line.

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A special all-Olivia-64-2000 transmission of Shortwave Radiogram
will be 26 November (tomorrow or today, depending on when you are
reading this) at 2330-2400 UTC on 11580 kHz from WRMI Florida.

This will be a test of Olivia 64-2000 in the difficult reception
we have been experiencing lately at 2330 UTC.










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        https://www.voanews.com/a/president-trump-goes-radio-silent/4127869.html

VOA NEWS

President Trump Goes Radio Silent

Steve Herman, W7VOA
20 November 2017

WHITE HOUSE - The White House confirms the weekly presidential
radio address — a fixture for decades — is on indefinite hiatus.

"We received quite a few comments and a lot of feedback that the
weekly address wasn't being used to its full potential," White
House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in response to
a VOA question during Monday's daily briefing.

"We're looking at different ways that we can revamp that and make
it where it's more beneficial and gets more information out,"
added Sanders, who declined to elaborate on whether the radio
tradition is fading out permanently.



The last time the White House released a weekly radio recording
made by President Donald Trump was on Oct. 13. During the first
nine months of his administration, he had regularly taped the
messages. ...













Roosevelt's 'fireside chats'

Regular presidential radio addresses began with the "fireside
chats" of President Franklin Roosevelt during the depth of
economic depression in 1933.

Roosevelt had begun using radio to reach the public as governor
of New York state at a time when radio broadcasting was a
technological revolution.

The tradition was revived by President Ronald Reagan in 1982, a
veteran radio announcer and actor, who started the Saturday
audio-only addresses from the White House.

"The soothing and assuring voices of Franklin Roosevelt and
Ronald Reagan were ideally suited to radio," Purdy told VOA.
"John F. Kennedy’s good looks, wit, and charm made him into our
first television president. The reasoned, professorial, and calm
voice of Barack Obama came across well on radio and television."

Although Purdy contends the weekly radio speeches remain a
relevant presidential communication tool, "President Trump will
not highlight its use or be as consistent in using it since he
has other methods more in sync with his personality."

Little interest from radio stations

VOA contacted numerous information-oriented radio stations across
the country, in large and small markets, but was unable to find
any still
airing the Saturday brief presidential speeches.

"We haven't received any reaction about the missing addresses.
Not by phone or email. That is in some contrast to feedback from
listeners in prior years who feared we might not choose to carry
the new president's remarks, especially when there was a change
in parties," said Steve Butler, the longtime program director at
KYW in Philadelphia.

KYW has been on the air since the era of Roosevelt's fireside
chats and "we have always carried the addresses in the modern
era, since President Reagan started them," Butler tells VOA.

"We thought about [airing] it in the past," said Todd Brunner,
operations manager for KCLI-FM and four other Wright Broadcasting
System radio stations in southwestern Oklahoma. But because the
presidential remarks were of no fixed length and due to
contractual obligations for syndicated program they proved too
much of a challenge to insert into the lineup, according to
Brunner.

Since Reagan, all presidents have regularly done the weekly radio
broadcasts, although George H.W. Bush recorded only 18 in the
two-year period between November 1990 and November 1992.

Historian Doug Wead, who worked on Bush's senior staff said, "I
remember thinking that they were pretty expensive in terms of
invested time and effort, while there was great risk if the
president said the wrong thing." ...

















Wead says Reagan used the weekly radio tapings effectively
"partly because it was a way to speak directly to the American
people, without the filter of commentary that bracketed his
television appearances. But I suspect that part of it was his
nostalgic memories of Roosevelt and his famous fireside chats."

But with the advent of the internet and more sophisticated
messaging strategies, "I'm surprised they lasted as long as they
did," said Wead.
 

VOA NEWS

President Trump Goes Radio Silent

Steve Herman, W7VOA
20 November 2017

WHITE HOUSE - The White House confirms the weekly presidential
radio address — a fixture for decades — is on indefinite hiatus.

"We received quite a few comments and a lot of feedback that the

weekly address wasn’t being used to its full potential," White

House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in response to

a VOA question during Monday’s daily briefing.

"We're looking at different ways that we can revamp that and make

it where it’s more beneficial and gets more information out,"

added Sanders, who declined to elaborate on whether the radio

tradition is fading out permanently.

Trump's last recording

The last time the White House released a weekly radio recording

made by President Donald Trump was on Oct. 13. During the first

nine months of his administration, he had regularly taped the

messages.

Sanders is not the only one raising issue with the relevancy of

the broadcasts and whether they have much appeal for the current

president, who frequently prefers an unscripted format as well as

Twitter, his favorite social media platform.

"In our increasingly fast-paced news cycle in which a president

can make and shape news with a few flicks of his fingers via

Twitter, you can argue that the president’s weekly radio

address is less relevant and timely," according to presidential

historian Mike Purdy. "A scripted weekly radio address doesn’t

allow him to get his message out as he’d like."

Roosevelt's 'fireside chats'

Regular presidential radio addresses began with the "fireside

chats" of President Franklin Roosevelt during the depth of

economic depression in 1933.

Roosevelt had begun using radio to reach the public as governor

of New York state at a time when radio broadcasting was a

technological revolution.

The tradition was revived by President Ronald Reagan in 1982, a

veteran radio announcer and actor, who started the Saturday

audio-only addresses from the White House.

"The soothing and assuring voices of Franklin Roosevelt and

Ronald Reagan were ideally suited to radio," Purdy told VOA.

"John F. Kennedy’s good looks, wit, and charm made him into our

first television president. The reasoned, professorial, and calm

voice of Barack Obama came across well on radio and television."

Although Purdy contends the weekly radio speeches remain a

relevant presidential communication tool, "President Trump will

not highlight its use or be as consistent in using it since he

has other methods more in sync with his personality."

Little interest from radio stations

VOA contacted numerous information-oriented radio stations across

the country, in large and small markets, but found few

still airing the Saturday brief presidential speeches.

"We haven't received any reaction about the missing addresses.

Not by phone or email. That is in some contrast to feedback from

listeners in prior years who feared we might not choose to carry

the new president's remarks, especially when there was a change

in parties," said Steve Butler, the longtime program director at

KYW in Philadelphia.

KYW has been on the air since the era of Roosevelt's fireside

chats and "we have always carried the addresses in the modern

era, since President Reagan started them," Butler tells VOA.

"We thought about [airing] it in the past," said Todd Brunner,

operations manager for KCLI-FM and four other Wright Broadcasting

System radio stations in southwestern Oklahoma. But because the

presidential remarks were of no fixed length and due to

contractual obligations for syndicated program they proved too

much of a challenge to insert into the lineup, according to

Brunner.

Since Reagan, all presidents have regularly done the weekly radio

broadcasts, although George H.W. Bush recorded only 18 in the

two-year period between November 1990 and November 1992.

Historian Doug Wead, who worked on Bush's senior staff said, "I

remember thinking that they were pretty expensive in terms of

invested time and effort, while there was great risk if the

president said the wrong thing."

Reagan's red scare

It was a controversial unscripted warm-up quip from Reagan which

ironically gave the weekly radio broadcasts their most memorable

moment.

During an Aug. 11, 1984 sound check, meant only for an audience

of audio technicians, the president — during a time of

heightened Cold War tensions — said: "My fellow Americans,

I’m pleased to tell you today that I’ve signed legislation

that will outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in five

minutes."

The Soviet Union was not amused and reportedly issued a war

alert, for a brief period of time, to a portion of its military.

Wead says Reagan used the weekly radio tapings effectively

"partly because it was a way to speak directly to the American

people, without the filter of commentary that bracketed his

television appearances. But I suspect that part of it was his

nostalgic memories of Roosevelt and his famous fireside chats."

But with the advent of the internet and more sophisticated

messaging strategies, "I’m surprised they lasted as long as they

did," said Wead.
 





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