http://www.rhci-online.net/radiogram/radiogram.htm


  https://github.com/GyanD/codexffmpeg/releases/tag/2023-03-05-git-912ac82a3c

set MyFiles=*.flac *.fla *.wav *.aif *.mp4 *.mp3 *.mp2 *.aac *.ogg *.m4a
for %%a in (%MyFiles%) do ffmpeg -i "%%a" -y -lavfi showspectrumpic=s=1920x1080:color=fiery:gain=.7:fscale=lin:orientation=0:saturation=1:mode=combined:legend=enabled:start=0:stop=8000 "%%~na.jpg"

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to program 358 of Shortwave Radiogram.

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

Here is the lineup for today's program, in MFSK modes as noted:

  1:46 MFSK32: Program preview (now)
  2:52 MFSK32: More phony than real US newspaper sites
  7:38 MFSK64: Low-income New Yorkers rely on cell for internet
11:33 MFSK64: This week's images
27:54 MFSK32: Closing announcements


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From AFP via Phys.org

Phony 'news' portals surpass US newspaper sites, researchers say

June 12, 2024

Partisan websites masquerading as media outlets now outnumber
American newspaper sites, a research group that tracks
misinformation said Tuesday, highlighting a local news crisis in
a year of high-stakes elections.

Hundreds of sites mimicking news outlets—many of them powered by
artificial intelligence—have cropped up in recent months, fueling
an explosion of polarizing or false narratives that are stoking
alarm as the race for the White House intensifies.

At least 1,265 "pink slime" outlets—politically motivated
websites that present themselves as independent local news
outlets—have been identified, the US-based research group
NewsGuard said in a report.

By comparison, 1,213 websites of local newspapers were operating
in the United States last year, according to Northwestern
University's "local news initiative" project.

"The odds are now better than 50-50 that if you see a news
website purporting to cover local news, it's fake," the NewsGuard
report said.

Nearly half of the partisan sites were targeted at swing states,
according to an analysis by the news site Axios, in what appears
to be an effort to sway political beliefs ahead of the November
election expected to be between President Joe Biden and Donald
Trump.

Those sites include a network of 167 Russian disinformation sites
that NewsGuard said were linked to John Mark Dougan, a US former
law enforcement officer who fled to Moscow.

The other sites are backed by conservative as well as influential
left-leaning groups such as Metric Media, Courier Newsroom and
States Newsroom, the report said.

The rise of pink slime comes amid a rapid decline of local
newspapers, many of which have either shut down or suffered
extensive layoffs due to economic headwinds.

A study by Northwestern University last year identified 204
counties out of some 3,000 in the United States as "news
deserts," having "no newspapers, local digital sites, public
radio newsrooms or ethnic publications."

Newspapers are continuing to vanish at an average rate of more
than two per week, the study said.

It added that the United States has lost almost two-thirds of its
newspaper journalists since 2005.

"With traditional newspapers disappearing... pink slime sites are
rushing in to fill the void," NewsGuard's report said.

"Consequently, millions of Americans are left without legitimate
local coverage."

Propaganda-spewing partisan websites have typically relied on
armies of writers, but generative artificial intelligence tools
now offer a significantly cheaper and faster way to fabricate
content that is often hard to decipher from authentic
information.

These websites underscore the potential of AI-powered
tools—chatbots, photo generators and voice cloners—to turbocharge
misinformation while further eroding trust in traditional media,
researchers say.

https://phys.org/news/2024-06-phony-news-portals-surpass-newspaper.html


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From TechXplore:

Many low-income New Yorkers rely on costly cell plans for
internet access

by Julie Greco, Cornell University
June 6, 2024

The number of New York households with high-speed internet access
rose from 725,000 to 1.3 million between 2017 and 2022, but much
of that increase comes exclusively from cellular plans, which
could mean that as many as 1.5 million households remain
"underconnected," new Cornell research shows.

Russell Weaver, director of research at the Cornell ILR Buffalo
Co-Lab, recently integrated new data into the New York State
Digital Equity Portal, which he created in December 2021 in
collaboration with the New York State Library, Community Tech New
York and other partners.

"Conditions are improving, but we still have work to do to move
toward digital equity," Weaver said. "So many more households
have broadband connections at home compared to a half-decade ago,
but focusing just on the number of connections—and not connection
types—can be misleading."

Weaver said nearly 810,000 households in New York state have
broadband access solely through mobile phones and cellular data
plans. This is a problem because numerous websites and online
activities are still not mobile-friendly, including many news
websites where advertisements dominate screen space and make it
difficult to view informative content quickly. As a result,
mobile-only users can't always participate in digital spaces as
fully as users who can tap into high-speed internet from a
variety of devices.

The portal also shows that roughly 21% of New York households do
not have a desktop or laptop computer, compared with just 14% of
households lacking a smartphone.

In a fact sheet released by the Cornell ILR Buffalo Co-Lab to
accompany the 2024 Digital Equity Portal updates, Weaver notes
that this result marks a technological shift. Desktop and laptop
computers were the most common computing devices in New Yorkers'
homes throughout the 2000s and 2010s, but smartphones have taken
over the top spot in the 2020s.

The data shows that the most significant barrier to digital
equity is the ability to pay for a home-based broadband internet
subscription. Almost 30% of households with annual incomes below
$35,000—roughly 500,000 households in all—do not have broadband
internet at home, while the rate for those who make over $75,000
is below 5%. Based on fine-resolution pricing data, the minimum
typical price in New York for a broadband package with a speed of
at least 25 megabytes per second is $49.95.

Ethnicity also plays a factor, as households headed by Black New
Yorkers are the least likely to have broadband internet
subscriptions, followed by households headed by Latino people.
White households (90.7%) subscribe to broadband internet at
roughly the statewide average rate (90.5%), while Asian-headed
households are the most likely group to have a broadband package
at home (94.0%).

According to Weaver, more troubling than the differences in
subscription rates by ethnicity is that Black and Latino-headed
households are now further below the statewide average than they
were in 2021. These uneven gains in at-home broadband
subscriptions suggest that advancing digital equity in New York
state will require new digital inclusion activities intentionally
designed to ensure that affordable, accessible broadband is
universally available to all households.

Finally, the updated data shows that the lack of broadband
internet at home affects both rural and urban households. The two
locations where households are least likely to have broadband
subscriptions at home—Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties in the
southwest section of the state—are rural. However, the densely
populated Brooklyn Public Library System service area in New York
City has the third-highest share of unconnected households in the
state.

To increase equity, Weaver suggests the state design and fund
programs that make it easier for households to acquire
internet-enabled devices that meet their computing needs, as well
as programs that deliver broadband subscriptions to households at
no or almost no cost.

"We are making progress, but we're still well short of achieving
universal access for all New Yorkers," Weaver said. "During the
pandemic, so much of everyday life was migrated into virtual
spaces that it became apparent to almost everyone that high-speed
internet is no longer a luxury; it's a necessary utility to which
everyone should have access.

"We at the Buffalo Co-Lab hope that the updated Digital Equity
Portal can start to inform new policies, programs and campaigns
that seek to get us to that point of universal connectivity."

Provided by Cornell University

https://techxplore.com/news/2024-06-income-yorkers-cell-internet-access.html
 


 



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This week's images ...


Dragon-boat teams compete in Zixing city, in China's Hunan
province, June 8. https://tinyurl.com/2cl3876v ...

Sending Pic:196x177C;








A rose-ringed parakeet in a tree in Ankara, Turkey, May 28.
https://tinyurl.com/23b9bmfh ...

Sending Pic:199x145C;









Neon sign of Cafe Texas, "the oldest café in Texas," now also a
museum, in Huntsville. https://tinyurl.com/2bs9vzl2 ...

Sending Pic:209x126C;







Pond Iris season at Kohler Andrae State Park, along Lake Michigan
in Wisconsin. https://tinyurl.com/24nc4hxs ...

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A jewelweed flower (with guideline spots for pollinators) at the
Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chaska.
https://tinyurl.com/26fb4aes ...

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The laburnum arch at Balmoral Castle, Scotland.
https://tinyurl.com/2c22wuzo ...

Sending Pic:201x126C;









Kayaking at Lake Hope State Park in Ohio.
https://tinyurl.com/2y66gmhk ...

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Detail of a poster for California's newest state park.
https://tinyurl.com/2d2wfda3 ...

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Our painting of the week is "Paisaje de Chatou" (1904) by André
Derain. https://tinyurl.com/2agblpv6 ...

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Shortwave Radiogram returns to MFSK32 ...



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This is Shortwave Radiogram in MFSK32 ...


Shortwave Radiogram is transmitted by:

WRMI, Radio Miami International, wrmi.net

and

WINB Shortwave, winb.com


Please send reception reports to radiogram@verizon.net

And visit http://swradiogram.net

Twitter: @SWRadiogram or twitter.com/swradiogram

I'm Kim Elliott. Please join us for the next Shortwave
Radiogram.
 

 

 

     https://mra.jadquir.com/

     SWRG#358 closing song:

     https://www.shazam.com/song/268219908/mon-amie-la-rose

     https://www.theguardian.com/music/2024/jun/12/francoise-hardy-obituary

     https://youtu.be/jA0KjTtsVCc

    

   

 

 


http://www.rhci-online.net/radiogram/radiogram.htm

 

 QTH:

 D-06193 Petersberg (Germany/Germania)

 Ant.:

 Dipol for 40m-Band    &   Boomerang Antenna 11m-Band

 RX   for  RF:

 FRG-100B + IF-mixer  &    ICOM IC-R75 + IF-mixer

 Software IF:

 con STUDIO1  -  Software italiano per SDR on Windows 11      [S-AM-USB/LSB]   +      HDSDR 2.81 beta6   - for scheduled IF-recording

 Software AF:

 Fldigi-4.1.26        +   flmsg-4.0.20                            images-fldigifiles on homedrive.lnk

 OS:

 Mirosoft Windows 11 Home

 German W7 32bit + 64bit

 PC: 

 ASUS S501MD (since 2023) [i7-12700 12th Gen. 12 x 2100 MHz]

 MSI-CR70-2MP345W7  (since 2014)   [i5 -P3560 ( 2 x 2600 MHz) ]

 

http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Decoding_the_SW_Radiogram_Broadcasts

https://www.qsl.net/ve7vv/Files/Digital%20Modes.pdf


ch292:      http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-12.html

WRMI:       http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-12W.html

WRMI:       http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-JARS4.html

ch292:      http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-13.html

            http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-13-fixed.html

WRMI:       http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-13W.html

ch292:      http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-14.html

WRMI:       http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-14W.html

ch292:      http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-15.html

WRMI        http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-15W_Xmas.html

WRMI        http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-15W.html

ch292:      http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-16.html

WRMI:       http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-16W.html

WRMI:       http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-17W.html

WRMI:       http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-18W.html

ch292:      http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-19.html

WRMI:       http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-19W.html

Woofferton: http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RCAR-125kW_2023.html

Woofferton: http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RNEI48w.html

 

ch292:      http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RNEI48-ch292.html

WRMI:       http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RNEI48.html

            http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RNEI49-JP.html

WRMI:       http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RNEI50.html

 

WRMI        http://www.rhci-online.net/html/DWJ-SSTEdition.html

WRMI        http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RNEI-RRR02.html

WRMI        http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RNEI-RRR03.html

WRMI        http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RNEI-RRR04.html

WRMI        http://www.rhci-online.net/html/RNEI-RRR05.html

            https://dazdsp.org/live/    https://dazdsp.org/rnei/

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

RSID: <<2024-06-14T11:30Z MFSK-64 @ 15770000+1500>>

 

 

Harry Nilsson III was born on June 15, 1941.

He died in 1994.


Sending Pic:194x240;


https://www.harrynilsson.com/

Please report your decode to themightykbc@gmail.com.
 

 

 


 

 


https://dazdsp.org/rnei/

https://www.dropbox.com/scl/fi/k1uofguf0q7cehouwz0mr/2024-06-13_RNEI50v2-NP_SlideVideo.mp4?rlkey=mns3e229xg6dsw0dexyyxj20s&dl=0


 


 

Here is a timeline of "data transmission via BC shortwave":

2013-03-16 - 2017-06-17   VoA Radiogram  000-220  USA (Continuation under private management as SWRG)
2013-08-31 - until now    KBC Radiogram           NL  (without count, earliest note in my chronicle)
2016-03-23 - 2017-01-14   DIGI DX         01- 44  UK  (Among other things also *.mid transferred)
2016-06-17 - 2019-01-01   IBC DIGITAL    001-134  I   (my own count)
2017-06-25 - until now    SWRG           001-3
58  USA (and further ongoing)
2017-11-?? - 2018-12-23   BSR Radiogram   01- 44  USA (Broad Spectrum Radio)
2018-07-25 - 2019-04-06   SSR Radiogram   01- 33  NL  (Slow Scan Radio)
2019-02-21 - 2023-08-03   TIAMS          001-222  CAN (This Is A Music Show)
2020-02-15 - until now    RNEI            01- 50  UK  (and further ongoing)
2020-03-07 - 2023-08-06   TIAEMS 03/2020-07/2023  CAN (This Is An Express Music Show)
2021-11-28 - until now    Pop Shop Radio          CAN (first find of a playlist in a spectrogram scan)
2023-04-16 - until now    Radio Carpathia         ROM (first find of a playlist in edition #8)

   
Projects with digital playlists or content:

 

 

Active SHOWS:

 

SWRG - Shortwave Radiogram - Virginia, USA         KD9XB        M.Hirst-SWRG

https://swradiogram.net/

https://twitter.com/SWRadiogram

 

 

KBC Radiogram - Virginia ==> Florida, USA          KD9XB ==> WD4AH

https://www.kbcradio.eu/

https://www.facebook.com/TheMightyKbc/             KG4LAC-KBC

DX Headlines  https://twitter.com/PA0ETE   http://pa0ete.nl/

              https://wokka.be/@PA0ETE     https://mastodon.social/@PeterJohn

              https://www.facebook.com/lordpeterjohn.ofsealand

 

Radio Northern Europe International - County Hamshire, UK

https://rnei.org/listen/

https://twitter.com/RNEI_Official

 

 

Radio Carpathia - Transylvania, Romania            YO5LKA

https://radiocarpathia.org/

https://www.facebook.com/RadioCarpathia

 

Pop Shop Radio - British Columbia, Canada          Tony Pavick

http://www.popshopradio.ca/Where_To_Hear_Us.html

https://twitter.com/PopShopRadio1

 

Radio Catface International - San Jose, California, USA

http://meowr.net/schedule.html      https://linktr.ee/bobcatface

https://twitter.com/BobCatface           https://www.mixcloud.com/BobCatface/

https://bsky.app/profile/bobcatface.bsky.social

CatfaceMcRadio   CatfaceMcVideo

 

DK Radio - Mr.DoubleK  - Transylvania, Romania [via RNEI]

https://twitter.com/MrDoubleK_

 

Data with Jeff - Tennessee, USA  [via Radio Carpathia]  KG4ZIE

https://twitter.com/j3ffb33r

 

Cult of Show

https://www.cultof.show/

https://twitter.com/cultofshow

https://www.facebook.com/redvers

 

 

Ended SHOWS:

 

VOA Radiogram - Virginia, USA      ===> SWRG    KD9XB      M.Hirst-VOA

https://voaradiogram.net/

https://twitter.com/VOARadiogram

 

 

STF Radiogram - Toronto, Canada

https://stfradio.com/

https://twitter.com/RadioSTF

 

 

BSR Radiogram - Oklahoma, USA                   KG5JST

https://web.archive.org/web/20210615090238/http://www.broadspectrumradio.com/

https://www.facebook.com/BroadSpectrumRadio/

 

 

DIGI DX - Lancashire, UK

https://web.archive.org/web/20171013193405/http://www.digidx.uk/

https://www.facebook.com/digidx/

https://twitter.com/Digi_Dx

https://www.appbrain.com/dev/Stephen+Cooper/

 

Emergency Radio

http://www.emergency-radio.net/                 PA0ETE

 

SSR Radiogram - Amersfoort, Netherlands         PA0ETE

http://www.slowscanradio.com/

https://twitter.com/SlowScanRadio

https://mastodon.social/@PA0ETE@wokka.be

 

 

IBC Radiogram (IBC Digital|RADIOPASSIONI|425DXNEWS) - ITALY   IBC-WIKI

https://ibcradio.webs.com/

https://www.facebook.com/ITALIANBROADCASTINGCORPORATION/

https://www.facebook.com/MASETTISAVERIO

 

 

TIAMS / TIAEMS - Radiogram - Toronto, Canada

https://thisisamusicshow.com/

https://twitter.com/ThisIsAMusicSho/

https://mastodon.hams.social/@TIAMS

 

 


Music on Shortwave

https://app.box.com/s/kbdxb4c5lwpju0kpoi27aiwc35br2g2a

 

HFZone WRMI-B23 Human Readable SKedGrid ++

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1wO3gMdUNvdGEBtUur9zdWulB--apVJsTt2GvUR1fRC0/edit#gid=1488486898

 

HFZone WRMI-A24 Human Readable SKedGrid ++

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1rd3rFD3KVXZoS9uHKWcetJl88l1DZ87B0ViBd8B9lfc/edit#gid=1488486898