the Red Radio VOR Shortwaved down !

the Red Radio VOR Shortwaved down !

Voice of Russia
Voice of Russia stopped
Voice of Russia stopped

The Red Radio  the Voice of Russia has decided to stop broadcasting on shortwave entirely. This morning, Alokesh Gupta shared the following message from Elena Osipova at the Voice of Russia World Service Letters Department: “This is just a short message to thank you for your letter and let you know that the Voice of Russia is closing shortwave broadcasts as of April 1st. Our programs will be available online at http://voiceofrussia.com/play/ we hope you will stay with the Voice of Russia and hope to hear from you soon again.”

According to Elena Osipova, Letters Department World Service, Voice of Russia who confirmed the information about the upcoming cancellation of the Voice of Russia’s short- and medium wave transmissions as of April 1, 2014. According to other sources, Although the VOR hasn’t targeted North America in years, they still had one of the most reliable configurations for their digital (DRM) broadcasts to Europe.

Earlier the Mojahid Mirza one of the seasoned voice of VOR  had also shared this news on social media stating ” the VOR will be listened through internet only” and the radio lovers had liked it hence sadly as the Face book media has no opportunity to express sadness or disliking around.

The sources also stated that the Russian government’s international radio broadcasting service Golos Rossii (Voice of Russia) has shut down its shortwave broadcasts “due to funding cuts,”

And now its the story that once upon a time The Voice of Russia, was  established in 1929, combating the ideological front in the world to support the voice less…

 

 

 

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