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Easter 2009: Fresh Pacific Wind Competition Win a CD from the Radio Heritage Foundation

Just released in the UK, Australia and New Zealand is the new pirate radio movie ‘The Boat That Rocked’, a comedy about the British pirate radio scene in the early 1960’s. It’s coming your way soon too.

It’s produced by New Zealander Tim Bevan, who was just 8 years old when Radio Hauraki burst onto the Kiwi airwaves in 1966….and to celebrate the movie and it’s Kiwi connection, we’ve got a copy of the
original CD ‘A Fresh Pacific Wind – Radio Hauraki 1966-1970’ as the prize in our Easter 2009 competition!

To enter this new competition simply answer this question:

What was the callsign of the Fiji Broadcasting Company station that began broadcasting in 1935?

You’ll find the answer at www.radioheritage.net/story6.asp/ on the global website of the Radio Heritage Foundation: www.radioheritage.net.

Email your answer to info@radioheritage.net with “Fresh Pacific Wind” in the subject line and to reach us no later than midnight Sunday, April 19 2009.

The competition is open worldwide, the judges decision is final, no correspondence will be entered into and by entering the competition you agree to Radio Heritage Foundation entering your email address onto maiiling list.

(Resource: Radio Heritage Foundation)

Tentang Penulis: Summase Sanjaya

Founder of Media Monitoring Club - Aktif mendengarkan siaran SW dari tahun 1996 hingga 2006. Pernah menjadi Program monitor Radio Jepang NHK World dari tahun 2001-2010, Technical Monitor KBS World Radio, Technical Monitor Radio Taiwan International, dan Technical Monitor Radio Deutsche Welle. Kini sedang menjadi blogger aktif untuk beberapa blog, termasuk blog Media Monitoring Club Ini.
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