BBC Switches Off Short-Wave in North America

Saturday, June 23, 2001

BBC World Service is ditching its low-fidelity short-wave broadcasts to North America. Instead, the Beeb is turning to the Internet and FM rebroadcasts to reach its audience in the New World. On the Media’s David Goran reports on the fading signals of short-wave radio.

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