Voice of Korea English A10 schedule

Voice of Korea, the DPRK’s international shortwave broadcasting service, is on the air everyday in several languages. The English language broadcasts appear to be refreshed during the day (local time) for the evening broadcast and then repeated overnight.

The news is similar to the English-language stories from KCNA, but there are some differences. It’s generally a day behind the news being put out on the domestic service in Korean.

The English-language broadcast schedule for summer 2010 (period A10) is:

0100 GMT to North East Asia on 7200, 9345, 9730, 4405*
0100 GMT to Central and South America on 11735, 13760, 15180
0200 GMT to South East Asia on 13650, 15100, 3560*
0300 GMT to North East Asia on 7200, 9345, 9730, 4405*
1000 GMT to Central and South America on 11710, 15180
1000 GMT to South East Asia on 11735, 13650
1300 GMT to North America on 9335, 11710
1300 GMT to western Europe on 13760, 15245, 3560*
1500 GMT to North America on 9335, 11710
1500 GMT to western Europe on 13760, 15245, 3560*
1600 GMT to Middle East and North Africa on 9990, 11545
1800 GMT to western Europe on 13760, 15245, 3560*
1900 GMT to southern Africa on 7210, 11910
1900 GMT to Middle East and northern Africa on 9975, 11535
2100 GMT to western Europe on 13760, 15245, 3560*

All frequencies in kHz. *denotes a feeder frequency, which is typically audible in countries neighboring North Korea.

Schedule source: BCLNews.it

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